#12 #Rohingyas #ganged #4 #innocent #Zomis #MALAYSIA #BURMA #MYANMAR

12 Rohingyas ganged 4 innocent Zomis
**Recently,four innocent Zomis were ganged seriously while they were sleeping in Malaysia/ Iphod/ Kualalampur by a tweve gang of “Rohingya” BENGALI  on 12-JAN 15. The Rohingya Robbers left them as dead and took everythings the Zomis have, phone and money etc. After the gangs left that dreadful place, the neighbors calle Malaysian police and the victims were hospitalized directly.Fortunately, the Zomis are not at high risk of life security. cr. Cin Lian Khai
Cin Lian Khai





#THAILAND #smuggling of #migrant #workers #Gen Prayuth

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) will move urgently to suppress influential groups engaging in smuggling of migrant workers and the demanding of payment from them in exchange for working in Thailand, said army chief and NCPO leader Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha.


Gen Prayuth said during his pre-recorded weekly address telecast late on Friday that intelligence reports which he had obtained showed that influential groups demanded about Bt20,000 from each migrant worker originating from Thailand’s neighbouring countries.

After entering Thailand, each worker was have to pay between Bt8,000 to 10,000 to the influential groups, he said, adding that migrant workers woulf have to pay a fee in accordance to the law if they wished to register themselves and have legal worker status.

Those migrant workers who have not registered are all considered illegal and will not be entitled to receive welfare if they are taken advantages of by their employers, he said.

Violations of human rights have tarnished Thailand’s image in the eyes of the international community, and the problem has affected business entrepreneurs having prevailed in Thailand for a number of years in the past, Gen Prayuth stressed.

It is necessary for NCPO to step in and “lay out regulations” in order to ensure that migrant workers receive proper welfare and also to “prevent influential groups or employers from taking advantages of workers,” said Gen Prayuth.

This will help prevent abuses of human rights or using of child labour, he said.

Smuggling of migrant workers into Thailand has prevented the state from controlling problems including crimes, diseases, human trafficking and child labour, he said.

Several Thai governments in the past had made efforts in solving the problem, but the “situation had not improved.”

Gen Prayuth’s comments were made only hours before the United States issued its annual Trafficking in Persons report in which Washington downgraded Thailand to “Tier 3” after naming it on the Tier 2 warning list, and recommended the government take action.

“Thailand is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labour and sex trafficking,” said the report regarding Thailand.

Also, more than 100,000 migrant workers, mostly from Cambodia and Vietnam, have decided to return to their home countries following rumours that the NCPO would take legal action against them. NCPO has denied these rumours. (MCOT

MYANAMR-BURMA: More Bengalis from Bangladesh enter Myanmar illegally

Local ethnic people in Myanmar’s Rakhine State said more Bengalis from neighbouring Bangladesh entered Myanmar illegally due to the news about 2014 National Census in the country.

The issue was discussed at Rakhine State Development Forum held on September 29 in Yangon, also attended by Parliamentary Speaker Thura Shwe Mann.

They talked about weak security affairs in the state though the country has border fence with Bangladesh and said the number of Bengalis entering the state illegally by using boats via rivers and creeks in the state is still higher.

“Though a previous official special operation “Ngagarmin” had driven out all illegal Bengalis, they came in now like water leaking into as they heard about the census,” said Bo Min Phyu, a Rakhine advocate.

The Rakhine people say they support 1982 Citizenship Law absolutely and said it’s against the law that they [Bengalis] say they are Myanmar’s ethnic nationals.

“The Constitution is the core of all laws existing. White card is not included in the Constitution. It’s also not included in the 1982 Citizenship Law. So insisting on the white card is not lawful,” Bo Min Phyu added.

The Rakhine ethnics also urged the government to do the national census in 2014 according to 1982 Citizenship Law.


Bangladesh parliamentary :Birth control for Rohingyas-ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္ရန္ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ရွိ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းမ်ားတြင္ ရိကၡာ ျဖတ္ေတာက္မည္

A parliamentary panel has recommended special birth control measures for Rohingya refugee families in Bangladesh who want bigger family members to secure more rations.
myanmar burma Bengali, so called "rohingya" population growing
myanmar burma Bengali, so called “rohingya” population growing


Children born in these families in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camps get full rations after birth.

The standing committee on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has recommended stopping rations for children after the first two.

Panel members, after a visit to the Kutupalang camp at Ukhiya on Aug 17 and 18, say the problem is worsening as the Myanmar Rohingyas are outnumbering the locals with each passing day.

Muslim Rohingya influx started in the 1980s due to political instability in Myanmar.The government estimates around 30,000 Rohingyas are currently staying in the two camps in Cox’s Bazar.It is believed that around half a million undocumented Rohingyas are staying in Bangladesh or have migrated to other countries from here.Myanmar has ignored repeated calls by Bangladesh to take back its citizens.

Dhaka claims the illegal Rohingyas are involved with various criminal activities.

They have also been caught while accepting fake Bangladeshi passports.

Parliamentary panel’s chief Nilufar Zafar Ullah, Foreign Minister Dipu Moni, and committee member Nazma Akter visited the Rohingya camps to see for themselves the problem on ground.

The committee on Sept 18 submitted a report, a copy of which is available with bdnews24.com.

It says the number of Rohingyas are increasing in comparison to the locals.

Each registered refugee gets 12 kg rice each month. They are not interested in birth control as a child gets full ration from the day it is born.

Panel members found families with as many 18 members.

Speaking to bdnews24.com, Nilufer Zafar Ullah said the Rohingya population was on the rise since they get ration.

“One of the problem is their outnumbering the locals and so, birth control measures have been recommended,” she said.

According to the report, 58 percent of 30,000 Rohingyas at the two camps were born in Bangladesh.

There are 23 schools in the camps and the committee said the refugees were getting ‘better’ facilities than the locals.

Emphasising on the repatriation of the Rohingyas, Nilufer said, the refugees wanted to go back to their country. She said stakeholders had been asked to hold talks to send them back to Myanmar./bdnews24

ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္ရန္ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ရွိ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းမ်ားတြင္ ရိကၡာ ျဖတ္ေတာက္မည္ျမန္မာႏိုင္ငံမွ ထြက္ေျပးလာၾကေသာ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ရွိ မြတ္ဆလင္ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းမ်ားတြင္ ကေလး ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္ရန္ ရိကၡာ ေထာက္ပံ့မူကို ျဖတ္ေတာက္သြားေတာ့မည္ဟု သတင္း ရရွိသည္။ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ႏိုင္ငံ လႊတ္ေတာ္ ေကာ္မီတီ အဖြဲ႕ (Parliamentary panel) တစ္ခုမွ ေကာ့စ္ဘဇား ခရိုင္ နယ္စပ္အနီးရွိ ေကာေတာ့ ပေလာင္ ဒုကၡသည္စခန္ကို စက္တဘၤာလ ၁၇ ရက္ႏွင့္ ၁၈ ရက္ေန႕က သြားေရာက္ ၾကည့္ရွဳ႕ စစ္ေဆးျပီးေနာက္ ယခု အစီအစဥ္ ထြက္ေပၚလာျခင္း ျဖစ္သည္။

သြားေရာက္ လည္ပတ္ စစ္ေဆးခဲ့ေသာ (၃) ဦးပါ လႊတ္ေတာ္ ေကာ္မီတီတြင္ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ ႏိုင္ငံျခားေရး ၀န္ၾကီး ဒီပူရ္ မူနီလည္း ပါ၀င္ျပီး သူမတို႕ အဖြဲ႕သည္ လက္ရွိ ျဖစ္ေပၚေနေသာ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ား၏ ပကတိ အေျခအေနမ်ားကို သိရွိႏိုင္ရန္ အတြက္ ေကာ့ေတာ့ ပေလာင္ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းသို႕ သြားေရာက္ခဲ့ျခင္း ျဖစ္သည္ဟု သိရသည္။

ထိုသို႕ သြားေရာက္ စစ္ေဆးရာတြင္ မိသားစု တစ္ခုစီတြင္ အဖြဲ႕၀င္ လူဦးေရ (၁၈) ဦးထက္မ်ားေသာ မိသားစု အမ်ားအျပားကို စစ္ေဆးေတြ႕ရွိခဲ့သည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။ အဆိုပါ ပမာဏသည္ စခန္းျပင္ပ အနီးအနားရွိ ေဒသခံ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ မိသားစုမ်ား အေရအတြက္ထက္ အလြန္မ်ားျပားေနသည္ဟု ဆိုုသည္။

ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ရွိ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းမ်ားတြင္ ေနထိုင္သူ ျမန္မာမွ ထြက္ေျပးလာေသာ မြတ္ဆလင္ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားသည္ စခန္းတြင္းမွ ေထာက္ပံ့ေနေသာ ရိကၡာမ်ားကို လုိခ်င္သျဖင့္ သူတိုု႕မိသား အေရအတြက္ကို ဤကဲ့သို႕ ၾကီးႏိုင္သမွ် ၾကီးေအာင္ျပဳလုပ္ေနရာမွ ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို မထိန္းခ်ဳပ္ႏိုင္ဘဲ ျဖစ္ေနသည္ဟု ဆိုသည္။

ေမြးဖြားျပီးသည္ႏွင့္ ခ်က္ခ်င္း လူတစ္ဦး၏ ရာခ်န္အတိုင္း ရိကၡာမ်ား အျပည့္အ၀ ရရွိေနသျဖင့္ ကေလးေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္မည့္ အစီစဥ္ကို ဒုကၡသည္မ်ား အေနျဖင့္ စိတ္မ၀င္စားၾကဟုု ဆိုသည္။

စက္တဘၤာလ ၂၂ ရက္ေန႕ထုတ္ New Age သတင္းစာမွ ေဖၚျပေသာ Rations cap for birth control for Rohingyas ေခါင္းစည္းပါ သတင္းတြင္ ကေလး ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္မည့္ အစီအစဥ္သစ္ တြင္ ထိုသို႕ ရိကၡာ ျဖတ္ေတာက္မူကို ျပဳလုပ္ရန္ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ႏိုင္ငံ လႊတ္ေတာ္ ေကာ္မီတီ အဖြဲ႕မွ ေျပာဆိုသည္ဟု သိရသည္။ Continue reading “Bangladesh parliamentary :Birth control for Rohingyas-ေမြးဖြားႏုန္းကို ထိန္းခ်ဳပ္ရန္ ဘဂၤလာေဒခ်္႕ရွိ ဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းမ်ားတြင္ ရိကၡာ ျဖတ္ေတာက္မည္”

Khandker Mosharraf Hossain “If anybody is found staying illegally in Saudi Arabia after the end of the amnestynment….

Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Khandker Mosharraf Hossain yesterday urged Bangladeshi workers who are living illegally in Saudi Arabia to take advantage of the general amnesty.
“If anybody is found staying illegally in Saudi Arabia after the end of the amnesty on November 4, the person has to pay one lakh Saudi Riyal as fine and face one year imprisonment,” he said at a press briefing.
Saudi Arabia earlier declared general amnesty for foreign workers from May till July 4 so that they can correct their visa status. Later, the amnesty deadline was extended till November 4 following requests from foreign embassies.
Mosharraf briefed journalists following his recent visit to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. He said the Saudi government would consider recruiting more Bangladeshi workers after the amnesty deadline.
Expatriates’ Welfare Secretary Zafar Ahmed Khan said more than 2.5 lakh Bangladeshis received the consular services.
Earlier, talking about the slow pace of sending workers to Kuala Lumpur, the minister said, “Malaysia has halted recruiting from Bangladesh as the newly elected government there is yet to hold discussions with Bangladesh in this regard.”
Starting from April 25 this year, a total of 10,000 workers were scheduled to go to Malaysia in first phase but only 198 workers had been recruited.



Burma: Aung San Suu Kyi : illegal migration from Bangladesh had to be stopped.

NEW DELHI: Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday described violence in west Myanmar between Buddhists and Muslims as a “huge international tragedy” and said illegal migration from Bangladesh had to be stopped.

Suu Kyi, on a visit to neighbouring India, said she had declined to speak out on behalf of stateless Rohingya Muslims who live on both sides of the border as she wanted to promote reconciliation after recent bloodshed. More than 100,000 people have been displaced in Myanmar since June in two major outbreaks of violence in the western state of Rakhine, where renewed clashes last month uprooted about 30,000 people.Dozens have been killed on both sides and thousands of homes torched.

“Don’t forget that violence has been committed by both sides, this is why I prefer not to take sides and also I want to work towards reconciliation,” she told the NDTV news channel.

“Is there a lot of illegal crossing of the border (with Bangladesh) still going on? We have got to put a stop to it otherwise there will never be an end to the problem,” she said.

The Nobel laureate, who was released from military house arrest in 2010, has caused disappointment among international supporters for her muted response to the ethnic violence in her homeland.

“This is a huge international tragedy and this is why I keep saying that the government must have a policy about their citizenship laws,” she said.Myanmar’s 800,000 Rohingya are seen by the government and many in the country as illegal immigrants from neighbouring Bangladesh. They face severe discrimination that activists say has led to a deepening alienation.

“There are quarrels about whether people are true citizens under law or whether they have come over as migrants later from Bangladesh,” she said.”Most people seem to think there is only one country involved in this border issue.”There are two countries. There is Bangladesh on one side and Burma (Myanmar) on the other and the security of the border surely is the responsibility of both countries.”The Rohingya, who make up the vast majority of those displaced in the fighting, are described by the UN as among the world’s most persecuted minorities.



So-called Rohingya are illegal immigrants Bengali foreigners and Rakhine are indigenous ethnic of Burma



Amnesty International USA is loosing its credability whatsoever after increasingly becoming the mouth-piece of pro-Bengali so-called Rohingya

This is the widespread beliefs that the Amnesty International USA is loosing its credability whatsoever after increasingly becoming the mouth-piece of pro-Bengali so-called Rohingya. Amnesty International USA Director T Kumar is a window dressor for the so-called Rohingya Bengalis’ fabricated lies and he is also a white washer for Bengalis so-called Rohingya since he is covering up all the genocid

al crimes committed by Bengali so-called Rohingya. People are now increasingly accusing that Amnesty International USA Director T Kumar is also a conspiracy to crime against humanity committed by Bengali so-called Rohingya. Sadly, Amnesty International USA is no more seen as a neutral human rights campaign group but it is seen as a stooge of extremist terrorist Bengali so-called Rohingya. (People’s views on AI USA)

UNHCR calls for open borders as the Rohingya flee on boats Briefing Notes, 13 November 2012-yes take them,please

Briefing Notes, 13 November 2012

This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Melissa Fleming – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the press briefing, on 13 November 2012, at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.

UNHCR is seriously concerned at recent boat tragedies in the Bay of Bengal involving people fleeing feeling insecurity and violence in Myanmar. We are calling on countries in the region to strengthen burden-sharing in the face of this growing humanitarian emergency.

In the last two weeks, there have been reports of two boats sinking in the Bay of Bengal with an estimated 240 people, among them Rohingyas from Myanmar’s Rakhine state. UNHCR cannot confirm the figures as we have no presence near the wreck sites, but available information is that more than 40 people have been rescued from the two boats. There were reports of bodies seen floating in the water.

These two incidents mark an alarming start to the traditional sailing season in the Bay of Bengal, when a mix of asylum seekers and irregular migrants risk their lives on fishing boats in the hope of finding safety and a better life in South-East Asia. An estimated 7,000 to 8,000 people left from the Bay of Bengal during the previous sailing season from October 2011 to March 2012. There are fears many more could follow in the coming weeks, driven by desperation and hopelessness.

UNHCR is urging the government of Myanmar to take urgent action to address some of the main push-factors especially issues connected with the problem of citizenship and statelessness in relation to the Rohingyas. The already precarious situation in Rakhine state was exacerbated in June and most recently again in October this year when inter-communal violence broke out, killing dozens of people, destroying thousands of homes and displacing more than 110,000 people.

A fragile calm has returned but tensions remain high. In addition to providing urgent humanitarian assistance to both affected communities, the root causes need to be resolved for the Rohingyas so that they can lead normal lives where they are.

In the meantime, UNHCR is calling on governments in the region to keep their borders open to people seeking asylum and international protection from Myanmar. We stand ready to support states in assisting and protecting these individuals.

UNHCR is alarmed by reports of countries either pushing back boats from their shores or helping them on to another country. We are appealing to these governments to uphold their long tradition of providing humanitarian aid to refugees instead of shifting the responsibility to another state.

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Burma-Bangladesh : “Fake Rohingyas” entering Western countries

While Bangladesh government has been refusing international plea of giving shelter to the “Rohingyas”, hundreds of Bangladeshi national are entering various Western countries and later proclaiming to be “Rohingyas” by producing fake certificates, which are sold to Bangladeshi nationals through an inter-country crime racket based in Akaran state. Weekly Blitz has already received specific evidence of such cases, where Bangladeshi nationals, who had been residing at their ancestral property in Dhaka and Tangail entered France with Bangladeshi passport and submitted application seeking political asylum by showing fake certificates issued by the local groups or NGOs in Arakan state. It was also learnt that, each of such fake certificates are sold in the black market for Bangladesh Taka 20,000-25,000 [US$ 250-275]. Any Bangladeshi national willing to obtain such fake certificate needs to contact local brokers of Arakan based NGOs in Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh and the fake certificate is handed over to the person within 10-15 hours in most cases. In recent months, the number of political asylums sought by “Rohingyas” in various Western nations has greatly increased. It may be mentioned here that, almost 99 percent of such applicants are falsely claiming to be “Rohingyas”.
It may be mentioned here that, as of 2012, 800,000 Bengali so called Rohingya live in Myanmar. Burmese historians such as Khin Maung Saw have claimed that the term ‘Rohingya’ was unknown before the 1950s. Another historian, Dr Maung Maung, notes that the word Rohingya is not used in the 1824 census, conducted by the British. Historian Aye Chan from Kanda University of International Studies states that the term “Rohingya” was created by descendants of Bengalis in 1950s who migrated into Arakan during colonial times. He also holds that the term cannot be found in any historical source in any language before the 1950s. However, he accepts that there may have been Muslim communities in Arakan before 1824.

Three fake Rohingyas traced seeking asylum in Germany

Following publication of the report titled ‘Fake Rohingyas entering Western countries’ in Blitz, we have been receiving specific information from various sources from a number of Western countries, where Bangladeshi nationals have already sought political asylum pretending to be Ronhigyas born in Arakan. According to our sources, only during 2011-2012, a few thousand Bengali fake Rohingyas already sought political asylum only in the European nations, while a significant number of so-called Rohingyas are also reportedly seeking asylum in Canada.

Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar protest at the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok