هل يعمل الاتحاد الدولي لعلماء المسلمين من أجل الأمة ؟


الناشط الإيغوري عبدالغني ثابت:

هل هذه المنظمة (الاتحاد الدولي لعلماء المسلمين) تعمل فعلا من أجل الأمة الإسلامية؟

إن كانت تعمل إذا كيف ذلك؟ نحن الأويغور المسلمون في تركستان الشرقية نعاني من النظام الصيني منذ 68 عاما.
أنا شخصيا كتبت عدة مرات .لهذه المنظمة عن محنتنا، لكنني لم أتلق أي رد

هل هؤلاء العلماء يعيشون في هذا العالم أم في كوكب آخر؟

منذ ما يقرب من عامين تغطي وسائل الإعلام الدولية ما يجري في معسكرات الاعتقال الصينية في تركستان الشرقية.

أعلنت الصين بالفعل الحرب ضد الإسلام وأعلنت الإسلام أنه “معد” ومرض نفسي وعقلي في جميع أنحاء المنطقة.

الناشط الإيغوري عبدالغني ثابت

لماذا هؤلاء العلماء المسلمين هادئين؟ ما هي مسؤوليتهم؟

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THE EMERGENCE OF ETHNIC ROHINGYAS


The term Rohingya is derived from the word Rohai or Roshangee, a terminology pervered to Rohingya. Rohai and Roshangee are terms denoting the Muslim people inhabiting in the old Arakan (Rohan/Roshang/ Roang). It is probably the corruption of Arabic term Raham (blessing) or Raham Borri meaning the land of God’s blessings.

The word Rahma to Rahmi-Rahmia-Rahingya to Rohingya, which denotes honest, dutiful, pitiful or kind hearted to others.

But there is another historical defination of Rohingya. That is Rohingya which derived from the Magh language “Rwa-haung-gya-kyia”. The Magh used to call the Pathan army of General Wali Khan and General Sandi Khan, who came to restore the throne to Narameikhia, as “Rwa-haung-gya-kyia”- which was changed time to time – as Rwahingyia – Rohingya-which denotes as brave as tiger. As the Pathans army defeated the

Mon-Talaing army, the Rakhine Maghs used to call the Pathan as brave as tiger. They mixed with the Arab descendants for centuries and become Rohingyas.

“Arakan, infect, a continuation of the Chittagong plain was neither purely a Burmese nor an Indian territory till the 18th century of the Christian era. Chiefly for its location, it was not only remained independent for the most part of history, but endeavoured to expand its territory in the surrounding tracts whenever opportunity came and Chittagong was the first to be the victim of the territorial ambition of the Arakanese monarchs.

…… Shut off from Burma by a hill range, it is located far away from the Indian capitals. The relation between Chittagong and Arakan is influenced by geographical, ethnological, cultural and historical considerations, from about 1580 A.D. nearly a century, Chittagong was under almost uninterrupted Arakanese rule which is undoubtedly an important period marked by momentous events.

“There were Moors, Moghuls and Pathans also in Arakan…. Thus, the Muslim population of Arakan consisted roughly of four categories, namely, the Bangalee, other Indian, Afro-Asian and native. Among these four categories of Muslims the Bengali Muslims formed the largest part of the total Muslim population of Arakan.”

The Arabs and Pathans army are founded the original nucleus of the Rohingyas in Arakan, who arrived from Arab and Bengal Sultanate during the time of Arakanese kings.

The Arabs were the first to lay the foundation of Muslim society in Arakan in the later part of the 7th century A.D. and the waves of immigration from Bengal were very significant, for with these immigrants came the Muslim nobels, statemen, traders, teachers, poets, and soldiers.

There had been large-scale conversion of the Hindus, Buddhists and animists to Islam who also constitute part and parcel of the Rohingya. In 15th century the number of converts to Islam soared, specially as the Muslims has established standard of credibility and stature in the community, initially through inter-mirrages.

These various migrations led to the admixture of blood and culture to form one common racial and linguistic classification to be known as Rohingya a term derived from “Rohang”, the ancient name of Arakan.

The Rohingya people developed a culture which was relatively advanced for that period. Schools, Madarasas were established, epics, ballads and riddles were advanced, music and dances were performed. This culture spread out all over Arakan. The Rohingya economy was also relatively developed. They developed agriculture, trade and commerce and extended their trade relation with neighbouring countries. Today the majority of the Rohingya people rely on agriculture as their base of subsistence; even Rohingya fishermen engage in agriculture during the non-fishing period.

Among the Muslim population of Chittagong two distinct ethnic characters are found; one is known as Chatgaiya and the other Rohai. Although professing the same religion they have different cultural habits. In fact the Rohais of Chittagong today are those Muslim people who fled Arakan (Rohang) as a result of Bunnan atrocities after the country was occupied in 1784 A.D. As many as 50% of the total population of Chittagong district are Rohais who trace their ancestoral origin to Arakan. The Rohingyas trace their origin to Arabs, Moors, Turks, Persians, Moghuls, Patthans and Bangalees.

Since Rohingyas are mixture many kinds of people, their check-bone is not so prominent and eyes are not so narrow like Rakhine Maghs and Burman. Generally they are broad shouldered, thin-bearded, a bit taller in stature than the Rakhine Maghs and Burmans but darker in complexion. They are some bronze coloured and not yellowish.

THE ROHINGYAS ARE A NATION

“From 1430 to 1531, for more than one hundred years, Arakan was ruled by the Muslims.” “Their Muslim Kingdom was independent in the 14th and 15th centuries. It was later absorbed by Burma” in 1784 A.D. The people of Arakan, the Rohingyas and Rakhines, had already organized their own statehood patterned after the Sultanate system of government current in those days. Thus in the context of Arakan the Rohingyas are not a minority but part of an integral whole. Today Rohingya nation exists because it is rooted in the direct personal feelings and the material interests of the large section of the Rohingya people whether in the homeland or in the places of refuge:

Aside from the compulsion of geography the Rohingya national identity is unique into Itself in terms of language and culture. The Rohingyas speak a common language and have common cultural trials. Almost all the Rohingyas are Muslims though there are a few Rohingya language speaking Hindus and Baruas. The Rohingyas are proud of their distinctive culture and language. They can not be classified cultural sub-group.

ROHINGYA HOMELAND

The Rohingyas inhabit a contiguous area and therefore have a separate territory which is the most crucial element in a national identity. The Rohingya populations in North Arakan are united by ancient heritage, a rich culture and distinct language. They have lived for many centuries within well defined geographical boundaries which demarcate their “Traditional Homeland”. The group identity of the Rohingya people has grown over the past several centuries, hand in hand with the growth of their homeland in North Arakan, where they worked together, spoke to each other, founded their families, educated their children and also sought refuge, from time to time, from physical attacks elsewhere in Arakan and Burma.

The Rohingyas were once in absolute majority in the whole of Arakan. But they have been exterminated in a systematic and planned way and their homeland has now shrunk progressively in insignificance or to semi-preservations — a process still evidenced. Planned increase in the Buddhist population systematically exterpate the Rohingya people and destroy the crucial geo-graphical link between areas in the whole of Arakan. It threatens the Rohingya’s claim to a contiguous homeland of the whole of North Arakan. The face of Rohingya homeland has been changed as the Rohingyas are helpless to check their demographic erosion. Despite systematic extermination of Rohingya population by means of genocidal actions and continued persecution, the Rohingyas still predominate in the area between the river Naf which demarcates the border between Burma and Bangladesh and river Kaladan, the longest river in Arakan. But the Rohingyas still claim that all those areas which have been inhabited by Muslims or atleast within their sphere of influnce before the pogram of 1942 are also included in their Traditional Homeland.

Arakan has always been a country with two nations within one geographic entity. Two different peoples, from the very ancient period, have been inhabiting Arakan. During the course of their settlements Arakan is divided into two parts : Muslim North and Buddhist South. That is the Rohingya homeland of North Arakan and Rakhine homeland of South Arakan.

Though Rohingyas live everywhere in Arakan and they are once majority in Maungdaw, Buthidaung, Rathidaung, Akyab, Kyauktaw, Mrohaung and Minbya. Now, they are majority only in former Mayu Dist. and Akyab Island.

RELIGION AND SOCIETY

All Rohingyas profess Islam. They are strict followers of Islamic traditions. In every village there is atleast one mosque and one grave-yard.

Rohingya Muslims celebrate religious festivals with great joy and enthussasm. Great rejoicings marked the two Eids, Eidul-Fitr, and Eidul-Azha (Qurbani Eid). Eids prayers were generally offered at Eidgahs or Mosques (where there is no Eidgah) and the days were spent in feeding, feasting and visiting the houses of the neighbours and relations. They also visit graveyard for ziyarat who left them earlier. Zakat is paid by all solvent Rohingya people ordinarily during the month of Ramadan. Qurbani is offered by all according to their financial means. Shab-i-Maraj, Shab-i-Barat and Shab-i-Qadar were observed with prayer, devotion, alms-giving and feeding of the poor. Romadan is greeted by all Rohingyas with much religious fervour. The birth day of Hazart Mohammed (s.m.) was celebrated every year on 12th of Rabiul-Awal as known Uman-Nabi.

Though the Rohingyas lived together with Rakhine Maghs, they lived with their own culture.They never eat together. Inter-marriage also not so common. They live in separate villages.

Every compact village or a part of it formed a social unit with the mosque as its centre and a uniting force for the convenience and regulation of social life of the inhabitants of the area. The eldest, pious, and influential man in the society was recogonised as the head of village society (Samaj) who decide all disputes among them with the help of village elders.

DWELLING-HOUSES

In Arakan, Rohingya people live in somewhat densely packed villages and the majority of their houses are built of wooden pole, bamboo, thatched with palm-leaves (Dani) and stand on stilts as a protection against the floods that rise and surge under the monsoon rains.

At townships headquarters and at most villages of any size or importance a few brick houses are to be found in Arakan. In the large villages have a fair number of wooden houses with thatch (dani) or corrugated iron roofs.

OCCUPATION AND TRADE

The soil of Arakan is very fertile and the climate is ideal for rice cultivation. Arakan is dependent entirely on agriculture; all other occupations are subsidiary to, or exist for the maintenance of, the agricultural population. Of total Rohingya population 80% are occupied in agriculture or pasturing. The next order of numbers are those engaged in trade in food-stuffs. The third in respect of numbers are shop-keepers and followed by persons engaged in transport by water and by road, wood workers, fisherman, manufacturers of tobacco and salts.

MARRIAGE

Endogamy is a factor resulting in the practice of segmentation. In other words, endogamy reinforces ties of common descent. The Rohingyas practise endogamy.

In early days, a Rohingya would not be eligible for marriage until three voyages of trade by water or three trips of trade on land. Otherwise, he would be looked down by the society and would call him impotent with contempt.

The Rohingya would never marry with other non-Muslim without conversion to Islam. If one many without conversion to Islam, the Rohingya society would boycott them until and unless he or she embraees Islam. So, the Rohingya parents control their children and arrange marriage between the parents. If they eloped, after having love affairs, the Rohingya society used to condemn them.

Betrothal is arranged by the Rohingya parents. The bride and the groom are not allowed to meet before marriage. Family lines are thoroughly checked before the engagement. Engagement breaks if there arise dissension amoung the parents or guardians. Mohar is fixed by the parents or guardians of the bride and the groom and it is most essential according Islamic law. It must be given by the groom for the bride. Both the bride and groom must declare their willingness by pronouncing the words “Khawbul Ahsi” (we do agree) in front of at lest two witness and the molvi Shaheeb (Alim) who perform the mirrage. Divorce rate among the Rohingyas is less then other races of Burma. The wedding ceremonies are held in receptions as far as possible. The receiption diner is usually held by the family of the bride-groom. In special case called “Salami”, the reciption dinner is hold at bride home. During the wedding month the relatives of the newly wedded couple use to invite them and are served with at least one meal in consecutive days by each and every household of their relatives which shows their affections for the couple. In almost all Rohingya’s marriage ceremonies ‘Howlla’ (Group singing) songs sing and folk-dancing of girls and women are common.

FOODS

Rice is the staple food grain of Arakan. The diet of the Rohingya is simple rice, fish, vegetables and chillis; meat was taken on occasions. The majority Rohingyas eat dry fishes with fresh vegetables or potatoes or also without any of them. On all festive occasion cows, water-buffolos and goats were slaughtered for sales and distribution.

Rakhine Maghs like pork very much. Rohingyas never touch or eat pork. Pork is forbidden by Islam. They eat mutton, beef, chicken after making Halal according to Islamic teaching. Rohingyas honoured their special guests slaughtering a goat or more with their means and the poor with a chiken.

DRESS

The Rakhine Maghs males wear Gaung-Boung and Rohingyas males wear caps. The Rakhine Maghs wear Burmese jackets and Rohingyas wear coats. In olden days Rohingya used to wear Turbans of white clothes of 10 yards long and 1/2 yard breath. But British and Indian culture changed the dress of the Rohingya.

The male Rohingya wears a shirt with long sleeves called Bazu covering the upper part of the body while the lower part is covered a sheet of cloth stitched from side to side called longgi. Vest or gonji is wear as inner garment by the Rohingya male.

The adult female Rohingya wears long sleeved garment known as Suli to cover the upper part of the body while the lower part is covered with a Tami. Inner garment called Boduli long sleeve barazier wear every gril and woman of Rohingya. They wear a petticoat of cloth called Assar. This is without tie or fastening, but is broutht round the waist, with the edges well twisted in and kept on by the graceful curve of the hips. Young woman fastened a silk Belt called Rayshamer-Dowali and old women fastened a pice of red cloth 2.5 yards long and six inches wide stitched from side to side called Jali to hold their Tami on their waists.

She also wears a scarf known-as Romal which cover the head and shoulders. Whenever she is out-door she wears a Burkha, traditional veil covering the whole body.

RITES AND RITUALS

Some Rohingya males keep hair fallen on shoulders. They are mostly Molvis. The Rohingyas, on their brith, they keep the Islamic names in Arabic. Some prefer Burmese names or Rakhine Magh names at schools mostly where the teachers are Rakhine Maghs as they can not pronounce Muslim name correctly. Some keep both names such as, Saleh Tun Sein, Ahmed Maung Maung and so on. It is also not good. Muslim should take pride as the kings of Arakan used Muslim titles.

On the death of a Rohingya Muslim all the members of the society arranged his / her funeral as a social duty and hurried him/her in the graveyard with a prayer (janaza) according to Islamic Law.

Rohingyas are good natured people. They are honest. They are not oppressors. They can not tolerate the oppressors. They defend their people even not caring their lives. They are brave and intelligent people.

During the Second World War, the Rohingya fought for the Independence of Burma with courage. Though the Japanese easily conquered the Southern part of Arakan within a few days, the Japanese were unable to control the North-Arakan due to the defence strategy. Even the Japanese had to retreat failing to advance-through the defence operation of Rohingyas. The courage and bravery of Rohingyas should be recorded in Myanmar Razawin. As Rohingyas are always neglected people, their bravery was never recorded. Rohingyas respect laws and are peace loving people.

SPORTS AND GAMES

Rohingyas have may indigenous sports and games which are usually held during summer and winter. Some also in rainny season. They are Boli-Khela (wrestling), Ghari-Khela (Boat racing), Mohal Khela, Gila-Khela Du Du Khela, Qunda Khela (weight lilting of round stone), Dan Khela, Ulu Khela, Ciyar Khela, Luk-palani Khela, Phoni Khela, Mal-pat Khela, Bak-goru Khela, Bosgya-buri Khela, Morish Khela, Bat Khela, Kalatur Khela, Saws-sa-rani Khela, Dope-marani Khela, diving and swimming, Paddy transplanting competition.

SONGS AND MUSICS

The Rohingyas are fond of music (both vocal and instrumental) and dance. Rohingyas have their own folk songs, dances and musics. Howla songs sing by women in almost all Rohingya’s marriage ceremonies and also women dance their flok dences in the same ceremonies. Young women mostly used mouth orgen (Baza) while dancing.Bitayali Geet, Jari Geet and Gazir Geet are very music is very sweet and meladious. Those who had came across the Rohingya National Programme from the Burma Broadcasting Service (BBS), they may recall the art of the Rohingya music.

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

There is separate Rohingya language, literature and civilization. It developed through Islamic civilization. Rohingya language is a mixture of Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Bangali and Rakhine Maghs, because they are the people of border and as same as the people of other border of Burma.

In the year 1429 A.D. General Wall Khan introduced Persian as state language of Arakan and also introduced Qazi courts in Arakan. Rohingya language is not recent make up. Muslim writers and poets used to write in this language since the early days in Arabic and Persian alphabets. One of the book is still in the possession of the author (Tahir Ba Tha). In addition to this, the coins of Arakan were melted in Arabic and Persian and also there are numerous Kyauksa (stone inscriptions) carved in Arabic.

The Rohingya literature is considerly rich in ballads, love songs, Floktales, Baramasa, legends,mystic songs, proverbs, bewsans, riddles, lullabies (Auli) and so on.

There are many Rohingya poets and writers who flourished in the court of Arakan kings. The Arakanese kings had come under the influence of Bengal Sultans. Most of the their courtiers were Bengali speaking people from Bengal and neighbouring Chittagong region and they encouraged the cultivation of Bengali language. The poets and writers who wrote in Bengali and a good number of their poems and works have been discovered.

Some of the Rohingya poets and writers who flourished in Araka court are: Abdu Minyo or Ahmedu Minyo, Shah Barid Khan, Daulat Kazi, Mardan and. Shah Alawal.

Quraishi Magan, Abdul Karim Khandkar, poet Abdul Karim are also well known writers and poets of Arakan.

The British government also used Persian as the official language of Arakan till 1836 A.D.In addition to Rohingyas many Rakhine Maghs also learned Persians. For example- Seikky Thado Pe and U Aung Gyi. Later on Persian was replaced by English and Urdu.

Thus written languages of Rohingya, Persian and Bengali almost disappeared from Arakan during the later part of British rule. The British subtitued English, Urdu and Burmese in place of Rohingya, Persian and Bengali. The Rohingya used Urdu till 1945 British re-entry. Urdu language is rich in poetry and literature.

The kinds of birds can be differentiated with their feathers. So it is time for Rohingyas to establish their ancestral dress, literature and culture. Rohingyas are rich with fine-arts, music and architecture. Rohingya architecture resemble the Arab Saracenic style which is witnessed by the mosques of Arakan. Sandi Khan mosque was built with hard rocks and easier design which stood as the oldest Rohingya’s archeological monument.

So, it must be preserved by the Rohingyas.
Rohingyas should take pride for those Muslims who had built this mosque.

The Source

Documenting the Forgotten History of Jammu’s Massacred Muslims


BY: DIVYANI RATTANPAL

Biased and facile narratives loom large in conversations involving Jammu and Kashmir. Sometimes, the tellers of these tales don’t shy away from committing grave historical omissions in order to enforce a convenient, self-indulgent portrayal of events in the Valley.

One example of a monumental omission is documented in the book, Being The Other: The Muslim in India, written by Saeed Naqvi. The book reminds audiences of not one, but two ethnic cleansings that took place in the state: one of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley, and the second, of Muslims from the Jammu region.

   
Being the Other by Saeed Naqvi. (Photo Courtesy: Aleph Publications)

A chapter on Kashmir in the book – written largely from the point of view of Ian Stephens, editor of the British paper, The Statesman, from 1942-1952, so as to avoid nationalistic biases – talks of the large scale and carefully orchestrated massacre of Muslims from the once-Muslim majority Jammu region.

Stephens suggesting that all this happened with the approval of Maharaja Hari Singh.

Maharaja of Kashmir, Hari Singh (1895 – 1961) . (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

What was the death toll in the killing fields of Jammu? There are no official figures, so one has to go by reports in the British press of that period. Horace Alexander’s article on 16 January 1948 in The Spectator is much quoted; he put the number killed at 2,00,000. To quote a 10 August 1948 report published in The Times, London: ‘2,37,000 Muslims were systematically exterminated — unless they escaped to Pakistan along the border — by the forces of the Dogra state headed by the Maharaja in person and aided by the Sikhs. This happened in October 1947, five days before the Pathan invasion and nine days before the Maharaja’s accession to India.’

Being the Other, Saeed Naqvi

The communal riots of 1947 weighed heavily on Jammu’s Muslims; lakhs were killed, and many had no option but to flee to what became Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The zonal plebiscite in Jammu that Maharaja Hari Singh was pushing for and revenge for what was happening in East Punjab to Hindus and Sikhs, were cited as possible reasons for the large scale massacre.

Naqvi’s book even goes on to suggest that Lord Mountbatten, the first Governor General of India, knew about the genocide but tried to filter it from the news, attempting to sink it into a black hole forever.

One thing is true, that post 1947-48, Jammu – that had had a Muslim majority (61 percent Muslims) – housed the community only as a minority.

Gandhi’s comment on the situation is also presented in the book. The book quotes from Volume 90 of Mahatma Gandhi’s Collected Works:

The Hindus and Sikhs of Jammu and those who had gone there from outside killed Muslims. The Maharaja of Kashmir is responsible for what is happening there
Mahatma Gandhi

Naqvi isn’t the only one to suggest this. Last year, on the 25th anniversary of the Azaadi uprising, Swaminathan S Aiyar too had written about Jammu’s buried history in his piece, A Tale of Two Ethnic Cleansings in Kashmir.

Another book, Revisiting India’s Partition, says Hindu and Sikh refugees from Azad Kashmir and West Punjab, along with Sikh deserters of the Sialkot unit, massacred Muslims, and calls the “mad orgy of Dogra violence against unarmed Muslims” as one that ought to put any self-respecting human to shame.

In an interview with Reuters, which is published in the book, the erstwhile Prime Minister of Pakistan General Liaquat Ali Khan, accuses the RSS of orchestrating the violence with the Maharaja.

After the massacre of Muslims in East Punjab and the Punjab states, the forces of annihilation turned to Jammu and Kashmir…Towards the end of September the Indian National Army and the RSS shifted their headquarters from Amritsar to Jammu.. they were provided modern weapons by the state authorities. They set about the formal business in Jammu and Poonch of repeating the horrible drama they had enacted in East Punjab.

General Liaquat Ali Khan

In the aftermath of the violence, many Muslims from the border areas of Bishnah, RS Pura, Akhnoor etc fled to Sialkot in Pakistan. Besides the Jammu region, there were large scale killings in Udhampur, Chenani, Ramnagar, Reasi, and even far away Bhaderwah.

For someone who is a descendant of the Dogra rulers, and stakes a claim in the future of the state, I can only hope that all of us forget each other’s sins, and move forward to a less violent Jammu and Kashmir.

First Published: 17.07.16
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Trudeau urged to raise issue of pellet-guns in IoK during India visit


By News Desk  Published: February 16, 2018



Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. PHOTO: REUTERS
In an open letter written by Amnesty International to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the organisation has called on the PM to raise six different issues including the use of pellet-firing shotguns in Kashmir during his visit to India.

Trudeau is visiting India from February 17 to 23 and the letter lays “out a number of pressing human rights concerns and related recommendations that Amnesty International’s 300,000 supporters across Canada urge you [Trudeau] to raise in all possible exchanges, including meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”
According to Amnesty International, the areas of concern are: threatened forced mass expulsion of Rohingya people from India; justice and accountability for the 1984 Sikh massacre; use of pellet-firing shotguns in Kashmir; demonisation of religious minorities;  decriminalisation of consensual adult same-sex relations; and criminalisation of marital rape.
Use of pellet-firing shotguns in held-Kashmir
Concerned about use of pellet-firing shotguns in held-Kashmir, Amnesty International urged the Canadian PM “to call on Prime Minister Modi to immediately ban the use of pellet-firing shotguns as a means of policing protests.”
The open letter states these shotguns have killed, blinded and injured thousands of people. “People injured by pellet-firing shotguns have faced serious physical and mental health issues, including symptoms of psychological trauma,” the letter reads further.
The use of pellet shotguns in held-Kashmir violates international standards on the use of force, states Amnesty International. They also urged Trudeau to “work with the state government of Jammu and Kashmir to set up independent investigations into cases of deaths or serious injuries caused by pellet firing shotguns.”
Demonisation of Muslims in India
Hate crimes against Muslims has also been raised as a major concern by the human rights organisation. According to the letter, in 2017, several hate crimes against Muslims were reported in different parts of India, amid a rising tide of Islamophobia in the country. Stating that this has “contributed to a growing sense of insecurity for many Muslims, and intensified religious tensions.”
As such, the organisation urges Trudeau call on PM Modi to”publicly condemn hate crimes and Islamophobia and work with state governments to end impunity for those responsible for hate crimes against Muslims.”
Other areas of concern
The open letter also asks Trudeau to call on Modi to ensure that Rohingya people living in India are not forcibly expelled, and “to explore opportunities for Canada and India to work together to pressure the government of Myanmar to end discrimination and violence against Rohingya people.”
The 1984 Sikh massacre has also been raised as an issue of concern and it is urged that “all those suspected of involvement in the 1984 killings, including those with command responsibility, are prosecuted.”

The letter also asks the Canadian PM to discuss with Modi to decriminalise consensual adult same-sex relations. Further, the organisation also asks that India “amend the law to remove the exception to marital rape in the definition of rape in the penal code.”

Deal Proposal (Deal With Uyghurs)



As the influence of multinational corporations over public policy continues unabated, the key challenge for those campaigning for social and environmental justice is how to redistribute political power back into the hands of ordinary people.

It was a “Suitable Introduction” I‘ve borrowed it from this oldarticle that I recommend to take a look on it & then let us agree.

We have to agree first:

In the beginning, before talking about our campaign’s idea, we should be agreed on a number of points:

1- The corporations are entities that doesn’t know except a “profit” language, so they seek always to profit, seek to creating its resources & getting its tools.

2- The corporations have a power that over than the governments,
–  Where they who are put the terms of the agreements which they hold them & who are oblige the governments to achieve them.
– They (corporations) who are determine the size of investments that they can do in the countries & so the proportion of profits of its governments
– They who are involved in the enactment of laws which the governments put it for their countries.
– They who are determine the relationships between the countries too.

3- So, We can say that the corporations have a power to put pressure on the governments.

4- This point (4) would be about China & the Reasons for its occupation to East Turkestan:
Of course there are economic reasons; this is often the reason for most of the occupations, then for looting and plundering the wealth of the countries & then suppressing the people to surrender and subjecting them to this occupation, and deprive them of all means of resistance that they can use.

We know that Turkestan has a Muslims people & China as we see is using “the religious persecution” as a mean to creating a justification to can continuing the practice its crimes against Turkistan people “Uighurs” from “ killing, massacres, arrest, torture & trying to demolition the religious identity .. etc.” under the pretext of fighting the terrorism who are represent a threat to state security or fearing from the intolerance or so on ..

China want to grab the land & else want the people wouldn’t care about their land more then they try to save their life & their religious identity.

5- Relationship between China & MNCs:
If we notice that Chine is a searcher for resources of wealth, lands, and productions, whatever any resource help it to growth its economic & creating new markets, then the government call& use the MNCs to begin to extracting, producing and marketing those resources “Investments” through the signing of agreements as we know .

WE ARE HERE:
And because Chine has become the Dragon which threatens the life, stability and security of  Asia religion & the peoples there for its constant searching for sources of wealth and productive resources,

And because “humanity and the preservation of mankind” has become linked to Interests,  Investments, Agreements , Funds & Money,


And because the governments has become doesn’t care about the life of the people , but they has become fight & kill the people for stealing  more of their properties for make more investments ..

We have decided to deal directly with those corporations without putting China’s government as an intermediary between us.
We deserve more than them…  isn’t that?  We are their real customers, who are buying their goods & products and we are the cause of their profit.

We are only looking forward for our right to life with all meaning of life as it should be, Of Worship – marriage – procreation – travel and moving – Study – Stability & Before all this we ask the security & safety.


Silent Prayer: The Chinese State’s Siege on Uyghur Ways of Worship


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Alice Su

The tomb of the Muslim saint Imam Asim lies in China’s Taklamakan Desert, at the end of a long walkway lined with poplar trees. An elevated mud structure, the shrine would easily be camouflaged by the sand if not for the flags, rams’ skulls and strips of cloth decorating it. It is located near the town of Hotan, in the autonomous region of Xinjiang, in the country’s northwest— the homeland of the Turkic-speaking Uyghur Muslim community. For centuries, Uyghur Sufis would journey through the desert between shrines such as this one, stopping at each to recite poems celebrating religious heroes.

“Chinese people don’t come here,” said Tudi Mohammad, a 50-year-old sheikh who is the shrine’s guardian. “It’s not a tourist site.”

Mohammad has lived near the shrine for most of his life; his father was also its guardian. He remembered how thousands of people would visit the shrine in May, when locals commemorated the anniversary of the saint’s death. But now, he said, the government has prohibited that ceremony, and Uyghurs come to the tomb in tens, at most. Before he could elaborate, a police car arrived at the shrine. Several personnel entered the building with large batons in hand, demanding that we leave.

Mohammad turned around and returned to his room near the shrine’s entrance, glancing pointedly at a security camera hanging above his door.
Xinjiang is one of China’s most politically tense regions, and the government maintains a heavy security presence here in the name of countering extremism and separatism. In June, China’s State Council Information Office released a white paper praising what it claimed were unprecedented levels of religious freedom for Uyghurs in Xinjiang. Its claims ring true at some level: select religious and cultural sites—including some state-constructed ones—are open and functioning. Others, however, such as the shrine of Imam Asim, are heavily policed. Some are even closed completely; the Orda Padishahim shrine, about 60 kilometres from the city of Kashgar, which used to attract hundreds of thousands of pilgrims annually, has been shut for a decade. When I told locals I hoped to visit the shrine, they said that doing so was illegal, and warned that I would be stopped by the police.

The crackdown on Uyghur places of worship is part of a larger programme of persecution of the minority group by the Chinese state. Uyghurs in schools or government offices are forbidden from wearing headscarves or fasting during Ramadan. Those under 18 years of age cannot enter mosques, young men cannot grow beards, and no one can wear clothing marked with a crescent moon. While these restrictions have existed for decades, their enforcement has intensified since 2009, after Xinjiang’s capital, Urumqi, was wracked by violent ethnic riots. In the wake of such repression, fear, militancy and ethnic strife have grown in Xinjiang.

When I visited the region in June, Ramadan celebrations were muted. Even in the mostly Uyghur city of Yarkand, the streets were nearly empty in the evenings and only one restaurant was open for iftar. Uyghur families filled the tables to share meals of carrot, raisin and lamb pilaf, pulled noodles in beef stew, yogurt pitchers and plates of fruit.

“It’s too quiet,” one Uyghur, a driver in his mid twenties, told me. He added that “the last few years have been bad,” and that before then, people would have been spilling out into the streets to break their fasts, but now they weren’t even leaving their houses. “The economy is down, but also, people are afraid.”

During Ramadan in 2014, ethnic riots broke out in Yarkand. According to Chinese state sources, at least 96 people were killed and 215 arrested when separatists attacked a police station. Local authorities’ discovery of suspicious explosives had prompted an extremist rampage, the state narrative went, as knife-wielding gangs terrorised the streets, burning cars, killing civilians and targeting government offices. In contrast, the US-sponsored Radio Free Asia reported that Chinese security forces massacred at least 2,000 Uyghurs after a violent riot over the extrajudicial killing of a Uyghur family that had disputed the headscarf restrictions.

Even after two years, the Uyghurs I met in Yarkand refused to tell me what had happened. But one Kashgar resident—a woman of the nationally dominant Han ethnicity—said that many more Uyghurs had been killed than the state sources acknowledged. “So many Han people left Yarkand after that,” she said. “They’re afraid of southern Xinjiang.” Even in Kashgar, she continued, clashes between Uyghurs and security forces are regular but usually go unreported. “The government wants people to settle here, so they want Xinjiang to seem safe. But you never know what will happen.”

Since the Urumqi riots, some Uyghurs have escalated their resistance tactics to the point of militancy. In 2013, a radical Uyghur Islamist group claimed responsibility for a car attack in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square that killed five people. In 2014, hundreds of civilians were killed or injured over the course of several attacks, including a mass stabbing in Kunming and a bombing at a street market in Urumqi. In September 2015, knife-wielding attackers killed at least 50 civilians—mostly Han—at a coal mine in Aksu. Some radicals have pointed to state violence as a reason for their militancy. The May 2016 issue of the magazine of the Turkestan Islamic Party, which fights for the establishment of a fundamentalist Islamic state in Xinjiang, carried headlines that included “Crimes of the Chinese Communist Regime,” and “China has adopted controversial laws on the fight against terrorism.”

The state has adopted heavy-handed measures to stem such militancy. In November 2014, the prominent Uyghur intellectual Ilham Tohti was sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of separatism, after he criticised Chinese policies in Xinjiang. In November 2015, Chinese security forces killed 28 Uyghurs who they claimed were criminals responsible for the Aksu attack. But Radio Free Asia again disputed this, saying that those killed included innocent women and children.

In everyday life, this crackdown can take the form of excessive police scrutiny. At a night market in Hotan, I saw Uyghurs and Han Chinese socialising, mostly speaking in Mandarin and eating each other’s versions of kebabs, dumplings and glutinous rice desserts. Yet police standing at the market entrance routinely searched passing Uyghurs, checking their IDs and mobile phones, all the while waving Han individuals through. One Uyghur policeman apologised to a Uyghur man as he was searched. “This is just policy,” he said. “We have to fill a quota of people that we’ve checked every day.” At least ten checkpoints exist on the 500-kilometre road between Hotan and Kashgar, where Uyghur travellers are thoroughly searched, and some forced to turn back.

This strict policing may not even be in the interest of the Chinese state. Rian Thum, a scholar who recently published a book on Uyghur pilgrimages in southern Xinjiang, noted that the forms of Islam practised in many of the community’s shrines have long been peaceful alternatives to more extremist ideologies. “Many people involved in nationalist movements were very anti-shrine,” Thum told me over the phone. “The reformist or even fundamentalist approaches to Islam saw shrine veneration as a type of shirk—associating other deities with God.” Ironically, suppressing such types of Islam may only make Uyghurs more susceptible to calls for violent resistance.

In Yarkand’s old-town area, I visited a state-designated tourist site: the mausoleum of Ammanishahan, a sixteenth-century queen famous for composing muqam—a type of traditional Uyghur opera. At the entrance, a sign read: “Great Mistress ad Poetress of Mukam Music: Ammanishahan’s Mausoleum,” in English, with adjacent translations in Mandarin and Uyghur. The mausoleum sat beside a garden filled with engraved white tombs. The Chinese government had spent 420,000 renminbi in 1993 to restore this site, an informational sign read. Ammanishahan’s muqams are “a jewel in the brilliant treasure chest of Chinese ethnic culture,” another added. One pair of Han tourists walked around the otherwise empty site, their 20-renminbi entrance tickets in hand.

But Uyghur visitors to Yarkand flock instead to the public Muslim cemetery, several minutes’ walk away from the mausoleum. There, I saw a stream of Uyghurs trickling in and out of the Chiltenmalik shrine, a towering brick structure housing the tombs of seven holy men. A sheikh sat cross-legged at the entrance, his eyes closed. When I asked my Uyghur guide whether Han tourists ever visited this site, he laughed. “No. This cemetery is a home for the homeless,” he said, pointing to a beggar sleeping inside an abandoned structure, and elderly Uyghurs panhandling amid rows of mud graves. He brought me to another tomb, several feet away from the shrine, its façade adorned with fading, centuries-old blue tiles. Its gate was padlocked, letting in only a sliver of light to reveal Arabic inscriptions on the walls. “The authorities closed this for security reasons, saying the building was too old and might injure visitors,” the guide said. “But no one has come to fix or open it for years.”

Source: http://pulitzercenter.org/reporting/silent-prayer-chinese-states-siege-uyghur-ways-worship 

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Rohingya: #Rohingya: Final Wipe Out?


The only thing matter to us is Humanity, and stop this genocide and killing so we should raise our voice with all supporting the cause.


O Allah Help us and wake the wealthy and wise Muslims and People with Faith(Emaan) to let them help the world. And help us awake the one good being and may be rest awake themselves. O God raise the people from us and make us strong enough to help the needy in all times

Its not about who is who but its about us. What we are doing is more important than what others doing. We have to answer for us and they have for them. Kindly do your part well and being a good being and good Muslim we should left all to ALLAH as ALLAH knows the best and ALLAH is all knowledge and information. ALLAH is start and ALLAH is end. and Honestly our struggle starts from us for Humanity and all good causes.

Only 97 Signed the petition
Dear all brothers and sisters let us not worry who is who and what is what. Raise your voice or send a boat or rescue the people by any means possibles. If few are sleeping or few our short of resources You can at-least raise your voices as there is a very clear line between right and wrong and distinction and difference. So Please raise your voice so other day someone can raise for you or us. Its not about USA or UN but its about Humanity. If we saved one Human-being we will save all humanity.

Rohingya Muslims from the state of Arakan in Burma.

  #atrocities    #burma #burmagenocide #Arakan #arakan #killing #murder #wakeup #muslim #muslimsinburma #muslimsgenocide #muslims   #rohingya #rohingyamuslims

Since October 21, organized mobs of Rakhine Buddhist extremist headed by fanatic monks declare campaign to wipe out ethnic Rohingya Muslim from their ancestral land of Minbya, Mrauk-U, Pauktaw, kyaukphy and other part of Burma.The local, state and national government of U Thein Sein are supporting crime against humanity to achieve their dream of Muslim free Arakan and Burma.

You may read it further

http://savetherohingya.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/rohingya-final-wipe-out.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-20108090

Kindly sign this petition and do share to all http://www.change.org/petitions/us-state-department-must-stop-rohingya-ethnic-cleansing-in-burma-initiate-sending-un-peace-keeping-force#share

Free Rohingya Campaign

Since October 21, organized mobs of Rakhine Buddhist extremist headed by fanatic monks declare campaign to wipe out ethnic Rohingya Muslim from their ancestral land of Minbya, Mrauk-U, Pauktaw, kyaukphy and other part of Burma.The local, state and national government of U Thein Sein are supporting crime against humanity to achieve their dream of Muslim free Arakan and Burma.

Many innocent Rohingya Muslim lives and properties in danger due to systematic preplanned process of ethnic cleansing in Arakan Burma. United States and World and all Muslims have moral responsibility to save the lives of innocent people from the inhumane cruelty by the majority Buddhist towards minority Rohingya.United States must send clear signal to Buddhist religious extremist as well as government that USA will never tolerate ethnic cleansing and genocide in Burma.
USA must initiate sending UN peace keeping forces since Majority of Buddhist population and President of Burma are openly asking to expel Rohingya minority out of their ancestral land of Arakan Burma. Without international peace keeping force, more than 1.5 million Rohingya population will be extinct very soon due to mob attack, starvation, physical, psychological, emotional suffering from various kinds of abuses by security forces.

Supporters

  • Min Thit
    Mandalay, Myanmar
    12 minutes ago 
    It is heading to civil war in Myanmar.
  • Nurul Islam
    Chittagong, Bangladesh
    about 1 hour ago 
    To enable surviving Rohingyas from the hands of Rakhines and Myanmar security forces
  • jitka pekarkova
    Prague, Czech Republic
    about 10 hours ago 
    I support only peaceful ways and measures, and more likely by the UN, like the UNHCR, not U.S. separately. This must not be misused for the Western interests.
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    about 10 hours ago 
    because myanmar goverment and rakhine goverment are state terrorism.please peace loving people around world save myanmar muslims from massacre.
  • iris ledesma
    mar del plata, Argentina
    about 11 hours ago 
    por la cruel injusticia que viola los derechos y sostiene los silencios..
  • Anowar Chowdhury
    Doha, Qatar
    about 12 hours ago 
    I do not support any type of killing of an religion
  • syed rashid akhtar
    doha, Qatar
    about 13 hours ago 
    its a matter of muslims being harassed.
  • Tipu Sultan
    Taxila, Pakistan
    about 14 hours ago 
    Killing a human being is killing of all humanity. So have dare to speak against the oppressor is sign of faith. so speak on all floors and Truth have to win and light have to come.
  • fizza ahmad
    lahore, Pakistan
    about 14 hours ago 
    its our duty that’s why
  • adeel qureshi
    karachi, Pakistan
    about 15 hours ago 
    ethnic killing should be stopped 😦
  • mohammed rezuwan
    ansan, Korea, Republic of
    about 15 hours ago 
    stop rohingya ethnic cleansing in myanmar
  • Kamal Koldounn
    Paris, France
    about 16 hours ago 
    Confessional freedom is one of The fondamental human rigths
  • Ahsan Khan
    Islamabad, Pakistan
    about 16 hours ago 
    Humanity, Atrocities and bloodshed should be stop immediately against Muslims.
  • ali sadeghi
    Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
    about 16 hours ago 
    United terrorist states of america behind all of these crimes. İts obvipus from their censored media.
  • ahmet paksoy
    Nif, Turkey
    about 17 hours ago 
    Not US but UN must take action against it. US is perpetrator of this crime. US gave green light for massacre after normalizing ties with Myanmar gov.
  • Paul Deakin
    Douglas, Isle of Man
    about 17 hours ago 
    This is state supported genocide
  • Laila Isti Qomah
    Palangkaraya, Indonesia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Everyone has right to live and to hold their religion according to what they believe. No one can take peoples’ right.
  • Ahmed Alaraibi
    Brisbane, Australia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Deadly massacres and signs of genocide that is committed against the Rohingya ethnic in Burma. INITIATE SENDING UN PEACE KEEPING FORCE!
  • Need Justice
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Killing 100 people in one day is not humanity ! When you can speak against terrorism than why #UN #USA is silent here? You should speak about ‘INNOCENT’ people who are getting killed.
  • William Jones
    Carmarthen, United Kingdom
    about 17 hours ago 
    The world must intervene to stop the killing of the rohingya
  • Ibrahim Mohammad
    Mikkeli, Finland
    about 17 hours ago 
    Because I’m an Rohingya. Brmeses gov and Rakhine are killing and burnning Rohingya’s villages. stop mass killing. UN should immediate peace keeping troops.
  • Rachel Belward
    York, United Kingdom
    about 17 hours ago 
    “Never again” has to mean something.
  • abdul munaf
    Japan
    about 20 hours ago 
    solve rohingyas problem.
  • AMIR HAKIM
    seoul, Korea, Republic of
    about 22 hours ago 
    save rohingya by UN
  • shawkhin yunus
    medan, Indonesia
    about 23 hours ago 
    i agree to send UNHCR peace keeping force to arkan state in myanmar
  • mohammed ishaque
    seoul, Korea, Republic of
    about 23 hours ago 
    urgent need un force to save rohingya.
  • Mayu Khin
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Help the Rohingya, save the Rohingya, please, please, please.
  • Maaung Hla Abu bakar
    yango, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Please send UN forces to Arakan to save Rohingya.
  • Nouman Abulkasim
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    i need urgent UN Security force to send in Arakan state to save Rohingya Muslim.
  • Mr Annawarr Husein
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Urgent help our Rohingya Muslims , please. We are humans. Save us .
  • Dr Kyaw Zeyar Win
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Because I’m Rohingya as well as human.The only reason for such ethnic cleaning on Rohingya is “We are Muslims” . We almost ran out of our voices by asking help. If no action was taken to stop this ethnic cleansing, all our people would have disappeared from Arakan sooner or later.
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    for human right
    because there are a lot of rohingya muslims killing by rakhine terrorist and myanmar state terrorism.please help minority muslims in myanmar.myanmar government is like animals.please please please help muslims
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    rohingya is my life
  • Nora Rowley
    La Grange, IL
    1 day ago 
    Save lives and bring peace to long persecuted and abused fellow human brings
  • Yasmine Ara
    London, United Kingdom
    1 day ago 
    Because I’m rohingya as well as human. We almost ran out of our voices by asking help. If no action was taken to stop this ethnic cleansing, all our people would have disappeared from Arakan sooner or later.
  • Sazaat Ahammed
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    1 day ago 
    Human Rights is for everyone in everywhere. Such inhumane cruelty must not be tolerated! In 21st century State Organized ethnic cleansing must not be tolerated! UN says Rohingya the most persecuted group on this Earth! President Thein Sein said ” Rohingya must be excluded or put in the camp under the coaching of UNHCR. Is this not enough evidence to stop Burmese authorities from Cleansing/Genociding an ethnic group? The question is who will take this step? A> Only US together with EU. Every human-being has obligation to stop this cruelty, but not everyone has the same power. Thus, the world leading countries in all, particularly in Human Rights; United State of America and The European Union can stop, should stop and must stop for the sake of the word “Human Rights”. Otherwise the USA and EU made “Word” “Human Rights” will regret forever.
  • Chetan Patel
    Forest Hills, NY
    1 day ago 
    Government is responsible for protecting rights of minority in any country. In case of Burma, Rohingya are being prosecuted and driven away from their home while Burmese government stands by idly, which is unacceptable.
  • Muhammad Iqbal
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    1 day ago 
    to save Rohingya’s life and properties!
  • Asma Jaan
    Waterloo, Canada
    1 day ago 
    Ethics live with respect to the rightness and wrongness of the choices humans make. this people are living 1000 of year they should live with respect.
  • David Ullathorne
    Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
    1 day ago 
    Many innocent Rohingya Muslim lives and properties in danger due to systematic preplanned process of ethnic cleansing in Arakan state, Burma
  • Feraya Ullathorne
    Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
    2 days ago 
    The Burma military regime has gone too far already. We must do whatever we can to stop the extremely horrendous human rights crimes against the Rohingya who are helpless victims of the barbaric Burmese government and the wild Rakine nationalistic extremists.
  • Misrah Abu
    Portland, OR
    2 days ago 
    lives of people
  • maung maung
    PORTLAND, OR
    2 days ago 
    Stop ethnic cleansing
  • Abdul Jarbar
    Portland, OR
    2 days ago 
    Stop Genocide
  • Nur Hasim
    Kitchener, Canada
    2 days ago 
    To save the Rohingya muslim minority in Myanmar
  • ismail ansari
    Makkah, Saudi Arabia
    2 days ago 
    stop Rohinyga ethnic cleansing
  • Aziz Nur
    Kitchener, Canada
    2 days ago 
    As they are human beings.
  • Kaladan Press Network
    Chittagong, Bangladesh
    3 days ago 
    to rise the issue to international to save the lives of Burmese Muslim ( Rohingya)
  • yusuf Iqbal
    Portland, 
    3 days ago 
    Stop religious persecution
  • Free Rohingya Campaign
    New York, NY

    Human Right

 

Rohingya: Final Wipe Out?

News is breaking of another clearance of the Rohingya Muslims from the state of Arakan in Burma. This could be worse than the last if urgent action is not taken. They have been given until 25th October to get out of their homes or face violence, but burnings of homes and killings have already begun. I have gathered all the news I could find on this here. Please let your governments and media outlets know this is a tragedy happening NOW. (this page will be updated as new links are found on this crisis)

25th Oct

Kyauk Pru Refugee(25-10-2012)

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As the racist maugs walking around with sticks and weapons, villages burnt to ashes

Please see @Aungaungsittwe and https://plus.google.com/photos/101220847155228357407/albums/5803174743090174673?banner=pwa for more recent images from Burma

Burma Massacre Fears: Reports of Phase II Expulsion of Unwanted Rohingya

Two Rohingya callers report. 90 herded into boat then men shot women raped. 1000 fled into mountains around Sittwe.
http://phuketwan.com/tourism/burma-massacre-fears-reports-phase-expulsion-unwanted-rohingya-16920/

Kyaukpyu’s Muslim Quarter Razed to the Ground

Noone left in Muslim quarter. All heading to Sittwe in boats, or killed, with weapons such as machetes. Eleven admitted to hospital.
http://www.irrawaddy.org/archives/17309

 

Students call for removal of Rohingya villages

More than 800 students joined a rally to call for an end to “studying with terrorist Bengalis” and for the removal of Muslim villages on the road to the university.
http://www.mizzima.com/news/inside-burma/8287-students-call-for-removal-of-rohingya-villages.html

Muslims in Myae Pon are starving, Chief Police Officer Is Leading the Violence

Refugees fear death by starvation.Reports that Police Chief Thar San is leading the killing.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6896

Police accused of provocation in Burma violence

A Burmese Muslim politician says local police in Burma’s Rakhine state are instigating violence
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/2012-10-25/police-accused-of-provocation-in-burma-violence/1036154

Violence in Arakan Spread to Kyaut Taw Today

At 6:30 AM, Rakhines have started burning down houses at Lat Saung Kaut village. Those fleeing the area were shot by the Rakhine Army. local witness reports 7 deaths.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6912

Three Ferries Carrying Muslim Refugees Were Attacked in Arakan: Many Died

3 ferries reported as attacked the previous day, and victims including women chopped up. One 10 year old boy escaped.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6905

Setting fire and killing Rohingyas resumes in Kyauk Taw

Burning of 20 houses began at 5.30am whilst Muslims praying in the mosque. Two shot dead, one seriously injured.
http://www.rohingyablogger.com/2012/10/setting-fire-and-killing-rohingyas.html

24th Oct

Ultimatum issued to get out of houses by 25th October 

Reports of firefighters arriving with tank full of petrol instead of water to put on blazing homes.

Security in Pak Taw Township Now Uncertain

Village told by secuirty forces they could not be protected. Seven men went to hire ferries to help villagers escape but the Rakhines arrested them. ‘Since they are in Rakhines’ hands, they won’t come alive. Their bodies won’t even come back.’
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6908

News of Rohingya in Pauktaw, Mre Bon and Kaukphyu Tsp

Pauktaw: Men slaughtered in front of women and children in river, young boy espaped. Kyauk Phyu: 600 killed trying to escape by boat.  Mre Bon: 600 homes burnt, deaths unknown.

Rohingyas Float Dead in River As Fish 

3000 homes burnt to ground. 100 corpses floating after boat overturned just one 13 year old escaped. 1300 stuck on river bank got just a few hours to escape or be killed.
More than 15,000 floating in boats fate unknown. Rakhines planning to kill the people in the boats.

Not Expecting to See Sunlight – 2000 Rohingya Await Death

In Minbya, the only remaining Rohingya village, Lombaichar, has 850 Rohingya homes which are now completely encircled by a 7,000 strong Rakhine force. 2000 remaining Rohingya do not expect to see sunlight.
http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/not-expecting-to-see-sunlight-2000-rohingya-await-death
Above article ‘expressed fear that Kyauk Pru island town has been comletely over-run – leaving 10,000 displaced after all houses were razed and burnt to ashes’. That’s got to be good news for this project about to begin:

300 Trapped Awaiting Death

Other than death, other options seem completely unlikely.
http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/300-rohingya-trapped-awaiting-death
 

Hundreds Killed and Thousands of Homes Destroyed in Arakan State

Eyewitness account of approximately 100 + 350 women and children + 200 (total 650) slaughtered, 600 + 100 + 600 homes burnt (total 1300 homes), plus people jumping in river with nowhere to go.

Burma’s Rohingya face ‘new wave of violence’

‘suggests that a concerted campaign has begun to drive Rohingya out of this district’

Latest News on Rakhine Terror in Arakan State (Oct 24 @ 11: 30AM)

Eyewitness reports, people chopped up with swords, women and children put on boats but Navy threaten to shoot them. Fire on four sides, people with nowhere to go.

Rakhine Student Union in Sittwe to Remove Muslims from Villages and Schools

Rally gathering now in Sittwe.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6814

Burma clashes spread to new districts

Even the government says 1,000 homes have been burnt (so it must be bad!)
http://www.rmcg.org.uk/news-p34

Anti-Muslim Hate Letters Spreading in Yangon Outskirts

Hate letters are now being distributed by the Patriotic Youth Network with propaganda to turn people against the Rohingya Muslims
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6832

23rd Oct

More than 800 houses burn out in Minbya and Maruk-U

Rohingya Unrest Continues – 100 killed

100 feared dead, 26 raped, 200,000 stranded in homes with nowhere to go.

Rakhine Terroristsand RNDP Party are Meeting in Mrauk Oo and Minbya Tsps for Further Killing of Rohingya

Police tell Rohingya to leave villages or be killed

16 Oct Demonstration Against Muslim Office: Monks Whipped Up in the Hatred (preparation for massacre?)

Leaked video footage from June 2012

http://www.rohingyablogger.com/2012/10/a-documentary-video-on-genocides.html

Remember Rohingya, a Restless Beings Report

http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/remember-rohingya-a-restless-beings-report

Source:

Save The Rohingya

Rohingya: #Rohingya: Final Wipe Out?


The only thing matter to us is Humanity, and stop this genocide and killing so we should raise our voice with all supporting the cause.


O Allah Help us and wake the wealthy and wise Muslims and People with Faith(Emaan) to let them help the world. And help us awake the one good being and may be rest awake themselves. O God raise the people from us and make us strong enough to help the needy in all times

Its not about who is who but its about us. What we are doing is more important than what others doing. We have to answer for us and they have for them. Kindly do your part well and being a good being and good Muslim we should left all to ALLAH as ALLAH knows the best and ALLAH is all knowledge and information. ALLAH is start and ALLAH is end. and Honestly our struggle starts from us for Humanity and all good causes.

Only 97 Signed the petition
Dear all brothers and sisters let us not worry who is who and what is what. Raise your voice or send a boat or rescue the people by any means possibles. If few are sleeping or few our short of resources You can at-least raise your voices as there is a very clear line between right and wrong and distinction and difference. So Please raise your voice so other day someone can raise for you or us. Its not about USA or UN but its about Humanity. If we saved one Human-being we will save all humanity.

Rohingya Muslims from the state of Arakan in Burma.

  #atrocities    #burma #burmagenocide #Arakan #arakan #killing #murder #wakeup #muslim #muslimsinburma #muslimsgenocide #muslims   #rohingya #rohingyamuslims

Since October 21, organized mobs of Rakhine Buddhist extremist headed by fanatic monks declare campaign to wipe out ethnic Rohingya Muslim from their ancestral land of Minbya, Mrauk-U, Pauktaw, kyaukphy and other part of Burma.The local, state and national government of U Thein Sein are supporting crime against humanity to achieve their dream of Muslim free Arakan and Burma.

You may read it further

http://savetherohingya.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/rohingya-final-wipe-out.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-20108090

http://www.elmundo.es/albumes/2012/10/27/rohingya/index.html

Kindly sign this petition and do share to all http://www.change.org/petitions/us-state-department-must-stop-rohingya-ethnic-cleansing-in-burma-initiate-sending-un-peace-keeping-force#share

Free Rohingya Campaign

Since October 21, organized mobs of Rakhine Buddhist extremist headed by fanatic monks declare campaign to wipe out ethnic Rohingya Muslim from their ancestral land of Minbya, Mrauk-U, Pauktaw, kyaukphy and other part of Burma.The local, state and national government of U Thein Sein are supporting crime against humanity to achieve their dream of Muslim free Arakan and Burma.

Many innocent Rohingya Muslim lives and properties in danger due to systematic preplanned process of ethnic cleansing in Arakan Burma. United States and World and all Muslims have moral responsibility to save the lives of innocent people from the inhumane cruelty by the majority Buddhist towards minority Rohingya.United States must send clear signal to Buddhist religious extremist as well as government that USA will never tolerate ethnic cleansing and genocide in Burma.
USA must initiate sending UN peace keeping forces since Majority of Buddhist population and President of Burma are openly asking to expel Rohingya minority out of their ancestral land of Arakan Burma. Without international peace keeping force, more than 1.5 million Rohingya population will be extinct very soon due to mob attack, starvation, physical, psychological, emotional suffering from various kinds of abuses by security forces.

Supporters

  • Min Thit
    Mandalay, Myanmar
    12 minutes ago 
    It is heading to civil war in Myanmar.
  • Nurul Islam
    Chittagong, Bangladesh
    about 1 hour ago 
    To enable surviving Rohingyas from the hands of Rakhines and Myanmar security forces
  • jitka pekarkova
    Prague, Czech Republic
    about 10 hours ago 
    I support only peaceful ways and measures, and more likely by the UN, like the UNHCR, not U.S. separately. This must not be misused for the Western interests.
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    about 10 hours ago 
    because myanmar goverment and rakhine goverment are state terrorism.please peace loving people around world save myanmar muslims from massacre.
  • iris ledesma
    mar del plata, Argentina
    about 11 hours ago 
    por la cruel injusticia que viola los derechos y sostiene los silencios..
  • Anowar Chowdhury
    Doha, Qatar
    about 12 hours ago 
    I do not support any type of killing of an religion
  • syed rashid akhtar
    doha, Qatar
    about 13 hours ago 
    its a matter of muslims being harassed.
  • Tipu Sultan
    Taxila, Pakistan
    about 14 hours ago 
    Killing a human being is killing of all humanity. So have dare to speak against the oppressor is sign of faith. so speak on all floors and Truth have to win and light have to come.
  • fizza ahmad
    lahore, Pakistan
    about 14 hours ago 
    its our duty that’s why
  • adeel qureshi
    karachi, Pakistan
    about 15 hours ago 
    ethnic killing should be stopped 😦
  • mohammed rezuwan
    ansan, Korea, Republic of
    about 15 hours ago 
    stop rohingya ethnic cleansing in myanmar
  • Kamal Koldounn
    Paris, France
    about 16 hours ago 
    Confessional freedom is one of The fondamental human rigths
  • Ahsan Khan
    Islamabad, Pakistan
    about 16 hours ago 
    Humanity, Atrocities and bloodshed should be stop immediately against Muslims.
  • ali sadeghi
    Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of
    about 16 hours ago 
    United terrorist states of america behind all of these crimes. İts obvipus from their censored media.
  • ahmet paksoy
    Nif, Turkey
    about 17 hours ago 
    Not US but UN must take action against it. US is perpetrator of this crime. US gave green light for massacre after normalizing ties with Myanmar gov.
  • Paul Deakin
    Douglas, Isle of Man
    about 17 hours ago 
    This is state supported genocide
  • Laila Isti Qomah
    Palangkaraya, Indonesia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Everyone has right to live and to hold their religion according to what they believe. No one can take peoples’ right.
  • Ahmed Alaraibi
    Brisbane, Australia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Deadly massacres and signs of genocide that is committed against the Rohingya ethnic in Burma. INITIATE SENDING UN PEACE KEEPING FORCE!
  • Need Justice
    Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    about 17 hours ago 
    Killing 100 people in one day is not humanity ! When you can speak against terrorism than why #UN #USA is silent here? You should speak about ‘INNOCENT’ people who are getting killed.
  • William Jones
    Carmarthen, United Kingdom
    about 17 hours ago 
    The world must intervene to stop the killing of the rohingya
  • Ibrahim Mohammad
    Mikkeli, Finland
    about 17 hours ago 
    Because I’m an Rohingya. Brmeses gov and Rakhine are killing and burnning Rohingya’s villages. stop mass killing. UN should immediate peace keeping troops.
  • Rachel Belward
    York, United Kingdom
    about 17 hours ago 
    “Never again” has to mean something.
  • abdul munaf
    Japan
    about 20 hours ago 
    solve rohingyas problem.
  • AMIR HAKIM
    seoul, Korea, Republic of
    about 22 hours ago 
    save rohingya by UN
  • shawkhin yunus
    medan, Indonesia
    about 23 hours ago 
    i agree to send UNHCR peace keeping force to arkan state in myanmar
  • mohammed ishaque
    seoul, Korea, Republic of
    about 23 hours ago 
    urgent need un force to save rohingya.
  • Mayu Khin
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Help the Rohingya, save the Rohingya, please, please, please.
  • Maaung Hla Abu bakar
    yango, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Please send UN forces to Arakan to save Rohingya.
  • Nouman Abulkasim
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    i need urgent UN Security force to send in Arakan state to save Rohingya Muslim.
  • Mr Annawarr Husein
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Urgent help our Rohingya Muslims , please. We are humans. Save us .
  • Dr Kyaw Zeyar Win
    Yangon, Myanmar
    1 day ago 
    Because I’m Rohingya as well as human.The only reason for such ethnic cleaning on Rohingya is “We are Muslims” . We almost ran out of our voices by asking help. If no action was taken to stop this ethnic cleansing, all our people would have disappeared from Arakan sooner or later.
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    for human right
    because there are a lot of rohingya muslims killing by rakhine terrorist and myanmar state terrorism.please help minority muslims in myanmar.myanmar government is like animals.please please please help muslims
  • mohammad anwar
    jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    1 day ago 
    rohingya is my life
  • Nora Rowley
    La Grange, IL
    1 day ago 
    Save lives and bring peace to long persecuted and abused fellow human brings
  • Yasmine Ara
    London, United Kingdom
    1 day ago 
    Because I’m rohingya as well as human. We almost ran out of our voices by asking help. If no action was taken to stop this ethnic cleansing, all our people would have disappeared from Arakan sooner or later.
  • Sazaat Ahammed
    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    1 day ago 
    Human Rights is for everyone in everywhere. Such inhumane cruelty must not be tolerated! In 21st century State Organized ethnic cleansing must not be tolerated! UN says Rohingya the most persecuted group on this Earth! President Thein Sein said ” Rohingya must be excluded or put in the camp under the coaching of UNHCR. Is this not enough evidence to stop Burmese authorities from Cleansing/Genociding an ethnic group? The question is who will take this step? A> Only US together with EU. Every human-being has obligation to stop this cruelty, but not everyone has the same power. Thus, the world leading countries in all, particularly in Human Rights; United State of America and The European Union can stop, should stop and must stop for the sake of the word “Human Rights”. Otherwise the USA and EU made “Word” “Human Rights” will regret forever.
  • Chetan Patel
    Forest Hills, NY
    1 day ago 
    Government is responsible for protecting rights of minority in any country. In case of Burma, Rohingya are being prosecuted and driven away from their home while Burmese government stands by idly, which is unacceptable.
  • Muhammad Iqbal
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    1 day ago 
    to save Rohingya’s life and properties!
  • Asma Jaan
    Waterloo, Canada
    1 day ago 
    Ethics live with respect to the rightness and wrongness of the choices humans make. this people are living 1000 of year they should live with respect.
  • David Ullathorne
    Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
    1 day ago 
    Many innocent Rohingya Muslim lives and properties in danger due to systematic preplanned process of ethnic cleansing in Arakan state, Burma
  • Feraya Ullathorne
    Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
    2 days ago 
    The Burma military regime has gone too far already. We must do whatever we can to stop the extremely horrendous human rights crimes against the Rohingya who are helpless victims of the barbaric Burmese government and the wild Rakine nationalistic extremists.
  • Misrah Abu
    Portland, OR
    2 days ago 
    lives of people
  • maung maung
    PORTLAND, OR
    2 days ago 
    Stop ethnic cleansing
  • Abdul Jarbar
    Portland, OR
    2 days ago 
    Stop Genocide
  • Nur Hasim
    Kitchener, Canada
    2 days ago 
    To save the Rohingya muslim minority in Myanmar
  • ismail ansari
    Makkah, Saudi Arabia
    2 days ago 
    stop Rohinyga ethnic cleansing
  • Aziz Nur
    Kitchener, Canada
    2 days ago 
    As they are human beings.
  • Kaladan Press Network
    Chittagong, Bangladesh
    3 days ago 
    to rise the issue to international to save the lives of Burmese Muslim ( Rohingya)
  • yusuf Iqbal
    Portland, 
    3 days ago 
    Stop religious persecution
  • Free Rohingya Campaign
    New York, NY

    Human Right

 

Rohingya: Final Wipe Out?

News is breaking of another clearance of the Rohingya Muslims from the state of Arakan in Burma. This could be worse than the last if urgent action is not taken. They have been given until 25th October to get out of their homes or face violence, but burnings of homes and killings have already begun. I have gathered all the news I could find on this here. Please let your governments and media outlets know this is a tragedy happening NOW. (this page will be updated as new links are found on this crisis)

25th Oct

Kyauk Pru Refugee(25-10-2012)

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As the racist maugs walking around with sticks and weapons, villages burnt to ashes

Please see @Aungaungsittwe and https://plus.google.com/photos/101220847155228357407/albums/5803174743090174673?banner=pwa for more recent images from Burma

Burma Massacre Fears: Reports of Phase II Expulsion of Unwanted Rohingya

Two Rohingya callers report. 90 herded into boat then men shot women raped. 1000 fled into mountains around Sittwe.
http://phuketwan.com/tourism/burma-massacre-fears-reports-phase-expulsion-unwanted-rohingya-16920/

Kyaukpyu’s Muslim Quarter Razed to the Ground

Noone left in Muslim quarter. All heading to Sittwe in boats, or killed, with weapons such as machetes. Eleven admitted to hospital.
http://www.irrawaddy.org/archives/17309

 

Students call for removal of Rohingya villages

More than 800 students joined a rally to call for an end to “studying with terrorist Bengalis” and for the removal of Muslim villages on the road to the university.
http://www.mizzima.com/news/inside-burma/8287-students-call-for-removal-of-rohingya-villages.html

Muslims in Myae Pon are starving, Chief Police Officer Is Leading the Violence

Refugees fear death by starvation.Reports that Police Chief Thar San is leading the killing.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6896

Police accused of provocation in Burma violence

A Burmese Muslim politician says local police in Burma’s Rakhine state are instigating violence
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/2012-10-25/police-accused-of-provocation-in-burma-violence/1036154

Violence in Arakan Spread to Kyaut Taw Today

At 6:30 AM, Rakhines have started burning down houses at Lat Saung Kaut village. Those fleeing the area were shot by the Rakhine Army. local witness reports 7 deaths.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6912

Three Ferries Carrying Muslim Refugees Were Attacked in Arakan: Many Died

3 ferries reported as attacked the previous day, and victims including women chopped up. One 10 year old boy escaped.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6905

Setting fire and killing Rohingyas resumes in Kyauk Taw

Burning of 20 houses began at 5.30am whilst Muslims praying in the mosque. Two shot dead, one seriously injured.
http://www.rohingyablogger.com/2012/10/setting-fire-and-killing-rohingyas.html

24th Oct

Ultimatum issued to get out of houses by 25th October 

Reports of firefighters arriving with tank full of petrol instead of water to put on blazing homes.

Security in Pak Taw Township Now Uncertain

Village told by secuirty forces they could not be protected. Seven men went to hire ferries to help villagers escape but the Rakhines arrested them. ‘Since they are in Rakhines’ hands, they won’t come alive. Their bodies won’t even come back.’
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6908

News of Rohingya in Pauktaw, Mre Bon and Kaukphyu Tsp

Pauktaw: Men slaughtered in front of women and children in river, young boy espaped. Kyauk Phyu: 600 killed trying to escape by boat.  Mre Bon: 600 homes burnt, deaths unknown.

Rohingyas Float Dead in River As Fish 

3000 homes burnt to ground. 100 corpses floating after boat overturned just one 13 year old escaped. 1300 stuck on river bank got just a few hours to escape or be killed.
More than 15,000 floating in boats fate unknown. Rakhines planning to kill the people in the boats.

Not Expecting to See Sunlight – 2000 Rohingya Await Death

In Minbya, the only remaining Rohingya village, Lombaichar, has 850 Rohingya homes which are now completely encircled by a 7,000 strong Rakhine force. 2000 remaining Rohingya do not expect to see sunlight.
http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/not-expecting-to-see-sunlight-2000-rohingya-await-death
Above article ‘expressed fear that Kyauk Pru island town has been comletely over-run – leaving 10,000 displaced after all houses were razed and burnt to ashes’. That’s got to be good news for this project about to begin:

300 Trapped Awaiting Death

Other than death, other options seem completely unlikely.
http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/300-rohingya-trapped-awaiting-death
 

Hundreds Killed and Thousands of Homes Destroyed in Arakan State

Eyewitness account of approximately 100 + 350 women and children + 200 (total 650) slaughtered, 600 + 100 + 600 homes burnt (total 1300 homes), plus people jumping in river with nowhere to go.

Burma’s Rohingya face ‘new wave of violence’

‘suggests that a concerted campaign has begun to drive Rohingya out of this district’

Latest News on Rakhine Terror in Arakan State (Oct 24 @ 11: 30AM)

Eyewitness reports, people chopped up with swords, women and children put on boats but Navy threaten to shoot them. Fire on four sides, people with nowhere to go.

Rakhine Student Union in Sittwe to Remove Muslims from Villages and Schools

Rally gathering now in Sittwe.
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6814

Burma clashes spread to new districts

Even the government says 1,000 homes have been burnt (so it must be bad!)
http://www.rmcg.org.uk/news-p34

Anti-Muslim Hate Letters Spreading in Yangon Outskirts

Hate letters are now being distributed by the Patriotic Youth Network with propaganda to turn people against the Rohingya Muslims
http://news.mmsy.info/news/6832

23rd Oct

More than 800 houses burn out in Minbya and Maruk-U

Rohingya Unrest Continues – 100 killed

100 feared dead, 26 raped, 200,000 stranded in homes with nowhere to go.

Rakhine Terroristsand RNDP Party are Meeting in Mrauk Oo and Minbya Tsps for Further Killing of Rohingya

Police tell Rohingya to leave villages or be killed

16 Oct Demonstration Against Muslim Office: Monks Whipped Up in the Hatred (preparation for massacre?)

Leaked video footage from June 2012

http://www.rohingyablogger.com/2012/10/a-documentary-video-on-genocides.html

Remember Rohingya, a Restless Beings Report

http://www.restlessbeings.org/projects/rohingya/remember-rohingya-a-restless-beings-report

Source:

Save The Rohingya

Real Face of Terrorism


When America takes 1 million lives in Iraq for oil : not terrorism
When serpes rape Muslim women in Kosovo/Bosnia : not terrorism
When Russians kill 200,000 Chechens in bombing : not terrorism
When Jews kick out Palestinian and take their land : not terrorism
When America drones kill entire family in Afghanistan /Pakistan : not terrorism
When Israel kills 10,000 Lebanese civilians due to 2 missing soldiers :*not terrorism*
When Muslims retaliate and show you how treat us : terrorism
In seems like the word “terrorism” is only reserved for Muslims
As I Am Muslim Its My Duty 2 ClearAll Doubt Abt Islam
 My Religion Is Teaching Me To Fight Against Evil And Injustice, And I Do That In The Right Way, I AM Called A “Terrorist”
Today The International Media Specially Western Media They Are Saying That…”All Muslims Are Not Terrorist But All Terrorist Are Muslim.”
But If You Go Back To The History Of The World You Will Find 100% Falsehood In This Statement
 For Example:
1)In The History Of The World Who Has Killed Maximum Innocent Human Beings?????
 “Hitler”
 Do You Know Who Was He?????
 He Was A Christian?????? ??
 But Media Will Never Say That Christians Are Terrorist!!!!!
2)Joseph Stalin Called As Uncle Joe
 “He Has Killed 20 Million Human Beings Including 14.5 Million WereStarved To Death”
 Was He Muslim??
3) Mao Tse Tsung (China)
 “He Has Killed 14 To 20 Million Human Beings.”
 Was He Muslim??
4) Benito Mussolini (Italy)
 “He Has Killed 400 Thousand Human Being.
 Was He Muslim??
5) Ashoka
 “In Kalinga Battle He Has Killed 100Thousand Human Being.
 Was He Muslim??
6) Embargo Put By
 George Bush
 In Iraq 1/2 Million Children Has Been Killed In Iraq Alone!!!
 Imagine This People Are Never Called Terrorist By The Media.
 Why??
As well much other crimes has done in palestine, and Afghanistan by US forces on killing of innocent civilians [kids and women].      
for further detail you can search on net.
 Today The Majority Of The Non Muslims Are Afraid By Hearing TheWords “Jihad
 Jihad Is An Arabic Word Which Comes From Root Arabic Word”Jahad” Which Means “To Strive” Or “To Struggle”
 *To Strive Or Struggle” Against Evil And ForJustice, It Does Not Mean Killing Innocents ,The Difference is We Stand Against Evil , Not With Evil”*

Writer:

Meera Adam

You may read Role of Media:

Deceptive Media

Real Face of Terrorism


When America takes 1 million lives in Iraq for oil : not terrorism
When serpes rape Muslim women in Kosovo/Bosnia : not terrorism
When Russians kill 200,000 Chechens in bombing : not terrorism
When Jews kick out Palestinian and take their land : not terrorism
When America drones kill entire family in Afghanistan /Pakistan : not terrorism
When Israel kills 10,000 Lebanese civilians due to 2 missing soldiers :*not terrorism*
When Muslims retaliate and show you how treat us : terrorism
In seems like the word “terrorism” is only reserved for Muslims
As I Am Muslim Its My Duty 2 ClearAll Doubt Abt Islam
 My Religion Is Teaching Me To Fight Against Evil And Injustice, And I Do That In The Right Way, I AM Called A “Terrorist”
Today The International Media Specially Western Media They Are Saying That…”All Muslims Are Not Terrorist But All Terrorist Are Muslim.”
But If You Go Back To The History Of The World You Will Find 100% Falsehood In This Statement
 For Example:
1)In The History Of The World Who Has Killed Maximum Innocent Human Beings?????
 “Hitler”
 Do You Know Who Was He?????
 He Was A Christian?????? ??
 But Media Will Never Say That Christians Are Terrorist!!!!!
2)Joseph Stalin Called As Uncle Joe
 “He Has Killed 20 Million Human Beings Including 14.5 Million WereStarved To Death”
 Was He Muslim??
3) Mao Tse Tsung (China)
 “He Has Killed 14 To 20 Million Human Beings.”
 Was He Muslim??
4) Benito Mussolini (Italy)
 “He Has Killed 400 Thousand Human Being.
 Was He Muslim??
5) Ashoka
 “In Kalinga Battle He Has Killed 100Thousand Human Being.
 Was He Muslim??
6) Embargo Put By
 George Bush
 In Iraq 1/2 Million Children Has Been Killed In Iraq Alone!!!
 Imagine This People Are Never Called Terrorist By The Media.
 Why??
As well much other crimes has done in palestine, and Afghanistan by US forces on killing of innocent civilians [kids and women].      
for further detail you can search on net.
 Today The Majority Of The Non Muslims Are Afraid By Hearing TheWords “Jihad
 Jihad Is An Arabic Word Which Comes From Root Arabic Word”Jahad” Which Means “To Strive” Or “To Struggle”
 *To Strive Or Struggle” Against Evil And ForJustice, It Does Not Mean Killing Innocents ,The Difference is We Stand Against Evil , Not With Evil”*

Writer:

Meera Adam

You may read Role of Media:

Deceptive Media