Rohingya Muslims’ Plight Ignored by Biased Main Stream Media


Rohingya Muslims Plight Ignored By Main Stream MediaJNN 08 Jan 2014 Yangoon : Western- and even Muslim world- media are so much preoccupied with terrorism and bombings these days that they seem to have forgotten the troubles of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims. Continue reading

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10 Killed several Injured as Clashes Erupts after Mosques set on fire, between Muslim Rohingya and Buddhist Extremist in Myanmar


Rohingya Muslims Houses set on fire by Extremist BudhistJNN 22 Mar 2013 Yangoon : At least ten people in Myanmar have been killed with five wounded as extremist Buddhists set fire to several mosques in the city of Meiktila.

The death toll from clashes between extremist Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas in central Myanmar has risen to at least 10 people, an MP says.

Clashes erupted late on Wednesday between extremist Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas, according to a report issued by the Myanmar Police Force.

Police imposed an overnight curfew to control the situation, saying that at least three mosques had been destroyed.

“The situation is unpredictable,” said a local man, adding, “I can’t guess what will happen next. The violence could get worse.”

The unrest comes amid heightened tensions between the two sides which have left at least 180 people dead and more than a 100,000 Muslims displaced since June 2012.

On October 21, 2012, at least 11 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar were killed after extremist Buddhists set fire to their houses in two Muslim villages in the city of Sittwe in the western Rakhine state.

The silence of the human rights organizations toward abuses against the Rohingya Muslims has emboldened the extremist Buddhists and Myanmar’s government forces.

The Buddhist-majority government of Myanmar refuses to recognize Rohingyas and has classified them as illegal migrants, even though the Rohingyas are said to be Muslim descendants of Persian, Turkish, Bengali, and Pathan origin, who migrated to Myanmar as early as the 8th century.

According to a statement released by Win Htein, a member of the opposition National League for Democracy party, on Thursday, “More than 10 people were killed.”

Clashes erupted late on Wednesday after extremist Buddhists set fire to several mosques in the city of Meiktila. Police imposed an overnight curfew to control the situation, saying that at least three mosques had been destroyed.

The unrest comes amid heightened tensions between the two sides which have left at least 180 people dead and more than a 100,000 Muslims displaced since June 2012.

On October 21, 2012, at least 11 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar were killed after extremist Buddhists set fire to their houses in two Muslim villages in the city of Sittwe in the western Rakhine state.

The silence of the human rights organizations toward abuses against the Rohingya Muslims has emboldened the extremist Buddhists and Myanmar’s government forces.

The Buddhist-majority government of Myanmar refuses to recognize Rohingyas and has classified them as illegal migrants, even though the Rohingyas are said to be Muslim descendants of Persian, Turkish, Bengali, and Pathan origin, who migrated to Myanmar as early as the 8th century.

Terrorist carry out mass bomb attack in east Syria, while terrorist groups in Lebanon shell Syrian Army positions


Car-bomb-attack-jolts-Syria’s-Deir-al-ZourJNN 19 Mar 2013 Damascus : Foreign-backed Terrorist in Syria have carried out a huge car bomb attack and stormed a landmark building in the eastern city of Deir el-Zour. Terrorist groups inside Lebanon have shelled Syrian Army positions near the Lebanese border, where Damascus is beefing up its military forces, Press reports. Continue reading

Syrian Army Drives out Terrorist from Several Areas , who were engaged in destroying religious Sites


Syrian Army drives out TerroristJNN 25 Jan 2013 Damascus : The Syrian Army has managed to drive foreign-backed militants out of different locations in Syria , these foreign Terrorist are engaged in destroying and Looting Religious sites. Continue reading

Al-Qaeda chief’s brother arrest in Syria , Proves the nexus of US and Al Qaeda


Al Qaeda Leader's Brother Muhammad Al ZawahiJNN 07 Jan 2012 Damascus : The Arrest of Muhammad Al Zawahiri The brother of al-Qaeda’s head Ayman al-Zawahiri by Syrian military forces in the city of Dara’a, southwest of the capital Damascus, clearly proves that the US and Saudi Governments which on record are sponsoring Insurgency in Syria , are not only Destabilizing the region , but are also the sponsors and Creators of  Al Qaeda, and Promoting Terrorism world wide through Their Proxies Like Al Qaida and Taliban. Continue reading

Al-Qaeda chief's brother arrest in Syria , Proves the nexus of US and Al Qaeda


Al Qaeda Leader's Brother Muhammad Al ZawahiJNN 07 Jan 2012 Damascus : The Arrest of Muhammad Al Zawahiri The brother of al-Qaeda’s head Ayman al-Zawahiri by Syrian military forces in the city of Dara’a, southwest of the capital Damascus, clearly proves that the US and Saudi Governments which on record are sponsoring Insurgency in Syria , are not only Destabilizing the region , but are also the sponsors and Creators of  Al Qaeda, and Promoting Terrorism world wide through Their Proxies Like Al Qaida and Taliban. Continue reading

Protesters around the World denounces Rohingya Muslims massacre in Myanmar


 

JNN 30 July 2012 Moscow : Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia , Russia and other countries to condemn the massacre of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.Shia Muslims in Russia have lashed out at international organizations for keeping silent about the mass slaughter of ethnic Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. Continue reading

Latest Protest in Norway & Germany against Shia Target Killing in Pakistan , But Pakistani government still Unawake


JNN 10 May 2012 Hamburg : A protest demonstration was held in Hamburg city of Germany on April 28 to condemn the genocide of Shia Muslims in Quetta city of Pakistan. Protesters were holding banners and placards with slogans urging the international community to take action and stop a genocide-in-making. Placards read “Stop Hazara (ethnic of Shia Muslims) Genocide” in German language. Continue reading

Thousands stage Protest in Austria , Sweden, Canada against the Shia Target Killing in Pakistan


JNN 30 April 2012 Stockholm : Hundreds of protesters including human rights activists held a protest demonstration in Malmo, Sweden against the Shia Target Killing  of innocent Shi’a Muslims across Pakistan. Continue reading