Unstoppable Violence against Muslims of Myanmar is a challenge to Democracy


Violence against Muslims of Myanmar UnstopableJNN 27 Oct 2013 UNITED NATIONS – Violence against a Muslim minority in Myanmar is feeding a wider anti-Muslim feeling that poses a serious threat to the country’s dramatic economic and political reforms as it emerges from half a century of military rule, a U.N. envoy said on Thursday. Continue reading

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Buddhist Mob kill Muslim woman and Burn Dozens of Houses in Myanmar


Myanmar Muslims take refuge in ForestJNN 04 Oct 2013 Yangoon : Buddhist mobs in western Myanmar have launched fresh arson attacks against Rohingya Muslims, killing an old woman and burning many houses. Continue reading

13 children Dead in a fire at a Mosque in Yangoon, Myanmar


Police stand in front of a mosque and school dormitory that were damaged by a fire in Yangon

JNN 10 Apr 2013 YANGON, Myanmar,: Police in Myanmar said they were investigating the head of a mosque and a Muslim teacher for possible negligence after a pre-dawn fire swept a religious dormitory Tuesday, killing 13 children in a blaze that raised new concern over sectarian tensions that have plagued the country since anti-Muslim violence hit the nation’s heartland last month. Continue reading

Myanmar Buddhist Extremist Burn down Mosques , Muslims homes in fresh attacks as Violence Spreads in other Towns


Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims Mosque Burnt.JNN 28 Mar 2013 YANGON, Myanmar – Anti-Muslim mobs rampaged through three more towns in Myanmar’s predominantly Buddhist heartland over the weekend, destroying mosques and burning dozens of homes despite government efforts to stop the nation’s latest outbreak of sectarian violence from spreading. Continue reading

Buddhist Rakhkine Community not ready to live with Rohingya Muslims , Mass Migration of Rohingya Refugees now living in Karachi , Pakistan


JNN 25 Aug 2012 Karachi : Myanmar’s president says people in the western state of Rakhine cannot accept Rohingya Muslims as their fellow citizens amid a hate campaign led by Buddhist extremists.As a result of it Over 200,000 displaced Rohingya Muslims are living in slums in the suburbs of the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi,Press reports. 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