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This lol thread to treat and perceived Islam as evil and look at how @Song Hong depict Muslim as cruel people with what i bold

@waz @krash @Horus why this kind of thread can be exist till now

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This not only personal attack, but negative campaign against Islam and how this kind of picture and description spread among non Muslim pdf user Will give a precedence against more Holocaust type of attack against Muslim community around the globe. I think you should permanently banned him/her from pdf.
 
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By observation, there are 20% of Muslims in Yangon.

All mosque in Yangon full of Bangladeshi, Tamil, Panthay keep bursting with prayers. Not a single one is burned down. Muslims are respected in this former capital.

People practice Islam freely.

All race and religion live in peace, Muslims, Indians, Barmese, Chinese.

Sure better than Saudi.

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Genocide threat for Myanmar’s Rohingya greater than ever, investigators warn Human Rights Council

16 September 2019
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Rohingya refugees fleeing conflict and persecution in Myanmar.

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Hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya who remain in Myanmar may face a greater threat of genocide than ever, amid Government attempts to “erase their identity and remove them from the country”, UN-appointed independent investigators said on Monday.

In a report detailing alleged violations in Myanmar over the last year, the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission, insists that many of the conditions that led to “killings, rapes and gang rapes, torture, forced displacement and other grave rights violations” by the country’s military, that prompted some 700,000 Rohingya to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh in 2017, are still present.


Citing the lack of accountability for the perpetrators of these alleged crimes, as well as the failure by Myanmar “to investigate genocide and to enact effective legislation criminalizing and punishing genocide”, the UN-appointed independent panel concludes “that the evidence that infers genocidal intent on the part of the State…has strengthened, that there is a serious risk that genocidal actions may occur or recur”.

Echoing those findings, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee told the Human Rights Council earlier on Monday that Myanmar had “done nothing to dismantle the system of violence and persecution” against the Rohingya who live in the “same dire circumstances that they did, prior to the events of August 2017”.

Citing satellite imagery of destroyed Rohingya villages, Ms. Lee questioned Myanmar’s assertion that it rebuilt areas affected by the violence, given that there were “six military bases that have been built on the site of destroyed Rohingya villages”.

Of nearly 400 Rohingya villages apparently destroyed, “there has been no attempt to reconstruct 320 of them”, the Special Rapporteur noted, and four in 10 villages had been “completely razed to the ground”.

Some of that demolition occurred in 2018 and some even in 2019 “and all of this is completely antithetical to the claim that Myanmar is ready to receive the refugees (back from Bangladesh)”, Ms. Lee insisted.

600,000 Rohingya ‘remain the target’ of Myanmar authorities
According to the International Fact-Finding Mission’s near 200-page report, the abuses it found were not on the same scale as the “clearance operations” conducted against Rohingya communities in the summer of 2017.

Nonetheless, the 600,000 mainly-Muslim Rohingya still in Myanmar “remain the target” of Government efforts to remove them from the country, the expert panel insisted.

The threats the Rohingya minority face include a “continuation of hate speech” and discrimination that affects their ability to work, attend school, seek medical care “or even pray and congregate”, the report notes.

https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/09/1046442
 

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This thread is a deliberate attempt at misinformation and misdirection to justify and obfuscate the atrocities being committed by the State of Myanmar against hundreds of thousands of its Rohingya Muslims. A hand full of criminals, as despicable as they are, do not allow the systematic genocide being perpetrated against the "Myanmar Muslims".

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