ARAKAN ROHINGYA NATIONAL ORGANISATION

"SPDC authorities have systematically repressed and relocated Muslims to isolate them in certain areas. For example, Rakhine Muslims have been forced to donate time, money, and materials toward buildings for the Buddhist community. There now are certain townships in the Rakhine state, such as Thandwe, Gwa, and Taung-gut, which are "Muslim-free zones." Muslims no longer are permitted to live in the areas, mosques have been destroyed and lands confiscated." MORE 
Source:  US.Department of State

 

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International Religious Freedom Report 2002, release by U.S. Department of State

  "The sharp increase in the level of anti-Muslim violence during the period covered by the previous report (some of which the Government may have tacitly supported, contributed to, or even instigated) has abated, there were reports that restrictions on Muslim travel and worship countrywide have increased, especially since the fall of 2001."  

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HRW Press release: Crackdown on Muslims in Burma

The impact of violent attacks against Muslims last year in Burma should be high on the agenda of the U.N. special envoy when he visits Burma next month, Human Rights Watch said today.

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Report on Rohingyas in Bangladesh and Arakan June 2001 by BRAJ

Recently a member of Burmese Rohingya Association in Japan (BRAJ), Mr. Aung Tin has paid a visit to Bangladesh. He in association with the local Rohingyas has uncovered the true situation  of the Rohingyas both at home in Arakan and in the neighboring host country Bangladesh.

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Hearing from the Meeting of Mr. Ismail Razali, Special Envoy of United Nations

On Wednesday, May 5, 2001 in Tokyo, Japan, the official from MOFA informed RENGO for a visit of Special Envoy of Mr. Ismail Razali to RENGO. In the afternoon of Thursday (May6, 2001), he met General Secretary, Mr. Kiyoshi Sasamori of RENGO with MOFA (Japan) officials.

 

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Announcement

We urge and request to all Rohingyas to enlist their local mosques in Arakan before it is no more. Please find the form and  more information in
PROJECT BADR 

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Khawa Laung 

Khawa Luang is a monthly publication of Khawa Laung Media Centre. It focuses on the root problems of the Rohingyas and brings awareness of the Rohingya problems to the World at the same time providing up-to-date news of Burma in general and Arakan in particular. Please contact us for further information at : info@rohingya.com or use the  feedback form

 
Arakan Human Rights Organisation

The International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH)

THE INSTITUTE OF ARAKAN STUDIES BANGLADESH Amnesty International
Books on Burma Rohingya Photo Gallery
HUMAN RIGHT REPORT 2000 POOR AID
ARAKAN DEMOCRATIC FORCES (ADF) Burmese Rohingya Association in Japan (BRAJ)
Rohingya Radio  Arakan Rohingya Social Welfare Society (Health)

We Demand for Decolonization of Burma

This article is by Dr. Shahnawaz Khan of ADF. Dr. Shahnawaz discribes the reasons for the demand of Decolonization and the true fact of the current situation in Arakan. The article is a Copyright  by Dr. Shwe Lu Maung alias Shahnawaz Khan, Ph.D. (Wales, UK), the Patron and Chief Executive Officer of Arakan Democratic Forces. Please request his permission to use it. Thank you.

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This Month in 1999-2000
This section is a collection of the news of 1999 and of 2000. We are currently collecting articles, reports and related matterials. Please let us know (info@rohingya.org) if you have any correct and authentic news, articles or reports. 

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The Bloodbath  of 1997
"On 16 March 1997 beginning at about 3:30 p.m. a mob of about 1,000/1,500 Buddhist monks and others shouted anti-Muslim......."
"A SUMMARY REPORT OF THE MARCH 1997 FEUD BY IMAGES ASIA.." 

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The Muslim massacre of 1942

The result of the Muslim massacre of 1942 is that, 307 Muslim villages had disappeared from the soil of Arakan. More than 100,000 Muslims were massacred and 80,000 fled to Chittagong and Rangpur Refugee camps. The Muslim majority area of the east of Kaladan River had turned into a Muslim minority area

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Bangladesh-Myanmar Relations and the Stateless Rohingyas  

By Imtiaz Ahmed

I have lately been disturbed by two developments. Firstly, at the very moment when 'realism' has lost its post-Westphalian glories and is suffering from disrepute, the stateless people continue to be at the mercy of the state. In the case of the Rohingyas it is even more pathetic for their refuge across the border brought no change to their sufferings.

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Rohingyas are not British Era Settlers
The following historical facts prove that the Rohingyas are indigenous people of Arakan. "Muslims arrived and settled since last 1000 to 1200 years in Burma” (The SLORC Publication ' Thasana Yongwa Htoonkazepo’ p.65).

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The  Etymology of ARAKAN, ROHINGYA AND RAKHINE

The result of the Muslim massacre of 1942 is that, 307 Muslim villages had disappeared from the soil of Arakan. More than 100,000 Muslims were massacred and 80,000 fled to Chittagong and Rangpur Refugee camps. The Muslim majority area of the east of Kaladan River had turned into a Muslim minority area.. 

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save YOUR mOSQUE BEFORE IT IS DESTROYED

More then 42 mosque has being destroyed only in 1997 feud. We are currently listing mosques, names and details of the mosques.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ENLISTING YOUR MOSQUE BEFORE IT IS NO MORE 
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Recently Destroyed mosque in Maungdaw township

Jame Mosque of Godusara , Maungdaw township One of the Mosques destroyed at Godusara, Maungdaw Township Mosque destroyed at Godusara, Maungdaw Township
Arakan From the Satellite



 

Historical Coin of Arakan


     

DV 2002

Some of my friends were asking me to put some information about DV2002. So I thought why not. Dear friends where ever you may live in this world; live with dignity and moral. It is only through keeping yourself content with your believes, culture, custom and ethics you can be a true person. GOOD LUCK 

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