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SliverTulip May 18
See life of so called Rohingya musilm in on 22-9-2017 This for anti-Buddhists & anti-. Go & find the countries around the world that in which country can give such kind of equal life to illegal immigrants like this in . 🙄 1/2
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Jagrati Shukla May 22
“I saw men holding the heads and hair [of the women] and others were holding knives….then they cut their throats”, Hindu woman recounts killing of her family and villagers (Hindus) by armed group in Rakhine State, . Exclusive report 👉
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SliverTulip May 22
In early morning 8am we came here - road in the interim for fishing. We went up from creek when we had some fishes. But then 7 or 8 Rohingyas hiding in forest plantations chasing after us with the swords. We run away.
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SliverTulip May 22
This is Mro child. His parents were killed by so called Rohingya terrorists in . Now they are in refugee camp in . 1/2 22 Sept 2017
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MYINT NAING  KLM May 18
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Free Rohingya Coalition May 24
Against 's national interests/sovereignty and are pressurizing Dhaka NOT to cooperate with ICC. On pre-chamber's attempts re: crimes against humanity . --
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AmnestyInternational May 23
Great to hear that Myanmar’s govt is taking our findings on ARSA abuses seriously. We hope they’ll pay the same attention to our extensive research on the security forces' crimes against humanity targeting in Rakhine State →
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SliverTulip May 20
Interviewed w ethnic Mro man 600 people in their village were attacked by more than 6000 around 6pm on 7/9/2017. Men, women, elderly & kids fled to jungles & stayed there about 19 days eating raw banana stems, etc every alternate day. Rest days nothing to eat
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Haikal Mansor May 23
Dear NGOs, If you are sincere, please do walk with us and your stance is essential. If you are just doing for the survival of your organizations, please don't add salt to the wounds that are enduring from for the past 40 years and so in .
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The Stateless May 25
(ENGLISH SUBTITLES) Babul, a refugee from Kutupalong refugee camp said "Border Guard Police, Myanmar Army, () villagers and Thet people" were involved in the in , , .
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dr. Hla Kyaw May 23
. is hoping government would take their previous reports on ’s crime seriously. Insane! Where is common sense? Myanmar has already dismissed those reports. AI wants to please government! There are so many ways to do that!
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Sean Bain May 23
Powerful call for "new Federal Land Law" instead of troublesome piecemeal amendments that further facilitate land grabs. The recommendations from 's "Land In Our Hands" network were developed thru meetings of civil society, farmers & IDPs from all 14 states & regions.
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M. May 25
Statement by a man, Babul, taking refuge in Camps regarding the Massacres of in on Aug 25 2017 Excerpts: 1) While were being massacred by the military, BGP & Rakhine Buddhists, (Rohingya) Hindus were... [1/3]
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SliverTulip 8h
Those Rohingya did it. They told us all to watch the Qurabani which according to them was not held for 3 consecutive years. I was told to watch my father-in-law face. My father-in-law asked some water. One of them came to him & pissed on him and suddenly slit his throat.
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