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There is an older topic here:

If you put Myanmar in the search box, there are four pages of news stories at Press TV. http://www.presstv.ir/

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA) has news on Myanmar. Go here and click on the Central Asia & Subcontinent section on the left side. http://www.abna.ir/index.asp?lang=3

The search box never seems to work at ABNA because it times out. Just try to find Myanmar on that page by scrolling down.

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i cried watching the youtube clip above...its heartbreaking i feel helpless only i can give my duas for them may Allah swt help the muslims around the world

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One million Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar have been oppressed by the government. During the past two years, they have tried to flee by boat. On June 3, 2012, a group of Rakhines, who are mainly Buddhists, attacked a passenger bus and killed 10 Rohingya Muslims. Those who have tried to flee into Bangladesh have been deported back to Myanmar. The Rohingyas are not wanted, so they are being exterminated. The news report should have called the killers of the Rohingya a gang or terrorists, not a group.

The government refuses to recognize them. They say the Rohingya are not native and classify them as illegal migrants, although, they have lived in Myanmar for generations.
Referring to the minority, Myanmar’s President Thein Sein told Guterres [uN High Commissioner for Refugees], "We will send them away if any third country would accept them…This is what we are thinking is the solution to the issue."

Source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/13/250651/un-focuses-on-myanmar-amid-muslim-plight/

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^ A Rohingya Muslim woman and her family members, who had tried to cross into Bangladesh to escape communal violence in Myanmar, cry in a coast guard station in southern Bangladesh on June 19, 2012, before being sent back to Myanmar.

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exactly!! they should open borders for them.I start crying seeing and hearing this

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I knew the an sung egg friend rice was but an MI6 paid-up dog. After when she came to the UK and spoke at the BBC's Reith Lectures with the former head of MI6. And she proclaimed the BBC world service kept her sane under house arrest. Now Burma is an open door to the west to exploit it, it has now a democratic face. What a lot of BS.

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But then the Myanmarese will wholesale expel all Muslims living in their country, to Bangladesh.

The best idea for Bangladesh should be to supply thousands of weapons and ammunition to these Rohingya Muslims, so that they can fight back.

Better still if they can succeed in creating a full-scale separatist insurgency in north-west Myanmar/Burma and eventually annex that territory to Bangladesh.

(salam) It was about the same way in Bosnia.

At least the Bosniaks had weapons to fight back, especially after 1994.

Btw why doesn't BiH assume an aggressive stance against Serbia nowadays ? I think BiH should always be prepared for a full-scale war against the entire Serbian race.

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Youtube is taking off all videos that show massacres and torture of muslims in Burma.

No one is talking about Burma, even Muslims.

What a shame.

Yes it is Indeed a Shame what happen to The Muslims in Burma but InShAllah Things will get Better for The Muslims in Burma in the very near future as The Islamic World Learns about The oppressive conditions of The Muslims of Burma

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The reason why no one talks about Burma is it is of no political value. whereas palestine whenever someone stands uo to Israel he becomes a hero. Looks good for the cameras in front of the dumb arab audience. all these murders and genecides are making me lose faith in humanity. I pray Imam al Zaman as returns soon otherwise i pray God deletes the homosapien species from this planet cause Earth was a heaven before we came.

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