Skip to comments.Rohingya crisis: Exodus swells 'as 270,000 flee Myanmar'
Posted on 09/09/2017 6:52:15 AM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
About 270,000 Rohingya Muslims have sought shelter in Bangladesh since violence erupted in Myanmar two weeks ago, the UN says. A spokeswoman said the jump - up from 164,000 on Thursday - was because new pockets of people had been found. She called the figure "so alarming" and said urgent action was needed to address the situation in Myanmar. Those fleeing say Myanmar's military are burning their villages and attacking them. The violence began on 25 August when Rohingya militants attacked police posts in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state. Rohingya residents - a stateless mostly Muslim minority in a Buddhist-majority nation - say the military and Rakhine Buddhists responded with a brutal campaign against them. Myanmar rejects this, saying its military is fighting against Rohingya militants.
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If Zero was still on the throne, he’d be angling to bring every last one of these Satanists to America.
... Those fleeing say Myanmar’s military are burning their villages and attacking them ...
I have no sympathy for them. They came into Myanmar (Burma) and were unwanted colonizers. Now they’re being pushed out because they don’t want to assimilate and they want the Buddhists to accept their Satanic Sharia.
Some completely fed-up, nice Buddhists got sick of years and years of bad treatment by invading muzzle Outsiders and decided to give them back some of their own medicine.
they can’t stand it and especially the media can’t stand it:
Bangladesh is better?
Myanmar laying landmines near Bangladesh border. (to keep the rohingya parasites from returning).
Bangladesh is Muslim.
If Israel did this to those who keep attacking it, the world would be in an uproar...
True, but I think he means the living conditions there.
When you manage to get even the most peaceful and tolerant religion so pissed off at you that they burn down your villages it really says a lot about what an impossible pain in the ass the muzzies are - where ever they go.
I wonder how long it’ll be before the rest of the world learns the same lesson.
Perhaps, but the more relevant aspect to living conditions in this case is that they are not being attacked in Bangladesh.
Sounds like the government in Burma has a tough time trying to understanding why the people involved in a large, well-coordinated, attack, should be viewed as ‘victims’.
Similar to China not being too hot about having their people terrorized and killed by the same ‘victim group’ that they’re stuck with there.
I agree. It’s more like; how bad is your life if you’re escaping to Bangladesh
nearly every single Muslim majority country discriminates against its religious and ethnic minorities
Why is the world press focusing on Myanmar?
“Why is the world press focusing on Myanmar?
Because it’s THE MUSLIMS that are being persecuted.
If they didn’t slaughter a bunch of police officers, people would be more accepting.
Then Zero would be the only one doing it. So few Rohingyas have been taken in elsewhere, that an Australian news story from a few years back called them “the world’s most unwanted people.”
You probably remember that at this time a year ago, the Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi came to the US, to request a lifting of the sanctions that have been on her country since the bad old days of the Ne Win junta. Obama did it, but I noticed that he made it a point to ask her about the treatment of the Rohingyas, as if that was the only issue in Myanmar that interested him.
The naive world needs to realize that Muslims don’t assimilate, they try to conquer. They’re good neighbors only when they are greatly out-numbered.
What is ignored is the fact that these Muslims moved in and then demanded various accommodations, and have murdered school teachers for teaching secular values to Muslim children.
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