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Salem-News.com (Jan-05-2017 23:44)

Myanmar`s Reward for Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya

ISIL threatens Asian country with retaliation for its brutal treatment and extermination of Rohingya Muslims.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem-News.com Myanmar's problems with ISIS are a microcosm of the worldwide picture, literally a snapshot of what is to come from years of nations persecuting people for being Muslim when political leaders themselves do not possess even the smallest understanding of Islam or the people who comprise the world's newest monotheistic religion.

Now the government of Myanmar is threatened by one of the world's largest terrorist networks.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-14-2014 22:15)

The Rohingya Plan is to Force Rohingya Muslims into Detention Camps Indefinitely

The ever largest Refugee Exodus Awaits as Myanmar determines who is worthy.

(MYANMAR) - stop Rohingya genocide Rohingyas have lived in Arakan for generations and are part of a small minority in the predominately Buddhist Burma.

Many writers claim their ethnic origin on Arab traders who have settled in Bengal and Arakan 785-957 AD. They claim that Rohingya ethnic ancestry is a mixture of those Arab traders and local population and the language is similar to Chittagonian dialect with a slight variation. For example, Dr Abid Bahar on his note: "785-957 Arab traders began to settle both in Arakan and Chittagong of present Bangladesh. Inter mixture with the local population led to the first Chandra-Rohingyas of Arakan.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-06-2014 14:42)

The Appalling Apartheid State of the Rohingyas Must End

"A document as far back as 1799 refers to the Rohingya population here, and an 1826 report estimates that 30 percent of the population of this region was Muslim." -Nicholas Kristof

(PHILADELPHIA) - Buddhist monks Nicholas Kristof is a very well-known news reporter and columnist for the New York Times where over the years he has posted many articles that are based on his firsthand account of the subject matter.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-05-2014 11:20)

The Death of a Hero, Captain Mbaye Diagne

"A terrible loss" is an understatement for the people of Rwanda.

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Mbaye Diagne Amadou Deme, Former Captain and Military Intelligence Officer of UNAMIR Force under Commander General Romeo Dallaire in Rwanda1994 before and during the genocide wrote a moving tribute to his friend and colleague, Captain Mbaye Diagne.

Captain Diagne is remembered as a hero during the Rwanda Genocide in 1994 for his selfless act in order to save hundreds of Tutsi who would certainly have met certain death.

Submitted by: Jennifer Fierberg
Written by: Amadou Deme

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Salem-News.com (May-21-2014 22:28)

Girl Slain with Isaipiriya in SL Military Captivity Identified

The horror of genocide reverberates as family learns the truth.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Isaipiriya A girl seen in photographs held captive together with LTTE journalist Shoba (Isaippiriyaa) by the genocidal military of Sri Lanka and later seen slain, has been identified as 19-year-old Ushalini Gunalingam from Yoakapuram, Mallaavi in Vanni, news sources in Ki’linochchi.

Her parents, searching for their lost daughter, have been complaining the presidential commission, without any outcome.

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Salem-News.com (May-11-2014 23:22)

``The Dead Can Play a Powerful Political Role Only if the Living Allow Them to Speak``

Dr. Alison Des Forges was the world's leading expert on the 1994 Rwanda genocide and its aftermath.

(WASHINGTON DC) - Dr. Alison Des Forges Dr. Alison Des Forges, born in Schenectady, New York, in 1942, began studying Rwanda as a student and dedicated her life and work to understanding the country as well as exposing the serial abuses suffered by its people with the goal of helping to bring about change in the country. Tragically, she died in the crash of Flight 3407 from Newark to Buffalo on February 12, 2009 and the age of 66.

Des Forges was a senior adviser to Human Rights Watch's Africa division for almost two decades and she dedicated her life to working on Rwanda.

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Salem-News.com (May-11-2014 11:15)

Exhibition Exposes Sri Lankan Human Rights Crisis

The exhibition was launched on April 30 with a public meeting attended by 100 people.

(COLOMBO) - A three-day photo exhibition at Fremantle's Victoria Hall brought the human rights crisis gripping Sri Lanka to a wider audience.

"Sri Lankan Genocide 2009" exhibits images taken by various photographers documenting the months before and after the massacre of more than 40,000 Tamil civilians by the Sri Lankan Army in May 2009.

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Salem-News.com (May-10-2014 17:53)

In Sweden, SPAS Holds Event to underline Rohingya Issue

The state sponsored discrimination and systematic persecution against Rohingya has been taking place for decades.

(KUALA LAMPUR Burma Times) - The Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society (SPAS) held a unique photo exhibition known as “The Vanishing Tribes of Burma” The Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society (SPAS) held a unique photo exhibition known as “The Vanishing Tribes of Burma” and an event, in Kägelbanan, Southern Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden, on 6-7 May. On the 7th May, the previous and current situation of Burma was discussed there.

Richard K. Diran, photographer who traveled to Burma / Myanmar for 25 years and met the indigenous peoples in different parts of the country, showed images of many ethnic groups of Burma.

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Salem-News.com (May-10-2014 17:31)

External Pressure on Sri Lanka May Hurt Progress: President Mahinda Rajapakse

"At present Sri Lanka's annual average growth rate is 7 per cent. In the north it is around 22 per cent. Sri Lanka is among the few countries in Asia with a high growth rate after China," - Majinda Rajapakse

(CHENNAI) - Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapakse President Mahinda Rajapakse on Wednesday told a top UN official that undue external pressures on Sri Lanka were having adverse effects that could hurt the country's progress.

John W Ashe, the president of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) is currently in Colombo to attend the 15th World Conference on Youth hosted by Sri Lanka.

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Salem-News.com (May-07-2014 08:12)

Jaffna University Students are not Allowed to Conduct Any Mullivaaykkal Memorial

A notice conveying the ‘instruction’ with the signature of the Registrar has been put up at several places inside the University premises on Tuesday.

(MELBOURNE) - Students at Jaffna Univ Even ten UNHRC resolutions in Geneva will not bring freedom of expression and movement to the Eelam Tamils. Now that the Tamil students are free from their academic studies, they will not be allowed to conduct any Mullivaaykkal function anywhere else in the Tamil Homeland.

As if this is not enough to stifle the freedom of expression of the Tamils, no church or temple bells will be allowed to toll during this period. No memorial prayers could be held in the temple or church premises. Any symbol of reference to the dead martyrs or civilians will invite arrests.

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