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Rohingya.

Erstellt von Yogi, 06.07.2013, 22:35 Uhr · 333 Antworten · 26.647 Aufrufe

  1. #331
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    Reuters Reporter, die über das Bengali Problem in Burma berichten,

    sind besonders im Schussfeuer.

    Nun wird ihnen der Prozess gemacht,

    den Presse- Unruhestiftern gehts an den Kragen (bring them to justice)


    YANGON — A judge in Myanmar has ruled that the prosecution of two Reuters journalists charged with illegally possessing official information can go to full trial.
    The judge made the ruling on Monday. The case of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo went through several months of hearings to determine if there was enough evidence to support the charges, which the reporters denied.
    The two had been working on stories about the Rohingya crisis in western Myanmar, where state security forces are accused of carrying out massive human rights abuses that caused about 700,000 of the Muslim ethnic Rohingya to flee across the border to Bangladesh.
    The charges against the reporters carry a punishment of up to 14 years in prison.
    Myanmar Court Rules Reuters Reporters Can Face Full Trial

    die Reuters Journalisten haben damit dazu beigetragen, dass die Bengali Endlösung vorsätzlich untergraben wurde,
    dafür wird sie jetzt die volle Härte des Gesetz treffen.

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  3. #332
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    Das Schlachten muss gelernt sein,

    Burmas Militär hat seit 2016 Bürgerwehren geschult,

    um das Bengali Unkraut zu jäten - weil sie sich vorsätzlich unreguliert vermehrt haben und sich überall breit machen, darum ...
    Bengali kurz halten

    (so etwa der vermittelte Populismus anschaulich gemacht)

    BANGKOK — A human rights group has documented the Myanmar military’s early preparations for its violence against Rohingya Muslims.
    The independent Fortify Rights group said Thursday that it found the army systematically confiscated knives and other sharp-edged tools and forced Rohingya families to remove protective fencing from around their homes as early as 2016.

    The report says
    the army also trained and armed non-Muslim civilians living in Myanmar’s northwestern Rakhine state

    who later participated in attacks on the Rohingya.


    It says those preparations preceded Rohingya militant attacks in late August 2017 that were followed by mass atrocities against Rohingya civilians and the widespread violence that followed.


    About 700,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh to escape what the United Nations and U.S. officials have called an “ethnic cleansing” campaign by Myanmar’s government.
    Rights Group Details Lead-Up to Myanmar Attacks on Rohingya

    solange noch kein russischer Seuchenberater zum Einsatz kommt,
    haben wir hier noch 20tes Jahrhundert - so war das damals.

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    The advisory board has so far dismayed rights groups for not mentioning the word "Rohingya" -- a name Buddhist-majority Myanmar rejects, preferring the pejorative term "Bengali" that implies the community are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.
    https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/ase...rohingya-panel

    Wenn in einem Land der nationale Populismus regiert,
    kann man von einer Führung nicht erwarten,
    dass sie einen Bürgerkrieg auslösst,
    nur damit der Westen sagen kann,
    alles läuft in Burma in die richtige Richtung.

    Dann müsste man schon in das Land einmarschieren,
    und für die HUMAN RIGHTS kämpfen,
    die man in der Asean Charta ja bewusst durchlöchert hatte.
    (Human Rights müssen sich den National Interessen unterordnen - wir erinnern uns)

    Fraglich ist allerdings, ob man neue Kriege in dieser Welt braucht,
    wo selbst die USA da kein Interesse haben.

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    Menschenrechte für Rumtreiber, die sich illegal auf dem eigenen Staatsgebiet aufhalten ?

    Das geht den Burmesen wesentlich zuweit.

    Schlimm genug, dass zu Zeiten der britischen Kolonialherrschaft im Land alles drunter und drüber lief,
    die Engländer hatten die Verwaltung ausschliesslich mit Mischlingskindern besetzt,
    nach dem Ende der Kolonialzeit gingen etwa 10% der Mischlinge mit nach England,
    der grösste Teil blieb in Burma zurück.

    Als erstes wurden sie aus der Verwaltung vollständig entfernt, anschliessend wurde ein Teil in den Tod ge-mobbt.
    Als Burma die ASEAN Charta unterschrieb, war ein wesentlicher Punkt,
    dass alle Länder übereinstimmen,
    das jedes Land die Menschenrechte aufheben kann, wenn es regional opportun erscheint.

    So hat man in Kambodscha die vietnamesischen und indischen Mischlingskinder in die Kinderprostitution geschickt,
    der Teil, der überlebte, versuchte sich in der Erwachsenen Prostitution,
    und ein Teil konnte sich sogar bis Pattaya und anderswo durchschlagen.
    Burma wird seine Einstellung zu den Bengalis kaum ändern,
    man braucht keine westliche Wirtschaftshilfe,
    man rückt eben näher an China.

    MYANMAR SNUBS HAGUE COURT’S INTERVENTION IN ROHINGYA CRISIS

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    Associated Press -

    August 10, 2018 11:23 am









    Rohingya Muslims aboard a makeshift raft made with plastic containers cross over the Naf river from Myanmar into Bangladesh, nearin 2017 in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh. Photo: A.M. Ahad / Associated Press
    YANGON — Myanmar sharply rejected an attempt by the International Criminal Court to consider the country’s culpability for activities that caused 700,000 minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh for safety last year.
    The office of the nation’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, said in a statement posted online Thursday that the court in the Netherlands has no jurisdiction over Myanmar because it is not a member state.
    It also offered procedural reasons for why it would not respond formally to the court’s request for its views on the exodus of the Rohingya, and said the question “is meritless and should be dismissed.” The ICC did not immediately respond to an Associated Press request for comment.
    Critics including U.N. experts have accused Myanmar’s military of atrocities against the Rohingya amounting to ethnic cleaning, or even genocide. Suu Kyi’s government says it was carrying out justifiable counterinsurgency operations in response to attacks on security forces by Rohingya militants in August last year.

    The army, according to documentary evidence and survivor and eyewitness accounts compiled by human rights organizations, beat and killed civilians, organized rapes and the burning of thousands of homes belonging to Rohingya in Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine.
    The ICC had solicited Myanmar’s views in April, and later set a July 27 deadline for a response to the question of whether the court should have jurisdiction.
    Myanmar accused the court of violating international legal norms by seeking to assert jurisdiction over the issue despite Myanmar not being a party to the Rome Statute establishing the court.
    “By allowing such a contrived procedure, the ICC may set a dangerous precedent whereby future populistic causes and complaints against non-State Parties to the Rome Statute may be litigated at the urging of biased stakeholders and non-governmental organizations and even then, selectively based on the political current of the times,” it said.
    The statement also referred to several proceedings carried out by the court that it called irregular or not allowed under its own rules, including alleged “lack of fairness and transparency.” It also mentioned its agreements to have Rohingya repatriated from Bangladesh, though such action has yet to be implemented and the U.N. has criticized Myanmar for delays.
    The Rohingya have long faced severe discrimination and were the target of violence in 2012 that killed hundreds and drove about 140,000 people – predominantly Rohingya – from their homes to camps for the internally displaced, where most remained until last year’s violence.

    The government refuses to recognize the Rohingya as a legitimate native ethnic minority. Most Rohingya are denied citizenship and other rights.
    Myanmar Snubs Hague Court's Intervention in Rohingya Crisis

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