AP:Muslim group flees Myanmar but faces more woe

comment-Why did Malaysia, Brunei and many
Muslim countries vote against this
UNGA resolution?
They voted against this to protect the criminal SPDC on 24 Dec 2008.
THEIR LEADERS ARE GUILTY ACCORDING TO ISLAMIC LAW AND HUMAN COMMON LAW FOR PROTECTING THE CRIMINALS.
DO THEY BELIEVE IN THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT IN-FRONT OF ALLAH?
These ASEAN COUNTRIES always shamelessly protect SPDC everywhere.
They refused to accept or help the displaced people from MYANMAR they are partially responsible.


Now ROHINGYA PROBLEM IS ONE OF THE PROOF!
Even on RTM TV, they censored the cruelty of SPDC navy, which was already shown on ASTRO, BBC and ALJAZERA TVs. No wonder no Burmese listened to Burmese programme of RTM.
When the Achehs, Bosnians and recently Philippine illegals in Sabab could be given IMM13, why are they not given the same status? Why just postponed those documents just because of the complaints of corruption of the officers during that process when the DG and his deputy of that department were later found out to have corrupted and removed from office? Why wish to punish all of them because someone complaint?
There is a deafening silence from leaders of both sides of political divide, NGOs, Muslim organizations against the atrocities by Myanmar and Thai navies?
United Nations General Assembly
A/RES/63/245, Distr.: General, 23 January 2009
Sixty-third session Agenda item 64 (c)
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly
[on the report of the Third Committee (A/63/430/Add.3 and Corr.1)] 63/245.
Situation of human rights in Myanmar
Agenda item 64 (c) 08-48549

Calling upon the Government of Myanmar to cooperate with the international community in order to achieve concrete progress in areas such as human rights and political processes leading to a genuine democratic transition through concrete measures,
Deeply concerned that the urgent calls contained in the above-mentioned resolutions, as well as the statements of other United Nations bodies concerning the situation of human rights in Myanmar, have not been met, and emphasizing that, without significant progress towards meeting these calls of the international community, the situation of human rights in Myanmar will continue to deteriorate,
1. Strongly condemns the ongoing systematic violations of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of the people of Myanmar, as described in resolution 62/222 and the previous resolutions of the General Assembly, the Commission on Human Rights and the Human Rights Council; 2. Expresses grave concern, in particular, at:
(a) The continuing practice of enforced disappearances, use of violence against peaceful demonstrators, rape and other forms of sexual violence, torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, arbitrary detentions, including those that resulted from the repression of peaceful protests in 2007, the extension, once again, of the house arrest of the General Secretary of the National League for Democracy, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, as well as the high and increasing number of political prisoners, including other political leaders, persons belonging to ethnic nationalities and human rights defenders, despite the recent release of a small number of them, including U Win Tin;
(b) The continuing imposition of severe restrictions on the exercise of fundamental freedoms such as the freedom of movement, expression, association and assembly, in particular the lack of an independent judiciary and the use of censorship;

 

 

By FAKHRURRADZIE GADE and ROBIN McDOWELL

SABANG, Indonesia (AP) — The bearded farmer wept in his hospital bed as he recounted a harrowing six-month journey that brought him from the isolated country of Myanmar to this remote island in the Indian Ocean.

Nur Mohammad, a member of the Rohingya Muslim minority group, said he was forced to work for the Myanmar army, after being detained and tortured without charge. When he fled that country, he said he was exploited by Bangladeshi human traffickers, beaten by Thai officials, and then forced out to sea in an overcrowded boat that nearly sank off Indonesia’s coast.

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