Bangladesh: Rohingya waging war on Buddhists in Asia

Last week, India alerted and seek clarification from Bangladesh on the recent emergence of terror training camps for Rohingya Muslims in its Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) region bordering Myanmar. The Bangladeshi government has today confirmed to New Delhi that terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) have been recruiting Rohingyas to carry out attacks against Buddhist targets across Asia, as part of their desire to avenge the ongoing sectarian violence in Myanmar.

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India hinted that Rohingya terrorists might have bombed Bodh Gaya, Buddhist holiest site, last month

It was an ongoing Indian investigation into the July 7 serial bomb blast at the Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya, considered the holiest site in Buddhism. The attacks left two monks, a 50-year-old Tibetan and a 30-year-old Burmese, injured and hospitalized. India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) says it got enough indications of possible involvement of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, and inquired Bangladesh on their activities in the CHT.

Myanmar has seen increasing sectarian violence in the past two years between its dominant Buddhist majority and the Rohingyas. Described as among “the world’s least wanted” and “one of the world’s most persecuted minorities”, the Muslim Rohingya have continued to suffer from human rights violations under the Burmese junta, and many have fled to neighboring Bangladesh. Now they are facing problems in Bangladesh as well where they no longer receive support from the government. Their newest safe haven is Malaysia.


Bangladesh warns that Rohingya may be trained by militants to attack Buddhist targets across Asia

As a result of the investigation, for the first time the Indian government is worrying about the presence of several thousand Rohingya refugees in India. There are an estimated 5,000 Rohingya living around Delhi, with a particularly large number of them residing in slums along Sona Road near Gurgaon. Officials now red flagged such clusters following evidence that a section of the Rohingya community has been radicalized by pan-Islamist groups.

In India, there are sizeable Rohingya populations in Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh, in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and even Jammu and Kashmir. They are often seen protesting in Delhi outside the United Nations Human Rights Commission asking for UN refugees status, and accusing India of assisting the Myanmar regime in its persecution of the Rohingyas.

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The Rohingya’s issue threatens to ignite new religious clash in Asia

Intelligence reports from Bangladesh have also confirmed the presence of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) commanders on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border. The LeT, an Islamic terror group, is believed to be recruiting Rohingyas, offering to help them to seek revenge against the Buddhists through terrorist acts.

According to the government of Bangldesh, umbrella organization like Jamaat-ul-Arakan and the Rohingya Solidarity Organization are also running terror training camps in remote areas of Bandarban district of Bangladesh adjoining the Myanmar border. With the Bangladesh-Myanmar border turning into a new theatre of global jihad, the U.S. and other Western powers have begun monitoring the region.


Buddhist temples burnt down in Bangladesh

Bangladesh told India that after the 2012 Muslim-Buddhist clashes in Myanmar, Bangladeshi security agencies made a series of arrests that revealed plans to radicalize, train and fund some Rohingya refugees with the help of Pakistan based terror groups and Saudi Arabian financiers. It was through these suspects that Bangladeshi security agencies came to learn that Al Qaeda and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) member are already visiting Arakan, Myanmar for recruitment.

With the threat assessment of Rohingya refugees on the rise, the Indian home ministry is planning to order a census of refugees in India as a precautionary security move. New Delhi has also urged Myanmar to take up genuine Rohingya grievances, like their economic and social marginalisation in the country, so to prevent a potential full-blown Buddhist-Muslim clashes in Asia.

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Buddhist-Muslim clashes widening to India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Indonesia

The Economist reported that there is now fear of a new religious strife in Asia which pits Buddhism against Islam, two of Asia’s biggest religions. It was a crack first paved by the Taliban in 2001, who attracted global publicity by dynamiting the giant Buddha statues in Bamiyan. Already, tension is spreading in Southeast and South Asia.

In predominantly-Buddhist Sri Lanka, mosques and Muslim-owned businesses have been targeted by radicals. The hardline Buddhist Strength Force (Bodu Bala Sena, BBS) have used coarse, derogatory language to describe Muslim imams and have told the Sinhalese majority not to rent property to Muslims.


Observers fear increased tension in a region where religious sentiment is high

At one meeting attracting thousands, the organization’s secretary, Gnanasara Thero, told each Buddhist present to become “an unofficial policeman against Muslim extremism” and said “so-called democrats” were destroying the Sinhala race. Gnanasara told Muslims in the country that, “This is a Sinhala Buddhist country. We have a Sinhala Buddhist culture. This is not Saudi Arabia. You must accept the culture and behave in a manner that doesnt harm it.”

In Mumbai, India Muslims have marched in solidarity with the Rohingyas. Many of India’s Hindus and Buddhists are now annoyed that Muslims may have been responsible for the bombing on July 7th of the Bodh Gaya in Bihar, where Gautama Buddha is said to have obtained enlightenment. Buddha was originally a prince from the Indian kingdom of Shakya, and is believed by Hindu to be the ninth reincarnation of Vishnu. In Bangladesh, angry Muslims crowd destroyed hundred of Buddhist homes and temples last year as part of the tension spill-over from Myanmar’s religious conflicts. Many Buddhists say they now fear their safety and are relocating to nearby Myanmar.


Buddhist-Muslim religious violence has taken roots in South Asia

Thailand’s Bangkok Post reported that when Osama bin Laden died in 2011, there was hope of an end to the pernicious religious conflicts afflicting the world, especially the conflicts between the largely Christian West and Muslim Middle East. But with the Christian-Muslim disputes still unsolved, another civilizational clashes, now between the Buddhists and Muslims, threaten to erupt. Mainly Buddhist Thailand has its own Muslim insurgency problems in the south. In multiracial Singapore and Malaysia, Buddhists and Muslims co-exist well, though there is a deepening mutual distrust among both.

As for Indonesia, the biggest majority-Muslim country in the region, Muslims have been helping the Rohingyas through donations. Now the religious solidarity is taking a more violent turn in a country with a record of Islamist terrorism. In early May two Muslim men were arrested for allegedly planning to attack the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta with pipe-bombs. They may have been inspired by an imprisoned radical cleric, Abu Bakar Basyir, who in April called for a jihad against Myanmar’s Buddhist population.

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Mosque burning down in Myanmar

India is not the only country who voice concern over the radicalization of Rohingya. Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra warned earlier this year that the Rohingya in Thailand “might join the southern insurgency rather than seek asylum in a third country”.

Source:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-new … 02056.aspx

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes … ill-tracts

http://www.irinnews.org/report/98213/ri … -sri-lanka

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/07/02 … r-edition/

http://www.economist.com/news/asia/2158 … escalating

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-21161354

http://epaperzone.com/index.php/en/news … -attention

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013 … en-muslims

I’m a muslim. Can I kill Rohingya Muslim terrorist?

kill = sin

Nope no killing, do not alter yourself from the original teachings.

I bet those people shouting JIHAD has no idea what is being teach in the holy book…

We are lucky to have good Malaysian Muslim living with us, unlike those aggressive Muslim in other countries. Seriously, we have amazing culture!

Nice propaganda effort.

Turning the aggrieved Rohingya into the aggressor, through media spin.

  1. Hindustani media carry no weight. They are worthless.

  2. Have you been living under the rock, when entire Rohingya villages have been burnt down?

How come USA claims to ‘monitor’ Bangladesh-Burma border regions (according to the first ‘post’) now, but congratulated Burma when they unleashed terror on its Rohingya Muslim communities?

Burma acknowledges mass burnings in Rakhine unrest

Burma’s president has acknowledged major destruction in the west of the country, scene of recent ethnic unrest.

“There have been incidents of whole villages and parts of the towns being burnt down in Rakhine state,” Thein Sein’s spokesman told the BBC.

He was speaking after Human Rights Watch released satellite pictures showing hundreds of buildings destroyed in the coastal town of Kyaukpyu alone.

It says the victims were mostly Muslim Rohingya, targeted by non-Muslims.

And, who the hell is Hindustan to ask Bangladesh for ‘intelligence’ or whatever? Just because a Hindu terrorist organization such as BAL has been installed by the West does not mean Bangladeshis accept any overt or covert dirty, Hindustani interference or meddling in Bangladeshi affairs.

If needed, Bangladesh will acquire thermonuclear weapons by any means necessary to prevent Hindustani Brahminist fanaticism.

The Burmese issue is to be settled by all involved/concerned neighbours, involving bigger ASEAN countries and OIC, after ensuring provision of adequate rights to the Rohingya minorities.

kill = sin[/quote]

Not all killings = sin.

You can kill in self-defence. You can kill animals for food. Its not a sin! The Rohingyas are violent people who threaten to kill others and must be stopped.

[quote=“Banglar Lathial”]Nice propaganda effort.

Turning the aggrieved Rohingya into the aggressor, through media spin.

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Wow. Strong nationalism there.

But sorry, people here would not buy into this. First you said Indian media is worthless, then what made the other media worth more? Secondly, we all know Rohingya also burnt others village, be more objective. After that you said the West installed an Hindu terrorist organization? Another conspiracy theories? People won’t eat into this.

India was bombed by terrorists, of course it will ask Bangladesh for more intel data. It is not interference if there are terrorist activities inside Bangladeshi soils. And what is this Bangladesh should get nuke to stop Indian fanaticism? Insane?

[quote=“mevotex”][quote=“Banglar Lathial”]Nice propaganda effort.

Turning the aggrieved Rohingya into the aggressor, through media spin.

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Wow. Strong nationalism there.

But sorry, people here would not buy into this. First you said Indian media is worthless, then what made the other media worth more? Secondly, we all know Rohingya also burnt others village, be more objective. After that you said the West installed an Hindu terrorist organization? Another conspiracy theories? People won’t eat into this.

India was bombed by terrorists, of course it will ask Bangladesh for more intel data. It is not interference if there are terrorist activities inside Bangladeshi soils. And what is this Bangladesh should get nuke to stop Indian fanaticism? Insane?[/quote]

  1. You should not speak for other people. Let them speak for themselves.

I expect them to exercise good judgement based on their intelligence.

  1. First, Hindustani media is worthless, indeed.

What makes (some) other media worthy of reference, is their continued track record of authentic information.

Hindustani media is ill known for producing reports of shoddy nature, for producing unverified, hearsay as facts.

There are tens of thousands of such examples of shoddy journalism that one can provide, if he is paid adequately for the effort (of course).

One such example has been listed below.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2008-03-11/india/27751871_1_collaborative-research-indians-basic-sciences

36% of scientists at NASA are Indians: Govt survey

Reality is starkly different.

http://truthaboutpopularhoax.com/?p=576

This is one of the most circulated hoaxes on the internet. We have had it on forwarded e-mails, Facebook, Twitter, forums and where not. The hoax reached all new levels in 2008 when Minister of State for Human Resource Development Purandeshwari presented the above figures in Rajya Sabha without any substantial evidence to back it up. Both NASA and Microsoft have time and again stated they dont keep an ethnic headcount. Bill Gates once in an interview estimated number of Indians in the engineering department of his company to be around 20%, but that the overall figure was greatly exaggerated by these messages. NASA workers too have stated that Indians scientist in their organization could be in the 4-5% range. With regards to Indian doctors in US, officially they are estimated to be around 10%.

That is just one of many examples of hoaxes, unverified hearsay, or just goofy journalism from their low calibre ‘media’. They even dubbed their unreliable Agni-V missile - the ‘China killer’.

  1. I don’t know if Rohingyas burnt other villages.

Frankly, the Burmese junta has not allowed neutral, external observers in.

So, we can not tell, whether the Rohingyas retaliated to intolerable violence and crimes as a last resort, without definitive evidence.

If you do have any such evidence, then present it for observation.

Remember, it is Rohingyas who have left Burma for numerous other countries.

Those Burmese Buddhists have not left Burma for other countries.

This shows that it is those Buddhists that are the tormentors, and the Rohingyas the victims - in absence of definitive evidence from neutral, international observers from OIC, and around the world.

  1. West installed a Hindu terrorist entity.

What do you mean by “conspiracy theories”?

Do you mean to say, that West can never conspire and craft their foreign policy for mischievous aims and objectives?

I hope nobody around here is such a simpleton to believe that the West is a champion of “human rights” and “freedom”, or whatever slogans they may use from time to time.

  1. You wrote “India was bombed by terrorists, of course it will ask Bangladesh for more intel data.”

That does not make sense.

Hindustan has no right to ask Bangladesh for information.

Bangladesh is a sovereign, independent country. Like all other countries, Bangladesh does not need to pay heed everytime some Hindustani
throws a tantrum.

Who bombed Hindustan? Was it the Maoists? The freedom fighters in their north eastern ‘seven sisters’? The Khalistan seeking Sikhs? The Tamils? LTTE - Hindu terrorists? Who was it?

Was any objective and transparent investigation carried out? Was any irrefutable evidence presented (by the Hindos) for the world’s public to view them?

Do you have any idea how many times Hindostan is bombed every year?

Whether Hindostan is bombed or not, is mostly Hindostan’s internal matter. Why should Bangladesh (or other sovereign countries) pay any heed?

Do not make irrational arguments.

  1. “It is not interference if there are terrorist activities inside Bangladeshi soils.”

Although I do not agree with the premise of your argument, even the hypothesis in your statement (if there are terrorist activities inside Bangladeshi soils) is not verified.

Is Bangladesh bound by any popularly approved, bilateral treaty to allow Hindostan interference in domestic Bangladeshi affairs?

Hindostan is just one ‘country’. It has no right, nor the power, to interfere in Bangladesh unless indirectly goaded on by the USA to do so.

  1. Bangladesh should procure thermonuclear weapons to prevent Hindutva Brahminist terrorism and fanaticism. You may call the Hindutva fanatics insane, or you may not.

However, you are probably not located in the immediate periphery of Hindostan, and thus, you are not at immediate risk of Hindutva expansionism under different guises.

Thanks to American idiotic foreign policy post 2001, Hindostan has found the perfect excuse to disguise its expansionism.

Do not be naive and ignore that their “Greater Hindutva Ram Rajya’”, what they call “Akhant Bharat” also includes Malaysia.

They dream, lustfully, for gobbling up all of what they perceive - in their wild dreams - as their ‘territory’.

Bangladesh should, ideally, act as a bulwark against Hindutva expansionism, Brahminist fanaticism and Chanakya terrorism under any guises.

Alongside many other countries, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand in the East should also help not only Bangladesh, but also Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan and all other respectable countries of the world to rein in that threat of sadistic Hindutva mass murderous ideology.

I cant believe how full of ■■■■ you are…im not even going to bother to argue with what you wrote …

“we want to kill myanmar’s budhis” is that picture fake or real, bro mevo?

Again you are too nationalistic. You claim an expansionist India who want to annex the entire Southeast Asia and Bangladesh is a bulwark against that ambition. Maybe the theory is well-received in Bangladesh, but again, most people here simply don’t buy that.

If India really has the intention to annex, why is it building barrier wall to close up Bangladesh border trying to shield itself from illegal immigrants and cross-border terrorism?

It is not a matter of people ‘buying’ a fact. Facts remain facts.

You may not feel threatened by Hindustan’s expansionist, fanatic, Hindutva ideology. Rest assured, that’s not the case for countries unfortunate enough to neighbour that terror hub.

Regarding your question, it does not make any sense. A question can only be answered if the inherent assumptions of that question are valid.

What illegal immigrants from Bangladesh to Hindustan? Are you joking? Don’t tell me you, too, have fallen for that Hindustani propaganda without any original research of yours?

Does it even make any logical sense for the majority of Bangladeshis to migrate to the world’s worst humanitarian crises afflicted state? Perhaps, I can provide an example to help you understand better.

Does it make any sense for a Malaysian to migrate illegally to Thailand, Indonesia or the Philippines? I have stated earlier (with proof), that Hindustani media is worth nothing. Shoddy journalism, unverified ‘events’ or ‘statements’ passed off as facts, and poor objectivity characterize their media.

Same with the bogus ‘terrorism’ allegations. Hindustan is the hub of terror. It’d be equally as ridiculous if somebody were to suggest, that Switzerland is exporting terrorism to Italy and France.

Stop for a second, and think. Why does Hindostan not fence all of its borders with China or Pakistan, even though there are conflicting territorial claims on those two borders? Do you know anything about the region’s political dynamics, geostrategy and the military
balance?

Let it be known that I am not personally hateful towards you, or some other member. I just want to clarify some of the wild misconceptions circulating due to Hindustani media propaganda, mostly in the English language press.


Here’s just an interesting piece of information, for you to think about.

http://www.therepublicsquare.com/politics/2013/06/21/13th-amendment-imposed-srilanka/

During a Media conference yesterday, Minister of Mass Media and Information Keheliya Rambukwella said that the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution was imposed on Sri Lanka without obtaining consent from the people and the government has every right to change any agreements made with foreign countries.

Hindustan, forcibly, imposed on Sri Lanka an article in its constitution. (See the preceding citation).

Just because the Western world is not concerned about it ,and so this Sri Lankan-Hindustani lopsided bilateral relationship never makes it into the Western news media, does not mean Hindutva extremism is not a threat to global peace.

With China, Hindustan can not dream about imposing any terms or conditions bilaterally. China is just way too strong for Hindustan to even dream about such a course of action.

With Pakistan, Hindustan retains a lot more leeway, though, the possession of low yield nuclear bombs by Pakistan, and Pakistan’s stated doctrine of “first use policy” in case of any invasion prevents Hindustan from acting irresponsibly.

In the case of much smaller Sri Lanka, Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives, North Eastern “seven sisters” long seeking independence, and many thousands of other disenchanted groups, the Brahminist radicals are under the impression that they can impose their will on those unfortunate beings.

Maybe, that is what allows them to bask in their delusions of grandeur indefinitely.

Mr Mevotex are u anti muslim? why u alway create problem in this MCNet?MCNet is peacefull chat station…pls dont bring ur propaganda utk gaduh2 here lah bro…ok.

Won’t go into circles over this again. Saw that when some posters posted about Brunei ban on Ramadhan eating, and the school canteen issues weeks ago, they are accused of the same thing. Came to realize that a minority of people only want to live in an environment where information is suppressed and everything else are too sensitive, better get sealed under the well than knowing what’s really on others minds. Basically I no longer care about these people, they shouldn’t come into discussion board. They should create a “peace” forum and talk everything “peace” there.

There is a forum dedicated to everything on “Hello Kitty”, very ‘peaceful’

http://hellokitty.forumsmotion.com/

mevotex only know reading news from the internet… not from his first hand experience. when its a matter from internet, its just a matter of choosing side / source you are on. looks like knows many things indeed, but not neccessarily accurate and details

note: he’'s quite good at acting stupid as well

he has met his match with Banglar…

i wanna enjoy this show take pop corn

Mind telling me what problems did he brings to Miricommunity.net?

[quote=“panzai”]mevotex only know reading news from the internet… not from his first hand experience. when its a matter from internet, its just a matter of choosing side / source you are on. looks like knows many things indeed, but not neccessarily accurate and details

note: he’'s quite good at acting stupid as well[/quote]

cut and paste…but mostly bad things abt muslim…