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Bangladesh PM admits Rohingya Muslims are NOT from Burma but are illegals who ‘tarnish the country’s image’


The media has been busy, as usual, to portray the illegal Rohingya who has been forcing themselves onto Burma and Thailand as “innocent natives” who have been “living in the region for centuries”. This is total rubbish. They are from Bangladesh and need to be sent back to Bangladesh. The centuries old minorities in Burma are still living there and are not forced out. It’s the new illegals who are pouring into the country from Bangladesh and Bengal to create problems in the region, who are refused entry and pushed out, and rightfully so.

Both the PM of Bangladesh and Indonesian authorities confirm that these illegal Muslims have no background in Burma at all and are not Rohingya “fleeing persecution”.

According to Western media Burma’s government is incapable to discern where people come from. Burma is apparently not allowed to manage their own affairs. They have to be educated, preferrably by a 20-something journalist who insist that illegals have to be superimposed on them.

The media is a farce. First they try and stir up PR campaigns to sell their shoddy papers by falsely declaring nasty Muslim illegals and parasites as “the most persecuted people on earth” and “natives” to Burma. In the next sentence they admit that the Rohingya’s have no passports or documentation at all. This is a common trick used by illegal migrants to stop countries from being able to deport them. Is the media trying to convince us that a group people who have lived for “hundreds” of years in Burma still have no passports, no ID’s and no kind of documentation? How stupid are the members of the press? Why don’t they interview these “innocent Rohingya” in local Burmese and see how far they get with that interview?

Bangladesh’s own PM has now come out to confirm that the Rohingya’s are indeed illegal parasites and not local to neither Burma nor Thailand, thus their boats are refused entry by all countries they try to superimpose themselves on.

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Migrants Fleeing Country Are ‘Mentally Sick’ And ‘Tarnish’ Country’s Image: Bangladesh Prime Minister

By Angelo Young, ibtimes.com
on May 24 2015 7:33 PM EDT

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A refugee from Bangladesh, who was rescued by the Myanmar navy, is seen at a temporary refugee camp in Aletankyaw village, Rakhine state, May 23, 2015. Thousands of migrants have been rescued off the coasts of Myanmar, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia this month. Reuters/Soe Zeya Tun.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina lashed out Sunday at Bangladeshis trying to flee poverty by making perilous journeys on overcrowded boats in a bid to improve their chances of finding better lives elsewhere. The prime minister said the migrants are “mentally sick” and are “tainting” the image of their country.

“There is sufficient work for them, still they are leaving the country in such disastrous ways,” the prime minister said in a statement published by the local state-run news agency, Agence France-Presse reported. It was the first time Hasina has addressed the issue.

Hasina said the migrants need to be punished along with the human trafficking “brokers” who arrange the journeys. Traffickers lure migrants with promises of safe passage to places like Australia, but migrants often wind up stranded and drifting at sea.

A recent uptick in emigration from Bangladesh and neighboring Myanmar has created a refugee crisis, with thousands of people either drifting on the waters of the Bay of Bengal, or being rescued and crammed into ramshackle refugee camps in Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. Indonesia Saturday joined Malaysia in searching for migrants lost at sea where it’s believed at least 7,000 people are adrift in boats.

About 3,500 others are scattered in refugee camps while arrangements are made to send them home. The migrants are members of the Muslim Rohingya population from Myanmar and Bangladeshis. Both are fleeing poverty and seeking better lives.

Rohingya are a persecuted minority in Myanmar where a “birth spacing” limit believed targeted at the Muslim population recently was imposed. Muslims are poorer and tend to have more children. “We shared the concerns that these bills can exacerbate ethnic and religious divisions,” U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken told reporters Saturday, according to the Wall Street Journal. Human rights groups say a two-child limit already has been imposed in northern Rakhine state where the Rohingya outnumber Buddhists.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Saturday Indonesia has informed her most of the boat people are Bangladeshis, not Rohingya fleeing persecution.

“They [Indonesia] believe there are about 7,000 people at sea. They think about 30-40 percent are Rohingya, the rest are Bangladeshi,” she said, according to AFP. “And they are not, in Indonesia’s words, asylum seekers. They are not refugees. They are illegal laborers.”

Australia is a common destination for illegal migrants from as far away as Iraq. Much like what happens in the Mediterranean from Africa to Europe, thousands of migrants attempt each year to cross the waters between Indonesia and Australia to enter the country illegally to work.

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And the facts behind the Rohingya’s: Muslim genocide of Buddhists in Bangladesh, India and Burma/Myanmar (the few cases that made it to English translation)

16 October 2000: Bangladesh army harass indigenous people in Khagrachari, Rangamati and Bandarban
28 September 2000: Bangladesh army attempt to rape an indigenous Buddhist girl at Gulshakhali
26 September 2000: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people at Technical Training Center of Rangamati
18 September 2000: Bangladesh army attempted to rape an indigenous Buddhist girl in Kutukchari
12 September 2000: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous Buddhist people in Jurachari
10 September 2000: Bangladesh police torture indigenous Buddhist people in Guimara
19 August 2000: Bangladesh army harass indigenous Buddhist people at Nunchari
13 August 2000: Bengali settlers attempt to abduct an indigenous Hindu girl in Matiranga
27 May 2000: Bangladesh forest guards arrest 18 indigenous Buddhist men in Alikhyong
17 May 2000: Bangladesh army forbids loud speaker at Buddhist temple in Jurachari
04 May 2000: Bengali settlers murder an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
24 April 2000: Bengali settlers attempt to rape an indigenous Buddhist girl in Dighinala
21 April 2000: Bangladesh army continue to terrorize the indigenous people of the CHT
08 April 2000: Bangladesh army arrest an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Naniarchar
25 March 2000: Bangladesh army beat to death an indigenous Marma Buddhist in Matiranga
18 March 2000: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Buddhist girl in Manikchari
29 February 2000: Bangladesh police arrest an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Naniarchar
25 February 2000: Bangladesh army severely beat 3 indigenous Chakma Buddhists at Manikchari
22 December 2001: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Marma woman in Rangamati
15 December 2001: Bengali settlers murder an indigenous boat man in Rangamati
07 December 2001: Bengali settlers rob an indigenous Chakma man at Longadu
02 December 2001: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous people at Jarnatilla
25 June 2001: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Ramgarh
23 May 2001: Bangladesh government keep vigil on 6 indigenous NG0s in CHT
22 May 2001: Police arrest 3 indigenous youths in Rangamati
21 May 2001: Bangladesh army rape 3 Tripuri women in Matiranga
21 May 2001: Bangladesh army rape 3 Tripuri women in Matiranga
21 May 2001: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people at Longadu
21 May 2001: Bangladesh police charge an indigenous man with false case in Longadu
19 May 2001: Bengali settlers incite racially motivated riot in Rangamati
18 May 2001: Bengali settlers set fire on indigenous Chakma houses in Dighinala
17 May 2001: Police arrest 3 innocent Chakma youths in connection with death of a settler
09 May 2001: Bangladesh army detain and torture 2 indigenous people in Kaptai
04 May 2001: Bangladesh army harass indigenous people at check post in Rajasthali
04 May 2001: Khiang people organize conference on land grabbing at Rajasthali
20 April 2001: Bengali settlers grab indigenous people’s land in Longadu
18 April 2001: Bangladesh army harass indigenous people at check post in Naniarchar
13 April 2001: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land in Mahalchari
04 April 2001: ADB organize CHT Development seminar in Dhaka
03 April 2001: Bangladesh army detain and torture 3 indigenous people in Kaptai
30 March 2001: Bengali settlers rob and attack an indigenous Chakma family in Dighinala
20 March 2001: Bangladesh army detain and torture 2 indigenous Chakma youths in Naniarchar
20 March 2001: Bengali settlers abduct an indigenous Chak girl in Naikyangchari
17 March 2001: Army backed UPDF releases 3 foreign hostages in Rangamati
16 February 2001: Army backed UPDF abducts 3 foreign hostages in Rangamati
25 December 2002: Bengali settlers commit electoral fraud at Boalkhali in Dighinala
13 December 2002: Bangladesh army personnel torture indigenous Chakma villagers of Dhulyatuli in Kaptai
11 December 2002: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land with the help of Bangladesh army in Barkal
17 November 2002: Bangladesh army arrest and torture 2 indigenous youths in Rangamati
29 October 2002: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people at Ranirhat
30 September 2002: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous people include 2 Buddhist monks in Baghmara of Bandarban
24 September 2002: Bangladesh army personnel torture indigenous people of Baghichara in Bandarban
08 September 2002: Bangladesh army tortures villagers and desecrates a Buddhist temple in Amtoli, Bandarban
07 September 2002: Bangladesh army torture and terrorize indigenous people at Khwiangpara in Bandarban
07 September 2002: Bangladesh army personnel torture indigenous Marma people at Saopara and Chibukpara in Bandarban
03 August 2002: DGFI and UPDF terrorize the indigenous people of Twichakma in Ramgarh
15 June 2002: Bangladesh army and settlers rob indigenous Chakma villagers at Mainimukh in Dighinala
12 June 2002: Bangladesh army tortures an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Bilaichari
09 June 2002: Bangladesh army terrorize the indigenous people in Longadu
28 April 2002: Muslim extremists hack Hindu priest to death in Manikchari
25 April 2002: Bengali settlers abduct an indigenous Chakma woman in Baghaichari
21 April 2002: Muslim extremists stabb a Buddhist monk to death in Rauzan
20 April 2002: Bangladesh government meets PCJSS in Dhaka
13 March 2002: Donor governments hold Bangladesh Development Forum meeting in Paris
13 March 2002: Bengali settlers abduct and rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Alikadam of Bandarban
05 March 2002: Bengali settlers abduct and rape an indigenous Marma girl in Kaptai
31 January 2002: Bangladesh government conspires to create Pankho-Lushai district council in Sajek
22 January 2002: Bangladesh army tortures 3 indigenous Tripura youths at Kukichara in Khagrachari   
26 August 2003: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Mahalchari in reprisal of abduction of a settler by gunmen
26 August 2003: An Account of Communal Attack in Mahalchari by Bengali Settlers and Bangladesh army
15 August 2003: Bangladesh army arrest 3 indigenous Chakma men for pssession of licensed gun
11 August 2003: Bangladesh government and NGOs help Bengali settlers with micro credit in violation of CHT Accord
11 August 2003: Bangladesh army continue to terrorize the indigenous people in the name of Operation Uttaran
03 August 2003: Bengali settlers continue to grab indigenous land and rob indigenous people in CHT
27 July 2003: BNP government forms Committee for Implementation of CHT Accord to conceal its lackluster attitude
30 May 2003: Bangladesh army detain and torture 2 indigenous Chakma men in Kedhamara of Baghaichari
27 May 2003: Bangladesh Rifle (BDR) destroy and descrate a Buddhist temple in Barkal
25 May 2003: Bengali settler attampts to rape un underage indigenous Chakma girl in Patachari village of Baghaichari
10 May 2003: Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) survey Bhaibachara of Sajek for expansion of militray camp
20 April 2003: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people of Bhuiachara under Kamalchari union to grab indigenous land
January 2003: PCJSS demands cancellation of pacification project in CHT
15 January 2003: Bengali settlers threten the indigenous people with communal attack in Rangamati
12 January 2003: Bengali settlers win local government election in Boalkhali of Dighinala by fraud
02 January 2003: Bangladesh army torture indigenous Chakma men in Kaptai of Rangamati district
02 January 2003: Bangladesh government deploys army during Union Parishad election in CHT
08 November 2004: Bangladesh army raid and torture indigenous Chakma people of Jagarapara village in Panchari
03 August 2004: Bengali settlers kill 2 members of an indigenous Chakmas family in Bhushanchara
02 August 2004: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous Marma Buddhists in Guimara
01 August 2004: Bengali settlers attack indigenous Chakma people in Rangamati
29 July 2004: Bangladesh army kills an indigenous Marma Buddhist in Kaptai
25 May 2004: Bangladesh army arrest and torture members of PCJSS in Guimara
18 May 2004: BDR harass an indigenous Chakma woman in Longadu
12 May 2004: Bangladesh army raid indigenous Chakma houses at Naniarchar
04 May 2004: Bangladesh army orders indigenous people to leave their homesteads for settlers in Sindukchari
27 April 2004: Bangladesh army torture 2 indigenous Tripura people in Matiranga
17 April 2004: Bengali settlers murder an indigenous Chakma man in Naniarchar
02 November 2005: Bangladesh army hit and injure an under age indigenous Chakma boy in Khagrachari
31 October 2005: Pro-government group tries to kidnap 2 indigenous villagers in Laxmichari
08 September 2005: Human rights groups denounce Bangladesh government’s attempt to ban indigenous leaders
July 2005: Bangladesh army restricts the construction of indigenous Chakma houses in Jurachari
28 July 2005: Bangladesh army terrorizes indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Atarakchara of Longadu
25 July 2005: Bangladesh army and Bengali settlers attack indigenous Marma Buddhists in Kaukhali
24 July 2005: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous Marma Buddhists in Manikchari
10 July 2005: Bengali settlers staged demonstration in Rangamati to demand ‘equal rights’
02 July 2005: Bengali settlers organise public meeting in Rangamati
23 June 2005: Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) destroys indigenous Chakma houses in Sajek
20 June 2005: Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) torture an indigenous Chakma man in Sajek
06 June 2005: Bangladesh Rifles of Marishya BDR zone orders the indigenous Chakma Buddhists to vacate their homes in Sajek
May 2005: Bangladesh Government undertake massive Bengali Muslim settlement in Sajek
March 2005: Bengali settlers continue to grab indigenous owned land in Khagrachari district
25 March 2005: Santu Larma says “Bangladesh government is not sincere about the CHT Accord”
26 February 2005: Indigenous people block Khagrachari-Mahalchari-Rangamati road in protest of land grabbing by Bengali settlers in Khagrachari
24 February 2005: Bangladesh army grab indigenous land in Bandarban Hill District
23 February 2005: PCJSS appeal the donor nations to bring the CHT issues during the Donors Meeting to be held in Washington
15 February 2005: Bangladesh government grab indigenous land in Chimbook of Bandarban
15 February 2005: Bangladesh army arrest and torture 6 indigenous Chakma men in Baghaihat
27 January 2005: Bangladesh army brutally torture a returnee indigenous refugee in Matiranga of Khagrachari district
03 January 2005: Bangladesh army conduct massive reprisal attack against the indigenous people of Baghaichari
08 September 2006: Bengali settlers rape an under aged indigenous Marma girl in Rajasthali of Rangamati district
02 September 2006: Bengali settlers rape and murder an under aged indigenous Chakma girl in Dighinala of Khagrachari district
27 August 2006: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land with the help of Bangladesh army in Ultachari of Khagrachari district
24 August 2006: Bengali settlers attack indigenous Chakma students at Rangamati College
23 August 2006: Bangladesh army arrests and tortures an indigenous Marma man at Mahalchari
22 August 2006: Bengali settlers attempt to rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Barkal of Rangamati district
17 August 2006: Bangladesh Rifles establishes new camp in Jurachari in violation of the CHT Accord
06 August 2006: Bengali settlers set fire on Buddhist temple in Longadu of Rangamati district
02 August 2006: Bangladesh army arrests and tortures an indigenous Chakma man at Baghaihat
12 July 2006: Bangladesh army arrests and tortures an indigenous Tripura man at Nunchari
30 June 2006: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Marma girl in Ramgarh of Khagrachari district
30 June 2006: Bangladesh army arrests and probably executes an indigenous Chakma man at Ghagra
19 June 2006: Bangladesh government wages disinformation campaign against the indigenous people of the CHT
19 June 2006: Bengali settlers attack PCJSS conference in Alikadam of Bandarban district
29 May 2006: Bengali settler MP Mr. Abdul Wadud Bhuiyan raises anti-accord and anti-indigenous motion in Bangladesh parliament
20 May 2006: Bengali settlers torch a Buddhist temple and grab indigenous land in Maischari
17 May 2006: Bangladesh army detains and tortures indigenous Chakma men at Longadu
07 May 2006: Bangladesh military intelligence (DGFI) arrests and totures an indigenous Chakma man in Panchari
05 May 2006: Bangladesh army arrest and tortures indigenous Chakma men in Mahalchari
28 April 2006: Bangladesh aremy detains and tortures indigenous Chakma men in Longadu
27 April 2006: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land with the help of Bangladesh army in Matiranga of Khagrachari district
23 April 2006: Bangladesh government to continue food aid to the Benglali settlers in CHT
17 April 2006: Bengali settlers abduct an indigenous Tripura girl in Matiranga of Khagrachari district
10 April 2006: Bangladesh army rape an indigenous Chakma woman in Baghaihat of Khagrachari district
07 April 2006: Bengali settler rapes an indigenous Marma girl in Manikchari of Khagrachari district
03 April 2006: Bengali settlers rape 2 indigenous Marma girls in Maischari of Khagrachari district
03 April 2006: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Maischari of Khagrachari district
April 2006: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land with the help of Bangladesh army in Guimara of Khagrachari district
20 February 2006: Bengali settlers rape and murder an indigenous Marma girl in Nakkhyangchari of Bandarban district
06 February 2006: Bangladesh army attempted to rape an indigenous Chakma woman in Naniarchar
29 January 2006: Bangladesh army indiscriminately shoot at an indigenous Chakma village during target practice in Rangamati
21 January 2006: Bangladesh army forcibley photograph indigenous people with arms in Nakkhyangchari
14 January 2006: Bengali Muslim settlers attack indigenous people in Mahalchari
23 December 2007: Bengali settlers attempt to grab indigenous Chakma people’s land in Garmaridhala of Khagrachari district
18 December 2007: Bengali settlers attempt to grab indigenous Chakma people’s land in Lemuchari of Khagrachari district
12 December 2007: Bangladesh army tries to enroll Bengali settlers in voter list of Mahalchari in Khagrachari district
09 December 2007: Indigenous victims of land grabbing hold press conference in Dhaka
08 December 2007: Bangladesh army threatens the indigenous headman to agree to Bengali settlement in Ugudochari Mouza of Khagrachari district
07 December 2007: Bangladesh Police refuses to register rape case against a Bengali settler in Manikchari
07 December 2007: Bangladesh army set fire on indigenous Chakma houses in Baghaichari
04 December 2007: Bengali settler rape an under aged indigenous Marma girl at Ramgarh in Khagrachari district
02 December 2007: Bangladesh army attempt to grab indigenous peoples’ land in Balaghata of Bandarban
28 November 2007: Bangladesh army searches indigenous Chakma houses in Bizitola of Khagrachari
19 November 2007: Ministray of CHT Affairs orders Deputy Commissioner of Khagrachari to settle 812 Bengali families in Dighinala
05 November 2007: Bangladesh army forbids the use of loudspeaker at a Buddhist temple in Babuchara
04 November 2007: Benglali settlers grab indigenous peoples’ land in Karallyachari village of Maischari
02 November 2007: Bangladesh army conduct massive military operation in Rangamati district
26 October 2007: Bengali settler attempts to rape an indigenous Marma girl in Laxmichari
7 September 2007: Bengali settlers try to grab Sadhantila Buddhist Temple in Dighinala with the backing of Bangladesh army
June 2007: Chittagong Judge Court sentences Ranglai Mro 17 years jail term on fabricated charges
14 June 2007: Bangladesh army raid the houses of PCJSS leaders in Khagrachari and Rangamati
03 June 2007: Bangladesh government orders eviction of indigenous refugees from temporary camps in Dighinala
03 June 2007: Bangladesh army arrest indigenous activist in Khagrachari under the ‘State of Emergency’ rule
May 2007: Bangladesh army interfere with the trial of Satyabir Dewan and Ranglai Mro at Chittagong court
5 May 2007: Bangladesh army arrest PCJSS activist with fabricated allegation
5 March 2007: Bangladesh joint forces arrest and torture PCJSS members in Khagrachari and Baghaichari
24 February 2007: Bangladesh army intimidate and interfere with the trial of PCJSS leaders in Rangamati court
23 February 2007: Bangladesh joint forces arrest and torture indigenous activist in Bandarban
18 February 2007: Bangladesh joint forces arrest and torture PCJSS activists in Rangamati, Jurachari and Chandraghona
24-26 November 2008: Settlers attack and injure 10 indigenous people in Mahalchari
11 October 2008: Bengali settler organization Sama Odhikar Andolon demands more army camps in CHT
03 October 2008: Bangladesh army builds new settlements between Baghaichari and Dighinala
23 September 2008: Bangladesh army tortures an indigenous youth at Nuopara in Belaichari
19 August 2008: Bengali settlers kill an indigenous Chakma man in Sajek of Baghaichari
10 August 2008: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land in Bandarban
9 August 2008: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people at Gangaram Dore in Sajek
8 August 2008: Bengali settlers clash with indigenous people over land in Chinginala of Khagrachari municipality
4 August 2008: Bangladesh army rape an indigenous women in Belaichari
4 August 2008: Bangladesh army tortures an indigenous Chakma man in Belaichari
2 August 2008: Bengali settlers blockade Sultana Kamal at Baghaihat in Rangamati
26 July 2008: Bengali settlers forcibly harvest from indigenous land in Longadu
19 July 2008: Bangladesh army attempted to rape 15 year old indigenous girl in Ghilachari
8 July 2008: Bangladesh army tortures 3 indigenous villagers in Bilaichari
7 July 2008: Bangladesh army tortures to death an indigenous villager in Kangarachari
5 July 2008: Settlers torture 2 indigenous villagers in Babuchara, Dighinala
27 June 2008: Bangladesh army deliberately charged PCJSS leaders with murder case in Bandarban
24-26 June 2008: Settlers build home on Mongol Sen Chakma’s land at Purbopara in Sajek
23 June 2008: A settler attempted to rape a 13 year old indigenous girl at Nalkata in Baghaichari
23 June 2008: Bangladesh army compels the indigenous people to trade with the settlers
3-4 June 2008: Settlers plant trees on forcibly grabbed land in Sajek union of Baghaichari
24-25 May 2008: Settlers incite communal riot in Baghaichari over the accidental death of a settler
17 May 2008: BDR (Bangladesh Rifles) torture 4 Chakma men in Logang
17 May 2008: Bangladesh army re-arrest Anunay Chakma on fabricated charge in Dighinala
13 May 2008: Bangladesh army detains an ex-PCJSS man in Dighinala
11 May 2008: Sama Odhikar Andolon demands re-establishment of army camps in CHT
11 May 2008: Settlers seize goods from indigenous people in Baghaihat
7 May 2008: Bangladesh army conducts search & destroy operation at Soileshchari in Naniarchar
6 May 2008: Bangladesh army tortures 5 Chakma men at Naniachar
5 May 2008: Bangladesh army detains and tortures 3 Chakma men at Pukirachara
29 April 2008: Bangladesh army chief Gen. Moeen distributes relief mainly to Bengali settlers in Sajek
20 April 2008: Bengali settlers attack 7 indigenous Chakma villages and burn down 100 houses in Sajek
05 March 2008: Benglali settlers rape an under aged indigenous girl in Rangamati
26 January 2008: Bangladesh government plans to curb indigenous people’s rights
22 January 2008: Bangladesh government helps Bengali settlers grab indigenous people’s land in Mahalchari
03 January 2008: Bangladesh army prevents repair of Buddhist temple in Maischari of Khagrachari district
01 January 2008: Bengali settlers attack an indigenous Tripura man in Matiranga over land dispute
21 Dec 2009: Japan MP wants CHT land issue resolved
8 Nov 2009: Bangladesh army attempt to rape a Chakma woman in Naniachar
30 Oct 2009: Bengalis gang rape a Tripura woman in Sitakunda
18 Oct 2009: Bengali settlers sexually abuse a Tripura woman in Panchari
15 Oct 2009: Bengali settler molest a Tripura girl at Matiranga
23 Sep 2009: Deputy Commissioner of Bandarban issued unlawful letter to Headmen
13 Sep 2009: Bengali settler attempted to rape a Tripura girl at Sindukchari
12 Sep 2009: Bengali settlers assault a Chakma family at Kaukhali
4 Sep 2009: Bengali settler rape an under-age Marma girl at Sindukchari
3 Sep 2009: Update on the killing of Ponemala Tripura
3 Sep 2009: Bengali settlers killed Ponemala Tripura of Mahalchari
16 Aug 2009: Army operation against indigenous villages in Naikhyingchari
14 Aug 2009: Bengali settlers attack indigenous villagers in Longadu
31 Jul 2009: Bengali settler rape a handicapped woman in Dighinala
26 Jun 2009: Bangladesh army murder a Chakma youth at Shuvalong bazaar
25 Jun 2009: 200 Mro families live in fear of settlers and Rohingya terrorists in Bandarban
15 Jun 2009: Indigenous man shot dead in Manikchari of Khagrachari
14 Jun 2009: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Jalia Para of Ramgarh
12 Jun 2009: BDR tries to establish market at Ruilui in Sajek in order to settle more Bengalis
21 May 2009: Bangladesh army harassed a Buddhist monk at Naniarchar
20 March 2009: Bangladesh army conspires to capture Sadhana Buddhist Temple at Babuchara
18 March 2009: Bangladesh army arrest two innocent villagers in Kudukchari
15 March 2009: Bangladesh army arrests 3 Chakma villagers in Karallyachari for building Buddhist retreat
08 March 2009: Bengali settler rape a 4-year old indigenous Chakma girl in Dighinala
22 January 2009: Bangladesh police arrest PCJSS leader Shaktipada Tripura in Dhaka
15 January 2009: Police arrest and torture returnee PCJSS member in Dighinala
15 January 2009: Bengali settlers clash with indigenous people in Longadu
21 Dec 2010: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Longadu
5-6 Dec 2010: Indigenous people boycott the Chairman of Land Commission in Baghaichari and Longadu
5 Dec 2010: Bengali settlers try to grab indigenous people’s land in Lemuchari of Mahalchari
23 Nov 2010: Bengali settlers attack A Tripura shopkeeper at Sindukchari
15 Nov 2010: Bengali settlers rape and murder a Tripura girl in Matiranga
08 Nov 2010: Bangladesh army grabs indigenous land for expansion of cantonment in Ruma
15 Apr 2010: Bengali settler attempt to rape an indigenous Chakma woman in Laxmichari
12 Apr 2010: Bengali settlers trespass and steal trees from the indigenous people in Kaokhali
08 Apr 2010: Bangladesh army terrorizes the indigenous people in Kaokhali
05 Apr 2010: Bangladesh army searches 5 indigenous Chakma houses in Kaokhali
29 Mar 2010: Bengali settlers murder an indigenous Chakma woman in Kaokhali
19 Mar 2010: Bengali settlers construct makeshift houses on the indigenous owned lands at Pablakhali
09 Mar 2010: Bangladesh army rape 2 indigenous Tripura women in Matiranga, Khagrachari
04 Mar 2010: Bengali settlers set indigenous Chakma houses on fire in Baghaichari
24 Feb 2010: Bangladesh army detains and tortures indigenous people in Khagrachari town
23 Feb 2010: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Khagrachari town
21 Feb 2010: State Minister for CHT Affairs visits Baghaihat
19-20 Feb 2010: Bangladesh Army shoots dead 6 indigenous people at Baghaichari
21 Jan 2010: Bangladesh army tortures indigenous people over land dispute in Sajek
19 Jan 2010: Police officer and hotel manager rape a minor indigenous girl in Rangamati
19 Jan 2010: BDR beats Buddhist villagers at Tamprue in Naikhyongchari upazila
17 Jan 2010: Bengali settlers resume expansion of settlement in Sajek
2 Jan 2010: Bengali settlers attack a Chakma boy at Naniachar
29 December 2011: Bengali settlers attack and grab Hnila Buddhist temple in Teknaf
19 December 2011: Bangladesh police arrest an indigenous Chakma man for alleged involvement with abduction of settler fishermen in Barkal
14 December 2011: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Baghaichari and Dighinala
01 October 2011: Bengali settlers murder an indigenous Chakma woman in Khagrachari
24 September 2011: Bengali settler rapes an indigenous Tripura woman in Panchari of Khagrachari district
23 September 2011: Bengali settlers attempt to grab indigenous peoples’ land in Ramgarh of Khagrachari district
23 September 2011: UN chief Ban Ki Moon laugh at Sheikh Hasina for mis-representing the indigenous people
18 September 2011: Border Guards of Bangladesh (BGB) torture indigenous village heads in Thanchi of Bandarban district
12 September 2011: Bengali settler attempts to rape an indigenous Marma girl in Thanchi of Bandarban district
12 September 2011: Bengali settlers grab indigenous land in Gungru Mukh of Bandarban district
27 August 2011: Bengali settlers erect 5 houses on indigenous land in Rangamati municipality
10 August 2011: Bangladesh government trying to turn CHT into a Muslim dominated region: Santu Larma
07 August 2011: Bangladesh police beat and torture 22 indigenous students in Khagrachhari
30 July 2011: Bengali settlers kill 3 indigenous people and sexually assault an indigenous girl in Lama, Bandarban
27 July 2011: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Baghaichari
16 May 2011: Bangladesh army prevents repair work of Buddhist temple in Maischari
15 May 2011: Bengali settlers attempt to grab 400 acres of indigenous owned land in Lama
13 May 2011: Bengali settlers rape and kill an indigenous Chakma girl in Dighinala
11 May 2011: Bengali settlers grab and destroy Buddhist temple in Teknaf
8 May 2011: Bengali settlers attempt to grab indigenous owned land in Manikchari
17 Apr 2011: Bengali settlers backed by security forces attack indigenous people in Ramgarh
03 Mar 2011: Bengali settlers try to grab indigenous land in Naniarchar
17 Feb 2011: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people in Longadu
11 Feb 2011: Bengali settlers plant red flag to occupy indigenous land in Naniachar
10 Feb 2011: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous woman in Naikhyongchari
31 Jan 2011: Bengali settlers prevent cremation of dead body in Mahalchari of Khagrachari
26 Jan 2011: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous housewife in Matiranga of Khagrachari
21 December 2012: Bengali settlers rape and kill an indigenous Marma girl in Kaukhali
04 December 2012: Bangladesh army sexually harassed an indigenous Chakma girl in Naniarchar
14 November 2012: Bangladesh army and UPDF raid an indigenous village at Balukhali in Rangamati
19 October 2012: Bangladesh forest guards shoot dead an indigenous Tanchangya farmer in Kaptai
14 October 2012: Bangladesh army attempt to rape 3 indigenous Chakma girls in Mahalchari
03 October 2012: Bengali settlers attempt to rape an indigenous Marma girl in Rowangchari
02 October 2012: Bengali settlers attempt to rape an indigenous Tanchangya girl in Rajastali
29 September 2012: Muslim extremists attack Buddhists in Cox’s Bazaar and Chittagong districts
23 September 2012: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people at Rangamati
22 September 2012: Bangladesh army and settlers conduct racially motivated attack against indigenous people in Rangamati
18 September 2012: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Chakma housewife in Dighinala
17 September 2012: Raja Tridiv Roy passes away in Islamabad
16 September 2012: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people over land dispute in Betchari
08 September 2012: Bangladesh army attempt to rape an indigenous Marma girl in Kaptai
26 August 2012: Bengali settlers attack 3 indigenous Chakma villagers in Panchari
22 August 2012: Bengali settlers kill an indigenous Tripura woman in Matiranga
21 August 2012: Bangladesh policeman rape an 11 year old indigenous Tripura girl in Dighinala
04 August 2012: Bengali settlers incite communal riot against indigenous people in Matiranga
09 July 2012: Bengali settlers rob and assault indigenous Chakma people in Longadu
07 July 2012: Bengali settlers kill an indigenous Chakma woman in Uluchara area of Rangamati
04 July 2012: Muslim group abducts 11 indigenous Tripura children for forcible conversion in Dhaka
12 June 2012: Bengali settlers attempted to rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Rangamati
05 June 2012: Bengali settlers attempted to rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Rangamati
05 June 2012: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Tripura girl in Fatikchari
30 May 2012: Bangladesh police attack indigenous Chakma people in Teknaf injuring 12 including a pregnant woman
30 May 2012: Bengali settlers attack indigenous Chakma people with the intention to grab land in Barkal
20 May 2012: UPDF toss grenade at PCP activists in Rangamati, 1 dead and 13 injured
10 May 2012: Bengali settlers burn down 3 indigenous Tripura houses in Panchari
09 May 2012: Bengali settlers rape and kill an 11 year old indigenous Chakma girl in Longadu
28 April 2012: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Chakma woman in Longadu
25 April 2012: Bengali settlers rape an indigenous Tripura woman with speech disability in Matiranga
17 April 2012: Bengali settlers abduct and rape an indigenous Marma girl in Kaukhali
07 April 2012: Bengali settlers kill an indigenous Marma Buddhist in Kaptai
23 March 2012: Bengali settlers rape an 11-year old indigenous Marma girl in Manikchari
05 March 2012: Bengali settlers attack an indigenous Rakhine family in Moheskhali of Cox’s Bazar
01 February 2012: Bengali settlers gang rape an indigenous Chakma girl in Laxmichari
28 January 2012: Bengali settlers attack and plunder a Buddhist temple in Bilaichari following the death of a settler
10 April 2013: Bengali settlers evict 21 indigenous Chak families in Naikhyongchari
04 April 2013: Bengali truck driver rapes an indigenous Tripura girl in Satkania 26 March 2013: Bengali settler rapes an 8-year indigenous Marma Buddhist girl in Guimara
02 February 2013: Bengali settlers sexually harass an indigenous Tripura girl in Bandarban
01 February 2013: Bengali settlers sexually harass an indigenous Marma girl in Bandarban
27 January 2013: Bangladesh Police charge indigenous people with baton in Bandarban
25 January 2013: Bengali settlers attack indigenous people following the death of a labourer in Matiranga
05 January 2013: Bengali miscreant abduct and rape an indigenous Chakma girl at Savar, Dhaka
02 January 2013: Muslim group abducts 16 indigenous Tripura children for forcible conversion

29 thoughts on “Bangladesh PM admits Rohingya Muslims are NOT from Burma but are illegals who ‘tarnish the country’s image’

  1. It’s completely a wrong article which has written by the terrorist, rapist racist criminal liar killer Nazi Burmese military supporter . The criminal nation can say and write anything.

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  2. but why all those muslim want to go other country? when they have such a rich middle east countries ..like qatar or dubai or wat ever…..why dnt they just go there ? why they wanna go to someplace where they are are not like ? why they wanna go to some place other then muslim countries and disrupt the peace there ?……and defy watever they come across ….it seems like i can visit someone place and do wat i do at my home ?

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  3. Now when the Muslims are kicked out of Myanmar…Many media channels are helping and seeking help for them (illegal migrants Muslim). They even don’t know the truth behind. When the Bengali people’s attack the peace loving Buddhist so called CHAKMA and other tribes in CHT ( Bangladesh) .All the media channels goes dead and there is no one to know what are they doing to those innocent people’s and killing them, destroying the Buddhist temples etc. Why can’t they think that these peoples ( Bengali Muslim) are only for torturing and killing innocent people of the main origin. Myanmar peoples did the right thing, they have all the right to defend their country and lives at all cost.

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      • It’s an invasion to simply put it. Sometimes people have to make hard decisions to keep themselves secure. If your government want to accept these people I’m sure the refugees won’t disagree. This much undocumented people who most likely have an ulterior agenda are gonna hurt developing countries in Asia. The US, some Europe and Australian governments are aginst illegal immigrants but if a third world contry does it they are the bad guy? What is ‘The free world leader Trump’s stance on illegal immigrants?

        It could sound harsh on paper but a government and people should think about their own people first.

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    • What are we to take away from this video? That Islamic violence has some previously unrecognized parallel in Buddhism? Or, as SAJ ALI commented, “Obviously jews would be pulling the strings.”?

      So the Sharia Grand Jury is back with a Bill of Indictment for everyone but themselves, history’s perennial victims?

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    • Those are not monks. Believe me I am a Buddhist and Burmese. We all know that they are just fakes. No one in Myanmar, who has a brain, follows them. They break the rules of monks set by Buddha. Before writing a comment, you should research more.

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      • Pretty sure you’re a moslem.
        You guys have been working
        as a conglomerate to lie the whole world.
        We know you moslems are allowed to lie for the good sake of islam. Thats called TAQIYYA.
        There is no such ethnic ‘rohingya’ and that name was created in about 1970s.
        Their ‘rohingy’ alphabets are created in 1975. Real purpose is to claim a muslim land after you muslims had failed the arm jihad in 1942.
        In that 1942, you muslim mujahids(at that time, you guys call yourselves MUJAHID) slaughtered about fifty thousands of rakhine ethnic , who are real native people.
        Shame on you.

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  4. How about posting a quote from the Bangladesh Prime Minster where she admits Rohingya Muslims are NOT from Burma but are illegals who tarnish the country’s image, and you have claimed she said? You have purposely misquoted her making you nothing more than a LIAR. Shame on you!

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    • You’re obviously retarded in some way. The article by the International Business Times already has a quote AND a link to the the PM’s official statement publshed in Agence France-Presse. How about learning to read before you comment?

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      • Under no circumstances did she say that the sum of those seeking asylum were solely from Bangladesh. That’s the part you just made up. It explicitly say in the article that you quote from this: “They [Indonesia] believe there are about 7,000 people at sea. They think about 30-40 percent are Rohingya, the rest are Bangladeshi.” So how about a retraction?

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      • Again, you’re clearly retarded. They are illegals from Bangladesh and Bengal. We can’t keep repeating it ad nauseaum until people like you learn to read. They should be shot on trespassing.

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  5. Many thanks to Bangladesh PM, Australian Foreign Minister and Indonesian officials who honestly confirmed that the boat peoples are not so called Rohingya Muslim from Myanmar who fleeing persecution-they are not refugees-They’re illegal labourers

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  6. I always smile when I read that all of these “refugees” have no wish to actually settle in Muslim countries as the endemic poverty and oppression there, is what they are escaping. But allowing them into infidel states simply drags the Muslim problem and all of its fallout into the infidel country where they rapidly outbreed the indigenous population, have no intention of assimilating and eventually turn it into another third world Muslim sewer of oppression , poverty and violence. Any multiculturalism advocate should be forced to live in such a sewer for a decade to enable him to gain some insight. Like ticks and fleas, they feed off bleeding hearts and kindness then destroy them..

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