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ROHINGYAS ARE A NATION IN ARAKAN

ON THE MEMORY OF LATE TAHER BA THA ROHINGYAS ARE A NATION IN ARAKAN By Ba Tha (Buthidaung) “They are living in a hostile country, and have been for hundreds of years, and yet they survive. They are perhaps to be compared with the Jews. A nation within a nation, and the apple tree hating […]

Diplomat: Anti-Muslim Violence in Myanmar is ‘Rule of Law’ Problem

  May 11, 2017 YANGON, MYANMAR —  Calling Myanmar “a new democracy,” the U.S. ambassador to Myanmar told VOA the latest manifestation of increasing anti-Muslim sentiment in the Southeast Asian nation is a problem rooted in “the rule of law.” The early morning confrontation Wednesday began late Tuesday night when a group of nationalists complained […]

The Citizenship Question of the Rohingyas

By Aman Ullah “Everyone has the right to a nationality,” and “no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality.”   Universal Declaration of Human Rights, In January 1947, Aung San led a small delegation to Landon to discuss Burma’s political future. The outcome of this visit was ‘Aung San-Atlee Agreement’, which was signed on 27th […]

“Rohingya: The name, the movement, the quest for identity.” Yangon, 2013. | Jacques P Leider – Academia.edu

[“Rohingya: The name, the movement, the quest for identity.” Yangon, 2013. | Jacques P Leider – Academia.edu] is good,have a look at it! https://www.academia.edu/7994939/_Rohingya_The_name_the_movement_the_quest_for_identity._Yangon_2013

Former U.N. chief ‘deeply concerned’ as Myanmar violence toll jumps

Nov 15, 2016 I Reuters Up to 69 members of what Myanmar’s government has described as a Rohingya Muslim militant group and 17 members of the security forces have been killed in an escalation of fighting in ethnically divided Rakhine State, the army said on Tuesday. The death toll, announced in the state-owned Global New […]

Rohingya Identity

U Kyaw Min August 11, 2014 Today Arakanese Muslim calls themselves Rohingya or Roewengya. —- writers and poets appeared among the Arakanese Muslims, especially during fifteenth to eighteenth centuries; and there were even some Muslim court poets at the courts of Arakan King’s. (see in chapter four). These poets and writers wrote in Persian and […]

The Authenticity of “Rohingya Identity”

To begin this chapter let me start with the quotation of a famous historian. He (Moshe Yegar) writes; “Today Arakanese Muslim calls themselves Rohingya or Roewengya. – – – writers and poets appeared  among the Arakanese Muslims, especially during fifteenth to eighteenth centuries; and there were even some Muslim court poets at the courts of […]