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Cultural blending of the two communities

Cultural blending of the two communities          In most part of the Arakan history, there were close political, economic and cultural inter-dependency and harmonious relationship between Muslim and the Rakhine.          Stone plates of inscriptions in Arabic script were retrieved from inside the pagodas and monasteries. Some are still found in Mrauk-U and Akyab Museums. […]

Dr. E Forchhammer and Islamic Monuments in Arakan

Dr. E Forchhammer and Islamic Monuments in Arakan  By Aman Ullah  Dr. Emil Forchhammer, a German-born Swiss Professor of Pali at Rangoon College, in his report of Arakan , which was publish in 1891, described not only all   the historical, social, cultural, archaeological aspects of Arakan but also its  religious side. He touched from the […]

Rohingya as Burmese Ethnic in Army (Tatmadaw) Journal of Volume 12, Number 6, Issue 18th July 1961 (image)

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Rohingya as Burmese Ethnic in Army (Tatmadaw) Journal of Volume 12, Number 6, Issue 18th July 1961

download  link >>> Tatmadaw Khitye Sazong 1961 Volume 12, Number 6, Issue 18th July 1961, Tatmadaw (Army) Journal has clearly described Rohingya as an Burmese ethnic like other and mentioned the existence of Rohingya which ignorant have been in denial of.   download  link >>> Tatmadaw Khitye Sazong 1961

PM welcomes ICC decision to probe atrocities on Rohingyas

Dhaka Tribune Published at 10:48 am February 16th, 2019 ICC Chief Prosecutor Dr Fatou Bensouda meets Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Friday; February 15, 2019 BSS She assured the ICC of giving all possible support to the team which is scheduled to visit Bangladesh next […]

The speech delivered by Brigadier General Aung Gyi on 4 July 1961

          (“Myanmar Alin” 8-7-61 page 5-6) The speech delivered by Brigadier General Aung Gyi on 4th July 1961, at Maungdaw, North Arakan. Brigadier General Aung Gyi (1919-2012) Vice Chief of Staff of Burma I want to speak a little in this arms laying down ceremony (at Maungdaw, July 4, 1961) of the  resistance group who […]

Arakan

In the 17th century, Mrauk U was home to a diverse population including Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Hindus; from Arakan, Burma proper, Bengal, North India, Northeast India, the Middle East and Europe Coinage with a Arabic inscription from Bengali-ruled Arakan, 16th century Arakan ( ARR-ə-kan or AR-ə-kahn[1]) is a historic coastal region in Southeast Asia. […]