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30 November, 2012

BREAKIING- On 29th November, 2012, at 8AM, 30th Street, between 77 & 74 Street, National Hospital of Mandaly. There are victim from Monywa District, Salingyi Township, Labadan Hill Bronz Mining, the horrifying moment the protesters were allegedly brutally crushed by Water Compressors, Tears Bombs, Phosphorus Bombs and set fires on them. The demonstrator had apparently resisted a gov relocation when they appeared to be crushed by weapons on the order of Chief Police official. MONYWA and RANGOON—Victims sat or lay down while receiving medical treatment at Monywa Hospital in Sagaing Division after a brutal pre-dawn crackdown by security forces on Thursday. Faces, ears, hands, legs and backs were brutally burnt after tear gas, water cannons and incendiary devices were reportedly used by riot police with at least 27 monks injured in the resulting blazes. Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is due to visit the scene on Thursday afternoon. The peaceful protesters were demanding a halt to a Chinese-backed copper mine at the Letpadaung mountain range and did not expect such an aggressive response from the security forces. A monk called U Theika Nyana who was seriously injured in the raid has been sent to Mandalay Hospital for emergency treatment. Reports circulated that one monk died from his injuries, but The Irrawaddy was unable to independently verify this at the time of publication. While receiving treatment for severe burns to his face, Buddhist monk U Kawida told The Irrawaddy that he took three hours to reach the hospital from where the crackdown took place. “The fire broke out while we were asleep. We were burnt, but there was no one to help us. The authorities didn’t help us,” said the 25-year-old. An estimated 100 riot police raided six protest camps near Monywa, some 136 km northwest of Mandalay in Upper Burma, at around 2:30 am after suddenly demanding all protesters leave the area within five minutes. “They fired tear gas. The fire came from the gas. For about one hour we tried to escape from the flames and we finally reached the hospital in Monywa at 6 am,” said Kawida, another monk receiving treatment. A hospital employee confirmed that the injured monks arrived in the early hours but declined to elaborate on the condition of patients. Ye Ying Aung, who witnessed the raid firsthand, said that police and firefighters are now patrolling the scene and all protesters have since fled the area. Some activists including six monks were beaten, arrested and taken away from the protest camp to unknown location, claim local sources. All six protest camps have now been shut down by the local authorities. Security has also been also beefed up around Monywa Hospital with activists warned that they will be arrested if their protest continues, according to local sources. The copper mining project is a joint-venture between China’s Wan Bao Company and the Burmese military-owned Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. The project has come under pressure since August this year after more than 300 residents from 12 villages in the Letpadaung mountain range staged protests to demand its closure citing environmental destruction, land confiscation and forced relocations.

09 November, 2012

Pakistani parents honour killed teenage daughter with acid for looking at a boy

A girl has allegedly been killed for "eyeing a boy." The tragedy occurred when a Pakistani couple accused their 15 year old daughter of dishonoring their family by looking at a boy, and as a punishment threw acid on her. The murder was a so-called "honor killing" in Pakistan, a country where reports are common about women killed for marrying or having what are deemed inappropriate relationships by their families. Mohammad Zafar and his wife Zaheen had spoken to the BBC from jail, and explained the killing, which allegedly took place on Oct. 29. The victim's father has said that his daughter turned to look at a boy who drove past them on a motorbike. He reportedly fiercely scolded her telling her it was wrong to eye a boy in such a way. ''She said 'I didn't do it on purpose. I won't look again.' By then I had already thrown the acid. It was her destiny to die this way,'' the girl's mother said, according to the BBC. The father went on to explain that his family had already been reprimanded by the local community because of their older daughter's behavior. It appears as though that experience led them to take a much harsher line with their younger daughter, which ultimately led to her death. According to Pakistani officials the attack had taken place because the girl had dishonored her family by having an affair with a boy. In 2011 nearly 1,000 women were murdered in so called "honor killings" in Pakistan, according to the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. However, that number only includes officially reported cases, and the real number is thought to be much higher. The HRCP released a report stating: ''Throughout the year, women were callously killed in the name of honor when they went against family wishes in any way, or even on the basis of suspicion that they did so. Women were sometimes killed in the name of honor over property disputes and inheritance rights."

19 August, 2012

Press Release on usage of misleading photos of Tibetan monks in media reports on Myanmar conflict

August 14, 2012 2:46 pm
Press Release

14 August 2012

The Central Tibetan Administration based in Dharamsala is deeply disturbed and concerned over the circulation of a misleading photograph in some section of the media showing Tibetan monks in their reports on the recent violence in Myanmar involving Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims.

07 August, 2012

Rohingya Are Terrorists

The international media groups have been unfair to Myanmar and to the Rakkhine victims of the Rohingya attack.  It is obvious that the Rohingyas are the attackers. Why would the majority Rakkhine leave their homes, and get their properties torched if they were the attackers?

We(Myanmar Citizens) would like to ask the international entities who speak up for Rohingyas. Who would speak up for the Rakkhines whose homes were ablazed? Who would seek justice for the Rakkhines who were brutally murdered by the Rohingyas during the Arakan massacred? You suggested the government of Myanmar of accept the Rohingyas. Were you there when the Rohingyas raped our women? Were you there when they splashed kerosene at our homes and burnt them down? Were you there when they brutally murder our people?

Get up and set your foot on our Arakan land. Hear our cries. Feel our sorrow. Touch our tears. Touch our blood. See the carcasses. See the faces. It is for real. None of these are fabricated nor manipulated. The victims are the Rakkhines, the innocent villagers who were killed by the Rohingya terrorists. Why did Rohingyas kill the villagers? The answer is simple. It is because Rohingyas are not one of us, not one of the ethnic group of Myanmar.

 In fact, they are terrorists!

13 June, 2012

Aung San Suu Kyi sets out on first Europe trip in 24 years

Updated 03:17 PM Jun 13, 2012
YANGON (Myanmar) - When Aung San Suu Kyi last saw Europe, it was still divided into the democratic West and communist East. Her homeland of Myanmar was still under oppressive military rule.

10 June, 2012

Bengali Rohingya are not Myanmar people

            I have heard that the government set security force in Maungdaw, Arakan because of the current instability.

မဟာေဗာဓိၿမိဳင္ ဆရာေတာ္ဘုရားႀကီး

ဒီတိုင္းၿပည္ခို ၊ ဒီေရကိုေသာက္၊
ဒီေၿမေအာက္က ကူေထာက္စီးပြား
ထုပ္ယူစားၿပီး ၊ ၿပည္ဖြားအိမ္ရွင္၊
ရန္သူထင္၊ အသင္မွားေနၿပီ။

            အိမ္ရွင္ရိုက်ိဳး၊ အိမ္ရွင္ရွင္ကိုးေသာ၊
            မ်ိဳးရိုးဘာသာ၊ သာသနာကို၊
           ေၿခရာနင္းလ်က္၊ အတင္းဖ်က္၊

အိမ္ရွင္ကဖြား၊ သမီးသားကို၊
ဇနီးအၿဖစ္၊ လင္အၿဖစ္ၿဖင့္၊
အနွစ္ကိုႏႈတ္၊ အညစ္ၿမွပ္လ်က္၊
ေမြးထုတ္ကေလး၊ စပ္တူေသြးတြင္၊
အေရးခ်က္ခ်ာ၊ မ်ိဳးဘာသာအား၊
လုယူထား၊ စာ္ကားလြန္းေနၿပီ။

            သင့္အိမ္ခိုလ်က္၊ သင့္ကိုဖ်က္၊
            သမီးေပ်ာ္ပါး၊ သားေပ်ာ္ပါး

22 April, 2012

NTT DATA to establish a subsidiary in Myanmar

Apr. 19, 2012

NTT DATA Corporation

NTT DATA Corporation has decided to establish a subsidiary in Myanmar, a country with a large potential for economic development. NTT DATA and its subsidiary NTT DATA Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (President and CEO: Ryoji Fukaya; Head office: Singapore) will jointly own the new company. With preparations for application for incorporation already underway, we plan to submit an application in mid-May and establish the company in September. The new subsidiary is expected to start operations by the end of this fiscal year.

Plan to boycott parliament

YANGON: Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other newly elected members of her party plan to boycott parliament next week over a row about the constitutional oath, a party spokesman said on Friday.

It is the first sign of serious discord between Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) and the reformist regime since April 1 by-elections that gave the former political prisoner her first-ever seat in parliament.

02 April, 2012

Myanmar minister says by-elections 'free and fair'

PHNOM PENH - Myanmar's foreign minister says the weekend by-elections contested by pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in his Southeast Asian nation were "free and fair."

Wunna Maung Lwin's upbeat assessment of Sunday's vote was echoed by colleagues in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, which will hold its annual summit in the Cambodian capital this week.

Myanmar opposition alleges ballot paper irregularities

YANGON: Myanmar's opposition complained Sunday that ballot sheets had been tampered with in landmark elections in which its leader Aung San Suu Kyi is standing for parliament for the first time.

25 March, 2012


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