girl gang-raped by
- Ambushed On Ledo Road
- Burma In Limbo
- Daw Moe Swe: Red matron
- Scourge of Burma
- Second Lt. Hnin Aung
- Rice Riots to Race Riots
- Song For Irrawaddy
- Aung Moe and Amy
- Midnight Searches
- 1978 Opium War
- Major Kyaw San?
- Burma's Killer Highways
- First Anglo-Burmese War
- Tha-din-gyut in Mawgyun
- Shans' 1962 Federal Mu
- Burma's Land Reform
- General Min Aung Hlaing
- Islamic Genocide of Buddhists
- Irrawaddy Waters and Ne Win's Gold Trees
- Chun Doo-Hwan Bombing
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The soldiers of the Bangladesh Army encircled the village at 11:00 a.m. and on the pretext of making searches entered the houses. All the women and the girls who were in their houses, were stripped by the soldiers and were subjected to gang rape. Even the minors were not spared.
The Bangladeshi security personnel have been inflicting rape upon the Jumma women since the conflict started in the mid 1970s. The Bangladesh military systematically use rape as a deliberate tactic to destroy or damage the Jumma nation.
Myanmar's insurgent United Wa State Army (UWSA) has for the first time acquired an armed rotary-wing aviation capability with assistance from China: the latest move in a programme of rapid rearmament.
China delivered several Mil Mi-17 'Hip' medium-transport helicopters armed with TY-90 air-to-air missiles to the Wa in late February and early March, according to both Myanmar ethnic minority and Myanmar government sources.
Monday, April 29, 2013
But the CAIR – Council on American Islamic Relations – one of Muslim Brotherhood’s fronts in US is desperately fighting back with the help of Obama’s left-leaning Democrat Party and other left-wing and Socialist groups to stop those anti-Sharia laws spreading all over United States.
Below are ten cases of American Muslim Families who have encountered conflicts between the equal protection under the Constitution they should have received, and legal discrimination imposed on them by Shariah law – in American Courts (excerpted from “Shariah Law and American State Courts“).
Sunday, April 28, 2013
|Muslim Brotherhood's Jihadist foot-soldiers.|
The Muslim Brotherhood (known in Arabic as al-Ikhwan al-Muslimeen) is Egypt's oldest and largest Islamist organization. As the most organized opposition group following the ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, the Brotherhood became the country's dominant political force, winning a near majority of seats in the post-revolution parliament, and its candidate, Mohammed Morsi, winning the presidency.
Some Egyptians are concerned over the group's aim to establish a state ruled by sharia, or Islamic law, and ambiguity over its respect for human rights. Such concerns intensified after Morsi announced new sweeping powers for the presidency in late 2012 and a draft of the proposed constitution was published. The domestic political challenges also provide a difficult road for U.S.-Egypt relations, especially with regards to foreign aid.
Friday, April 26, 2013
(This article is the AngelFire.com’s Chittagong Hill Tracts – Destruction and Desecration.)
|Praying in a Burnt-down Buddhist Temple.|
On 8 May 1986, The Bangladesh Army motivated by religious fanaticism attacked "Navajyoti Buddhist Vihara" (Navajyoti Buddhist Temple) at Lalyaghona Village in Baghaichari Upazilla (sub district), destroyed and desecrated the temple by breaking down one of the images.
It's part of the systematic pattern of the Bangladesh military's attack against the religious minorities of the country. Religious fundamentalism and intolerance to the religious minorities are on the rise in Bangladesh in general and military in particular.
Religious persecution and destruction of places of worship is commonplace in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT). Religious persecution takes place in the form of torture, murder, intimidation of the monks of the Buddhist, Hindu and Christian faiths and deliberate and systematic destructions of places of worship. The following information is just a small fraction of the Bangladesh (BD) Government organised religious persecution committed against the Jumma people of the CHT.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Burma’s leading nationalist monk Shin Wirathu the defender of our race, religion, and faith has begun his tour of Karen State. He stated that his sole intention is to prevent our Karen State from becoming a Kalar Sate before it is too late.
At Phar-an he paid respect to the Zwegabin Abbott in Phar-an as soon as he arrived there and then received local monks and the local members of popular 969 Movement. Photos are below.
Bengali-Muslims living in Karen State are watching horribly the arrival of the famous nationalist monk as it could mean a really worrying trouble for the Muslims prospering and rapidly multiplying in Phar-an and other towns in the Karen State.
|Bengali-Muslim Rapist-Kidnapper Fugitive Hussein-by.|
It happened in Phar-an the state capital of Karen State in lower-Eastern Burma. The nationalist monk Shin Wirathu was asked for his help by the local Buddhist monks network while he was visiting there.
On 6 November 2011 a Burmese Buddhist girl (name withheld to protect her) a Phar-an native was kidnapped by a group of Bengali-Muslims led by Hussein-by (a) Arkar Naing. She was raped and then forced to marry the kalar Hussein-by at an illegal Sharai Court in the town of Tha-htone in neighboring Mon State.
"There are some who are putting women at risk. And doing so for ridiculous reasons, namely that they are somehow responsible for the abuse they are suffering." — Nazir Afzal, head of the Crown Prosecution Service, northwest England.
A new documentary secretly filmed inside several of the 85 Islamic Sharia Law courts operating in Britain has exposed the systematic discrimination that many women are suffering at the hands of Muslim jurists.
The documentary, Secrets of Britain's Sharia Courts , was filmed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and was first aired on BBC Panorama, a long-running current affairs program, on April 8.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
|Fire-damaged Buddha statue.|
Criminals torched the Buddha idol in Shakyamuni pagoda of Boalkhali in Chittagong after breaking into the monastery early yesterday. They burnt its robe but managed to make way with five smaller idols and the donation box.
Mystery shrouds arson attacks on Buddhist temple and orphanage at Patiya, and looting and vandalism at another temple at Boalkhali in the last three days.
The incidents, carried out in similar fashion, have sent shock waves through the Buddhists in the areas. They hark back to September last when two temples were vandalised at Kolagaon union in Patiya. Also that month, fanatics destroyed 18 Buddhist temples, monasteries and more than 50 houses at Ramu upazila in adjoining Cox’s Bazar district.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The tweet went out to the AP's 1.9 million followers.
|Lt. Colonel Bernard Gaynor.|
As I’ve written a number of times before, Australians urgently need to debate the pros and cons of continued Islamic immigration.
News that ASIO is concerned that hundreds of Muslim Australians have gone to Syria to fight with radical Islamist groups highlights that this debate must be had.
In my opinion, it is easier to keep the chilli powder in the can than trying to pick it out of the flour once it is dropped in.
My latest press release regarding this issue is below:
A former Regular Australian Army Intelligence Officer says ASIO’s admission that hundreds of Muslim Australians may be fighting with al Qaeda in Syria highlights the urgent need to reassess Australia’s immigration settings.
This monk was injured by the Bangladesh Army. The Bangladesh Army attacked his village and temple during the Matiranga, Panchari massacres on 30 April - 1 May 1986, they destroyed the temple, Buddha images and Buddhist texts. This monk like many others had to seek refuge in Tripura, India.
The destruction of Jumma peoples' religious and cultural life in the CHT have been a marked feature of the CHT conflict since the early 1970s. The Jumma peoples of the CHT are Buddhists, Hindus, Christians and Animists. These religious groupings reflect ethnic differences.
The Chakma, Tangchanya and Marma are mainly Buddhists, the Tripuras Hindus and some smaller groups such as the Bawm and Pankhua are Christians. Mru and Khumi practise what is known as Animism. Religious tolerance has been a long tradition of the Jumma people.
Saturday, April 20, 2013
|Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) radical Mosque in Boston.|
Suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev attended a Massachusetts mosque that made a controversial deal with a Boston city agency that allowed it to buy land at a lower-than-market price in exchange for various token services to the Boston community, despite the mosque’s links to some radical anti-American figures.
His kid brother the 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev also attended mosque at the Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Daily Caller reported Friday that the ISB hosted at its satellite cultural center a book signing April 6 featuring British journalist Victoria Brittain, who has criticized the United States and United Kingdom for waging a “war against Islam” in its anti-terrorism efforts.
|Australian extremist Imam Sheik Feiz Mohammad.|
A radical Australian Muslim cleric who despises Harry Potter and preaches that rape victims only have themselves to blame had a fan in the Boston bombing suspect killed in a shootout with police.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, posted a YouTube video of fiery Sheik Feiz Mohammad, who had encouraged children to become martyrs for Islam, it was reported yesterday.
In 2007, a British documentary called “Undercover Mosque” showed footage of him saying children should be “soldiers defending Islam.’’
He said, “Teach them this: There is nothing more beloved to me than wanting to die as a mujahid. Put in their soft, tender hearts the zeal of jihad and a love of martyrdom.’’
Friday, April 19, 2013
BOSTON (AP) — In May of 2011, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, then a senior at a prestigious high school, was awarded a $2,500 scholarship from the city of Cambridge, Mass., to pursue higher education. Now, Tsarnaev is on the run, described as "armed and dangerous" and suspected of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Two brothers, one now dead, one alive and at large. After hours of only grainy images of two men in baseball caps to go on, a portrait gradually started emerging Friday of the men suspected in the attack.
The survivors swam ashore, but the armed Bengali Muslim settlers were awaiting for them and attacked the indigenous passengers - men, women and children. About 30 indigenous people were killed.
Since 1980, the Bangladesh army and the Bengali Muslim settlers had committed 13 major massacres in the Chittgong Hill Tracts (hereafter CHT). Even then massacres were not new in the CHT by then.
During the Bangladesh's liberation war against Pakistan, in 1971 the Mukti Bahini (freedom fighters of Bangladesh) perpetrated 3 massacres against the Jumma civilians in the CHT. But it was during the war against Shanti Bahini (the armed resistance of the Jumma people), the Bangladesh Army and the Bangladesh Government stepped up the frequency and intensity of mass murders against innocent civilians.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
|Carnage at Boston Marathon (15 April 2013).|
The two used in Monday’s attack are similar to devices in the failed 2010 Times Square bombing and the 2006 Mumbai train bombings that killed more than 200 people, officials said.
“They’re made out of stainless steel and the whole idea is the pressure builds up and when it explodes it rips the metal into shrapnel . . . And it all fits in a duffle bag,” said Matthew Horace, retired special agent in charge of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives field office in Newark.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
The Bengali Muslim Settlers are land less Bengali speaking Muslims from the plain land districts of Bangladesh, majority are from Chittagong, Noakhali, Comilla, and Sylhet districts. The Bangladesh Government and the Military lured the poor Bengali Muslim families with money and promise of empty land in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT).
The real motive was to outnumber the indigenous Buddhist people in the CHT and evict them from their traditional land and Islamize the CHT and then the Buddhist Arakan across the border in Burma.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
|Carnage at the Bombed-Marathon in Boston.|
Police took a 20-year-old Saudi national into custody near the scene of yesterday’s horrific Boston Marathon bomb attack, law-enforcement sources told The Post.
The potential suspect was questioned by the FBI and local police yesterday at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where he was under heavy guard while being treated for shrapnel injuries to his leg sustained in the blast.
Monday, April 15, 2013
From the time immemorial the CHT have been the home of thirteen indigenous ethnic groups. They collectively identify themselves as the Jumma people, the first peoples of the CHT. They are Chakma, Marma, Tripura, Tanchangya, Mro, Murung, Lushai, Khumi, Chak, Khyang, Bawm, Pankhua, and Reang.
The Jumma people are distinct and different from the majority Bengali population of Bangladesh in respect of race, language, culture, religion and ethnicity.
1. British Period(1787-1947):
Similar to other indigenous peoples of the world, the Jumma people were also independent before the British colonial period. The British annexed the CHT area in 1860 and created an autonomous administrative district known as "The Chittagong Hill Tracts" within the undivided British Bengal.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
|Indonesian Christians crying while their church was |
being demolished by the Islamists' bulldozers.
The congregation of Bekasi’s beleaguered HKBP Taman Sari church huddled close, forming a barrier between their church and the idling bulldozer sent to demolish their house of worship on Thursday.
They sang tearful Batak hymns in the afternoon heat, wailing between the verses, as church member Megarenta Sihite shouted at the officers from the Bekasi District Public Order Agency (Satpol PP).
“What is our sin, sir?” she screamed. “Is it a sin to pray? Show us where our mistake is. I thought this is a democratic country. Please, Mr. President, we were born here in this country with five religions. We never did anything bad to their houses of worship. Why are they doing this to us?”
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
He was 45 but he had been a monk for only two years. A son of U Mya Yin and Daw Ei from Done-gone Village near the town of Thedaw. When he was very young he became a novice training to become a monk and he studied up to first grade junior monk (Pa-hta-ma-dan-nge) at Mya-hnin-zee Teaching Monastery in Thedaw Town.
He left the novicehood later and became a layman farmer and his Burmese name is Tin Htun. The present abbot of Mogaung Monastery in Hanzar village U Pannisa was his former classmate from that novice period.
Friday, April 5, 2013
|A dead Burmese-Buddhist inside Medan Detention centre.|
A GROUP of Burmese Muslims (more than 200 illegal Bengali Muslims detained there) beat eight Burmese Buddhists (out of 11 illegal fishermen from Burma detained there) to death at an Indonesian detention centre (in Medan) overnight after becoming enraged at news of deadly communal violence in their homeland, officials said.
The Rohingya Muslims launched the attack at the immigration centre on Sumatra island using weapons fashioned from smashed up beds and broom handles after seeing pictures of recent religious violence in Burma that left dozens dead.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
(This post about “Saudi-funded George Soros’s plan to break up Burma into many small pieces along the ethnic lines - like what Bill Clinton’s US and NATO did to Yugoslavia - so that US can build military bases right on the Chinese border” is Wayne Madsen’s article direct from the TGRULE.com.)
|George Soros the Puppet Master.|
The goal of this alliance is to re-draw the map of the world for the benefit of the global elites and the “top 1 percent.”
The United Nations, which once prided itself on transparency, has now become a bureaucratic behemoth where decisions are made in closed door meetings attended by diplomats, mostly from English-speaking Western countries; corporate representatives; NGO officials tied to Soros and other entities like the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations; and current and former CIA officers, some of whom act under U.S. State Department cover.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
(This post is based on the news article from Myanmah Ahlin on 3 April 2013.)
The ABSDF the students-turned-terrorist group of notorious murderers and cannibals was the worst culprit in releasing many nasty arson accusations levelling at Burmese Government in particular and Burmese Buddhist in general.