|Buddhist-Yakhines from Bangladesh now resettling |
back in Arakan after fleeing Islamic genocide.
Just on October 15 alone sixteen Buddhist families of more than 50 people crossed the Burma-Bangladesh border. They were originally from the Ywar-daw Village by India-Bangladesh border and they are now temporarily taking refuge in Central Buddhist Monastery in Maungdaw Town.
“Right now they urgently need blankets, mosquito-nets, flannels, cooking pots & pans, and kitchenware. Very soon they will be moving into new houses now being built for them in Aung-thar-yar model village,” said Buddhist Abbott of the Maungdaw Central Monastery.
“We each were issued Temporary Residency Permit as MDW-IP after thorough examinations by Burmese Immigration officials. If we want to travel outside of Maungdaw Township like going to Sittwe or Rangoon we can go with a permit from District Immigration Office. We were issued temporary stay permits in last September,” explained happily a Bangladeshi-Buddhist refugee now living in Kha-yay-myaing model village near Maungdaw Town.
At present Maungdaw District Administration and local Buddhist groups have provided the Buddhist refugees with foodstuff and other essential supplies. Each refugee family of Bangladeshi-Buddhists is given a brand-new house in a new model village and about ten acres of good paddy land to work on and also provided with good paddy seeds and fertilizers.
|Desperate Buddhist refugee family just arrived in Arakan from Bangladesh.|
|A BGF-Bangladesh patrol on the border trying to rob the fleeing Buddhists.|
|A model village to resettle Buddhists fleeing the genocide in Bangladesh.|
|A typical house in a Buddhist model village for the refugees.|
(Blogger's Notes: Chittagong - its original Burmese name was Sittagaung - Hill Tracts the border region with nearly 100% Buddhist-Burmese and Buddhist-Yakhines in 1960s has been tragically reduced to just over 10% Buddhist today by the countless numbers of Islamic pogroms committed by the millions and millions of Bengali-Muslim settlers wholeheartedly supported by successive Bangladeshi Governments and brutally-violent Bangladeshi Islamists funded by Al-Rabitah (Muslim World League) from Wahabi Saudi Arabia.
The Buddhist population in Bangladesh right now is measly 0.7% from over 20% just before the Second World War. The tragic fact that nowadays Bangladesh is almost Buddhist-free and the genocidal extinction of Burmese-Buddhists in Bangladesh has been conveniently ignored by Saudi-funded OIC and its backers United Nations and United States.
Maybe the recent burning of Muslims and their mosques and madrassas in Burma's Meikhtilar will encourage Muslims to leave Burma like the frequent Islamic-pogroms in Bangladesh are the incentives for Buddhists there to leave Bangladesh.)