Sunday, 18 November 2012

Two Rohingyas Slaughtered and Two Families Forced to Leave Homes

Twelve Rohingyas from Myaybon Township went for fishing in the evening of November 15, 2012. They were attacked by a group of Rakhine mobs at that evening and two Rohingyas were slaughtered. The dead bodies were thrown into the sea by Rakhine mobs. The names of killed Rohingyas are:

1. Kalu              son of U Kadir Husin               52-years
2. Sayed Amin   son of U Kabir Huson              28-years

The remaining ten Rohingyas managed to escape from the Rakhine mobs and came back to their village on next day (November 16, 2012) and reported for the killing two Rohingyas to police station nearby their village. But after reporting, the policemen came to village and arrested three Rohingyas who escaped from the killing field. The names of detained Rohingyas are:
1. Boshor            son of U Siddique
2. Amir Husin      son of U Amin
3. Zamir Ahmed   son of U Gauni Husin

There are five Rohingya muslim quarters with 602 houses and 3998 population in Myaybon main town. All Rohingya quarters were burnt down by Rakhine mobs on October 22, 2012. 30 Rohingyas were mercilessly slaughtered and more than 300 Rohingyas were wounded.

The rest Rohingyas including wouded persons run away to the forest nearby their area for the safety. They stayed there for many days without food, medicines and clothes in the forest.

Two Rohingya Families were driven out by Army soldiers in Anaw Hrei, Pauk Taw

On November 17, 2012 evening, Burmese army soldiers came for security or to control the tension between the Rakhine and Rohingya communities at Anaw Hrei (Anauk Ye Ywa), Pauk taw. Then they stationed in the houses of four Rohingyas. Two of those houses were vacant as the owner escaped the attack on October 22, 2012. But two families living in the remaining houses were driven out for their station. The names of the families are:

1. Mohammad Jalil              60-years with 8 family members
2. Abdul Haque                  48-years with 7 family members

All the properties belonging to the above families were captured by those soldiers. And the two families are homeless now and became the new type of refugees.

Reported by: Nyi Nyi Aung (Rohingya Activist)

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