Friday, 22 March 2013

Buddhist Government prepared attack to Muslim area

A man stands in front of a mosque as it burns in Meikhtila
Mohamed IbrahimIn sectarian violence between Muslims and Buddhists in the Burmese city of Meiktila least 30 people have died. Bone of contention was a gold hair clip, which allegedly damaged a Muslim.
With riots in Burma on Thursday morning at least 30 people have been killed. He saw several dead bodies after the clashes, said a local politician of the National League for Democracy from the Meiktila town near Mandalay.
“More than 30 people were killed,” said the politician. A resident also spoke of more than ten dead bodies. It was obviously sectarian violence.
Stumbling block according to the police was a gold hair clip, the couple wanted to sell a Buddhist. It accused the Muslim merchants to have the damaged part in the transaction. Outrage had spread quickly. About 200 people took part in the riots.
First of two dead had been talk. According to a statement on the Facebook page of the Burmese police killed a Buddhist monk and a 26-year-old man, after they had been taken to hospital with burns to the hospital. This news totally fabric they Government fully fail to save Muslim life’s in their home Country. Also 20 mosques were destroyed according to the information.
The authorities imposed a curfew then that should apply from 20.00 clock  in the morning until 5.00 in the evening. The measure was taken “because the situation worsens” have, said a police officer.
Last year in the West Burma in clashes between the Buddhist Rakhine ethnic group and the minority Muslim Rohingya least 180 people have been killed. More than 115,000 people have been displaced. Burma’s population is Buddhist, almost 90 percent, more than four percent are Muslim.
They Government still not punished to guilty even them helping to local Rakhine community for this reason the riots spring whole Burma and they got licenses of killing life’s of Human.

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