Burma's Rohingya: The Human Story
Myanmar: Abuses against Rohingya erode human rights progress
Six weeks after a state of emergency was declared in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, targeted attacks and other violations by security forces against minority Rohingyas and other Muslims have increased, Amnesty International said today.
OIC leads global campaign to protect Rohingya Muslims
Friday 20 July 2012
The 57-member Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has launched a major international campaign to put an end to the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya Muslim minority in the Arakan state of Myanmar and protect their legitimate rights.
OIC offices in Geneva, New York, and Brussels are making intense efforts to foster international intervention in the issue. The OIC is in touch with the United Nations, UN Human Rights Council, European Union and other international organizations to halt the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar.
Rohingya Muslims face starvation
Aid has struggled to reach those affected by sectarian unrest in early June. The UN announced on Friday that 10 aid workers in Arakan state had been arrested, five were UN staff. Some have been charged, although the details remain unclear.
Myanmar citizenship for Rohingya will end killings – Eva Kusuma Sundari
It is also regrettable that the recent visit of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Southeast Asia occupied the attention of most international media while neglecting and thus tolerating grave crimes against humanity in Myanmar.
- The OIC expresses grave concern over the situation of Myanmar Rohingya Muslims
- Impending humanitarian crisis in western Myanmar
- Western Burma in Conflict: Rights, Reconciliation, and the Rohingya
- ISNA Calls for Human Rights for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
- Burma 'creating humanitarian crisis' with displacement camps in Arakan
- Rohingya Raised at ASEAN Meeting
- Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar
- Clinton talks with reformist Myanmar president
- UN refugee chief rejects call to resettle Rohingya
- Myanmar moots camps, deportation as Rohingya 'solution'