Pelarian Rohingya

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Reply #20 31 January, 2013, 12:30:54 PM
Jika Thailand tidak membenarkan mereka dalam bot ni mendarat, cuba fikir apa jadi dengan mereka, sudahlah 12 hari belayar dengan makanan sekadar alas perut. Fikirkan apa jadi dengan mereka ini wahai umat Islam yang penyayang.

Thailand pushes 200 Rohingya back to sea

From: AAP
January 30, 2013 4:51PM

THAILAND'S navy has blocked more than 200 Rohingya refugees from entering the kingdom as part of a new crackdown on refugees from violence-hit western Myanmar (Burma), officials say.

Thousands of Rohingya - members of a stateless Muslim minority group described by the UN as one of the most persecuted in the world - have fled Myanmar in recent months, mostly believed to be heading for Malaysia.

A Thai navy official in Bangkok said more than 200 Rohingya were found on Tuesday about 40 kilometres off the Thai mainland.

"We took them food and water before pushing them towards a third country," said the official, who did not want to be named, on Wednesday.

Local media said the Rohingya were found near Raja Noi island in the Andaman Sea off Phuket province - a magnet for foreign tourists.

National Security Council secretary-general Paradorn Pattanathabutr told AFP on Monday that Thailand would turn away any more Rohingya boat people who tried to land on its shores.

The tougher stance came after Thai authorities said they were investigating allegations that army officials were involved in the trafficking of Rohingya.

An explosion of tensions between Buddhist and Muslim communities in Myanmar's western state of Rakhine since June 2012 has triggered a huge exodus of Rohingya.

More than 1300 members of the minority group have been detained by Thailand after landing on its shores in recent months.

Officials have said those already in Thailand will be allowed to stay for six months in detention while the government works with the UN refugee agency to find third countries willing to accept them.

Myanmar views its population of roughly 800,000 Rohingya as illegal Bangladeshi immigrants and denies them citizenship.

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Reply #21 31 January, 2013, 04:18:03 PM
thailand ni kedekut ke apa? tapi depa bukan negara islam pun..islam pun tertindas kat thailand...why these happen??
..jAdIkAn aKu mEncIntAi sEsuAtu yAng mEmbAwA kEpAdA kEcIntAanMU..

Reply #22 02 February, 2013, 07:40:36 PM

Since about a week's Muslims live Arakan State in western Burma tragic situations, after it turned into confrontations taking place in the region to all-out war against the Muslims in Burma, before several days, killing ten of the advocates of Burma Muslims upon their return from the pilgrimage at the hands of groups of Buddhism, beat them to death The decision came after a mob accused unjustly of being behind the killing of a young Buddhist.