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    : ►၂၀၁၂ မွာ အေလးျပဳနည္း အသစ္ ◄.

    ဖြင့္မၾကည့္ခင္ ႀကိဳေျပာထားဦးမယ္...မရီၾကနဲ႔ေနာ္...☺☺☺



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    မွတ္သားစရာ..ေဘာင္ဘင္ခပ္မွဳ။ပိုုက္ဆံေပးေဒါက္တာေခၚခံ ရမွဂုုဏ္ရွိမယ္ထင္သူနဲ႔ အမွန္အကန္ေဒါက္တာဘြဲ႔ရတာေတာင္...အေခၚမခံခ်င္သူ
    ေဒၚေအာင္ဆန္းစုၾကည္

    ရထားတဲ့ ေဒါက္တာဘြဲ႔က ၾဆာဘြဲ႔ မဟုတ္ပါဘူး... ေဒါက္တာလို႔ တပ္ေခၚခ်င္ရင္ ၾဆာဘြဲ႔ ၀င္ေျဖၿပီး ဘြဲ႔ရၿပီးမွ ေခၚလို႔ရမွာပါ... ဒါကုိလည္း ေဒၚေအာင္ဆန္းစုၾကည္

    ကုိယ္တုိင္သိပါတယ္.. ဒါေၾကာင့္ သူက မေခၚေစခ်င္တာပါ... ေက်ာ္သူလည္း ဂုဏ္ထူးေဆာင္ ေဒါက္တာဘြဲ႔ ရထားတာပါပဲ... ၾကံဖန္လည္း ဂုဏ္တင္ တတ္ၾကတယ္ေနာ္...
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    ငိုေၾကြးျခင္းကို စြန္႔လႊတ္ခဲ့ၿပီ.... အားလံုးအဆင္ေျပသြားမွာပါ....


    နုတ္ဆက္ခဲ႕ပါတယ္....... က်ေနာ္ေျပာင္းေတာ့မယ္......
    သမၼတရဲ႕ေခၚေဆာင္ရာ... ဟုိအေဝးကို... 'သမ'ကို...
    လႊမ္းတတ္ရင္လည္း..... 'သမ'မွာပဲလြမ္းေတာ့မယ္.....
    ကံဆံုရင္ျပန္ဆံုၾကအံုးမယ္...
    ငိုေၾကြးၿခင္းကို စြန့္လႊတ္ ခဲ႕တယ္
    အားလံုးအစဥ္ေျပသြားမွာပါ .....ကံဆံုရင္ျပန္ဆံုၾကအံုးမယ္ ။
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    I believe the following article suite in this topic.

    It was air yesterday (19/Sep/2012) on ABC's 7:30 Report

    Religious, ethnic tensions tear at Burma

    (source: http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2012/s3593932.htm)


    Australian Broadcasting Corporation,Broadcast: 19/09/2012,Reporter: Zoe Daniel

    Burmese Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi is on an historic visit to the US but questions remain in Burma about recognition, from her as well as the government, of the Rohingyas minority and violence in the State of Rakhine.

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    LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Burmese Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi has begun a landmark visit to the United States, using her first speech to call for the removal of economic sanctions and more help to build democracy in her homeland. But the Nobel laureate has faced criticism for failing to speak up for Burma's oppressed minority, the Muslim Rohingyas.

    The Burmese Government doesn't even recognise them as citizens. In the Burma's west, a humanitarian crisis is unfolding after an outbreak of communal violence between the Rohingyas and the Buddhist Rakhine people. South-East Asia correspondent Zoe Daniel was granted rare access to this Rakhine state to file this report.

    ZOE DANIEL, REPORTER: Once a thriving community, this is now a place of misery left to the mercy of the monsoon. Debris from recent communal violence remains scattered around these homes and shops, formerly inhabited by Muslims.

    Kyaw Aye, a member of the Rakhine community, wants to show us his old home, so police escort us in. They're still frightened. They blame the Muslims for starting the conflict and they fear it'll happen again.

    KYAW AYE, DISPLACED RAKHINE (voiceover translation): We took nothing from our house except my wife, children and a dog.

    ZOE DANIEL: The people who lived here didn't salvage anything either. Thousands of homes were burnt to the ground in this mostly Muslim township. This wasteland is now off limits to all who lived here before.

    It's hard to believe that we're effectively standing on the remains of the homes of about 10,000 people here, and while they're gone, the scraps of their lives still remain when you look for them. Pieces of tile, a tube of toothpaste, a baby's shoe, all left as these people fled their homes.

    ZOE DANIEL: Kyaw Aye and his family are among more than 5,500 Buddhist Rakhine people now homeless and living in monasteries, reliant on food aid and the goodwill of the monks. They're furious at the Rohingya Muslims, who claim links to the area for generations. The majority Rakhine even object to the term Rohingya, because they say it represents a made-up claim to Burmese ethnicity. They call them Bengalis, claiming they're invaders from neighbouring Bangladesh.

    KYAW AYE (voiceover translation): They came into the country illegally with plans to take over the Rakhine State. We do not dare to live together with them again because they are all very rough, they are butchers.

    ZOE DANIEL: High hopes for a newly-progressive Burma were shaken in join when the communal violence broke out. It was apparently triggered by the rape and murder of an ethnic Rakhine woman by three Muslim men. 10 Muslim leaders were then killed by an angry mob and the violence spilt over. Dozens were killed on both sides. It's claimed the Army failed to intervene or even targeted Muslims, something authorities deny.

    U HLA THAIN, RAKHINE STATE ADVOCATE GENERAL (voiceover translation): To say security forces protected the Rakhines and not the Muslims is wrong. The forces providing protection had come from Yangon. Those security forces were not Rakhine.

    ZOE DANIEL: The state capital Sittwe is now protected by soldiers. The ethnic Rakhine are living in the town while the Rohingya are being kept in camps outside military checkpoints. They're prevented from coming inside; the Government says for their own protection. Cut off, they have no access to income or supplies other than those donated. More than 3,000 people live in this camp, which is one of many. Almost 70,000 Muslims have been displaced.

    Camp leader Abdur Rahim say if people try to leave, they're stopped by the riot police or the Army.

    ABDUR RAHIM, CAMP LEADER (voiceover translation): We are being made to stay separated. They wanted to separate us in their mind and that's why we are here.

    ZOE DANIEL: He denies that Muslims burnt Rakhine houses and led attacks on Rakhine people. Both sides blame the other.

    ABDUR RAHIM (voiceover translation): They were the ones who came to burn and we could not even get close to our houses to stop the fire.

    ZOE DANIEL: There's predictable sickness here and claims that 30 people have already died in this camp after falling ill with diarrhoea. There are fears of a humanitarian disaster in the form of a cholera outbreak.

    Laylay Khine's 18-month-old daughter is unwell and she's heartsick too for other reasons. She tells us her two sons, a baby and a three-year-old were killed in the unrest.

    LAYLAY KHINE, DISPLACED MUSLIM (voiceover translation): The children were sleeping and didn't wake up when the fire started. Then people came with guns. We didn't know what to do. I tried to grab my children to flee and two were left behind. That's how my children died.

    ZOE DANIEL: Help has been hard to deliver here. Aid agencies and Western media have been accused of favouring the Rohingya and some had to stop work due to threats to the safety of aid workers. They're operating again, but in a limited way across Rakhine State.

    BRIAN AGLAND, CARE COUNTRY DIRECTOR: This is the first time we've actually ever suspended our operations for security reasons so that's caused a lot of problems with our long-term project. But we've still been able to provide significant humanitarian support to those - particularly those families in and around the towns that have been displaced by the fighting. But I think my main concern at the moment is resuming our normal programs.

    ZOE DANIEL: There's speculation that the Government plans to keep Muslims in these camps for two to three years, and while local authorities admit that's unsustainable, reuniting the community now may be disastrous.

    U HLA THAIN (voiceover translation): Returning is their right, but if their return would cause problems for the Rakhine community, we don't want this to happen. For that reason we have to detain them for the time being.

    ZOE DANIEL: The Rohingya's desire for Burmese citizenship seems a long way off, and even if authorities allowed it, the Rakhine community may not. In the way is fear and distrust and scars that may never go away.

    LEIGH SALES: Zoe Daniel reporting from Burma.
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