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Rohingya suspected of bringing to M’sia their blood feud against Buddhists

Two headless torsos, four legs, two heads, two hands and an arm had been found in Penang among the recovered body parts of 52 murder victims last year. Among the dead, 18 were identified as Myanmar nationals.

Nine men – Bilal, Mohd Rafik, Habibullah, Mohd Rafi, Yassin, Hussain, Maung Maung, Ali and Hafiz – were charged in the Penang magistrate’s court with the killing their Buddhist countrymen.

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Rohingya might want to sue the British ala Hindraf class action suit

In 1826, Burma lost the First Anglo-Burmese War to the British who were ruling India.

MAP: Burma and Bangladesh (previously a part of India) are neighbouring countries

map burma bangladesh

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