More than 500 Rohingya escaped from their Penang detention centre this morning in the wee hours, according to the Immigration Department press release. Continue reading “Hundreds of Rohingya riot in Penang”
Tag: Rohingya boat people
What will Biden do about Chinese oppression of Uighurs?
Democrats and Republicans have together released a Congressional report on the Uighurs being abused by Chinese authorities.
A bipartisan commission of American Congressmen yesterday said new evidence has emerged indicating that Beijing committed “crimes against humanity” in Xinjiang. Continue reading “What will Biden do about Chinese oppression of Uighurs?”
Again they’re calling M’sians abusive, cruel and inhumane
An ugly screed titled ‘Malaysia’s inhumane crackdown on migrants, refugees’ is published in the Malay Mail today.
They are unhappy with what they call “human rights abuses” in Malaysia.
They‘re unhappy with Ops Benteng where Malaysian coastguard and military had pushed Rohingya boats away from our territorial waters. Continue reading “Again they’re calling M’sians abusive, cruel and inhumane”
KD Hang Lekir dan Hang Lekiu menjaga kedaulatan maritim negara
Dalam satu perutusan khas malam ini, Perdana Menteri berkata pengawasan sempadan negara akan dipertingkatkan lagi.
Kawalan keselamatan akan terus ketat untuk menghindar PATI daripada menembusi sempadan kita, kata Muhyiddin dalam ucapannya tadi yang disiarkan secara langsung di televisyen.
Beliau juga mengingatkan rakyat supaya jangan leka terhadap penularan wabak koronavirus, memandangkan masih ada banyak kluster-kluster Covid-19 termasuk yang dibawa masuk oleh orang asing. Continue reading “KD Hang Lekir dan Hang Lekiu menjaga kedaulatan maritim negara”
You’re welcome to keep them, Ismail Sabri
Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr Abdul Kalam Abdul Momen says his country will not be taking back the 269 Rohingya that Malaysia fished out from the Langkawi sea.
The minister said (see news story below) that other countries, including Malaysia, are most welcome to take them. Continue reading “You’re welcome to keep them, Ismail Sabri”
We’re like Australia
Excerpt from a report in The Sydney Morning Herald on 8 Jan 2014:
“Most Australians think asylum seekers who arrive by boat are not genuine refugees and there is strong support for the Abbott government to treat boat arrivals more harshly.
“A nationwide opinion poll by UMR Research shows that 59 per cent of people think most boat arrivals are not genuine refugees.