Malaysia will continue to strongly advocate against human rights violations perpetrated on Palestinians and Rohingya, said our Foreign Minister on Friday (Oct 15).
Saifuddin Abdullah said in a statement: “Di persada antarabangsa, Malaysia akan terus membantah sekeras-kerasnya penindasan hak asasi manusia yang dilakukan, antaranya terhadap rakyat Palestin dan Rohingya di Myanmar.” Continue reading “M’sia staunchly defends Palestinians & Rohingya but quiet on Uighurs”
(Pix 1 & 3) Haitians crossing the Rio Grande river to reach the town of Del Rio
(Pix 2 & 4): Rohingya crossing the Naf river to reach the town of Cox’s Bazar Continue reading “Steamrolling the pendatang agenda”
DAP is distressed and alarmed by “the heightened publicity attacks” against Rohingya.
The DAP’s Political Education Director penned an op-ed today titled ‘Why we should be kinder to Rohingya refugees’.
Liew Chin Tong (see below) took to task “the vitriol against a defenceless people” mounted by unkind Malaysians as well as slamming “the hard-line and xenophobic sentiments generated by the Perikatan government”. Continue reading “DAP slams govt for xenophobia, unkindness to Rohingya”
Here we call them Bangla. You can’t tell them apart from Rohingya.
Most outsiders are unable to differentiate a Rohingya from a Bengali (Bangladeshi). The only people able to do so are those from Chittagong, i.e. the Bangladesh division where Cox’s Bazar is located.
“With only minor differences in language and appearance, the average Bangladeshi cannot readily distinguish a Rohingya from a Bangladeshi.” — HRW
Continue reading “Fifth generation immigrant yet still not integrated”
Sesetengah pelarian Rohingya yang menetap di India sudah tukar agama, kata laporan berita hari ini dalam The Economic Times.
Continue reading “Rohingya murtad, masuk Kristian”
Apart from the usual suspects – Amnesty International, HRW-Human Rights Watch, Fortify Rights and other vocal NGOs – far left news outlets have also jumped on the ‘Bash Malaysia’ bandwagon.
Xenophobia is prevalent in Malaysia, said a report today in Vice Media headlined ‘Malaysia Is Planning to Send a Boat Full of Rohingya Refugees Back Out to Sea’.
There has been a “shocking” amount of online hate speech from Malaysians about the Rohingya refugees, as well as several anti-Rohingya groups and personal blogs, Vice quoted Liz Day as saying. In other words, Malaysians are haters. Continue reading “When have they ever had nice things to say about our country?”
A most bizarre ‘All Lives Matter’ editorial appeared yesterday in the New Straits Times implying that we must be on the side of the “genocidal” Myanmar regime if we advocate for Malaysia to close our borders.
The NST warned, “If we turn xenophobic against the Rohingya, what’s the difference between us and the ethnic cleansers of Myanmar?” Continue reading “Malays being told they are pendatang too”
Well at least I didn’t.
Saudi Arabia, for example, has been deporting large numbers of Rohingya as part of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s larger reform efforts to reduce his kingdom’s 12.7% unemployment rate. Continue reading “Things we did not know a month ago”
A whole slew of Chinese virtue signalers are lately groaning and moaning aloud about “Rohingya-are-human-too” being the target of hate in Malaysia, konon.
Actually it is the Malays who are daily doused with demeaning slurs by Harapan supporters. Just listen to the bitter political discourse about “backdoor government” — all those nasty comments hurled at the Malay ruling parties coupled with acid contempt dripping for their lackeys MCA and MIC. Continue reading “Dear 95%, Mahathir pun tak suka DAP. Let that sink in”
Mahathir sudah bersekongkol dengan DAP selama kira-kira empat tahun. (Sorry, there are no equivalent English words I can think of that quite convey the meanings of ‘hasad dengki’ and ‘bersekongkol’.)
Today Mahathir is singing praises of Lim Guan Eng and defending DAP. Continue reading “Hasad dengki seorang tua: Mahathir’s parting shot”
The British messed up Burma as much as they did Malaya when they invaded the sovereign nation (First Anglo-Burmese War 1824 – 26).
You will be amazed at how much the history of the Rohingya has in common with the communists in Malaya, and the similar role played by the British in both countries.
So who are the Rohingya? Continue reading “Rohingya armed struggle mirror the Chin Peng communists’s”
Survey teams had found that Rohingya “who lived in rural areas could not speak any indigenous languages of Myanmar well. Rather, they spoke, wrote and read Bengali and Arabic,” said a Rakhine Inquiry Commission report (below).
“They could not write or read the official Bamar language used in government communications,” added the government report published in July 2013. Continue reading “Explaining Mahathir’s sleight of hand on ‘Rohingya’”
Qatar alone had agreed to donate US$50 million (RM218 million) for the Rohingya in Malaysia. That’s just one country. There must be more donations from other oil-rich countries too as well as hard cash courtesy of charitable Muslim sources — in short, big $$$ floating around in our ether earmarked for the Rohingya here.
Yesterday Zahid Hamidi asked where did all the money go. Continue reading “Are they hoping to run the ‘Help Rohingya’ NGOs?!”
Lim Kit Siang is only a
first second generation Malaysian.
His father sailed to Malaya from Tongsan and worked here in a pig farm castrating swine as well as poultry “so that they could grow faster for consumption” Continue reading “What if Kit Siang hijacked Tun’s “800 years” Rohingya illogic?”
‘Non-Malays not expelled, so why are Rohingyas?’ asks Dr M in Malaysiakini yesterday.
KiniTV: ‘Mahathir: Myanmar should accept Rohingyas, as we did with non-Malays’ (12 June 2015)
Continue reading “Dr M, masyarakat Rohingya dan penjelma Cina”
A loan shark-debt collector, Loo Chon Wen, 33, was charged yesterday with killing his nine-year-old son Evan and burying the boy under a new layer of cement in the kitchen (pix below). Continue reading “Boat brides: Girls sailing to M’sia to get married”
Info below covering the years 1930-2007 is sourced from:
Renaud Egreteau, Burma (Myanmar) 1930-2007, Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence, [online], published on 19 October 2009, accessed 29 May 2015, URL : http://www.massviolence.org/Burma-Myanmar-1930-2007, ISSN 1961-9898
1930; May-June: Several anti-Indian riots exploded in Rangoon and various Burmese cities and ports following a massive Indian coolies strike which began at Rangoon’s harbour on May 8. Continue reading “Long, bloody history of anti-Indian riots in Burma”
The native Burmese are very hostile to the Rohingya while the Myanmar government takes a hardline position to the extent of refusing to recognize the minority Muslim group as a legitimate ethnicity.
So basically, if Malaysia and any other host country is willing to take the Rohingya, then Myanmar really wouldn’t mind exporting the whole lot of them. Continue reading “Why exodus of one million Rohingya refugees is a real possibility”
No “pregnant women” in the photo below.
DAP evangelistas must be the world’s most judgmental people. They’re always sitting on their high horses and judging everybody. They even play judge and jury to convict the entire country in the court of public opinion.
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.
Continue reading “Rohingya suspected of bringing to M’sia their blood feud against Buddhists”
They are not refugees. Half of the 25,000 boat people are Bangladeshi economic emigrants.
A refugee is defined by the dictionary as “a person who has been forced to leave his country in order to escape war, persecution or natural disaster”.
There is no war, earthquake or tsunami in Bangladesh. Continue reading “Will Hannah Yeoh give the Rohingya work as her children’s babysitter?”
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
Continue reading “Rohingya might want to sue the British ala Hindraf class action suit”