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Now, riots occur in these area and losing life from all society who are living in these area. On Novemeber 2016, one of the police station was attacked and policeman are killed in that area. All of the attackers are Bengali.On 25 August, armed group named "ARSA" attack 30 police forces and border guards, and killing government staffs and civilians. Myanmar government announced them as terrorists. From that day onwards, peace in that area ended.Military troops was clearing these areas and they found weapons and bombs also. These place become unstable and some villagers run away to Bangladesh, and some villagers run away to Myanmar. But, there are a lot of complicated immigration issues in that area.Advisory committee for Rakhine state, lead by Kofi Annan was making analysis for one year.The final report of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State chaired by Dr Kofi Annan, was made public on 24 August, in fact, the very day on which the last round of attacks took place.This is not ethnic cleaning and this is not genocide. But, international media were making headlines titled like this.Today, Daw Aung San Su Kyi gave speech about this issue and she promised that she will try to store peace and harmony in this area.
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Actually, it's not Anti-Muslim Issue. In Myanmar, although Buddhism is majority population, other religions such as Christians, Islams, Hinduisms and others have chance to believe freely. They can celebrate freely their religious festivals such as Christmas, Eid, Hindu and other religious festivals. Current issue in Myanmar is the crisis between Migrants and Native people. It is not religious issues. At present, some terrorists groups attack Myanmar Police bases and still attack. Not only Muslims, but also Buddhisms and Hinduism civilians living in that area became unsettled,
My Vote! Ath.. It reflects the current situation of Myanmar.
It is true story. For the sake of human rights and humanity, we can feel how they struggle heavily, but they are not native people of Myanmar. Most of them are migrants from Bangladesh. We hope, Kofi Annan Advisory Commission's report can help to find solution.
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