Friday, 12 October 2018

Call for China, Russia, India to Support Rohingya

by Admin, 10 Oct 2018

Our Ref: ARNA/2018/063         

Call for China, Russia, India to Support Rohingya

We, ARNA would like to welcome the leaders, countries, organizations around the world that recognizing the treatment of Rohingya as genocide, endorsement of UN Fact-finding Mission in Burma (Myanmar), calling to support referral to ICC and sanctions against Myanmar military generals.

At the same time, we condemn any unfit moves by China, India and Russia favouring of the Myanmar criminal government.

From June 2012, the Rohingya people have been completely destroyed by various vigilant attacks sponsored directly by the government that have killed over 60,000 innocent Rohingyas, about 20,000 women involving girls as young as aged 12 were brutally raped in front of their family members, forcibly pushed out about 90% of total Rohingya population and burnt down more than 400 villages across 13 different townships of Arakan (Rakhine) state. The remaining Rohingyas and Kamans numbering about 400,000 have been systematically trapped into ghetto types of camps and still facing frequent attacks, deadly starvation in Arakan state.

Some of these brutalities and horror stories have been documented by UN Fact-finding Mission, research reports and highlighted in many international conferences.

In order to topple the international pressures, Ms. Suu Kyi government has signed Repatriation Deal, MoU and collected huge amount of foreign funds in the name of Rohingya, but taken no progress for improvement of human rights situation on the ground, nor safe return of Rohingya refugees with guarantee of relocation at origin villages, citizenship rights and lifting all forms of restrictions and oppressions.  

Because of the main perpetrator are top military generals and the government themselves, they will never let to ensure capable of leading to criminal prosecution of all of those responsible and/or address the root causes to end ongoing violence and attacks against Rohingya and minorities.


The military powered Suu Kyi government's authoritarian judiciary, defiance, brutalities, blockages and segregation against Rohingya and other muslims remain widely active across Arakan state that later extended to central Burma. The rejection of Rohingya is being a common politic now open to public jointly with  the authorities, monks, nationalists and the government authorities.


It is therefore relocation of these a million of displaced vulnerable Rohingya refugees, recognition of their status and normalization of the situation on the ground, will not achieve without consideration of a global political commitment of R2P resolution and humanitarian intervention  since' security, safety, existence and welfare have been fallen into heavily risk and national authorities manifestly reluctant to protect, as well as the state has been sponsoring genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.

The prosecution of the Myanmar criminal military generals and rulers is also much rely on international communities  as the Myanmar military generals and rulers have never been prosecuted for their heinous crimes and brutalities past and present.


We, Rohingya people therefore seriously concern for any misuse of powers by China, India and Russia against the plights of vulnerable Rohingya and we rather  like to see the powers of these countries better use in addressing of humanitarian crises and the improvement of human rights situation in Myanmar.


Beside China's multi-billion dollar benefit from Myanmar by exploitation of natural resources and continuous sales of arms, ammunition, fight jets and navy ships that using today in waging wars against minorities, the Chinese government is fully responsible for massive displacement of Myanmar civilians, lands seizure, forced labour and humanitarian crisis that result from mega investments of China.

The situation today faced by minorities in Myanmar is worse than what the Chinese community have experienced in the past from massacres, vandalizing and nationalizing of Chinese properties and displacement during nationalizing campaigns in Myanmar.

We would like to call the president Xi Jinping who personally experienced with persecution under the communist government of Mao Zedong, to acknowledge the suffering of Rohingya people and to support the achievement of justice for Rohingya people, as well as, to ease ongoing attacks and arbitrary imprisonments of Uyghur Muslims in China.


In India, we are witnessing the anti-muslim orders by the Narendra Modi government and opening ways for destroying of its own democratic norms and principles. The Muslims of India have been subjected to subsequent attacks and now landing hands to criminal government of Myanmar.

Apart from India's various investments in oil and gas projects and many other projects in Myanmar, the Modi government's targets turned towards the world most vulnerable Rohingya refugees living in India by criminalizing them throughout various propaganda and forcing them to leave from India. We disappointed with the Modi government's breaches of the Refugee Convention and Non-Refoulement of International Customary Laws and arbitrary deportation of seven pro-long Rohingya refugee detainees into the reign of genocide and now they are facing indefinite imprisonment and possible death from tortures in the hand of Myanmar authorities.


We would like to urge the UNSC and its member countries including China and Russia, countries those signed the convention to prevent genocide, countries those have business ties with Burma, other countries those have heavily bearing of Rohingya refugees and resettlement countries those resettling Rohingya refugees, and funding countries, to take effective strong actions and refer Myanmar military generals to ICC.

As a last resort for  over five decades of systematic genocidal attacks, the UNSC must urgently response with decisive manner with the responsibility to protect (R2P), and also to pave way to a right for Rohingya population to offer militarily organized resistance to protect Rohingyan themselves from genocide, ethnic cleansing, crimes against humanity, war crimes.



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