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Statement by UK Organizations with regards to the ethnic cleansing of Burmese and

Arakanese (Rakhine) by the extreme terrorist Rohingya Bengali aliens


13 June 2012
We the signators below condemn the burtal violent killings, lootings and burning of villages of
Buddhist Burmese and Arakanese (Rakhine) by the so-call Rohhingya Bengali Muslims. These socalled Rohingyas are illegal Bengalis who entered from Bangladesh. These so-called Rohingyas have
killed Buddhist Rakhine (Arakanese), and Burmese. Maungdaw Township, located in western Burma,
borders Bangladesh is now occupied by 98 percent Bengali Muslims. On June 8 th, 2012, the so-called
Rohingya Muslim Bengalis torched and killed Buddhist Rakhine (Arakanese), and Burmese
minorities, who were living peacefully in Maungdaw Township. Also Buddhist villages were burned,
Buddhist households were plundered and Buddhist monasteries were destroyed. There Buddhist
Burmese and Arakanese (Rakhines) are having to hide to escape the attacks by the so-called
Rohingyas. According to the reports reveived not only were there over (20) villages burned to ashes
by the so-called Rohingyas Bengali Muslims, but they also searched and killed Buddhist Rakhines
(Arakanese) and Burmese. According to the latest news, dozens of Buddhist Rakhaings (Arakanese)
and Burmese have been killed and thousands have fled.
We strongly condemn the brutal actacks made by the so-called Rohingya.
We demand President U Thein Sein to protect the lives and belongings of the Buddhist Burmese and
Arakanese (Rakhines), in a decisive manner.
We demand the government of Burma to take a clear and decisive path to the prevention of unlawful
entry, ethnic cleansing, and violent acts perpetrated by the so-called Rohingya Bengali Muslims.
We encourage all elected parliamentary members to oppose the unlawful demands for Burmese
citizenship made by the so-called Rohingyas who have entered illegally.
We appeal to Burmese democratic organizations, and ethnic groups, to vehemently condemn the
actions committed by the so-called Rohingya terrorists.
We seek to persuade the Burmese media abroad to stop their bias reports in support of, and praise of,
the so-called Rohingyas.
We demand, and request, that the international media stop reports which are only in support of the
so-called Rohingyas.
We request the international community stop their support of the so-called Rohingya extremist
terrorists.
We demand the so-called Rohingya to refrain from claiming to the world that they are a Burmese
ethnic group.
Let it be known the Rohingya issue is not a Human Rights violation in Burma but an unlawful trespass
by Bengali Muslims.
We, the undersigned, heartily welcome the clear and decisive statements made below by leaders of the
88 Generation Students with regard to the so-called Rohingyas;
We support the following comment made by 88 Generation Students;
We warmly welcome working hand-in-hand together with all democratic forces, and the military
of Burma, to solve the Rohingya issue as a national crisis.
We support the following comment made by 88 Generation Students;

During our National Reconcilation period in our country, we have been patiently avoiding the
Rohingya issue. But to make it clear, regarding this Rohingya matter, that Rohingyas are absolutely
not a nationality of Burma. We absolutely do not accept the interfering intrusion by the
international community into the MaungdawButhidaung incident without their full understanding
of the domestic affairs of Burma; we consider it to be a violation to the sovereignty of our country.
We will not agree to, nor comply with, nor accept them as destitute refugees, nor placate and
appease the pressures of the international community. If the pressures persist we, and the
democratic forces, will work hand-in-hand with the Myanmar military to resolve this as our
National Affair issue.
We support the following comment made by 88 Generation Students;
The incident we have now is not an issue between Burmese Muslim and Buddhists. It is insidious to
characterize this as an issue of race or religion. The suffering of Rakhine (Arakanese) ethnics for
many years must be deeply considered. We have endured this Rohingya issue for a long time. While
working hard during the time of the National Reconciliation Period, we, the 88 Generation Students,
have with the utmost patience avoided many arguable matters, unless they were unavoidable. Now
let's be clear about the Rohingya. Rohingyas are not a nationality of Burma. We consider the
Maungdaw-Buthidaung incident to be a matter of Rohingyas crossing the border illegally
encouraged by foreign players. We consider the involvement of the international community
regarding Rohingya matters, without the full knowledge and understanding of Burmese nationals,
to be directly damaging to our country.
We appeal to the world leaders, and the international media who respects the truth, to join us in
condemning the ethnic cleansing, burning of villages, looting of personal possessions--and land--of
the Buddhist Rakhine (Arakanese), and the Burmese people, by the so-called Rohingyas.
We encourage all citizens of Burma to work together as a nation in combating the aggression of the
extremist terrorist Rohingyas.
Participating organizations:

International Burmese Monks Organization (IBMO)

Burmese Christian Society in UK

Arakan League for Democracy Exile (ALD-UK)

National League for Democracy (NLD-LA-UK)

88 New Generation Students (UK)

Oxford Burma Benefit Fund

Shan Progressive Society

Chin Democratic Community

Burmese Students in UK

Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)


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International Burmese Monks Organisation (IBMO)


Burmese Christian Society in UK
Arakan League for Democracy Exile (ALD-UK)
National League for Democracy (NLD-LA-UK)
88 New Generation Students (UK)
Oxford Burma Benefit Fund
Shan Progressive Society
Chin Democratic Community
Burmese Students in UK
Burma Democratic Concern (BDC)