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Rohingya treated like animals in Myanmar

by Christian Thomas Kohl, The Buddhist Channel, May 13, 2016

The government of Myanmar has a human right duty to defend the Buddhist population against terrorist attacks from all kind. No question. Every Buddhist can defend himself and his community against terrorism.

But the Rohingya population is living in Myanmar since some hundred years as a peaceful Muslim community. They did not attack the Buddhist majority. I have heard nobody saying this.
So the Buddhist community is not in a defending position and the Rohingya are not foreigners in Myanmar, they are not Bengal refugees.

They are living for generations in Myanmar. They should receive a passport of Myanmar and they should get help from every monastery of Myanmar and Thailand.

The war against the Rohingya population is a mistake. Rohingya are not animals.

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