Rohingyas Pushed Back to Sea

On June 18, about 130 Rohingyas, mostly young men, were sent back to sea from Bangladesh on nine open boats. They had been fed and given water by an army major, who said he was just following orders.
2012-06-20
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MS

from London

Bangladesh is liable to be condemned to the most extreme way as human lives are the most precious than anything on this earth. If any country see he has no duty to save lives then it is one of the most human rights violation in the world. The Quran said if you save a human being it is as if you have saved the whole human kind.

Jan 21, 2013 11:07 AM