All Comments for Call to Put Rohingya in Refugee Camps

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Sok from សង្រ្កឺត) (Phnom Penh :

Chief Monk WIRATHU (Ma-Soe Yein) said: "Put Rohingyas in the Refugee Camps and Send Them to Third Countries" on 2.Sept.2012. This is the first speech of the President Mr. Thein Sein to the UNHCR Chief Mr. Antonio Guterres concerning Rohingyas. I agree with that because I heard that Rohingya are illegal migrants, not one of the ethnic of Burma. They have no birth certificate, no family tree (PEDIGREE), no entry any visa and no any evidence. I know that all countries NEVER accept ILLEGAL MIGRANTS people as CITIZENS (or) as ONE OF THE ETHNIC. That is not only in Burma but also Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, USA. I want to suggest Myanmar government that they should deport Rohingya to Bangladesh.

Sep 06, 2012 05:09 AM

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Pyi Chit Thu from Yangon :

How much do you know about Rohingya? If you pity them, take your country.

Jul 14, 2012 11:47 PM

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Khmerkrom from Phnom Penh :

Why you Burmese government act very inhumanely ruthlessly against Rohingya people? You Burmese all the time claim as Buddhists but never follow our Lord Buddha's advice to pity for other Beings, why you Burmese all the time advocate on killing other people. You Burmese never learn anything from the Buddha's teachings on loving-kindness, compassion and generosity to others. Down with the military descendant regime of Burma. The world must join the chorus to condemn the brute manner of Theinsein regime for their discriminate action. Buddha bless you all Rohingya people to live in peace and dignity as human beings.

Jul 13, 2012 06:38 AM

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PORK from SG :

What a funny. a combodia criticise myanmar. How's didactor hun sen rule cambodia?

Estimates as to how many people were killed by the Khmer Rouge regime range from approximately one to three million; the most commonly cited figure is two million (about one-third of the population). This era gave rise to the term Killing Fields, and the prison Tuol Sleng became notorious for its history of mass killing. Hundreds of thousands fled across the border into neighbouring Thailand. The regime disproportionately targeted ethnic minority groups. The Cham Muslims suffered serious purges with as much as half of their population exterminated.

Aug 08, 2012 10:23 AM

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