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    Posted June 13, 2012 by
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    Burmese Army hesitate to take effective action on Rohingya Terrorists


    As result of 5 days Rohingya terrorists attacked in Arakan state of Burma, hundreds of Arakan were killed, thousands were fled as refugees and more than 500 hundreds were wounded and injured. The Burmese army again and again failed to protect the Arakan state from Bangali Rohingya terrorists attacks. Arakan people felt that Burma army turned eyes blind for the Rohingya attacks of ARAKAN people.


    As you see in the pictures, Arakan Buddhist monks were killed and injured from violence while 5 monasteries of Arakan monks were burned down to the ground by the Rohingya terrorists.


    Last night, Burmese army are checking some NGOs offices where they are believed for supporting the violence. When the Burmese authority went checking on Lancaster International (NGO) office, they found some document that related Al Qeadre Terrorist group. After checking some NGO office, the authority arrested U Kyaw Hla Aung, a former lawyer because of documents that related and communicated with Al Quadres are found in his residence. The authority also seized some weapon boxes from some NGO offices. Yesterday, Dr. Tun Aung, a director of UNDP offices were arrested because authority found some documents related to Terrorist and Al Quadres. His daughter was also arrested/


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