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Myanmar: George Soros aids Islamist separatists via HRW?

Human rights organizations & the UN continue to ignore that the ARSA started the conflict, people from the Rakhine state in Myanmar are fleeing. Putting the sole blame on the Myanmar military, who were provoked into action when police outposts, & a military base were attacked by the ARSA, who were armed with automatic rifles, machetes, & improvised explosive devices. When human rights organizations put the sole blame of Myanmar security forces, they are effectively aiding Islamist terrorists in gaining legitimacy/international support. There has been a trend of using phony humanitarianism to market war to the masses, in the previous conflicts in Libya, & Syria. George Soros is said to be behind civil unrest in the US funding BLM, a group containing black supremacists, known for violently attacking white people, & vandalising property.
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Islamist thanks god for dead Myanmar soldiers.

Unconfirmed reports state that the Pakistan born leader of the ARSA, trained with Libya rebels before returning to Myanmar.
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“George Soros, philanthropist and financier, today announced a challenge grant of $100 million over 10 years to Human Rights Watch. The grant from his Open Society Foundations, the largest that he has ever made to a nongovernmental organization, will be used to expand and deepen Human Rights Watch’s global presence to more effectively protect and promote human rights around the world.” hrw.org

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Note. Rohingya militants have a long history of burning things when they don’t get what they want:

Mar 1998 Some 64 Rohingyas are jailed after clashing with police and setting fire to part of the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. The police raided the camp and arrested the militants who had seized control of the camp several days ago. (No Myanmar military in Bangladesh)

On 8 June 2012, Rohingyas started to burn Rakhine’s Buddhist and other ethnic houses after returning from Friday’s prayers in Maungdaw township. More than a dozen residents were killed in this riot by Rohingya Muslims.

19 October 2017
A massive fire destroyed most of the Kandawgyi Palace in the early hours of Thursday morning, with at least two deaths reported at one of Rangoon’s most iconic hotels.

About 70 percent of the hotel is estimated to have been destroyed by the blaze, which began just after 3 a.m. A woman from Macao was also injured after she jumped from her third-floor room at the hotel as the fire raged.

After a failed Islamist separatist insurrection in the 90’s Nurul Islam fled to the UK, the former leader of Arakan Rohingya Islamic Front terrorist group, is now working closely with human rights organizations.

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July 14, 2017
Refugees, whose numbers have swelled since fighting late last year in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, also report masked men roaming the dark streets of the two camps in Kutupalong at night.

Bangladesh police and aid workers say a struggle for control of supplies to the camps is behind the violence.

“They beat me and my sister and dragged him out of the house,” Ankis told Reuters, as her 7- and 3-year-old children slept by her on the newly cemented floor.

“The kidnappers called me from his number and threatened to kill me too. I‘m also getting threats in the name of al-Yaqin.”

She was referring to the militant group Harakah al-Yaqin, or “Faith Movement”, whose attacks on Myanmar border police posts in October prompted a security crackdown in which troops have been accused of murder and rape of Rohingya civilians.

Police say it is unclear whether the insurgent group, which now wants to be known as the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, was involved in the violence in the camps or whether others were using its name to intimidate refugees.

The group, whose leader spoke to Reuters in an interview in March, did not respond to an email seeking comment. reuters.com

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Kiev fails to probe cluster bomb use against Donbass civilians

Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Kiev has failed to investigate its army’s use of prohibited cluster bombs against civilians in the country’s east. It also recommends Kiev invite the International Criminal Court to investigate.

The human rights watchdog is dissatisfied with the investigation conducted by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office into the use of cluster bombs by the Ukrainian armed forces in the east of the country, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth told a media briefing in Kiev on Wednesday.

“Instead of analyzing physical evidence,” Ukraine’s Prosecutor General looked into the “presence of weapons in depots,” and said they were not taken anywhere, said Roth.

He explained the watchdog had appealed to Ukraine’s Military Prosecutor’s Office regarding the use of cluster bombs and Grad multiple rocket launchers by Kiev’s military in residential areas. In turn, the prosecutor appealed to the Ministry of Defense. Therefore he said “it’s no surprise” the ministry did not find any violations by Kiev’s military. In addition, the inspection did not check cluster bombs, but mines, he added. rt.com

Rebels executed civilians, child hostages paraded on YouTube

Rebel forces in Syria have killed at least 190 civilians and seized dozens of child hostages, who they have paraded in a video posted on YouTube, Human Rights Watch says.

Fighters burned villages, threw bodies in mass graves and kidnapped women and children in acts described as likely “crimes against humanity” by HRW. Witnesses gave harrowing accounts of family members being executed in their beds during an attack on August 4. One man said he was forced to flee, leaving his paralysed son and wife to die at the hands of armed rebels. news.sky.com

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