By Haikal Mansor The clashes between Rohingya insurgents at a number of Burmese police posts in Maungdaw, Buthidaung and Rathedaung townships on August 25, 2017, are followed by month-long provocations from Burmese Military and Rakhine Extremists. These offensive and provocative acts are believed to be strategic moves towards militarisation by the military intelligence, with an…Read More
By Haikal Mansor “I am somewhat appalled by her dismissive reaction to concerns I raised this morning about the problem of human trafficking in her country.” US Senator (GOP) Bob Corker, 14 September 2016 Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, reflect on your own complicity in the genocide of my fellow Rohingya people, instead…Read More
The path to accountability of genocidal crimes is rough and tough. We, Rohingya victims must demand for the justice instead of dependence on other to do the same. Regimes change. Governments come and go. But the victims remain, and the nightmares and the terrors experienced continue to haunt.