So-called Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on Burma is Biased, Unfounded & Not-Credible

So-called Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on Burma is Biased, Unfounded & Not-Credible

New York based (so-called) Human Rights Watch (HRW) is promoting biased and unreliable fabricated stories on its 2013 Human Rights report regarding Arakan (Rakhine) conflict.
Human Rights Watch Report 2013 on Burma regarding recent communal violence in Arakan (Rakhine) state is not credible and biased. We totally reject the term using “Ethnic Cleansing” by Human Rights Watch. Human Rights Watch (HRW) should respect the ethics of the NGO when they are writing reports especially very sensitive issues like religion-related matters. Reporting parallel to Arakan (Rakhine) conflict which is mainly to do with immigration issues with Meithtila communal conflict is misleading since they are different subjects with different contexts. They should have the integrity on analyzing each and every cases and not by drawing assumptions by jumping on misleading conclusions with bias reports. They should also look into details of the root causes of each and every conflicts. Our country is in transition state and we believe that the international community should help us moving forward. Therefore, we call for Human Rights Watch to stop stirring the stability of Burma, stop promoting hatred and stop spreading the wrong reports regarding Arakan (Rakhine) conflict and Meithtila conflict.

As clearly stated in State Department country report that “Rohingya do not dispute their origins from present day East Bengal”, we believed that it has been clarified that they are not indigenous people of Burma and Arakan (Rakhine) issue must be dealt in accord with Burma Immigration Law and Citizenship Law. We would like to point out here that what had happened in Arakan (Rakhine) state is communal violence and not religiously perpetrated. Inserting and labeling the religious context in the Arakan (Rakhine) conflict is inappropriate and totally wrong. We believe that Human Rights Watch (HRW) is deliberately manipulate exploiting the Arakan (Rakhine) conflict so as to get attention from religious extremists around the world to commit atrocities against Burmese people and as they had expected various religious extremist groups had been calling for genocide against Burmese. We warn Human Rights Watch that they will be held accountable for any further consequences for their irresponsible comment on this particular matter. We call for Burmese government, ethnic leaders, student leaders, religious leaders and opposition leaders as well as all the Burmese citizens to challenge the Human Rights Watch Report 2013 on Burma using the term “Ethnic Cleansing” relating to Arakan (Rakhine) conflict.


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