Guests wanting to sign-up as members MUST first introduce themselves in detail at Zainab's Lounge, accessible from Muslim Villa's Guestbook Board (top sticky post). Approval of members is at the discretion of the MV Team. You have arrived at a place of serious learning through mutual consultation of MV Team where we have zero tolerance for trouble-makers, narcissists and needless disputants. We simply stand for what is compatible with the Sublime Quran regardless of titles such as "traditionalism" or "modernism."
Muslim Villa
January 19, 2018, 07:07:38 am
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
  Home Help Search Arcade Gallery Links Staff List Calendar Login Register  

Deeply Traumatized, Hungry Little Rohingya Children in Camps

November 09, 2017, 04:26:36 am Heba E. Husseyn: Please pray for Rohingya children. As genocide in Buddhist Burma continues, many Rohingya children arriving in Bangladesh camps don't know where their parents are. May the Burmese murderer-terrorist Su Kyi rot in Hell.
June 21, 2017, 07:42:01 am Zeynab: Shukran sis Heba.  Allah Bless. Ameen.
June 21, 2017, 07:39:56 am Heba E. Husseyn: Leialtul Qadr Mubarak.  For details on Leilatul Qadr please read MV post Leila-tul-Qadr
May 04, 2017, 05:35:01 am N. Truth Seeker: Alhumdulilah, Alhumdulilah.  Still 22 days left.  InshAllah we can thank Allah for granting us the opportunity to experience another of this blessed month for the betterment of our souls.  Thanks for mentioning Sister.
May 04, 2017, 05:20:37 am Ruhi_Rose: I can hardly keep track with the speed at which time flies.  Ramadan 2017 only 22 days away!
September 12, 2016, 03:17:09 am N. Truth Seeker: Wa salam sisters. So kind of u to remember. Alhumdulilah that Allah gave us another chance to live thru the blessed month of Zil Hajj.  Was a busy time for all of my family.
September 11, 2016, 08:26:43 am Zeynab: Wa'salaam my dear Sis Heba Smiley  Yes, Alhumdulilah, the 10 days of this blessed month went well by the Grace & Mercy of Allah. I wish the same for all.
September 11, 2016, 02:20:02 am Heba E. Husseyn: Salam my dear MV team and other sis and bros.  I pray the first 10 days of the bless month of Zil Hajj has passed well for all.  Hajj culminates in about 2 days. InshAllah.
View Shout History
Pages: [1]   Go Down
  Send this topic  |  Print  
Author Topic: Deeply Traumatized, Hungry Little Rohingya Children in Camps  (Read 22 times)
TEAM MV Founder
Hero Member
Posts: 4340

Badges: (View All)
« on: September 24, 2017, 04:40:28 pm »

This is an era when the Western world, which professes to be the champion of human rights, is comfortable watching a "nobel laureate" preside over a genocide and ethnic cleansing; and the Noble Institute isn't bothered to revoke its prize from a cold-blooded murderer.

Deeply Traumatized, Hungry Little Rohingya Children in Camps

Image source

Image source

We are used to seeing war-ravaged and emotionally tormented children in Palestine, Syria and Yemen.  And now, Rohingya kids are facing the same plight. They are so severely traumatized that it will take them years to heal, if they ever do.  Many are orphans, their parents murdered by Buddhist forces or mobs.  These children are starving, the camps are without food.   In a state of deep emotional trauma, they stand for hours at the roadside for food trucks to pass.  Often they wander far off in search of food, aren't able to find their way back and are never seen again.  Thousands of children barely 10 years of age are laden with the responsibility of adults, caring for their younger siblings .. an identical plight as the orphans of Gaza and Syria.

Just a couple of excerpts from CBC report Rohingya children go from terror in Myanmar to refugee camp chaos.

"Abdul Hamid has the wide-open smile of a child and the eyes of an adult. By age 12, the Rohingya boy has seen more than anyone should have to see in a lifetime.  He saw his father shot by "Burma soldiers," he volunteers in a calm yet deeply unsettling tone, lifting two fingers of his right hand to illustrate the act. When his father didn't die right away, he saw the soldiers slash his throat.  His mother fled their home in Myanmar with Hamid and four younger siblings. They hid in forests for days and then walked for two days to reach the safety of Bangladesh.  Now he is the "elder" of his family, he says. So he tries to provide for them as best he can in a place where hundreds of thousands of people share his family's desperation. He stands on one edge of a vast, muddy field with a group of other boys, hoping that a passing aid truck will throw him some packets of food."

"There's a 10-year-old boy who crossed the border clutching his six-year-old sister. A neighbour brought the two children after both their parents were killed.  "For many days he did not speak," Khyrunnahar says.  Finally, he said, "The family he stays with does not love me."  "He loves to be held and hugged,:" but is clearly missing that, she says, but she also understands the problems of the family that brought him to safety. They're struggling too."

Fatema Khyrunnahar is a UNICEF child protection officer.

Please take the time to read the complete report at the above CBC link.

Call a spade a spade.  Instead the Western world is working on constructing excuses to condone Su Kyi's complicity in state sponsored terror, mass murder and genocide.  The old woman may end up getting another "Nobel Prize" but surely neither she nor her genocidal government will be punished for their immeasurable crimes.

Image source FNA

Lining up for food in the camps.  Food trucks are eagerly awaited but rarely arrive.  Image source FNA. 

Emotional trauma for Rohingya women and children has been unprecedented. Many of the orphaned children have seen the brutal killings of their parents before their eyes.  Many women have seen the the vicious murders of their husbands, parents, children and siblings .. and many, just many, Rohingya women have been victims of rape at the hands of Buddhist military and vigilante mobs.  Image source FNA.

This genocide began in June 2012.  It took the world five years to notice it when over 450,000 Rohingyas had been killed, orphaned, raped and displaced.

Until the present more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled violence erupting through the western Rakhine province in Burma.  At least a quarter of a million are orphaned child refugees since last August 2017.  Even the delivery of basic food is hardly a priority for the United Nations.  Providing counseling for the emotionally distraught is a far cry.

Couple of days ago, September 23,  Bangladesh officials stated that the influx of Rohingya refugees into their country had slowed.   Rohingya Muslim leaders are of the opinion that the influx of refugees has slowed or stopped because almost all Rohingya villages are now completely empty, burned and turned into ashes as seen in satellite images.   The Burmese government plans to settle Buddhist families in these villages ... identical to the ongoing ethnic cleansing in Palestine.  While the genocidal leader Su Kyi lied to the world that there were no military operations, until Friday September 22  satellite images showed Burmese military and Buddhist vigilantes continuing their violence torching Rohingya villages.  And that's not all.  Neither does the Burmese government allow the fleeing Rohingyas to leave in safety.  Those seen fleeing are chased and hacked to death.  Border areas between Burma and Bangladesh - the precise path from where the Rohingyas are crossing over to Bangladesh - are dotted with landmines because of which many have sustained serious injuries including little children. Several have lost their limbs.

It leaves one completely dumbstruck to watch the galling bias, in that, this genocidal tragedy suffered by the Rohingyas is viewed as a matter of protecting the Buddhist reputation by many spheres within the Western society, including the circle of human rights' activists (of all persons) who perpetually claim "humanity first."   Similar to the protection of Zionist crimes, the propaganda of painting Buddhists as  "peaceful" has been one of the oldest ploys of the New World's political infrastructure to serve the surreptitious purposes of the elite establishment, starting with the dalai lama, the CIA's oldest paid worker since the 1950s.  

Though many activists have been able to catch the various underhand political ruses of the Western global establishment, this wily subterfuge about "peaceful Buddhists" is one thing most Western activists prefer to get fooled about rather than expose it.  All those left wing observers, activists and analysts who have thankfully been vocal in uncovering the deception in Syria, Libya and Palestine, have taken an unsympathetic and ugly u-turn concerning the gut-wrenching mass killings of the Rohingyas.  Barely a few have spoken about it, and those who have, ridiculously portray it as an "economy-related" conflict, carefully ignoring the manifest truth of a Noble Laureate presiding over a bloodied and horrifying phase of ethnic cleansing.    

In the sprawling Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh (also shown via satellite images), there are just a few human rights workers, mostly Muslims.  Majority of non-Muslim activists aren't interested in taking care of this particular human suffering ensuing from a genocide committed by "peaceful Buddhists."  Nine out of every ten Westerners (if not all ten) prefer to be on denial.   How fast the human mind has the capacity to turn itself into a complex wad of filth! 
Report Spam   Logged

Social Buttons

Heba E. Husseyn
Hero Member
Posts: 3399

Badges: (View All)
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2017, 05:06:30 pm »

Been monitoring this hair-raising genocide and every day it brings me to tears  Cry  Heart breaking would be an understatement. It's heart crushing. 

May that ugly old Burmese hag rot in the guttars of Hellfire along with her filthy ignoble prize. 

You said it right Sister.  The attitude of western left wing activists and analysts on this issue is no different from the neocons.  They're all a set of low life, callous bastards.

These poor Rohingya people, their children, and the still more unfortunate ones - the orphaned children - are constantly in my prayers though I wish I could do more from this huge distance.  Crumples and crushes my heart. 

Ya Allah, please lessen their agony.  Ameen, ameen   Cry
Report Spam   Logged

TEAM MUSLIM VILLA The Avid Reader | Mom of 3 cute rascals
Hero Member
Posts: 2785

Badges: (View All)
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2017, 05:11:49 pm »

No words to express my extreme sadness  Sad   Many a times my sadness is also accompanied plenty of anger  when I observe the indescribably heartless attitude of the world, supporting & elevating a murderer with a prize.  Giving a killer a prize is something one would say as a sarcasm.  But in planet earth today, it is actually happening.  A mass murderer getting an award.  How little the Nobel Institute cares of its self-respect.  And yes, it's very true that hardly any non-Muslim aid worker is going to Bangladesh Rohingya camps for the precise reason Sister Zeynab stated.
Report Spam   Logged

Pages: [1]   Go Up
  Send this topic  |  Print  
Jump to:  

Powered by EzPortal
Scammers & spammers will be reported | If you borrow MV contents you must mention our link with hypertext | MV Team is not responsible for comments by members or guests | To make browsing faster at MV, install and enable AdBlock.
Bookmark this site! | Upgrade This Forum
SMF For Free - Create your own Forum

Buy traffic for your forum/website
Powered by SMF | SMF © 2016, Simple Machines