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Breaking News: Rakhine Terrorists Burn Down Two-Century-Old Mosque in Maungdaw

M.S. Anwar | November 23, 2013

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Maungdaw, Arakan: At 9:30PM on 23rd November 2013, Rakhines terrorists burnt down a two-century-old mosque called Hakim Ali Masjid located at the village tract of Myo Thu Gyi (Hain-Da Fara) and nearby the monastery of “Three-Mile Quarter,” Maungdaw. The terrorists torched the mosque on their way back home after torching Maungdaw Municipal Market. (Earlier Report: HERE).

“The Rakhine terrorists who had earlier torched Rohingya shops at Maungdaw Municipal Market were apparently going back home. There is a two-century old mosque called Hakim Ali Masjid located at the southern part of Maungdaw-Buthidaung Highway and nearby the monastery of “Three-Mile Quarter.” It falls under the tract of the village of Myo Thu Gyi (Hain-Da Fara), Maungdaw.

The terrorists were discontented as they were unable to burn down all Rohingyas’ shops at the Municipal Market due to the arrival of Military and taking in charge of the security. Electricity Department and Telecommunication Department of Maungdaw conspired with Rakhine terrorists in putting Rohingyas’ shops on fire. The telecommunication department switched off GSM Mobile Network so that people can’t inform military about the burning of the shops. Somehow, military arrived at the scene and prevented Rakhines from further damaging Rohingyas’ shops.

So, they were apparently going back home. On the way, they torched and razed the mosque.

It is a lonely mosque and has not been in use for long because the authority didn’t allow Rohingyas to repair it (the mosque). And the nearest Rohingya village is 1km away. However, there is a camp of Security Force (Hlun Htein). And they allowed the terrorists to burn down the historical mosque. It was built in 1810 CE” said a Rohingya from a nearby village. 

Hakim Ali

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  1. R Maung Maung R Maung Maung November 23, 2013

    The world look keeping silent continue !!!!!!

  2. Jessica Cool Jessica Cool November 23, 2013

    Fake news ! Nowadays medias only see the money face and upload fake news !!!

  3. Sultan Ahmed Sultan Ahmed November 24, 2013

    Bad news for Rohingya but the Myanmar government must agree on Rohingya citizenship law whatever the Rakhine people do.

  4. Sultan Ahmed Sultan Ahmed November 24, 2013

    It is really bad news for the truth Rohingya but the Rohingya must not disagree as the highest power can be the most lightening just near by its dead.

  5. Tasnim Jamil Tasnim Jamil November 24, 2013

    Like wise to you, go to hell, nothing more to say.

  6. Tasnim Jamil Tasnim Jamil November 24, 2013

    If your are so keen as to finding out the truth then why don't you go down there your self and realise whether it's the truth or not. If you can't, then u might as well

  7. Tasnim Jamil Tasnim Jamil November 24, 2013

    If you can't , u might as well stop branding the truth as lie. And it's apparent that u can't differentiate the truth from a lie, as you have called BBC as a liar.

  8. Myint Tun Myint Tun November 25, 2013

    in1960s, burmese people hate chinese & try to kill them but now they are giving their daughters to them.
    in 1988,Government hate too much of democracy & can not even hear Democracy voice & now they even talk democracy more than us.
    Now,Because of the hate speech done by wirathu ,control by the Gov. ,killing Muslims,etc & let see what will happen for future.

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