ITM Commemorates 232nd Anniversary of the “Fall of Arakan”

ITM Commemorates 232nd Anniversary of the “Fall of Arakan”

Today, 28th December ITM (Ittihad Al-Tullab Al-Muslimeen) or Union of Muslim Students commemorated 232nd anniversary of “Fall of Arakan” into the hand of Burmese invaders. The Press briefing is as follows: 28th December: “ THE BLACK DAY” in the History

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Arakanese Political Activities from 1948 to 1962

Arakanese Political Activities from 1948 to 1962

By Aman Ullah In the general elections for the Constituent Assembly, Mr. Sultan Ahmed and Mr. Abdu Gaffar were elected from Maungdaw and Buthidaung with the tickets of Jamiat-e- Ulema, the political party of Muslim of Arakan. Since the holding

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The Muslim Massacre of Arakan in 1942

The Muslim Massacre of Arakan in 1942

By Aman Ullah Across the last two thousand years, there has been great deal of local vibrancy as well as movement of different ethnic peoples through the region. For the last millennium or so, Muslims (Rohingyas) and Buddhists (Rakhines) have

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Arakan Azad Force and Two State Theory

Arakan Azad Force and Two State Theory

By Aman Ullah The question of granting ‘State’ to Arakan was taken seriously by most of the Muslims as they feared that the Maghs would create a 1942-like situation if they come to power in Arakan. In response, the Muslims

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Arakan Muslims Kheouk or Headman appointed to the charge of Division

Arakan Muslims Kheouk or Headman appointed to the charge of Division

By Aman Ullah On April 26, 1826, the then Sub Commissioner of Arakan sent a report to the George Swinton Esquire, Secretary to Government in the Secret and Political Department Fort William, on the cultures and inhabitants of Arakan. According

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The Voice of Some Rakhine

The Voice of Some Rakhine

By Aman Ullah Arakan, in fact, a continuation of the Chittagong plain was neither purely a Burmese nor an Indian Territory until 18th century. Culturally, socially, economically and politically the peoples of Arakan were independent for centuries. Hinduism and Buddhism

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The Rohingyas are Indigenous Race of Burma

The Rohingyas are Indigenous Race of Burma

By Aman Ullah “Muslims of Arakan certainly belong to one of the indigenous races of Burma which you represent. In fact there is no pure indigenous race in Burma, and that if you do not belong to indigenous races of

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The Modern Form of ‘Arakan’ is Derived from Arabic

The Modern Form of ‘Arakan’ is Derived from Arabic

By Aman Ullah “The modern form of Arakan said to be derived from the Arabic ‘Al-Rakhang’” …Professor Hodivala “Arekadesa could also be read Anekadesa”….Dr. Pamela Gutman Pamela Gutman was born in Adelaide, South Australia. Her tertiary education was at the

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Dr Francis Buchanan and Roang

Dr Francis Buchanan and Roang

By Aman Ullah “The term Rohingya is derived from Rohang the ancient name of Arakan”. Dr. Ganganath Jha of Jawaharlal Nehru University of India Francis Buchanan’s account, ‘His Journey to Chittagong, the Chittagong Hills Tracts, Noakhali and Commiila during 1798’,

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A Historic Record of Rohingya Existence Before 1824

A Historic Record of Rohingya Existence Before 1824

    Walter Hamilton Esq. and Rohingya By Aman Ullah   Walter Hamilton Esq., the writer of The East Indian Gazetteer, wrote two volumes of ‘A Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Description of Hindostan, and the Adjacent Counties’, which were published

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