RVISION April 14, 2018

By Rohingya Vision TV correspondents | 14th April 2018

Buthidaung: Extremists Rakhines (Moghs) killed a Rohingya teenage boy by attacking him brutally in a village of Butuidaung Township today (14th April), reported a villager.

A set of Rakhine extremists (Mogh) attacked a 12 year old Rohingya cowboy, while getting back to his home. He was attacked brutally on his lower parts of the body that he lost some parts of his body.

According to villagers he is poor cowboy who was coming back after tying his cattle. He is identified to be S/O Halaya hailing from Fuimali Village of Buthidaung Township.

“This is not the first time our children are targeted and killed in this brutal manner. After driving more than half of the people from Buthidaung Moghs (Rakhines) are targeting our remaining people” explains an elderly from the area.

Attacking underage Rohingya children and men have been a rooted genocidal tool since the military rule, where thousands of Rohingya had to compensate their lives just for residing in their own ancestral land and many more are yet to be added on the death toll in ongoing genocidal operation.

Read more on Rohingya killings:

How Myanmar forces burned, looted and killed in a remote village

 

Rights monitors have accused Myanmar troops of atrocities, including killings, mass rape and arson during those operations. The United Nations has said the army may have committed genocide; the United States has called the action ethnic cleansing. 

 

 

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Ten Rohingya Muslim men with their hands bound kneel as members of the Myanmar security forces stand guard in Inn Din village September 2, 2017. Picture taken September 2, 2017. REUTERS

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