Burmese Monk: “May US citizens be free from jihad. May the world be free of bloodshed”

Erdogan’s Turk Bulletin throws manure at Burmese Buddhists again for wanting to get rid of Mohammedan headchoppers:

Firebrand monk Wirathu, once dubbed the “face of Buddhist terror” for his anti-Muslim sermons, celebrated with a four-line poem on Facebook.

Petrodollars have corrupted journalism a long time ago. If you pay for it, you find a hundred scribblers who call people names like “face of Buddhist terror” .

“Public security is the most important consideration/Donald Trump is the real leader/People love him so much/Nationalism is the priority,” he wrote.

“May US citizens be free from jihad. May the world be free of bloodshed,” he added in a statement underneath.
Myanmar anti-Muslim groups wax lyrical on Trump victory
Myanmar anti-Muslim groups wax lyrical on Trump victory

Trump’s shock ascent to the White House topped a vitriolic campaign in which he promised to ban Muslims from entering the US and pledged to establish a database of those living in the country.

Myanmar’s anti-Muslim hardliners cheered Donald Trump’s election as US president in prose and poetry on Thursday, hailing the divisive billionaire’s triumph as a victory in the fight against “extremism”.

Trump is not “divisive”. Allah divided the world in believers and disbelievers.

Muslims around the world were left reeling from his surprise win on Tuesday, with many fearing he would bring in policies that could help bolster extremist groups like ISIL.

Trump said he would wipe them out, not “bolster them”.

But in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, a country simmering with religious tensions, hardline anti-Muslim groups waxed lyrical about his victory.

Burma is not “simmering with religious tensions”, Burma is under attack by Mohammedan headbangers who want to wipe the Buddhists out and make the country islamic.

Firebrand monk Wirathu, once dubbed the “face of Buddhist terror” for his anti-Muslim sermons, celebrated with a four-line poem on Facebook.

“Public security is the most important consideration/Donald Trump is the real leader/People love him so much/Nationalism is the priority,” he wrote.

“May US citizens be free from jihad. May the world be free of bloodshed,” he added in a statement underneath.

Anti-Muslim sentiment has billowed in Myanmar in recent years, erupting into bouts of bloodshed and leaving a stain on the country’s recent democratic transition.

More than a million of Myanmar’s Muslims are Rohingya, a stateless ethnic group reviled by many Buddhists who insist they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

They are not just illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, they are the soldiers of allah waging jihad against unbelievers.

Myanmar’s president has accused Rohingya of attacking police border posts in western Rakhine state last month, an incident that sparked a deadly military crackdown in the border region.

That’s a fact, not just  an accusation.

Independent investigators have been prevented from carrying out enquiries into the allegations that Rohingya extremists carried out the deadly raids.

There is no proof for that.

But ethnic Rakhine Buddhist nationalists, who have long railed against the Rohingya, have seized on the attacks as evidence the oppressed minority is launching a new front for rxtremism.

“Being engulfed in Islamisation and illegal immigration problems, we the Arakanese (Rakhine) people look up to you as a new world leader who will change the rigged system being infested with jihadi infiltrators,” said Aye Maung, chairman of the Arakan National Party, in an open letter to Trump.

“We… hope your leadership will steer the US and the world into a safer place.”

So do we.

AFP

Update:

Three Rohingya villages burned in Myanmar: HRW

Citing satellite imagery, Human Rights Watch says more than 400 buildings destroyed in the restive Rakhine State.

Satellite images show that several Rohingya village in Myanmar’s Rakhine State have been burned to the ground in recent weeks, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Saturday.

The New York-based rights group urged authorities to invite United Nations investigators to look into the destruction of a total of 430 buildings in three villages in the northern Maungdaw district between October 22 and November 10.

 Myanmar soldiers allegedly killed Rohingya villager

“New satellite images not only confirm the widespread destruction of Rohingya villages but show that it was even greater than we first thought,” Brad Adams, HRW’s Asia director, said in a statement.

According to HRW, the damage took place in the villages of Pyaung Pyit, Kyet Yoe Pyin, and Wa Peik.

The allegations come at a time of heightened tensions between the authorities and the ethnic Rohingya community that has seen the government arm non-Muslim civilians in Rakhine and renewed crackdowns on the Rohingya.

Troops started pouring into Maungdaw in October after the killings of nine border police in three attacks along the country’s northwestern border with Bangladesh.

Security crackdowns have lead to at least 3,000 Buddhist Rakhine fleeing their homes in Maungdaw township, with dozens of fighters allegedly being killed in the fighting.

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