Tamaskan tatamakan = “Show a victim’s face, and you will take over”.
Bangladesh PM wants Rohingya safe zones in Myanmar
In speech to UN, Sheikh Hasina presses Myanmar to allow the return of ‘hungry, distressed and hopeless’ refugees.
Relentless Muselprop from al Jizz & the leftist fake news media.
Bangladesh PM wants Rohingya safe zones in Myanmar
This illegal, fast breeding Muslim proletariat must be resettled in Banglatrash. The Buddhists of Burma cannot be expected to provide for them.
Sheikh Hasina told the UN General Assembly on Thursday that Bangladesh was sheltering more than 800,000 Rohingya, of whom 430,000 had arrived in the past three weeks.
She called for safe zones to be created under UN supervision in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
“We are horrified to see that the Myanmar authorities are laying landmines along their stretch of the border to prevent the Rohingya from returning to Myanmar,” Hasina said.
“These people must be able to return to their homeland in safety, security and dignity.”
No. They must not “return to their homeland”. Their homeland is Bangladesh. That’s where they belong, Burma must keep the invading Muslim hordes out.
More than half of the displaced Rohingya, a majority-Muslim ethnic group, are living in makeshift camps with little access to shelter, food, clean water and sanitation, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
On Tuesday, Marzuki Darusman, the head of the UN Fact-Finding Mission, said they were seeking access to Myanmar to investigate allegations of mass killings and torture.
Children make up about 60 percent of more than 420,000 people who have poured in to Bangladesh. They have seen family members killed and homes set on fire.
They have known fear. And they have endured dangerous journeys through forests and on rickety boats.
Sometimes they have done it alone. UNICEF has so far counted more than 1,400 children who have crossed the border with neither parent.
|A Rohingya child cries amid a crowd of elders to receive food being distributed [AP]|
Now they have traded the fear of Rakhine for the chaos of refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Tens of thousands of strangers are living in the refugee camps, packed in normally uninhabitable places.
Child refugees face many dangers, including separation from their families, trafficking, servitude, and abuse.
Hunger is a constant and most children have to beg at some point if they are to eat. And to do that they have to leave their tents.
Their parents, who are simply too overwhelmed and impoverished themselves, cannot chaperone them.
UNICEF has set up what the agency calls “Child Friendly Spaces” within the camps.
|Children make up about 60 percent of the sea of humanity that has poured in to Bangladesh [AP]|
These are spaces where children can be around each other, where they can play and sing and have books read to them.
In a small room that was built just a week ago in this refugee camp, happy faces abound, with balloons and drawings hung on the walls and ceiling.
But the children are all too aware of the terrors they have witnessed, and aid agencies like UNICEF and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) say they are barely scratching the surface when it comes to addressing their mental and physical well-being.
The aid agency Save the Children warns that more than 600,000 Rohingya children could be in Bangladesh by the end of the year. Many of them will probably be orphans who will need urgent assistance.
|A Rohingya boy pleads with aid workers to give him a bag of rice [AP]|
THE IMPORTANCE OF CULTURE
* Theology impacts culture through language:
Tamaskan tatamakan = “Show a victim’s face, and you will take over”. The theological roots of this saying are complex the cultural habit clear and simple.
Just to give you an example, there’s a phrase in Arabic, “tamaskan tatamakan” = Show a victim’s face, and you will take over”. Do you understand what that means? Act the victim, and then after a while, you’ll take over the other person. So we are interacting. I pretend that I’m in a bad situation and I’m suffering. You have pity on me and when the money comes, I destroy you. Ok? That’s part of Arab culture. It’s an Arab phrase. It has a number of different variants. It’s well known in Arabic. It’s just what you learn when you learn Arabic. I an explain how that’s based in Islam. That’s what Muhammad did and it’s part of Islamic theology. It’s very well grounded. It has complex theological background to it. But you don’t have to study Islam to be shaped by ideas, just learn to speak Arabic. It’s impossible to translate that easily into English. It’s not an English concept. It’s almost repugnant to us that it is part of Arabic culture because the religion has colonized the culture and has determined the shape of the culture.
“ROHINGYA:” IT IS OUR RELIGIOUS DUTY TO HAVE CHILDREN. USING MEDICINES TO PREVENT CHILDBIRTH IS A SIN…
In the year 2000, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was asked by the Los Angeles Times how the country was going to feed, house and employ the expected doubling of its population by 2050. She replied: “We’ll send them to America. Globalisation will take that problem away, as you free up all factors of production, also labour. There’ll be free movement, country to country. Globalisation in its purest form should not have any boundaries, so small countries with big populations should be able to send population to countries with big boundaries and small populations.”
Hasina is essentially arguing that her nation needs more Lebensraum, and that other countries should meekly accept this. Several Muslim nations seem to attempt a similar policy of population dumping through mass migration.
Breeding like rabbits doesn’t make the phony “Rohingya” welcome anywhere, not even in their native Bangladesh:
In that case it has to be our religious duty to get rid of all Mohammedans who make it clear to us that their only purpose in life is to outbreed and to replace us.