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by /Abeer Almadawy
As follow up to the crisis of Rohinga news,Castle Journal discover a new painful suffering for the peoples of Rohinga who fled from the violence and killing by the army and authorities of Myanmar ,to go another hell wait them .
At first there are above 500,000 peoples of refugees from Rohinga now are in Bangaladish where there huge camps are holding for them ,but these camps are empty of food or water and the bare hands of refugees with their Young’s are suffering from hungry.
the case went to the worst,today the Transport Minister Obaidul Quader told Media that Myanmar must take back the Rohingya. As they are it’s citezen and their responsibilities are fallen on them .
When Bangladesh's transport minister arrived in the camp with relief packages, he didn't mince words. "Solution lies with them because the problem was created by Myanmar government," Quader said. "We want them to take back their citizens to their own homeland. This is unbearable burden for us."
What’s more important that
Myanmar from its side ,doesn't consider Rohingya as its citizens, unless so its leader ( Aung San Suu Kyi ) who promised UN to do all her best to end the crisis,she asked the army to end on this community by force...the leader who took Nobel prize for Peace ,doesn’t respect any kind of human rights and most Rohingya refugees are afraid to go back. Because they are burning alive and are killed by the violent crimes...So for now, in the other side of Bangaldish they are waiting more than half a day, without food or water in high temperature and bare head under strong sun heating.
On Thursday, Bangladesh announced it would build one of the world's biggest refugee camps to house all the Rohingya Muslims who have sought asylum from violence in Myanmar.