Burma Task Force deplores today's murder of Rohingya leader Mohibullah and urges the Bangladeshi authorities to conduct a credible investigation into these tragic events. International community organizations should also work to advocate for refugee camp security that protects all Rohingya from such violence..
A British Muslim reporter who traveled to Meiktila talked to people involved in the violence against Muslims in the central Burmese town.
One sister said she was forced to prostrate to monks after they burned her husband alive.
“They beat them in front of me. I was watching. I can still see it.” Noor Bi is crying as she describes the moment when she saw her husband and brother murdered in front of her eyes as she fled Meiktila.