Bengali terrorists burnt down 17 villages in Maung Taw, Rakhine state of Myanmar.
It was based on the issue where three Bengalis raped and inhumanely killed[my] a Rakhine girl on 28th May, 2012. 5 days later, 8 Muslims were killed[my] in a bus attack by vigilantes. Such disputes led to be hot issues among netizens online. Some were frustrated, some warned to prevent religious disputes and others stay quiet. Most of the public pointed out the Bengali immigrants that has been threatening the local Rakhines.
For the moment on 8th June, 2012, unconfirmed reports said[my] 100 of innocent Rakhine were killed and many injured[violent graphics] and villages were put on fire. Terrorists were believed to prepare for this systematically. Locals mentioned that once they finished Friday service in mosque, a crowd of hundreds Bengalis put the villages on fire. Local Rakhines had to leave the houses and gather at the Buddhist monasteries.
Myanmar Government sent armed forces to settle the vigilantes’ actions but according to Netizens, the situation is not still under control. About 5 hours later, government announced martial law in Maung Taw with immediate effect.
Netizens expressed their anger to Bengali immigrants who claimed themselves as Rohingyas and corruption among immigration officers. 88 Generation Leaders* announced[my] that Rohingya has never been and will never be an ethnic of Myanmar and agreed to cooperate with army and the government to protect innocent Rakhine people.
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*Biggest revolution protest in Myanmar during 1988 were lead by 88 Generation leaders.
- Myanmar Netizens voice out for apology from BBC (mmnetizens.wordpress.com)