MYANMAR SHOULD EXPEL THEM LOCK, STOCK & KORAN.
Burmese Government will be wise and patriotic to pass this legislation. They have a VICIOUS indigestible treacherous minority among them that stabbed neighbouring Hindusthan in the front and in the back in 1947.
They also took advantage of MAJORITY COMMUNITY'S soft “Gandhian” heart and stayed back after capturing one third of India. NOT ONLY DID THEY REDUCE INDIA SEVERELY IN AREA & SIZE, BUT ALSO SAVAGELY MASSACRED MILLIONS OF HINDUS, FORCING TENS OF MILLIONS MORE TO FLEE FOR THEIR LIFE.
DUE TO THEIR INTOLERANCE NOT ONE ANCIENT HINDU TEMPLE CAN BE SEEN STANDING IN NORTHERN INDIA. SRI RAM TEMPLE IN AYODHYA, OVER WHICH THEY THREATEN CIVIL WAR, IS STILL IN RUINS. IN REALITY THESE ENEMIES OF INFIDELS & TEMPLES ARE LUCKY THAT THE HINDUS ARE NOT INTOLRANT, SAVAGE AND BRUTAL LIKE THEM.
ON THE DAY OF THE BRUTAL "MURDER OF MOTHER INDIA" (“AKHAND BHARAT”) THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN FORCIBLY EXPELLED OUT OF HINDUSTHAN WITH THEIR KORAN. IN PARTITIONED BLEEDING INDIA “MOHAMMED” WOULD HAVE BEEN DELETED FROM PUBLIC MEMORY LIKE THE NAME "HITLER"!
LET THE BUDDHISTS WORLDWIDE NOT FORGET THE TREATMENT OF THE TWO TALL HISTORIC BUDDHA STATUES IN AFGHANISTHAN. THAT IS WHAT THEY WILL MOST CERTAINLY DO TO THE BUDDHIST TEMPLES AND STATUES ACROSS MYANMAR IF THEIR VENOM AND SATANIC POTENTIAL IS OVERLOOKED AS IN THE NEIGHBOURING BHARAT.
2-child limit for Muslim Rohingya families
25 May 2013
YANGON, 25 MAY: Authorities in Myanmar's western Rakhine state have introduced a two-child limit for Muslim Rohingya families in an effort to ease tensions with the Rohingya's Buddhist neighbours after a spate of deadly sectarian violence, an official said today.
Local officials said the new measure ~ part of a policy that will also ban polygamy ~ will be applied to two Rakhine townships that border Bangladesh and have the highest Muslim populations in the state. The townships, Buthidaung and Maundaw, are about 95 per cent Muslim.
The measure was enacted a week ago after a government-appointed commission investigating the violence issued proposals to ease tensions, which included family planning programmes to stem population growth among minority Muslims, said Rakhine state spokesman Win Myaing.
The commission also recommended doubling the number of security forces in the volatile region. “The population growth of Rohingya Muslims is 10 times higher than that of the Rakhine (Buddhists),” Mr Myaing said. “Overpopulation is one of the causes of tension.”
Sectarian violence in Myanmar first flared nearly a year ago in Rakhine state between the region's Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingya.
Mobs of Buddhists armed with machetes razed thousands of Muslim homes, leaving hundreds of people dead and forcing 1,25,000 to flee, mostly Muslims.
Since the violence, religious unrest has morphed into a campaign against the country's Muslim communities in other regions.
Containing the strife has posed a serious challenge to President Thein Sein's reformist government as it attempts to institute political and economic liberalisation after nearly half a century of harsh military rule. It has also tarnished the image of Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been criticised for failing to speak out strongly in defence of the country's embattled Muslim community. Mr Myaing said the authorities had not yet determined how the measures will be enforced, but the two-child policy will be mandatory in Buthidaung and Maundaw. The policy will not apply yet to other parts of Rakhine state, which have smaller Muslim populations.
“One factor that has fuelled tensions between the Rakhine public and (Rohingya) populations relates to the sense of insecurity among many Rakhines stemming from the rapid population growth of the (Rohingya), which they view as a serious threat,” the government-appointed commission said in a report issued last month.
Predominantly Buddhist Myanmar does not include the Rohingya as one of its 135 recognised ethnicities. It considers them to be illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and denies them citizenship. Bangladesh says the Rohingya have been living in Myanmar for centuries and should be recognised there as citizens. Muslims account for about 4 per cent of Myanmar's roughly 60 m
From: A. Sengupta.