Facts Check: Did rohingya terrorists abduct killed Hindu families
Brief Outline: Rohingya terrorists had abducted 69 Hindu families, 53 killed, 14 children of them were under 8 years of age. 8 women and 8 children left alive after accepting Islam. Facts Check: True
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रोहिंग्या आतंकियों ने 69 हिंदू परिवारों को उठाया था, 53 की हत्या की, उनमे 14 बच्चों की उम्र 8 साल से कम थी. इस्लाम कबूल कर रोहिंग्या आतंकियों के साथ शादी के लिए राजी होने पर 8 महिलाएं और उनके 8 बच्चे जिंदा बचे: ऐमनेस्टी इंटरनैशनल की रिपोर्ट
Translate: Rohingya terrorists had abducted 69 Hindu families, 53 killed, 14 children of them were under 8 years of age. 8 women and 8 children left alive after accepting Islam and agreeing to marry Rohiniya militants: Amnesty International report.
रोहिंग्या आतंकियों ने 69 हिंदू परिवारों को उठाया था, 53 की हत्या की, उनमे 14 बच्चों की उम्र 8 साल से कम थी. इस्लाम कबूल कर रोहिंग्या आतंकियों के साथ शादी के लिए राजी होने पर 8 महिलाएं और उनके 8 बच्चे जिंदा बचे: ऐमनेस्टी इंटरनैशनल की रिपोर्ट https://t.co/f7eaLiG3zK
रोहिंग्या आतंकियों ने 69 हिंदू परिवारों को उठाया था, 53 की हत्या की, उनमे 14 बच्चों की उम्र 8 साल से कम थी. इस्लाम कबूल कर रोहिंग्या आतंकियों के साथ शादी के लिए राजी होने पर 8 महिलाएं और उनके 8 बच्चे जिंदा बचे: ऐमनेस्टी इंटरनैशनल की रिपोर्ट https://t.co/f7eaLiG3zK— Manak Gupta (@manakgupta) June 2, 2018
Detailed Analysis: As per the news shared on the social media website Rohingya terrorists had abducted 69 Hindu families and killed most of them is true as per navbharattimes.
Millions of Rohingya Muslims have been forced to flee from Myanmar and take shelter in many neighboring countries including Bangladesh, India. However, a black chapter is also associated with this. Some terrorists of this community had massacred Hindus some time ago. According to the report of Amnesty International, the terrorists used to rape a large number of women as well as to commit murder, to burn villages, torture them.
According to the report of Amnesty International, many Hindu women fleeing for their lives has told that on August 25, 2017 at around 8 am, groups of Rohingya militants (Arakan Rohingya Solvation Army, ARSA) attacked Hindus' houses in Ah Naok Khan village. . Some terrorists were in black dress and some were wearing some common clothes. The militants at the time lifted the 69 Hindu men, women and children present in the village. After a few hours he killed most men and took the women with them.
Terrorist’s were wearing Black clothes
22-year-old Bina Bala tells that she was one of the eight women who was kidnapped and were taken to Bangladesh. She said, 'It was morning time and she was worshiping at that time. They got into our house. Some of them were in black clothes. I recognized them ... they were from our village. '
Bina tells that those people seized our mobile phones and made us stand outside, where even more Hindus were brought up. She told to Amnesty International, "They had sharp weapons and iron rods. They tied our hands behind the back and blindfold on their eyes. I asked them what they are doing. One of them said that you belong to another religion, you cannot live here. They beat us and ultimately we have to give them our jewelry and money. '
No chance to escape
On the same day, 46 men, women and children disappeared in the Bok Kyair, the second village of Hindus. They did not know anything. At the time of the attack, 24-year-old Rika Dhar was also at home. They told Amnesty, "We did not get any chance to escape. Rohingya Muslims took our jewels ... our eyes were blinded and the hands were also tied. Like other villagers, Rica was also recognizing the attackers.
Killed men, took women into the woods
Hindus were taken out of the village and their ID cards were burnt first, which they had already snatched. The terrorists separated Hindu men from women and children. After this, they went to the forest with women. During this, 53 Hindus were killed. They had 20 men, 10 women and 23 children, 14 of them were under 8 years of age.
Survived on the point of confession of Islam
Only 16 people (8 women and 8 children) could survive because they agreed to accept Islam and after that they had to marry Rohiniya militants. 20-year-old Fermila told Amnesty, "The Muslims brought their sword in their hands. Swords were bloody. They told us that our husbands were killed by those people. '
18-year-old Raj Kumari said, 'They killed men. We were told not to look at them ... we had hid in the bushes. My uncle, my father, my brother killed, They killed many women after killing men.
False statements were made to be given
On arrival to Bangladesh on August 28, 8 Hindu women were forcibly received fake video statements. The abductors told them that if anyone asks, the local people and the army of the Rakhine attacked us. Bina Bala explains, Shortly after, these videos were posted on Facebook. After this, the people of the Hindu community of northern Harenin province asked Bangladesh to find women from their friends in Bangladesh. The Hindu refugees were kept separatetly and the security forces of Bangladesh secured their protection. Later, in October, 16 women were sent back to Myanmar.
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A Rohingya armed group brandishing guns and swords is responsible for at least one, and potentially a second, massacre of up to 99 Hindu women, men, and children as well as additional unlawful killings and abductions of Hindu villagers in August 2017, Amnesty International revealed today after carrying out a detailed investigation inside Myanmar's Rakhine State.
An armed Rohingya group carried out at least one massacre of Hindu villagers in Myanmar's conflict-wracked Rakhine state, an Amnesty International report has concluded. Ethnic conflict has convulsed the southeast Asian country in recent years, with the military accused of slaughtering members of the Muslim Rohingya minority in the majority-Buddhist country.