Myanmar Military Junta deployed Buddhist as Mercenaries to commit Genocide to Muslims Rohingya. Tens of thousands of Rohingya are rounded up & crammed into squalid camps and displaced to clear the way for Chinese thieves to steal the Natural Gas Reserves trapped beneath Rohingya ancestral lands. Armed policeman used to Burn & Devastate hundreds of Rakhine villages where major pipeline to transport Rohingya Muslim gas to China begins.
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COMMUNAL RIOTS IN MYANMAR LEAVE OVER 80 DEAD AFTER VIOLENCE BREAKS OUT BETWEEN BUDDHISTS AND MUSLIMS
The toll from a wave of unrest in western Myanmar has reached 82, a government official said on Saturday, after fierce fighting that has seen whole districts torched and forced thousands to flee. Violence that broke out this week between Buddhists and Muslims in Rakhine state has killed 36 women and 46 men, according to a government official who asked to remain anonymous. Altogether 82 people died and 129 people were injured, he said. An armed policeman stands guard in front of refugees at a relief camp in Sittwe, MyanmarThe new fighting, which began on October 21, has prompted international warnings that the nation's reforms could be under threat. Tens of thousands of mainly Muslim Rohingya are already crammed into squalid camps around the state capital Sittwe after deadly violence in June and Rakhine state officials said the latest bloodshed had caused an influx of boats carrying around 6,000 people to the city. "The local government is planning to relocate them to a suitable place. We are having problems because more people are coming," said Rakhine government spokesman Hla Thein. Some of the displaced are still on boats while several thousand have docked on an island opposite Sittwe. Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Saturday released satellite images showing extensive destruction of homes and other property in a predominantly Rohingya Muslim area of Kyaukpyu - where a major pipeline to transport Myanmar gas to China begins. The images show a stark contrast between the coastal area as seen in March this year, packed with hundreds of dwellings and fringed with boats, and in the aftermath of the latest violence, where virtually all structures appear to have been wiped from the landscape. HRW said 633 buildings and 178 houseboats and barges had been torched in the area, one of seven townships affected by the latest strife.