support rohingyas refugee women victims

BCHRD
Posted January 28, 2017 from Bangladesh
Rohingyas Victims of torture
She spent her 80 years of long life in Poakhali village of Mayanmar. God blessed her with eight children. She had rosy dreams with her children. She hoped her sufferings will go when her children will grow adult and start earning. Mayanmar army and the biddhists fundamentalists smashed her hopes.she had to see her children being butchered in front of her eyes. It is very difficult for her to forget for a moment such ghastly scene of her own children being murdered. Running after shots, burning the house, none of her children could escape death. You will feel my pain if you are a human being.What do I do now? Why did they shot my sons? cut their throats?

Myanmar government forces are operating mass killing of Rohinga muslims of Mayanmar .To save lives Rohinga muslims are eying Bangladesh border. They are thinking only of getting out of this hell. Widowed lady Fatema Khatun (53) of Mongdu of Myanmar Jambunia Rangabali village is one of them who could get out of such hell. She lost her husband six years ago. Though they were born & lived in Rakhain province of Mayanmar they were denied citizenship. Nevertheless they were living with children & grand children. Such apparent happiness turned into tragedy. She lost everything and with three grand children are now immigrants. Tagged as illegal immigrants. In Myanmar they have no security of life. In Bangladesh in the land of immigration they have no food to eat. To unlucky Fatema life is hell. To Fatema birth is lifelong sin. In Rohinga slum of Kutub Palong in Ukhiya under Cox's Bazar district of Bangladesh Fatema was shivering as he was narrating the horrific story she suffered All on sudden Myanmar Military/soldiers rushed into their house & roped, abducted her sons Sah Alamv (30) Nur Salam ((27), Aman Ullah (25), Hamid Hossen (16) and raped her daughters one after another on 15 November 2016 night. While trying to resist Ms. Fatema was physically assaulted by the Myanmar Military/soldiers. After rape one after another the Army/Military of Myanmar set their house on fire and took her sons with them. As they ran for life Fatema didn't know who went where till she could trace her grand children Nur (7), Sahena (6), Hasina (5) and hided in the jungle. In the morning we found no house in the neighborhood. All the houses were burned down by the army. None were there. Under such circumstances we started moving toward Bangladesh border. Fatema says" under such trauma I don't remember how I entered Bangladesh." Fatema just joined others under similar tragedic situation and via Palongkhali Jhimkhali finally anchored in Kotobpalong slum of rohingas. Many other Fatemas are here in Kutobpalong Rohinga shelter.Someone lost her beloved husband, someone lost beloved son, someone lost caring father in the barbaric attack of Mayanmar soldiers.

How to Get Involved

If you can help them, please send grant through western union.

Name: Mst Nilufa Yeasmin

Director: BCHRD

National ID number:6914485406079

Dhaka, Bangladesh

You can direct send email for details; infobchrd@gmail.com

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BCHRD
Jan 28, 2017
Jan 28, 2017

Please help them

Jill Langhus
Jan 29, 2017
Jan 29, 2017

Thanks for your update and for letting us know how to help. Please keep us updated.

Natasha L
Jan 30, 2017
Jan 30, 2017

Hello -  This is a vivid piece on the suffering of the rohingyas refugee women, and the social conditions they are forced to live in.  Are there government or community initiatives to bring respect to the human rights of these women? 

William62
Oct 10, 2017
Oct 10, 2017

Thanks for telling your story, and providing ways for people to engage helping to find solutions.  Being a retiree from UNHCR, the importance of networking and helping to find peaceful solutions, both for trying to identify what might be needed to return home in peace and dignity, but also to support the efforts of the government of Bangladesh to find ways to work together with the government of Myanmar to bring peaceful development to your region.