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THE CHUT PYIN NON-MASSACRE

by Rick Heizman, Feb 10, 2018


According to Amnesty International: During the afternoon of August 27, 2017, the Myanmar military,
joined by BGP and local vigilantes who lived nearly, surrounded Chut Pyin, Rathedaung Township,
opened fire on those fleeing, and then systematically burned Bengali houses and buildings.
Amnesty International interviewed 17 Bengali residents of Chut Pyin, most of them on Sept 26.
According to AI and Fortify Rights: on August 27 around 2 PM, military troops joined by local
vigilantes and BGP surrounded the village. A witness said, “They came in very suddenly. They didn’t
say anything. And they just opened fire and set fire to houses. I saw it with my own eyes.” All 17
people interviewed described seeing the soldiers, BGP, and local vigilantes deliberately burn large
parts of the Bengali village during the afternoon, using petrol cans and matchsticks.
FR reported men and boys were herded into a hut and burned alive, and children as young as 6 were
beheaded in a “killing spree that ran five hours from 2 to 7 pm.” “After the Myanmar authorities and
local armed-residents left the village, Bengali survivors returned to the village to assess damage, at
great personal risk, and to count the dead. Survivors estimated the death toll be more than 200.”

As to be expected these days AI and Human Rights Watch say satellite imagery ‘supports’ the
witness accounts, when in fact this point has been abused greatly by jumping to unproven
conclusions as if it’s the word of God - satellite imagery cannot tell WHO started a fire - ARSA or Army
or Santa Claus.

The biggest problem with this seemingly solid account, from 17 ‘survivors’ is this:
The interrogations of captured ARSA militants, and villagers under the banner of ARSA,
who are from the Chut Pyin area villages, paints a far different description of events, in their own
words!1 Furthermore, these militants were captured on Sept 11, 2017, and were interrogated on Sept
14 and 15, just over 2 weeks before nearly all of the Interviews, by HRW, FR, and AI.

So, the timeline is this:


1) Aug 26 - ARSA Militants and Bengali men gathered to launch their well-planned surprise attacks.
2) Aug 27 early morning - The initial attacks by ARSA during the very early morning of Aug 27.2
3a) Aug 27 morning - captured militants say after they attacked the Police Outpost in the early
morning they fled back to Chut Pyin and set in on fire, and fled with the villagers to Be Lar Mi, Auk
Nan Yar, and Ni Lin Paw, later in the morning, and throughout the day. Then all of the villagers
from those villages began to flee over the Mayu Mountains to Maungdaw and then to Bangladesh.
According to them, by 5:00 am on 28.9.2017, they were all on the way to Bangladesh.
3b) Aug 27 afternoon - Bengalis, HRW, FR, AI say: Around 2 pm Rakhine Buddhists Security Forces,
and local vigilantes came into the village of Chut Pyin, killing, burning, and executing people.
However, according to the prisoners the population was already gone, and the village was in
flames.
4) Sept 11 -Bengali ARSA Militants captured
5) Sept 14, 15 - Militants interrogated
6) Sept 26, 27 - Most interviews with Bengali ‘victims’ and ‘survivors’

1 Of the 24 interrogations that are translated so far, 5 of the prisoners are from the Chut Pyin area. Many more
interrogations are coming as they are translated to English.
2 Most of the initial attacks were on Aug 25, but those in Buthidaung and Rathedaung often started one or two days
later - Aug 26 or 27.
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The ACCOUNTS of 5 CAPTURED ARSA MILITANTS and VILLAGER AFFILIATES
(Mawlawi is the Bengali term for Imam, (F) = father, common to use for identification, (M) = mother)

1) Name: Ma Go La Mauk, 48, Be Lar Mi hamlet, Pauk Pin Yin, Rathedaung Township
How I Was Recruited:
I used to go to the Bellami Mosque to pray. Our mosque Mawlawi [Imam] is
Mawlawi Esoup. We are instructed to go to the mosque 5 times a day to pray. I
can only go a few times a day, when I have free time. Mawlawi Esoup and Rawfis
(32), (F) Adu Raw Kim, used to tell us that ARSA would lead attacks to occupy
Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung and declare it an Islamic State. They
said we must join with ARSA, and we should get ready to join. They told us that if
we did not do what they said we would have our heads cut off, in accordance with
Islamic practice. And, they said other Bengalis from other villages would also join
the attacks. We heard Mawlawi Esoup and Rawfis speak these kind of words also
in Chut Pyin Village Mosque.

ARSA Training Sessions:

From our village, Rawfis (35), Adula Min (20), Dil Ma Mauk (40), Azi Zulla (20), Ar Yu (30), Atta Ullah
(20), Dini Salam (25), Rawfique (18), Mawlawi Adu Shu Kha (30), from Auk Nan Yar village, Mawlawi
Habi Sarmauk (35), Mawlawi Shuku (40), Faw Saw La Mauk (35) from Samdu Village, Hu Saung
(30), Futura (25), Malawi Sayed Alom (55), Malawi Abu La Sheim (55), and Saw Tar (25) have
attended some training from ARSA. The training sessions were given in Koe Tha Kauk village. If we
crossed the mountain, which takes a day, we would arrive at Thin Baw Kway, Inn Din, and Tha Win
Chaung villages. And then, we would go by foot to Koe Tan Kauk village.The leader of ARSA lived, or
stayed, in Koe Tan Kauk village. I don’t know his true name. He is around 50 years old, brown, tough,
round face, beard, and about 5 ft 9 inch tall. ARSA conducted training sessions, focused on fighting
skills, shooting guns, and making handmade bombs and mines. Villagers from Koe Tan Kauk village
are the trainers of ARSA. I attended the training sessions once a week, and they told us that if we
failed to attend, they would kill us. The training was from 9 pm to 12 am midnight. They used to say, in
the trainings, that they were going to establish an autonomous Islamic State. All of our villagers above
15 years old took the trainings, and so did men up until 40 years old. Kay Fayed and Said Dullah also
joined the training. Rawfis put me in the ‘Attacking Group’. Members of ARSA used to come to our
village and other nearby villages, and they killed those who were opposed to them, or those
suspected to be government informants. They used to wear black suits and white headbands with
Arabic words printed on them. I don’t know because I don’t read, but some said the words on the
headbands meant “Bless me, Allah”. Some of the ARSA members wore black masks.

Ata Ullah - leader of ARSA - and His Financial Support:


Ata Ullah, who had lived in Saudi Arabia, came with 20 others to our village mosque in February
2017. They met with us trainees and told us to cooperate with them to establish a Rohingya Islamic
Country. Ata Ullah gave some poor families of our village, 200,000 Myanmar Kyat [150 US dollars] to
each family. Ata Ullah did the same in Buthidaung, and Rathedaung Townships as well. Ata Ullah is
also called Mawlawi Hani Bar (another name). We heard he went to Saudi Arabia 20 years ago and
came back again as Ata Ullah. Ata’s eldest brother, Saw Raw Dim (70), and his cousins; Zuri Dim
(60), Shaung Shu (40), Fil Ma Mauk (50), and Dil Ma Mauk (45) live in Pyaing Taung village. Naw Bi
Hu Taung (50) from our village is also a cousin of Ata Ullah.

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After Ata Ullah travelled around Maungdaw, Buthidaung and Rathedaung townships, he gave 10
million Burmese Kyat [$7400 US dollars] to Rawfis from our village, 15 million to Mawlawi Adu Shuku,
Mawlawi Ha Bi Sa Mauk from Auk Nan Yar village, 10 million to Mawbi and Hasu from Chut Pyin
village, 5 million to Fawsaw La Mauk and Rawshid from Than Du village, and 20 million to Mawlawi
Mawni. He assigned them to be financial agents. Rawfis, Hasu, Mawlawi Adu Shu Ku and Mawlawi
Mawni went to Shinma Phyu Island near Teknaf, Bangladesh, and received this money from one of
Ata’s men (name-unknown). Ata Ullah’s Headquarters of ARSA is located somewhere in the jungle of
Bandarban, Bangladesh. Rafis went there about once a month. He showed us the emblem of ARSA
and told them that our village would receive 10 guns and 40 swords. Other Bengalis from
Rathedaung and Buthidaung also went to ARSA’s Headquarters in Bangladesh.

Making Handmade Bombs:


ARSA trainees, Has, Saltar, Mawlawi Sayed Alom, and Mawlawi Abu Ha Sheim learned how to make
bombs when they went to Bangladesh. They made bombs in the home of Mawlawi Adu Shu Ku, and
kept the bombs in Adu Shu Ku’s house and Dil Ma Mauk’s house in our village.

How We Prepared for the Attacks:


Around 3:00 pm on 22.8.2017, Nru Ma Mauk from Chut Pyin
village gathered about 100 Bengalis from Chut Pyin, Ah Htet
Nan Yar, Auk Nan Yar, Be Lar Mi, and Ni Lin Baw villages in
the house of Mawbi from Chut Pyin. He said ARSA had
arrived in Chut Pyin village and they would start the attacks
in the early morning of 25.8.2017. They told us to be ready
to join, and if any of us refused, they would be killed.

Around 10 am of 26.8.2017, we gathered some people in


the house of Rawfis. Rawfis, Dil Ma Mauk, Aman Hu Sang,
and Adu La Min were wearing black suits, holding swords,
and each one of them had 10 homemade bombs. They said Chut Pyin to Be Lar Mi is one mile.
after attacking the police outposts we will have their guns. We,
around 50 Bengalis, arrived at Mawbi’s house in Chut Pyin village around 2 am on 27.8.2017. We met
other villagers there - from Chut Pyin, Ni Lin Baw, Auk Nan Yar, and Than Du villages - and now we
were, all together, about 200 Bengalis. Everyone - both young and old, even some kids - joined
together with us. We decided to approach Chut Pyin Police Outpost, to attack with bombs, and when
policemen chase after us, some of our group would ambush them. We made sure the our women and
children were kept together in the center of Chut Pyin village.

How We Attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost:

Around 3 am on 27.8.2017, Saltar, Mawlawi Abul La Sheim (Mawlawi leader of Rathedaung) and Ha
Su from Chut Pyin village attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost with bombs. When the policemen
chased after them, our group - lead by Rawfis - ambushed the policemen, while shouting “Allahu
Akbar”. Some unknown ARSA members and Saltar, Nru Ma Mauk, Rawfis and Aman Hu Saung shot
the policemen with guns. Some villagers from our Be Lar Mi village, and Ni Lin Baw village were hit
by gunfire, and we then retreated to home. On the way, we buried some landmines on the road.

How We Fled Our Villages, and Set Fire To Our Villages As We Left:

After attacking Chut Pyin police Outpost, in the early morning of 27.8.2017, Ar Mauk Dullah (45), Ru
Taung Are (50), Ra Mauk Dullah (50) and other ARSA militants set fire to Chut Pyin village. All the
villagers from our village fled around around 5 am on 28.8.2017.

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2) Sayed Dulla, 20, Be Lar Mi Hamlet, Pauk Pin Yin Village, Rathedaung Township
How I Was Recruited:
On 23.8.2017, in the mosque, Mawlawi Esoup and Rawfis said that ARSA would
launch attacks on 25.8.2017 to occupy Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung
Townships, and to make it an Islamic State. They told us that all Bengalis had to join
the attacks and that we must be ready. We heard that they told other Bengalis the
same things, in other mosques. They already have received training from ARSA.
How We Prepared To Attack:
When I was at home on 22.8.2017, around 3:00 pm, Nu Ma Mauk from Chut Pyin village gathered us
villagers and we followed him to a house in Chut Pyin where there were about 100 Bengalis from
Chut Pyin, Ah Htet Nan Yar, Auk Nan Yar, Be Lar Mi and Ni Lin Baw Villages. Nu Ma Mauk said
members of ARSA had already arrived at Chut Pyin village, and that they would lead the attacks, that
we must join them, and that we must go get ready.
How We Attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost:
Around 3:00 am on 27.8.2017, Saltar from Chut Pyin approached the police
outpost and attacked with two bombs. When policemen chased after him, a
group of us (around 80) ambushed them and attacked them shouting ‘Allahu
Akbar’. Saltar, Nu Ma Muck, Rawfis and Eman Hu Saung had guns and they
were shooting at the police. Policemen also shot back. I saw some Bengalis get
shot. Then we moved back and Saltar set landmines along our paths to stop the
police from following us.
How We Fled After The Attacks:
After attacking the Chut Pyin police outpost, at the evening of 26/27.8.2017, the villagers ran away
from villages as ARSA militants burned the houses and so we also fled from our village around 5:00
am on 28.8.2017. Our villagers from Ni Lin Baw and Auk Nan Yar village did the same.
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3) Atta Ura Man, 22, Ni Lin Baw Hamlet, Ah Htet Nan Yar Village, Rathedaung Township
How We Prepared To Attack:
Around 11:30 pm of 26.8.2017, while I was at home, about 20 armed Bengalis led
by Ahdu Lah came and ordered us to join the attacks. They said if we did not join,
they would kill all of our family members. I grabbed an iron rod and joined them..
We arrived at Chut Pyin village at 2:00 am, and there, we saw about 80 Bengalis
who were led by Saltar from Chut Pyin village and other unknown Mawlawis.
How We Attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost:
Around 3:00 am, on 27.8.2017, Saltar from Chut Pyin village snuck up to the police
outpost and attacked with 2 bombs. When policemen came out and chased him, we (about 80
Bengalis) ambushed them and attacked them. And, some who were already trained by ARSA,
attacked them with guns and improvised bombs. Policemen were also shooting. Some Bengalis got
shot. We moved back into Chut Pyin village and then that night we came back to Ni Lin Baw village.
How We Fled After The Attacks:
On the morning of 28.8.2017, all of our villagers fled from our village. On the way, we saw villagers
from Be Lar Mi, Auk Nan Yar, and Ah Htet Nan Yay villages who also fled like we did.

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4) Kay Fayad Ullah, 31, Be Lar Mi Hamlet, Pauk Pin Yin Village, Rathedaung Township
How We Prepared To Attack:
Around 11:45 pm on 26.8.2017, about 30 Bengalis led by Mawlawi Esuop and
Rawfis came to us and told us to come and fight together with them, or die. I,
and Sayed Amin (35), (F) Matslam, Eman Hu Saung (37), and Addulah Min (30),
(F) Sawlim, Aryu (40), (F) Matslam, Maw Go Ar Mauk (48), (F) Kasim, and Sayed
Dullah (20), (F) Eman Hu Saung. We all had swords or heavy sticks. We arrived
at Chut Pyin village, 1 mile away from our village, around 2:00 am on 27.8.2017.
We saw there were about 100 Bengalis from Chut Pyin lead by Saltar and
unknown Mawlawis, as well as Bengalis from Ni Lin Baw and Auk Nan Yar
villages led by Mawlawis from their villages.
How We Attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost:
Around 3:00 am, on 27.8.2017, Saltar from Chut Pyin village approached the police outpost and
attacked with 2 bombs. When policemen from the outpost chased after him, we (about 100 Bengalis)
ambushed, surrounded and attacked them shouting 'Allahu Akbar'. Then, some who already had
training from ARSA attacked them with guns and handmade bombs. Policemen also shot back. I saw
some Bengalis get shot. We moved back into Chut Pyin village, and then to Be Lar Mi village.
How We Trekked To The Naf River After The Attack:
On the morning of 28.8.2017, all of our villagers from Be Lar Mi village started to flee. We also heard
the villagers from Ni Lin Baw, Auk Nan Yar , Ah Htet Nan Yar and Chut Pyin did the same. On the
way, we saw these neighboring villagers.
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5) Hu Saung Ar Mauk, 65, Auk Nan Ya Village, Rathedaung Township


How We Prepared To Attack:
When I was at home on 26.8.2017, about 30 armed Bengalis lead by Nru Ma
Mauk from Chut Pyin Village came and ordered us to join them to attack the
policemen and police outposts, and if not, they said they would kill all of our family
members. Then I grabbed an iron stick and joined them. We were about 80
Bengalis. Mawlawis from Ni Lin Baw, Be Lar Mi, Chut Pyin and Auk Nan Yar
villages discussed how to attack the Chut Pyin police outpost.
How We Attacked Chut Pyin Police Outpost:
Around 3:00 am, on 27.8.2017, Saltar from Chut Pyin village approached the police outpost and
attacked it with 2 bombs. When policemen from the outpost chased after him, we (about 80 Bengalis)
ambushed and attacked them shouting 'Allahu Akbar'. Some, who already had training from ARSA,
attacked them with guns and handmade bombs. Policemen also shot back and some of us got shot.
We moved back into the Chut Pyin village and the following night we came back to Auk Nan Yar
village.
How We Left Our Villages After The Attacks:
On the morning of 28.8.2017, all our villagers fled from our village. As we fled we saw villagers from
Be Lar Mi, Auk Nan Yar, and Ah Htet Nan Yar villages who had also fled like us.

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CONCLUSION OF CHUT PYIN NON-MASSACRE
The prisoner interrogations certainly blow apart the made up stories of blatant massacre.

And, there is more to debunk with this attempt to shape opinion around the world, to paint the
Buddhists as despicable bloodthirsty killers, and to use the world’s gullibility to seize the land from the
definitive indigenous people - whom are NOT the Bengali Muslims.

1) Notice all of the threats of death from Bengalis to Bengalis in the interrogations. Among the
dozens of captured militants, in their translated interrogations we hear: “fight together with them,
or die.” “if we did not join, we would be killed in accordance with Islamic law.” “If we were
arrested, we should not to disclose any information about ARSA, and if we did, they would kill all
of our family members.” We all know (both sides of this issue know) that ARSA has killed many
Muslims who do not support ARSA’s ways - during the last couple of years, and as recently as
days ago.3 So, there is quite a high chance that after the attacks ARSA militants could have
returned to Chut Pyin and terrorized and killed, even chopped heads off (much more a Muslim
preference) those men and boys who didn’t participate, or ARSA could have killed their families.

2) Satellite photos are nice, but in the wrong


hands they can be a weapon, as in the case of
Human Rights Watch which grossly
misinterpreted (or, as I believe, intentionally
came to a false conclusion) satellite photos of
Kyaukpyu, Rakhine State, during the 2012
violence. 4 Example: let’s show this photo to 100
people, and ask, who burned the houses?
ARSA? Buddhists? Santa Claus?

3) No actual bodies, or mass graves have been


found. A few bodies said to be in fresh dug dirt -
but no photos - would much more likely be
some of the hundred of men and boys who
attacked to kill but fortunately were themselves killed. Muslim practice is to bury a person who
has died quickly - so if an attacker was killed at 4 am he might be buried by his comrades a few
hours later, in a shallow grave, which then can be photographed just before the busy men start to
burn the village and flee. I said fortunately, a moment ago, because, that will prevent him from
trying to kill again and again -as they hoped they could. Watch some of the ARSA videos 5 (from
captured terrorist’s mobile phones.)

4) Fortify Rights comes out with dazzling sensationalism: in the afternoon of Aug 27, “men and boys
were herded into a hut and burned alive, and children as young as 6 were beheaded in a killing
spree that ran five hours from 2 to 7 pm.” Wow, 5 hours, was everyone just patiently standing in
line? Come on, this kind of ghoulish sensationalism becomes very difficult to take seriously.
People might even forget that in the days and weeks after Aug 25, soldiers had to protect and
escort many many villagers that were trapped, injured, and frightened - and also fight ARSA.

3 I was in Buthidaung on Jan 19 when a Muslim leader was savagely killed by ARSA assassins.
4 https://www.scribd.com/document/141056891/KYAUK-PHYU-Truth-is-Not-Obvious

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5) One of the most puzzling things about the ‘witnesses and survivors’ is the fact that nobody took
any photos or videos of any type of abuse, killing, beating, or setting fires. A video of fire
burning at a distance says nothing about who started it. During the supposed “5 hour killing
spree” nobody could take any kind of video from a hiding place, or from a hill, or something?
That is quite damning and greatly deflates this case.

6) With nearly every Bengali man and boy participating in the opening jihad attacks, they should
realize that if you start a war you might lose. And. if you are trying to kill the armed forces and the
people that the armed forces needs to protect, then you can expect that the armed forces must
do their duty - and that is to protect the population from an enemy which is waging war and
terror upon it, and eliminate the threat to the point where it is not repeatable.

7) Why do the so-called Human Rights groups - HRW, FR, AI - pooh-pooh the huge attacks of
August 25, 2017? One of the biggest terrorists attacks in history - consider the number of targets,
30 Police and Army Outposts, and another 30 - 50 villages at virtually the same time, with an
estimated 4000-6000 assailants attacking with the declared intention of killing all of the non-
Muslims, in the name of Jihad - holy war for Allah.

8) HRW, FR, AI are always trying to make a point that the Buddhists are carrying out a systematic
plan to get rid of the Bengalis, when actually the Buddhists are again and again caught off-guard
when the Bengalis hatch yet another plan to annihilate the Buddhists again and again. The
prisoner interrogations show how the Aug 25 attacks were planned, practiced, trained for -
systematically - and tunnels and bunkers were dug, and bombs and landmines were made.

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A COUPLE OF OTHER ANNOYING ‘NON-MASSACRES’ TO EXPOSE
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International claim that on Aug 25, after ARSA militants attacked
the police outpost near Koe Tan Kauk, the Myanmar Military attacked the neighboring villages of
Chein Kar Li and Koe Tan Kauk, and ‘victims’ claimed abuse, etc.

Now, first, you need to know what HRW and AI are not telling you.
1) Koe Tan Kauk is the village where the leader of the Islamic terrorist
ARSA militants - the notorious Ata Ullah (one of many names that
he goes by) - stays when he sneaks in to Maungdaw!
2) And, it is the home of his brother and cousins!
3) And, it is one of the main ARSA training villages!
4) And, it is, effectively, the regional headquarters of the terrorist
militants and trainers of ARSA!
If HRW and AI don’t publish these points then they are trying to fool the
world and continually paint the Buddhists as the aggressors - and not Ata Ullah
acknowledge any history of the area. HRW, FR, and AI are very
definitely tools for the Islamists, whether it is knowingly or political
correctness gone extreme.

This info we can see in this excerpt from a captured ARSA - Ma Go La Mauk: (same as on page 2)

The training sessions were given in Koe Tha Kauk village. If we crossed the mountain, which takes a
day, we would arrive at Thin Baw Kway, Inn Din, and Tha Win Chaung villages. And then, we would
go by foot to Koe Tan Kauk village.The leader of ARSA lived, or stayed, in Koe Tan Kauk village. I
don’t know his true name. He is around 50 years old, brown, tough, round face, beard, and about 5 ft
9 inch tall. ARSA conducted training sessions, focused on fighting skills, shooting guns, and making
handmade bombs and mines. Villagers from Koe Tan Kauk village are the trainers of ARSA. I
attended the training sessions once a week, and they told us that if we failed to attend, they would kill
us. The training was from 9 pm to 12 am midnight. They used to say, in the trainings, that they were
going to establish an autonomous Islamic State. All of our villagers above 15 years old took the
trainings, and so did men up until 40 years old. Kay Fayed and Said Dullah also joined the training.
Rawfis put me in the ‘Attacking Group’. Members of ARSA used to come to our village and other
nearby villages, and they killed those who were opposed to them, or those suspected to be
government informants. They used to wear black suits and white headbands with Arabic words
printed on them. I don’t know because I don’t read, but some said the words on the headbands meant
“Bless me, Allah”. Some of the ARSA members wore black masks.

So, in Koe Tan Kauk, the regional headquarters of ARSA, the militants there would naturally be better
trained, have more advanced weaponry and know how to use it, be more brutal and more likely to be
willing to die in battle. There is video from a captured militant showing Ata Ullah training young men,
and telling them to be willing to become a shahid - a martyr for Islam. And, Ata Ullah knows well the
practice of using women and children as assets in the propaganda campaign - in other words, hide
behind them, lead the soldiers into situation where they inadvertently shoot civilians. It is one of the
hallmarks of Islamic terrorism.

Ata Ullah broadcasted, in March 2017, “if 1 million, 1.5 million, if all Rohingya need to die, we will die.”

The propaganda war is in their favor right now - and the worst proponents of it are HRW, FR, and AI.
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HRW and AI go to great lengths to condemn the ‘attacks’ on the two neighboring villages, yet
bizarrely will not even have any issue with the initial surprise attacks by hundreds of Bengali
terrorists, on perhaps just 5-10 policemen at the outpost, intending to kill them all, grab all their
weapons and ammo, and then have an orgy of killing in the defenseless Buddhist villages, shouting
Allah Akbar, and doing what they had been planning and training for - completely killing every non-
Muslim in the entire 3 Townships. And HRW, FR, and AI have no problem with that. Really.
Really disgusting.

Now, after the initial terrorist attacks, any country in the world has a duty to its own people to respond,
rescue and protect its citizens, and hunt down and eliminate the threat. And, since the Bengalis keep
trying to fulfill their bloody Islamic agenda - which gives them divine right to kill all infidels, apparently
the response has failed each time, and the only way to stop terror is to eliminate it entirely.

Certainly, the response that the army (any army) must make has to be made quickly (before more or
even bigger attacks come to them), and has to be decisive. And, in this case, the fighters populating
the two villages are going to put up quite a fight, and be quite challenging to subdue - but they must
be subdued - or that night, or the next day, these Islamic terrorists will be annihilating entire villages of
Buddhists or other non-Muslims. As it was, the terrorists very likely shot many bullets that hit their
own people, intentionally or not. They used the cover of the village, the pathways, the homes, and the
‘innocent’ villagers. I say ‘innocent’ because, if you live with the leadership and top members of a
major terrorist group, you really aren’t innocent, and if you don’t like the fact that they are in your
village then, since they have the guns, and you don’t - it would be wise for you to live somewhere
else.

One of the biggest hallmarks of Muslims is that they don’t accept any blame, and they also have no
shame. They can kill and kill and kill without any shame of killing, and they will not accept any blame
for killing.

Another point they lack is accepting consequences and responsibility. If they attack ruthlessly, and
there is a response of any degree, they will jump up and down, crying and yelling that they are the
victims of highly exaggerated claims, and grotesque mayhem.

They wail about the restrictions upon them - which are upon them for good reason!
There are other Bengalis in Myanmar for whom there are no restrictions.
They are the Bengali Hindus, who have integrated into the nation while retaining their religion and
language, they are liked and respected, and they have respect for others and their religions. And,
they respect the marriage laws of the nation - which are quite normal in non-Muslim countries - one
wife, no mandatory conversion. They also don’t burn villages and towns and they don’t kill people just
because they have a different religion.

by Rick Heizman, San Francisco, Feb 10, 2018


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