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Name – Anna Mu Har Kane

Another name – Nil

Age / Date of birth – 29 / 1988

Place of birth – center Nga Khu Ya village, Maungdaw

NRC – 11 / Ma Ta Na ( Ya ) 190518

Race / religion – Bengali / Islam

Occupation – general worker

Education – grade 10

Address – Nga Khu Ya village, Maungdaw

Parents name / occupation / address – ( F ) Shar Ar Laung, ( M ) Ja Ma Li Dar Bay Gon, teaching
Arabic language, center Nga Khu Ya village, Maungdaw township

Wife’s name / occupation / address – Nil

Children name – Nil

Siblings name / occupation / address –

1. Ma Zaw Mi Ra – age – 22, Lower Phyoo Ma village

2. Ma Maw Ni Ra – age 20 , single , center Nga Khu Ya village

3. Ma Isma – age – 18 , center Nga Khu Ya village

Place of investigation – Maungdaw police station

Date of investigation – 14.10.2016

Subject of investigation – Suspected person as terrorist

Investigation force – Military security force ( west military base )

BRIEF HISTORY:
I was born in 1988, in center Nga Khu Ya village. My father is Shar Ar Laung, he died already, and my
mother is Ja Ma Li Dar Bay Gon. I am the oldest of 4 siblings. When I was young I sent to
kindergarten through high school grade 10 in Nga Khu Ya High School, from 1994 to 2006. After
finishing school I helped my father, who had a grocery shop in Nga Khu Ya market. But, my father
was not healthy, and July 18, 2012 my father passed away. From that time I worked at my father’s
shop in the market.

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Preparing To Attack:
On October 2, 2016 at 6 PM, seven days before the attacks [of October 9, 2016] there was a big
meeting at the house of Jin Nar Khan in center Nga Khu Ya village, with 7 Bengali Muslim militants
from Bangladesh who had arrived there, and about 200 Bengalis representing many Bengali Muslim
villages. They separated into 3 groups.

• Group #1 - led by Jin Nar Khan, ( F ) Foray Du, age 40, 5’5”, fat body, long face, fleshy skin, beard

• Group #2 - led by Annawa, (F) U Ye Shu, age 43, 5’4”

• Group #3 - led by Ceya Zaw Din, age 46, 5’5”, fat body, round face, fleshy skin

At that time I was in the 2nd group, and we had 21 guns, which were packed in a white bag hidden
in Jin Nar Khan’s house. One of the men from Bangladesh went up the stairs and then brought the
bag downstairs to the meeting. Jin Nar Khan shared those guns with the 3 groups, especially to the
older Bengalis. Each person who received a gun also got 10 bullets to use. Jin Nar Khan said to the
groups, “Do as I say. If there is any money that you have to spend then I will pay. You don’t need to
pay for anything related to our mission.” Then Jin Nar Khan offered tea and cakes to all the Bengalis
at the meeting. Then Jin Nar Khan told the Bengalis, “I have a very good relationship with a Burmese
police officer named Kyaw Tay Za.” [Meaning that the police officer was in the pocket of the
Bengalis] At the time officer Kyaw Tay Za was not there at the meeting, he was in the town of Taung
Pho Let Wai.

Training To Attack, Smuggled Guns From Bangladesh:


From August 8, 2016 until the end of September, there was militant training courses at the home of
Mu Nar, ( F ) Di Mar Mat, in south Nga Khu Ya village. Each day there would be 10-15 young Bengali
men attending the 2 hour courses of karate, techniques of fighting with knives, swords, heavy sticks,
and gun training.

5 leaders - Mu Nar, Kay Fike Tular, Du Gojar, Mawlawi Akis, and Mawlawi Adu Ra Man - these five
Bengalis each had a pistol. They always carried their pistols when they were in the Muslim villages,
and intimidated young men to listen to them. The young men were afraid to disagree or oppose
them. Sometimes they would shoot the guns, so the villagers feared them and obeyed them.

During the attack on the Nga Khu Ya Border Guard Police Station the leaders were those same five
Bengalis - Mu Nar, Kay Fike Tular, Du Gojar, Mawlawi Akis, and Mawlawi Adu Ra Man - who led 100
Bengalis from U Shay Kya village and Nga Khu Ya village. One of those men - Kay Fike Tular, from
center Nga Khu Ya village - received 20 guns during the 2nd week of August 2016, from a
Bangladesh-based terrorist group [probably RSO] and he hid them in his house, along with 1000
bullets. At the time of the attack he shared these bullets with others who had similar guns.

The Attack on the #5 Nga Khu Ya Border Guard Police Base:


Jin Nar Khan’s group #1 quietly dismantled the barbed wire fence and entered the base from the
front and attacked.

Group #2 entered the base from the side where the high school and the football field is and
attacked.

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[The following paragraph was updated by the prisoner 4 days later, when confronted with other
prisoner statements] But, I and two of Jin Nar Khan’s sons - Faw Stan and Faw Tin Khan - watched
the situation unfold from the football field - Jin Nar Khan had told us to stay there and watch. We
had no weapons with us.

About 3:30 AM we heard loud gunshots and yelling coming from the BGP station. Soon Jin Nar
Khan and the other attackers came out of the base, near the high school, then we all ran back to our
village. But, some Bengalis ran another way, to Auk Pyu Ma village. Many Bengalis ran in many
different directions in the darkness. I didn’t know where group #2 ran to. At about 4:15 AM I arrived
back at my home, and slept. Then, about 10 AM some soldiers and border guard police suddenly
came to our village, and arrested me in my house.

On October 18, 2016, 4 Days After He Gave the Above Statement, He Admitted Much
More When Confronted With Other Prisoner Statements:
During the attack, me and Har Shein, age 27, and Kalar Futoo, entered a small building in the police
outpost and we killed Second Officer Thein Kyaw Htike with our knives, and then we killed Officer
Zaw Naing Tun and his wife Ma Aye Chan Soe - we killed those 3 people.

The five leaders - Mu Nar, Kay Fike Tular, Du Gojar, Mawlawi Akis, and Mawlawi Adu Ra Man - were
going to Bangladesh about twice a month. They said, ‘for medical reasons’ but actually they were
going to meet and plan with Bangladesh-based terrorist groups [again, probably RSO]. When they
came back from Bangladesh they would go to U Shay Kya village, and other villages in the nearby
mountain range, and they would recruit young Bengali Muslim men, and train them in karate,
techniques of fighting with knives, swords, heavy sticks, and gun training.

They would tell the recruits, “According to our Islamic faith if you die in battle you will go directly to
heaven, that’s why you are obligated to attack and to obey our Islamic commands. If you don’t
participate in the attacks, when you die you will go to hell.” That is what they said again and again to
the young recruits. They also said, “We will attack the Nga Khu Ya Border Guard Police Station soon,
but we can’t tell you which date yet. Just remember - do as I say.”

I knew that those 5 leaders they would select 5 young Bengalis in each village - U Shay Kya village,
Nga Khu Ya village, Auk Pyu Ma village, Ahtet Pyu Ma village, Kapa Gaung village, and from Toe Din
village - to recruit the other young Bengali men in each village. Especially at nighttime, they would
gather with young men and talk to them and recruit them. Those 5 main leaders, and the 5 young
militants in each village would also murder Bengalis suspected of being informers, or disagreeing
with their plan. They had access to money when money was needed to buy loyalty or pay bribes, or
silence informers.

Bengali Muslims, whom I know, who attacked Nga Khu Ya Border Guard Police Post:
1. Jin Nar Khan – center Nga Khu Ya village, Maungdaw township

2. Khin Maung Htun or Ceya Zaw Tin – center Nga Khu Ya village, Maungdaw township

3. Annawa – Center Nga Khu ya village, Maungdaw township

4. Abu, ( F ) Khin Maung Htun – center Nga Khu Ya village

5. Ashay, ( F ) Khin Maung Htun – center Nga Khu Ya village

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6. Zar Tet, ( F ) Har Lar Bu Tu Nar – center Nga Khu Ya village

7. Faw Stan, ( F ) Jin Nar Khan – center Nga Khu Ya village

8. Faw Tin Khan, ( F ) Jin Nar Khan – center Nga Khu Ya village

9. Ka Bi Baw Chu ( Mawlawi ) – center Nga Khu Ya village

10. Nar Te Hu Saung ( Mawlawi ) – center Nga Khu Ya village

11. Kaur Ra – south Nga Khu Ya village

12. Maung Maung Soe or Shu Nar Myar, ( F ) Adu Maw Zi , south Nga Khu Ya village

13. E Dri, ( F ) Sway Ta Laung – south Nga Khu Ya village

14. Ar Ze Rann – south Nga Khu ya village

15. Zaw Ki Ar Mat, ( F ) Kala Myar – north Nga Khu Ya village

16. Baw Shi Ar Mat, ( F ) Kala Myar – north Nga Khu Ya village

17. Jaw Mi – north Nga Khu Ya village

18. Ar Bu Su Mi Ran – North Nga Khu Ya village

19. No Bi Hu Saung – North Nga Khu Ya village

20. Mar Mat Tar Li, ( F ) No Baw Shaw – North Nga Khu Ya village

21. Maw Tar Hu Saung or Min Naing Soe, ( F ) Naw Bi Hu Saung – North Nga Khu Ya village

22. Ar Zik, ( F ) Haw Bi Ra Mat – north Nga Khu Ya village

23. Sway Tar Lann, ( F ) Sway Tar Laung – north Nga Khu Ya village

24. E Su Ar Li, ( F ) Mar Mat Raw fee – center Nga Khu Ya village

25. Mu Tar Hu Sat, ( F ) Naw Fee Hu Sat – center Nga Khu ya village

26. Nga So Chat, ( F ) E Li Yan – center Nga Khu ya village

27. Har Lar Gu Ni Yar, ( F ) Abu Zu Mi Ran – center Nga Khu Ya village

28. Bar Ru ( F ), Zun Dar Ra Har Kane – center Nga Khu Ya village

29. Kat Fa Du Lar, ( F ) Bar Shan – center Nga Khu Ya village

30. Adu Ra Man ( Mawlawi ) – south Nga Khu Ya village

31. Khar Di Baw Shu ( Mawlawi ) – south Nga Khu Ya village

32. Nar Di Yu Sat - center Nga Khu Ya village

33. Har Zak, ( F ) Gaw Bi Ra man – center Nga Khu Ya village

34. Zaw Ra – south Nga Khu Ya village

35. Mu Nar, ( F ) Di Mar Mat – south Nga Khu Ya village

36. E Fu Dar – north Nga Khu Ya village

37. Bar Sar Myar – north Nga Khu Ya village

38. Maung Too – north nga Khu Ya village

39. Bay Say Li – north Nga Khu Ya village

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