The Muslim hypocrisy over Rohingya

The Islamic groups protesting Myanmar’s Rohingya killings are shamefully silent over the persecution of minorities in their own countries.

“…The track record of Muslim-majority countries over their treatment of religious and sectarian minorities is abysmal. On Sunday, September 10, three Hazara Shiites were killed in Pakistan’s northwestern city of Quetta. The minority group has been systematically targeted by Islamists for many years, and the government has never paid heed to their plight.

The discrimination against Hindus, Christians and Ahmadis on the state level has persisted for decades. The Islamic country’s blasphemy laws have forced religious minorities to live under constant fear for their lives. The Christian neighborhoods have been torched by the majority Muslims, and members of the Hindu community could be lynched for “insulting” Islam or its prophet, Muhammad.”

Myanmar is protecting it’s citizens by quelling a Muslim settler uprising and removing the insurgency’s support base. Their actions are prudent and prescient. Europe will be forced to undertake similar action in the future or be consumed.

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  • ismiselemeas

    But it’s not persecution, it’s retribution. Decades of islamic insurgency, invasion, rape, pillaging, kidnapping, forced conversions and ethnic cleansing in Arakan State have lead to this, not Buddhist fascism.

    • Alain

      I would not even label it retribution, since they are attempting to remove alien Muslim invaders from their country. May the succeed.

      • xavier

        An invasion that goes way back to the 19th century. Something the Brits underestimated until too late

  • vwVwwVwv

    don’t fear their rage, hold the ammo dry and the gun clean.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    “Physical Removal” and what it really means.
    https://youtu.be/ZJ5zOEkD2Lg

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    I certainly won’t dump on any country that’s ridding itself of muzzies.

  • Hard Little Machine

    To me the funny part is the leader of Myanmar was for years called the Gandhi of her country, persecuted and held under house arrest for her views on liberal democracy. She was given the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize. She was interviewed by every world media outlet for her wise and peaceful views. And now, when she’s finally in charge of her country, she has yet to make a public comment about this and now the left is turning against her.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      The left only thinks your great, when your kissing their ass.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    In Burma, Buddhism and nationalism go hand in hand. That is why Muslim violent behavior is regarded as a national threat and is dealt with accordingly. No criminal justice b.s. here.