Amnesty International finally recognises the atrocities on Hindus by Rohingya terrorists in Rakhine province of Myanmar

Amnesty International has finally confirmed that Hindus were tortured and executed by Rohingya Muslim terrorists in Rakhine province of Myanmar. An investigation by the Amnesty has revealed that armed Rohingya militants had carried out a couple of massacre against Hindus in 2017, killing around 100 Hindus including women and children.

The report gives details of the massacre in Kha Maung Seik in August 2017, killing Hindus, executing style, sparing those who agreed to ‘convert’ to Islam. The report also states other killings and violent attacks against the other ethnic and minority communities by the Rohingya terrorists.

“Armed men dressed in black and local Rohingya villagers in plain clothes rounded up dozens of Hindu women, men and children. They robbed, bound, and blindfolded them before marching them to the outskirts of the village, where they separated the men from the women and young children,” Amnesty explains. “A few hours later, the ARSA fighters killed 53 of the Hindus, execution-style, starting with the men.”

The report says, “Eight Hindu women and eight of their children were abducted and spared after ARSA fighters forced the women to agree to “convert” to Islam. The survivors were forced to flee with the fighters to Bangladesh several days later, before being repatriated to Myanmar in October 2017 with the support of the Bangladeshi and Myanmar authorities”.

Amnesty says the victims included nearly two dozen children, 14 of whom were under the age of 8 years old. All told, 45 bodies have been excavated, and dozens of other people who disappeared from a neighboring village “are presumed to have been killed by the same perpetrators.”