- خبر من مصادر إنجليزية.
قامت السلطات في "بنجلاديش" بتعزيز حدودها مع "ميانمار" للحيلولة دون دخول عشرات المئات من المسلمين الفارين من المذابح التي يتعرضون لها على أيدي البوذيين؛ حيث قام البوذيون بقتل العشرات وحرق العديد من المنازل بولاية "راكين".
وقد أشارت "ديبو موني" وزيرة خارجية "بنجلاديش" أن بلادها لن تقوم بتوفير الحماية للاجئين "الروهنجا" المسلمين، بالرغم من المطالبات الدولية ومناشدة مفوضية حقوق الإنسان بالأمم المتحدة بالتعاون مع المسلمين؛ حيث قال: لدينا الآلاف من مسلمي "الروهنجا" الذين يشكلون عبئًا ولا نريد المزيد. المصدر: شبكة الألوكة.
يرجى الإشارة إلى المصدر عند نقل الخبر – شبكة الألوكة.
Hundreds of Muslims fleeing sectarian violence in Myanmar tried to enter Bangladesh on Wednesday, but many were turned away by the authorities.
Bangladesh has reinforced its border with Myanmar, amassing border guards and coast guards who were keeping watch on the River Naf, where rickety fishing boats were filled with Rohingyas, ethnic Muslims from Myanmar's Rakhine State.
Bangladeshi Foreign Minister Dipu Moni on Wednesday said her country was not willing to give shelter to Rohingya refugees, despite international calls for opening the border to people fleeing the clashes between Muslims and Buddhists in western Myanmar.
"We're already burdened with thousands of Rohingya refugees staying in Bangladesh and we don't want anymore," she said.
he Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees and human rights groups have urged Dhaka to open the border.
The police and witnesses said dozens of fishing boats carrying mostly women and children were crossing the Naf. They said many people were severely injured and many had not eaten for days while drifting on the river waiting for opportunities to try to get into Bangladesh.
Maj. Shafiqur Rahman, a deputy commanding officer of the Bangladesh Border Guard in Teknaf, said his guards detained at least 110 people from Myanmar on Wednesday.
During the latest unrest in Rakhine, which began last week, more than 21 people have been killed, according to Myanmar state media.
The government has imposed a state of emergency in the embattled areas to try to bring the situation under control.
The unrest began after the police in Rakhine detained three Muslim men in relation to the rape and killing of a Buddhist woman late last month. That was followed by an attack on a bus in early June in which 10 Muslim people were killed.
The U.S.-based Human Rights Watch has urged the Myanmar authorities to take all necessary steps to protect communities at risk in Rakhine.
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