The Rohingya Muslims started the conflict by attacking the Buddhists of Myanmar. They murdered 71 police officers in a jihad attacl. See this Geller Report article by Dr. Andrew Bostom. They have been involved in massacres of Hindus. Hindu families have fled Myanmar after Rohingyas massacred 86 Hindus. The jihadis dumped their victims in mass graves. The Indian government says that the Rohingyas are a security threat. And so it’s perfectly understandable, correct and courageous for the Myanmar government to reject this UN report. This is the same UN, remember, that fanatically and repeatedly condemns Israel while turning a blind eye to genuine human rights violators.
“Myanmar rejects UN report into Rohingya genocide as ‘false allegations,'” SBS News, August 29, 2018 (thanks to Tom):
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The Myanmar government says a UN report into the plight of the displaced Rohingya Muslims as being filled with ‘false allegations’.
A Myanmar government spokesman has rejected a report by United Nations investigators that called for top generals to be prosecuted for genocide, saying the international community was making “false allegations”.
His comments came a day after the UN report, which marked the first time the organisation has explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over a brutal crackdown on Rohingya Muslims last year.
“Our stance is clear and I want to say sharply that we don’t accept any resolutions conducted by the Human Rights Council,” Zaw Htay, the main government spokesman, said in an interview published in state media.
Myanmar did not allow UN investigators to enter the country, he said. “That’s why we don’t agree and accept any resolutions made by the Human Rights Council.”
He added that the country has “zero tolerance to any human rights violation” and had set up a Commission of Enquiry to respond to “false allegations” made by the UN and “other international communities”.
Authorities earlier this year set up a panel comprised of two local and two international members – Filipino diplomat Rosario Manalo and Kenzo Oshima, Japan’s former ambassador to the UN – to investigate human rights abuses.
Myanmar has denied most of the allegations, saying the military responded to a legitimate threat from Rohingya militants, who attacked police posts across the western Rakhine state….
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