Rohingya “Lifeline” radio - Thursday, December 10, 2020
MC & News: Sami Ahmed & Mohammed Hussain
ROH Lifeline 12102020 1130 UTC
Today: Thursday, December 10, 2020
7:30 a.m. (Washington, D.C., USA)
Duration: 7 minutes
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Report: VOA News
Reporter: Mohammed Idris Abdullah (Cox’s Bazar)
Related item code: 9-P
Duration: 7:33 minutes
Topic: The Rohingyas Are Concerned about Delay in Justices About the Gambia Filed a Lawsuit Against Myanmar
Translation Summary: .
Mohammed Ilias, Secretary of a camp base Rohingya organization Arakan Rohingya National Union (ARNU) said that the Rohingya have been suffering for many decades, but they were very happy after hearing about the Gambia filed a lawsuit against Myanmar in the International Court of Justice for the atrocities against the Rohingya. So, they have been waiting for a fruitful sustainable solution said Iias. Ilias also says, it has been a year that the ICJ held a public hearing for three days, 10-12 December 2019 on the Gambia submitted request for the indication of provisional measures of protection request but no solution get yet. And the Myanmar government is continuously doing genocidal act on the ethnic minority Rakhine, Shan as well as Rohingya in Myanmar. Ilias said peace comes from justices and then justices come from rights that’s why the international community should put pressure on Myanmar to ensure it for them otherwise the Rohingya generation will be lost day by day.
Mohammed Junaid lives with his parent at camp1W and Mohammed Mustak lives with his family at C1E of the Kutupalong migrant camp. Both Junaid and Ahmaed said that the Rohingya were very much pleased after hearing about the Gambia filed a lawsuit against Myanmar in the International Court of Justice for the atrocities against the Rohingya hoping to get opportunity of justices and repatriation to their ancestral motherland land. Despite, it has been a year that the public hearing was held, and the International Court of Justice issued its decision relating to the request for provisional measures in the case brought by The Gambia against Myanmar, relating to the Genocide Convention and the Rohingya they government of Myanmar did not stop any kind of genocidal action on the ethnic minority Rakhine Shan as well Rohingya in Arakan, they said. Also, the Rohingya that took temporary shelter like them in Bangladesh are continuing to remain in the Rohingya migrant camps of Bangladesh, where they are vulnerable to human trafficking and other forms of violence said Junaid and Ahammed.
Mogbul Ahammed said that he is a Rohingya tailor who lives in camp#03 with his family. Mogbul said that the Rohinya are very sad for delaying to justice get under the jurisdiction of international court of justice (ICJ) in The Hague. Finally, Junaid and Mogbul said that if the responsible of the ICJ and international community be responsible then the crisis of the Rohingya can be solving in the easiest way that’s why they want to request to responsible persons of that issue, supreme powerful countries and the international community to be considered the Rohingya issue with sympathy and humanitarianly.
Reporter: Mohammed Rukon Uddin (Cox’s Bazar)
Related item code: 9-P
Duration: 7:00 minutes
Topic: A better place to live: Interview with a Rohingya youth who was recently relocated to Bhashanchar shared his journey and current life of Bhashanchar camp.
Translation Summary: A Rouingy