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More than 600 Rohingya Muslim immigrants arrested in a raid by authorities idolatrous Thailand

Monday, 2 Rabiul Awwal 1434 AH / January 14, 2013

More than 600 Rohingya Muslim immigrants arrested in a raid by authorities idolatrous Thailand
Hanin MazayaSenin, January 14, 2013 07:39:25
Sadao ( - More than 600 immigrants were believed to be Rohingyas from Myanmar have been arrested by authorities polytheists Thailand after two attacks launched near the border with Malaysia on Friday (11/01/2013).

More than 300 Muslim Rohingya discovered on Tuesday last week at a building in the town of Sadao, while the second attack occurred a few days later in a rubber plantation near the border town where the Great Sword found more than 393 more, including 14 children and 8 women.

"The illegal immigrants had been handed over to the immigration authorities and will be deported back to Myanmar," said Police Colonel Krissakorn Paleetunyawong told Reuters.

An estimated 800,000 Rohingya living in Myanmar without having citizenship identity even though they have been down-dropped live there. Government of Myanmar idolaters declined to citizenship for them, claiming that they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

Hundreds of people have fled the country by boat, mainly to Malaysia to look for a better life after sectarian violence they experienced.

Last week, the government of Thailand found 73 people in the boat near the island of Phuket.

They, asylum seekers, who arrived with rickety and overcrowded boats, was sent back to the open sea using fishing boats, says human rights group based in New York, Human Rights Watch said.

Human rights groups called on the Thai government to cancel its policy of arbitrary deport Rohingya who landed in Thailand. In 2008, the military pushed back 992 Rohingya into the open sea without food and water and hundreds of people may have died, activists said.

Thailand and Singapore have refused to grant asylum to a Muslim minority from Myanmar, while Bangladesh has closed their borders. (Haninmazaya /