Pakistan is supporting Rohingya militants that spreading jihad in Bangladesh

Pakistan is supporting Rohingya militants that spreading jihad in Bangladesh.

Pakistan’s notorious ISI is supporting Rohingya militants in Myanmar. At the same time, the Pak intelligence agency is spreading the poison of jihad in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.

It is learned that Pakistan’s ISI is supporting the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), a militant group in Myanmar. The Arsa terrorist group has long been linked to terrorist groups such as Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. 

However, the military operation in Myanmar began in August 2016 after Arsa attacked the security forces. Due to which later, more than seven and a half lakh Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh and took shelter. Earlier, four lakh Rohingyas came to Bangladesh. The total number of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh is 11 lakh. 

In May 2016, Amnesty International highlighted the horrific persecution of armed Rohingya terrorists by Hindus and other minorities in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. Meanwhile, an investigation report released by the human rights organization provides evidence, including statements and images from residents.

There is no doubt that the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army or Arsa is carrying out horrific attacks on the Hindu minority and other ethnic groups. Arsar is accused of killing about a hundred Hindus. Among them were many children and women. 

Arsa has once again caught the attention of the western media. According to a recent report by Deutsche Welle in Germany, Arsa has been trying to create extremist attitudes among Rohingyas in the Cox’s Bazar refugee camp in Bangladesh for some time. There are also allegations of robbery in numerous villages against this group. 

In October 2019, Myanmar complained that Arsa was preventing Rohingyas from returning home from refugee camps. Another critical piece of information about Arsa is that the group leader Ataullah Abu Ammar Junjuni was born in Karachi, Pakistan. Later his family moved to Rakhine. 

At the same time, the International Crisis Group (ICG) in Brussels released a report. Arsa is led by a Rohingya group living in Saudi Arabia, and its members specialize in modern guerrilla warfare.


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