India has been under pressure since the start of the Rohingya crisis. The country was asked to host the Muslim “refugees” fleeing Myanmar but recently the debate about whether to accept them or not has exploded.
Between the 24th and 25th of August, around 300 Rohingyas have attacked the Hindus in the Rakhine region of Myanmar, kidnapping around 100 people. 45 bodies, including those of women and children, have been found in two different mass graves. The victims used to be inhabitants of the Yebawkya village and were brutally killed during the Rohingya assault. 92 out of 100 Hindus kidnapped were allegedly killed while 8 women were forced to convert to Islam and kidnapped to Bangladesh.
The finding of these mass graves started the hashtag #RohingyaTerrorExposed, where many Indian media outlets have been spreading the news about yet another Rohingya Muslim terror attack, accusing the pro-Rohingya supporters of backing terrorism.
India has been the victim of Islamist terrorism for years and even fought a civil war that resulted in the creation of Pakistan. The public in India are obviously not very enthusiast of the idea of welcoming Rohingya Muslims in their country and this latest proof of their violent crimes has strengthened the anti-Rohingya faction.
Tens of people are still missing in the Rakhine region; probably already dead or enslaved by the Muslim terrorists. The Myanmar Army is still looking for survivors from the Yebawkya attack but after the mass graves findings, it is very likely that more mass graves will be found.
We have seen the pro-Rohingya depicting them as victims, hapless and peaceful people, but the Hindus as well as the Buddhist know their nature very well and have been fighting the Islamist menace for centuries.
At the same time the BJP leader, Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, has filed a petition to deport the illegal Rohingyas from India as they pose “security threat to the country”. There are around 40,000 Rohingya spread around the Indian border. The supreme court’s hearing will be the 3rd of October.