It was learned several months ago that Buddhist doctors & nurses in hospitals and clinics in the south-western town of Sittwe, Burma, were killing new born Rohingya Muslim babies as instructed by terrorist chief, monk Wirathu, which he saw as another method of rapidly decreasing Muslim population in Burma. It's no longer safe for pregnant Rohingya Muslim women to go to hospitals in that country. Several have died after forcibly being given lethal injections in hospitals. For the tragic story of one such woman out of several more, read this story and please share.
Yet another pregnant woman was killed by Rakhine racist nurses and doctors. As no one questioned those ruthless murderers, they are killing one after one Rohingya woman in Hospitals of Arakan, to decrease the population of Rohingya Muslims. Hasina Begum (28) was two months pregnant and a mother of one. She was admitted in Sittwe general hospital for treatment of some abdominal disease. One day before her death her husband was informed that she had improved a lot and soon will go to home in one of the IDP camps. Instead, next day her husband received a call from the hospital that his wife is dead and no reason was told. According to Hasina's sister who was staying with her as a caretaker, Hasina was given some kind of green injection even after refusal from the caretaker. Soon after that Hasina started struggling and died.
Later nurses abused the caretaker and beat her by saying, "Do you still want to claim yourself as Rohingya? Do you still think Rohingya exists in Arakan? Next time go to Rohingya hospitals, here no one will ever hear you".
The problem is, all INGOs were kicked out of Arakan before two weeks by the extremist Rakhine Buddhists and 969 mobs where Burmese government kept watching as the fatal violence unfold against Rohingya. Burmese governemnt started buying time from the International Human rights organizations and they vowed to bring back the INGOs and protect them by any means and That seems like just another gameplay of Burma to silent the world.
Source: Rohingya Community Facebook