By Mohammed Rafique, The Rohingya Post

Myanmar Military abducted and killed two Rohingya teenagers in Buthidaung and also shot dead three Rohingya men in Minbya

On Monday, Myanmar Military (commonly known as Tatmadaw) killed three Rohingya at U Soe Tint Bridge, Minbya township, Rakhine State.

The deceased are identified as Noor Mohammed (40), Nurul Salam (50) and Madoilla (45).

The three Rohingya men from Let Ma village were travelling on a boat in U Soe Tint at around 10:00 PM local time.

According to the ground report, they were shot dead on the spot near the bridge by the military and their bodies were transferred to a mortuary.

The bodies of Noor Mohammed (40), Nurul Salam (50) and Madoilla (45) being loaded on a vehicle in Minbya

Rohingya teenagers abducted and killed

On the same of October 5, two Rohingya teenagers were killed in Pyin Shey, San Hnyin Wai village tract, Buthidaung town. There is a fight taking place between Myanmar Military and Arakan Army (AA) near the Rohingya village.

14 Rohingya villagers including farmers from Pyin Shey were abducted by Myanmar Military. Twelve of them have been released on Monday while two were still missing.

Two missing Rohingya identified as 12-year-old Enayatullah and 16-year-old Anwar Hussein were later found dead with bullet wounds nearby a dam on Tuesday’s morning.

The bullet wounds shown on the lower abdomen and left arm of 12-year-old Enayatullah (left and middle) and the dead body of 16-year-old Anwar Hussein (right)

30-year-old Rohingya man named Kala Futiya was severely injured in the fight requiring emergency treatment at Buthidaung Hospital.

Since the fight broke out between the Buddhist Rakhine armed group AA and the government forces, Rohingya civilians fall victims and often become the target of the military.

There are currently around 650,000 Rohingya civilians left in Rakhine State including at least 120,000 in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps across the state after more than 750,000 Rohingya were forced to flee into Bangladesh during Myanmar’s campaigns of genocide against Rohingya in August 2017.