Rohingya humanitarian mission returned safely Prince Club
Posted on October 21, 2012 by Akashma Online News
by MOHAMED HIEKAL
Translated by Google
Hundreds from the Rohingya refugee community turned up to support a humanitarian mission by the Putera 1Malaysia Club to help their ethnic group. They were led by chairman of the Union of World Rohingya Organisation, Rashed Osman.
Club volunteers entourage Putra 1 Malaysia (KP1M) safely returned home Thursday night after performing humanitarian mission to help the Rohingya in the restive region around Sittwe in Myanmar.
They arrive at LCCT, Sepang from Yangon 11 night from the mission where they have helped many discordant addictive than 580 tons of the people of Malaysia.
While there they visited eight camps and two villages.
Speaking to journalists on arrival KP1M president Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim grateful mission went smoothly with the result of close kerjasaam given by the Government of Myanmar.
“We have about 56 volunteers who go in groups until the earliest and the last group, all have returned safely at night,” he said.
Azeez said obviously Rohingya people in Myanmar are in need of help and they are very grateful to the contributions from the people of Malaysia.
He said there also trigger mood awareness and gratitude among the volunteers how they can live in peace with Malaysia.-11/10/2012 – BY MOHAMED HIEKAL
Sad and melancholy in the Rohingya refugee camps
Eyes heavy … heavier shoulder memikul.Suasananya was wistful and sad when Putra 1Malaysia Club humanitarian mission (KP1M) arrived in the Rohingya refugee camps not far from the city of Sittwe pm Monday.
Face reflected in the hundreds of thanksgiving Muslim Rohingya refugees in camps and camp Thekebyin Dhu Baw Baw Village Pa and Pha Dhu when 100 tons of food aid delivered.
They immediately swarmed the aid delegation led by President KP1M, Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim.
MV Wan Shwe Thu carry 500 tons of food and needs brought from Malaysia docked at the Port of Sittwe 1 pm Myanmar time.
Most interesting Rakhine Chief Minister U Hla Maung current team participated in the camp presented Thekebyin assistance.
This is recognition of the efforts KP1M mission.
Azeez rate this as a sign of closer ties between Malaysia and Myanmar.
Earlier in the morning, in close consultation was held by the authorities Rakhine Azeez affair deliver aid.
At Tuesday’s mission will continue to channel aid to the refugee camps, including those occupied by Buddhists. – 10.08.2012 – BY MOHAMED MOHD Hilmi HIEKAL JOHNSON
Latest pictures of Prince Club mission Rohingya in Myanmar
So far it seems all went well in managing humanitarian missions Prince Club 1 Malaysia (KP1M) to help the suffering of the Rohingya community in Myanmar.
The main mission of the delegation headed by Datuk Azeez Abdul Rahim, who arrived in Yangon Saturday night on Sunday afternoon departure to the city of Sittwe local commercial boarding kilomiter 495 distance across the restive province.
Journalist Mohamed Hiekal Agendadaily accompanied by photographer Hilmi Mohd Jaafar reports the arrival Azeez and his entourage were greeted by the Chief Minister of Rakhine, Hla Maung Tin at the airport itself.
Their entourage were joined by Myanmar Border Affairs Minister, Major General Zaw Winn and Malaysia’s ambassador to Myanmar, Dr Ahmad Faisal Muhamad.
Having to hotel accommodation, caravans accompanied by Azeez, Chief Minister of Rakhine and Myanmar border affairs minister, Ambassador of Malaysia, Malaysia Buddhist Monk Chief Datuk K. Sri Dhammarathana from Malaysia and eight media representatives from Malaysia go to Temple Lawka Nandar.
In the largest temple in Sittwe district they have an audience with the Buddhist monks Sittwe district, Badanda Pentita.
The purpose of this meeting is to inform about the purpose of humanitarian aid missions Prince 1Malaysia Club.
Chief Buddhist Monk Malaysia told me that Malaysia is a multiracial country rife and living in a harmony in the spirit of unity.
Representative of this group is also visited this temple afterwards. The temples are grateful for the presence of this mission.
Tomorrow, Monday, the mission will begin work attributable bantuan.Mengikut assistance plan will be distributed to the two Muslim Rohingya refugee camp and two refugee camps inhabited by those who are Buddhists.
Relatively slow internet connection while limited communication links in Sittwe.
The atmosphere around town was calm.
Yet Myanmar army looks roadblocks in some areas.
The curfew was imposed from 6 pm to 7 am. – 07.10.2012 – BY MOHAMED HIEKAL
Myanmar’s military will Rohingya humanitarian mission accompanied Prince Club
Myanmar troops will accompany the Rohingya Humanitarian Aid Prince Club Malaysia (KP1M) to ensure the safety of this group while in the camps later.
Journalist Mohamed Hiekal Agenda daily who arrived in Yangon Saturday night with the main group of 31 people led KPIM Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim told they will leave the largest city that is Sittwe in Arakan Rohingya area this afternoon (Sunday).
Joining him is photographer Agenda daily Hiekal Hilmi Mohd Jaafar.
Entourage will board a local flight service.
Before the arrival of the airport in Yangon from Kuala Lumpur with Air Asia’s aircraft did not face any problems.
The local media came to cover the delegation arrived and interviewed Azeez.
Immigration process went smoothly and the airport has provided special access to members of the mission.
Seurus arrived all they brought to the bus bus to the Malaysian Embassy in Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road.
There, they were greeted by the Ambassador of Malaysia, Dr Faizal Mohammed. The members of the media specifically briefed on the situation when going to work in the refugee camps in the future. Azeez also give a little speech afterwards.
The first group of 14 members respectively mission who arrived in Yangon earlier departed for Sittwe today (Saturday).
They led by Mohd Farid Hassan.
Most likely report on activities during the mission in Arakan sent quite complicated because internet access was slow and telecommunications systems terhad.-6/10/2012 – BY MOHAMED HIEKAL
Prince Team 1Malaysia Club humanitarian aid left for Myanmar
Humanitarian mission team Myanmar Prince 1Malaysia Club (KP1M) headed by Club president Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim left the country Saturday.
The team, which included 35 other consist of volunteers from different races and religions as well as media personnel depart from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in Sepang about 5pm.
According to Abdul Azeez, Burma is the 27th country visited KP1M in humanitarian aid missions and it is considered one of the countries that are difficult to access.
However, they finally got permission assisted in after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on the close relationship between the two countries, he told reporters before departing.
The group released Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam.
About 500 metric tons of food aid, medical and other relevant materials brought into the country using 40 containers by ships.
Azeez said KP1M humanitarian mission to Syria next is expected on 19 October
Humanitarian mission also includes singer Datuk Irwan Shah Abdullah or DJ Dave representing Artists Foundation 1Malaysia first time the mission help out negara.-6/10/2012