Not much to update re: the Rohingya refugee camp in Aceh Timur. Local media and other sources report that ACT will still purchase land for rice fields to feed the refugees, but no details have been ironed out yet, and no purchase has happened. The head of the military base at Aceh Utara, however, has stated publicly that he supported this and has promised that a officer from the base will work with ACT if the plan moves forward.
As Junaidi from JMD said, “We will watch and see this from afar.”
And as life in the camp continues, so does the discovery of more Rohingya victims of trafficking:
Malaysia buries another 24 human trafficking victims
06 July 2015
Total number of suspected Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants given Muslim burials reaches 99 after 106 bodies found near Thai border
And lest we forget:
Horrible Rohingya Muslims massacre by Buddhists supported by Burmese government
BURMANIZATION & ROHINGYA GENOCIDE (Amnesty International)
It’s actually hard to find any new reports this month. Certainly nothing on Myanmar or its reaction to "threats" of sanctions.
See? The world is already forgetting the Rohingya . . . again . . . .