Arakan resistance assist Rohingya in their common quest for int’l accountability

By Maung Zarni | Published by Anadolu Agency on September 9, 2020 Arakan Army/ULA emerging as an unseemly ally and collaborator of Rohingya victims seeking justice and a peaceful homeland LONDON — It is really welcome news for the Rohingya campaigning for justice and accountability that the International Criminal Court (ICC) has reportedly brought to The Hague two Myanmar army deserters who could provide first-person accounts as perpetrators in the genocidal killings of Rohingya families, including women and babies. The two are named as Myo Min Tun and Tun Naing Win, respectively with the Myanmar army’s Light Infantry Battalion (LIB)