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Security forces in some areas have provided protection to displaced Muslims, but more typically they have acted as their jailers, preventing access to markets, livelihoods, and humanitarian assistance, for which many are in desperate need.
In the Aung Mingalar area of Sittwe, the Arakan State capital, the government has imposed such severe restrictions on the remaining Muslim residents that they are effectively locked up in their own neighborhood.
The sectarian violence in June was sparked by the rape and murder on May 28, 2012 of a 28-year-old Arakanese woman by three Muslim men in Ramri Township.
On June 3, a large group of Arakanese villagers in Toungop town, southeast of Ramri, stopped a bus and beat and killed ten Muslims who were on board.
State security forces either failed to intervene or participated directly in the violence.
In some cases attacks occurred simultaneously in townships separated by considerable distance.
We also spoke with diplomats, United Nations officials, and humanitarian aid workers.
Human Rights Watch’s focus was on the five townships that experienced the greatest violence and abuses in June and October, where property destruction and arson were so widespread that the damage was visible in satellite images.
It said that previous questions in the telephone survey had made explicit reference to Isis and the overwhelming majority of those who leave the UK to join fighters in Syria are joining Isis.
While the state security forces initially did nothing to halt the violence, they soon joined in with Arakanese mobs to attack and burn Muslim neighborhoods and villages.
The violence in October was clearly much more organized and planned.
We also visited every major IDP camp as well as numerous unofficial displacement sites and communities now hosting Muslim displaced persons.
This report draws on over 100 interviews conducted during those visits with Rohingya and non-Rohingya Muslims and Arakanese who have suffered or witnessed abuses and been displaced, as well as some organizers and perpetrators of violence.
Violence between Arakanese Buddhists and Rohingya intensified, with mobs on both sides committing killings and arson.