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'There's no problem if he talks about Islam, but it's unacceptable if he speaks about Rohingya and extreme terrorists.'The Rohingya exodus from Rakhine state to Bangladesh's southern tip began at the end of August, when Rohingya militants attacked security posts and the Myanmar army launched a counter-offensive. Myanmar's government has denied most of the accusations made against it, and the army says its own investigation found no evidence of wrongdoing by troops.
But rights organisations have accused troops backed by Buddhist mobs of burning hundreds of villages and forcing more than half a million people to flee.
Afterwards, the military chief's office wrote on Facebook: 'Myanmar has no religious discrimination at all. (it) performs for the peace and stability of the country.' The Tatmadaw, as his army is known, has been accused by the UN and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of conducting a campaign of 'ethnic cleansing' by driving 620,000 Rohingya from western Myanmar into Bangladesh since August.
Myanmar denies any wrongdoing despite testimony by refugees pointing to a widespread campaign of rape, murder and arson.
Pope Francis met for talks with Min Aung Hlaing after arriving in Myanmar on Monday amid the ongoing Rohingya refugee crisis.It happens once in hundreds of years,' said Win Min Set, a community leader who brought a group of 1,800 Catholics from southern and western states of the country.'He is very knowledgeable when it comes to political affairs.He will handle the issue smartly,' he said, referring to the sensitivity of the pope's discussions about the Rohingya.He waved through an open window at dozens of children waving Vatican and Myanmar flags and T-shirts with the motto of the trip - 'love and peace' - as he set off in a light blue Toyota car for St. Only about 700,000 of Myanmar's 51 million people are Roman Catholic.Thousands of them travelled by train and bus to Yangon, and they joined crowds at several roadside points along the way from the airport to catch a glimpse of the pope.'We come here to see the Holy Father.
Vatican sources say some in the Holy See believe the trip was decided too hastily after full diplomatic ties were established in May during a visit by Suu Kyi.