Burma Times Correspondent: April 30, 2015
Rohingya refugees in Bangkok got hold of a notorious human smuggler and handed him over to the local police.
Mofiz received beatings from the mob that caught him.
Refugees allege that ‘Maulavi’ Mofiz in the guise of a religious cleric told desperate Rohingya Muslims back home that he would arrange for the marriage of their daughters in Thailand without dowry in full compliance of Islamic Shariah law.
Instead he sold them to Bangkok’s burgeoning sex industry.
Many Rohingyas based in Burma and Bangladesh conduct human trafficking in the guise of religious clerics and community leaders.