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Muslim nations calls Myanmar to stop Rohingya persecution
September 5th, 2017 at 11:02 am
Muslim nations calls Myanmar to stop Rohingya persecution

International desk – Four Muslim countries including Bangladesh have urged Myanmar to stop the military attack on Rohingya Muslims as tens of thousands of the minority community fled to Bangladesh facing violence at this home.

Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia and Malaysia have urged the Myanmar government to resolve the Rohingya crises as soon as possible.

Indonesian foreign minister Retno Marsudi met Myanmar’s leaders on Monday seeking an end to the crisis.

UN special rapporteur Yangee Lee and Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai have urged the Burmese de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi to denounce the atrocities in Rakhine state.

Near 90000 Rohingya flee violence for shelter in Bangladesh. Hundreds of thousands of people are streaming towards Bangladesh everyday for food, water and medical attention.

Expressing deep concern over the Myanmar crises Pakistan foreign ministry said in a statement that Pakistan is worried about the growing number of death tolls and Rohingya peoples’ leaving their homes to escape death in Rakhine state.

Malaysian prime minister Najib Razzak tweets, Rohingya Violence should be stopped for the sake of Myanmar and also for this region.

South-eastern Muslim countries expressed deep concern over the Rohingya crises.

Indonesian foreign minister Retno Marsudi is due to visit Bangladesh after she concludes talks in Myanmar.

People in many countries are staging demonstration to protest the atrocity in Rakhine state.

Protesters in Indonesia threw a little petrol bomb on the Burmese high commission in Jakarta.

Meanwhile Kirghistan cancelled an international football match against Myanmar on alarming news on some social media.