Demo held against genocide of Rohingya Muslims

Demo held against genocide of Rohingya Muslims”

Scores of foreign journalists have poured into Bangladesh to cover the Rohingya exodus.

Facing growing condemnation globally, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not attend UN General Assembly meetings September 19-25 to instead deal with what the government said were domestic security issues.

Aid groups and human rights activists have criticised the plans to expel Rohingyas, and some lawyers say deportation would violate India's constitution.

" Rohingyas should get nationality and all those who have taken refuge in various nations should return peacefully to the nation".

Many now face shelter, food and water shortages in cramped refugee camps. He wants the government of Myanmar to implement, with concrete action, recommendations made by an independent advisory commission led by former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, including speeding up the citizen verification process to ensure that human rights are recognized for all groups.

Last Friday in Gaza, Muslim religious leaders devoted their sermons to the plight of the Rohingya people - who are largely Muslim, though Myanmar is a predominantly Buddhist nation.

Pillay said she was shocked Suu Kyi hasn't done more to support the Rohingya, when the world had supported during her 15 years under house arrest. "Unfounded criticism of [Aung San] Suu Kyi exaggerates her ability to command the military, which the Burmese constitution does not actually allow her to do".

Up to 400,000 Rohingya so far have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh and, according to UNICEF, about 60 percent of them are children.

Many say they have had details - their names and the villages they are from - taken at the border.

Ven. Gyalten Nyima said those killing the Rohingya are not following the true teachings of Buddhism, which calls for compassion, love, and equality.

"The evidence is irrefutable - the Myanmar security forces are setting northern Rakhine state ablaze in a targeted campaign to push the Rohingya people out of Myanmar".

That view was presented Friday by Canadian officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the seriousness of the three-week-old crisis that has helped transform Suu Kyi from a symbol of freedom to a target of worldwide derision.

Rafta Foundation calls its former prize victor Aung San Suu Kyi to condemn the military's assault against civilians and "ethnic cleansing" in Myanmar, writes NRK.

The longtime human rights icon and Nobel peace laureate has been berated for failing to speak up for the Rohingya minority amid a crisis that has shocked the global community.

Ms Suu Kyi is due to address the nation on Tuesday.

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