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Injustices on Minority Muslims in Myanmar

Published: Tue 5 Sep 2017 04:56 PM
Injustices on Minority Muslims in Myanmar
Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar are going through very sorrowful situation.Muslims being unjustifiably attacks, murdered,tortured and raped.
The International Muslim Association of New Zealand(IMAN) strongly condemn this brutal injustice over innocent people, and strongly condemn the silence maintained by the International Community, especially the Muslim nations, who seemed to be blind to the violent persecution in Myanmar.
We, the IMAN, call upon all the countries in the world including New Zealand to raise their voice against the atrocities that committed over these innocent human beings.
IMAN also like to request New Zealand government to assist in providing a permanent solution for their problems by allowing the refugees from Myanmar.
"Its very sad to see that Media also have failed in their moral duties on highlighting the public over this critical situation." said Tahir Nawaz (President of IMAN).
ENDS

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