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Addressing the Rohingya Crisis and aiming to bring the perpetrators of the heinous crime in Rohingya to the International Criminal Court. ICC

All J4R staffs and members are volunteers without any payment

 

Addressing the Rohingya Crisis and aiming to bring the perpetrators of the heinous crime in Rohingya to the International Criminal Court ICC

All J4R staffs and members are volunteers without any payment

 

Addressing the Rohingya Crisis and aiming to bring the perpetrators of the heinous crime in Rohingya to the International Criminal Court .ICC

All J4R staffs and members are volunteers without any payment

 

Myanmar coup: Tens of thousands join largest protests since 2007

media captionTens of thousands of people take part in the largest protest in Myanmar in more than a decade,

Myanmar has seen its largest protests in more than a decade, as tens of thousands of people rallied against the military coup and demanded the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

“We don’t want military dictatorship. We want democracy,” the crowds chanted in the main city, Yangon. Rallies were held in more than a dozen other cities.

Internet access has now been restored after a day-long blackout.

The army has not yet commented on the growing opposition to Monday’s coup.

Sheikh Ramzy, director of Justice4rohingya said as Myanmar’s situation of the dictatorship escalates the chance of Rohingya refugees be able to return to Myanmar is remote.

The peace price winner Aung Sun Su Kyi who was tortured by the Burmese Army tells the ICG that the army did not commit genocide against the 78,000 rohingyan people and all accusations are lies.
 
 

Aung San Suu Kyi tells court: Myanmar genocide claims ‘factually misleading

De facto PM defends actions of government, saying attacks were initiated by insurgents

 

 

Inhumane to turn away Rohingya refugees, says Dr M

Concentration camps in Myanmar are no less than death camps. Genocide happening there while the world stops helping. Please help to save Rohingya people. United we will bring peace and justice to these poor people. Please look at the attachments.

We all should give full support to Justice4Rohingya

Sheikh Ramzy director of Justice 4 Rohingya said:

This is a humanitarian crisis and Malaysia has a responsibility to help Rohingya people. they cannot let the people die. I ask all UK citizen to lobby the UK government to talk to the Malaysia Government about these poor and desperate Rohingya people. It seems they are stranded in the see and are not allowed to come to the land.

Malaysia: Allow Rohingya Refugees Ashore

Home

by | Jul 23, 2018

Rohingya genocide is still going on, says top UN investigator

Head of fact-finding mission says Myanmar’s leaders are denying abuse of Muslim group

 

Genocide is still taking place against Rohingya Muslims remaining in Myanmar and the government is increasingly demonstrating that it has no interest in establishing a fully functioning democracy, according to UN investigators.

Gambia files Rohingya genocide case against Myanmar at UN court

Maldives Hires Amal Clooney To Fight For Rohingya Muslims At UN Court

STATEMENT BY MEMBERS OF THE EUROPEAN BURMA NETWORK

important notice

Please all write to Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP
secretary of state for International Development and high light the issues
Please look at the letter
It can save lives.

Myanmar coup: Tens of thousands join largest protests since 2007

media captionTens of thousands of people take part in the largest protest in Myanmar in more than a decade,

Myanmar has seen its largest protests in more than a decade, as tens of thousands of people rallied against the military coup and demanded the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

“We don’t want military dictatorship. We want democracy,” the crowds chanted in the main city, Yangon. Rallies were held in more than a dozen other cities.

Internet access has now been restored after a day-long blackout.

The army has not yet commented on the growing opposition to Monday’s coup.

Sheikh Ramzy, director of Justice4rohingya said as Myanmar’s situation of the dictatorship escalates the chance of Rohingya refugees be able to return to Myanmar is remote.

The peace price winner Aung Sun Su Kyi who was tortured by the Burmese Army tells the ICG that the army did not commit genocide against the 78,000 rohingyan people and all accusations are lies.
 
 

Aung San Suu Kyi tells court: Myanmar genocide claims ‘factually misleading

De facto PM defends actions of government, saying attacks were initiated by insurgents

 

 

Inhumane to turn away Rohingya refugees, says Dr M

Concentration camps in Myanmar are no less than death camps. Genocide happening there while the world stops helping. Please help to save Rohingya people. United we will bring peace and justice to these poor people. Please look at the attachments.

We all should give full support to Justice4Rohingya

Sheikh Ramzy director of Justice 4 Rohingya said:

This is a humanitarian crisis and Malaysia has a responsibility to help Rohingya people. they cannot let the people die. I ask all UK citizen to lobby the UK government to talk to the Malaysia Government about these poor and desperate Rohingya people. It seems they are stranded in the see and are not allowed to come to the land.

Malaysia: Allow Rohingya Refugees Ashore

Home

by | Jul 23, 2018

Rohingya genocide is still going on, says top UN investigator

Head of fact-finding mission says Myanmar’s leaders are denying abuse of Muslim group

 

Genocide is still taking place against Rohingya Muslims remaining in Myanmar and the government is increasingly demonstrating that it has no interest in establishing a fully functioning democracy, according to UN investigators.

Gambia files Rohingya genocide case against Myanmar at UN court

Maldives Hires Amal Clooney To Fight For Rohingya Muslims At UN Court

STATEMENT BY MEMBERS OF THE EUROPEAN BURMA NETWORK

important notice

Please all write to Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP
secretary of state for International Development and high light the issues
Please look at the letter
It can save lives.

Myanmar coup: Tens of thousands join largest protests since 2007

media captionTens of thousands of people take part in the largest protest in Myanmar in more than a decade,

Myanmar has seen its largest protests in more than a decade, as tens of thousands of people rallied against the military coup and demanded the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

“We don’t want military dictatorship. We want democracy,” the crowds chanted in the main city, Yangon. Rallies were held in more than a dozen other cities.

Internet access has now been restored after a day-long blackout.

The army has not yet commented on the growing opposition to Monday’s coup.

Sheikh Ramzy, director of Justice4rohingya said as Myanmar’s situation of the dictatorship escalates the chance of Rohingya refugees be able to return to Myanmar is remote.

The peace price winner Aung Sun Su Kyi who was tortured by the Burmese Army tells the ICG that the army did not commit genocide against the 78,000 rohingyan people and all accusations are lies.
 
 

Aung San Suu Kyi tells court: Myanmar genocide claims ‘factually misleading

De facto PM defends actions of government, saying attacks were initiated by insurgents

 

 

Inhumane to turn away Rohingya refugees, says Dr M

Concentration camps in Myanmar are no less than death camps. Genocide happening there while the world stops helping. Please help to save Rohingya people. United we will bring peace and justice to these poor people. Please look at the attachments.

We all should give full support to Justice4Rohingya

Sheikh Ramzy director of Justice 4 Rohingya said:

This is a humanitarian crisis and Malaysia has a responsibility to help Rohingya people. they cannot let the people die. I ask all UK citizen to lobby the UK government to talk to the Malaysia Government about these poor and desperate Rohingya people. It seems they are stranded in the see and are not allowed to come to the land.

Malaysia: Allow Rohingya Refugees Ashore

Home

by | Jul 23, 2018

Rohingya genocide is still going on, says top UN investigator

Head of fact-finding mission says Myanmar’s leaders are denying abuse of Muslim group

 

Genocide is still taking place against Rohingya Muslims remaining in Myanmar and the government is increasingly demonstrating that it has no interest in establishing a fully functioning democracy, according to UN investigators.

Gambia files Rohingya genocide case against Myanmar at UN court

Maldives Hires Amal Clooney To Fight For Rohingya Muslims At UN Court

STATEMENT BY MEMBERS OF THE EUROPEAN BURMA NETWORK

important notice

Please all write to Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP
secretary of state for International Development and high light the issues
Please look at the letter
It can save lives.

Letter From foreign Office to Justice for Rohingya UK

Dear Robin Marsh,

Thank you for your message sent on 10 January to the Foreign Secretary. The Asia Pacific Directorate of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has been asked to reply on behalf of the Foreign Secretary as this issue falls under our geographical remit.

Heather Wheeler, Minister for Asia and the Pacific, issued a statement on 23 January welcoming the International Court of Justice’s decision on provisional measures. We also worked with partners to secure a meeting of the UN Security Council, on 4 February, to discuss the Court’s decision. The UK has consistently expressed its profound concern at the horrific events of August 2017 in Rakhine state. The UK has urged the government of Myanmar to comply with the legally binding provisional measures to ensure that the Rohingya are protected.

The UK was instrumental in establishing the UN Fact Finding Mission (FFM) and was a strong supporter of its mandate throughout its term. We have consistently welcomed the FFM’s reports and recommendations and have worked hard to implement its recommendations. In particular, we worked closely with the EU and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to secure a resolution to establish the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar (IIMM), which is collecting and preserving evidence of atrocities committed in Myanmar. The IIMM became operational in September 2019.

The Crisis

The Rohingya people of Myanmar (Burma) are facing intense and extreme violence on an extensive scale.

The United Nations has stated that the attacks were well organized, coordinated and systematic, ‘not only to drive out the population in droves but to prevent the fleeing Rohingya victims from returning to their homes.’ Children and the elderly have been burnt in their homes.

Civilians shot as they flee. Mass use of gang-rape, including soldiers gang-raping girls as young as five. Children deliberately targeted and killed. Babies snatched from their parent’s arms and thrown alive into fires. Victims, including children, forced to watch relatives and loved ones tortured and killed. All the while, the international community looks on and does nothing.

These injustices in Myanmar cannot continue. Our organization exists in order to raise awareness of the crisis in Myanmar and to organize a legal campaign to bring the perpetrators of these heinous crimes to justice.           

 

It will not advance the cause of accountability if an attempted International Criminal Court (ICC) referral fails to win Security Council support. Such a result could entrench the sense of impunity within the Myanmar military.

Although the UK did not agree with much of analysis contained in the Independent Commission of Enquiry’s report, its admission of atrocities and its recommendations are an important first step towards meaningful domestic accountability. The UK calls on Myanmar to implement the Commission’s recommendations and hope to see a meaningful, domestic judicial process to deliver justice for victims.

The Rohingya crisis will not be resolved without constructive support from the region. We believe ASEAN has a significant role to play. The UK regularly raises the issue of the Rohingya crisis with ASEAN member states and the secretariat in Jakarta. We worked closely with partners to deliver the ASEM Foreign Ministers communique in November 2019 which called for the creation of the conditions conducive to safe, dignified, sustainable and voluntary returns, stressed the importance of accountability and of the Rakhine Advisory Commission’s recommendations. We call upon ASEAN member states to work constructively on improving conditions in Rakhine.

The UK government remains committed to supporting justice for victims, including the Rohingya, the promotion of human rights and democracy and a better future for all the people of Myanmar.

Yours sincerely,

Asia Pacific Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

This email is intended for the addressee(s) only. All messages sent and received by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office may be monitored in line with relevant UK legislation

                                                                                                                                                             

Justice 4 Rohingya  Student Campaign

 29th April 2019 at Oxford Brookes University, start 5.30, Cliric Hall, please be there and share

Campaign by students of Oxford brooks university to revoke the honorary doctorate of Ms Aung San Suu Kyi , the De Facto leader of Myanmar. Because of her silence on genocide, torture, killing and gang rap of rohingyan people.  Over a million people been pushed out of their homeland. 

We the undersigned Students of Oxford Brookes University and other universities, supporters of Human Rights and democracy across the world request the University of Oxford to condemn the current Human Rights violation by the Myanmar Government and the de facto leader Ms Aung San Suu Kyi against nearly ONE MILLION Rohingya people.

The de facto leader Ms Aung San Suu Kyi is a Nobel peace prize winner

The Nobel Peace Prize 1991 was awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi “for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights”

She not only failed to criticise and condemn the military action of gang rapes, killing without mercy, burning children alive, destroying Rohingyan houses and looting their assets, but instead she stayed silence and declared that she did not “fear international scrutiny”.

The new Fact finding and report from United Nation August 2018 blames:

Myanmar’s civilian leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and other civilian authorities that “contributed to the commission of atrocities” by failing to use their positions to stop them.

The UN report also criticised Ms Suu Kyi for failing to use her “moral authority” to stop the terror, concluding that the civilian government “through their acts and omissions” have “contributed to these heinous crimes.

The UN high commissioner for human rights criticised her and said “Ms Suu Kyi could not be cleared of blame. “She was in a position to do something,” or she could have resigned.” “There was no need for her to be the spokesperson of the Burmese military. She didn’t have to say this was an iceberg of misinformation. These were fabrications,” he added, referring to statements she made earlier this year.

Considering these inhumane and horrific crimes, Justice 4 Rohingya Campaign strongly and respectfully requests the University of Oxford to revoke Ms Aung San Suu Kyi’s Honorary Degree which was awarded by the university.

We believe that Ms Suu Kyi in her current situation does not deserve to hold such a prestigious honour from the University.

Signed by

The Justice 4 Rohingya Campaign at Oxford Brookes University

                                                                                                        

Justice for Rohingya Conference Oxford Brookes University

Justice 4 Rohingya  Student Campaign

 29th April 2019 at Oxford Brookes University, start 5.30, Cliric Hall, please be there and share

Campaign by students of Oxford brooks university to revoke the honorary doctorate of Ms Aung San Suu Kyi , the De Facto leader of Myanmar. Because of her silence on genocide, torture, killing and gang rap of rohingyan people.  Over a million people been pushed out of their homeland. 

 

We the undersigned Students of Oxford Brookes University and other universities, supporters of Human Rights and democracy across the world request the University of Oxford to condemn the current Human Rights violation by the Myanmar Government and the de facto leader Ms Aung San Suu Kyi against nearly ONE MILLION Rohingya people.

The de facto leader Ms Aung San Suu Kyi is a Nobel peace prize winner

The Nobel Peace Prize 1991 was awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi “for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights”

She not only failed to criticise and condemn the military action of gang rapes, killing without mercy, burning children alive, destroying Rohingyan houses and looting their assets, but instead she stayed silence and declared that she did not “fear international scrutiny”.

The new Fact finding and report from United Nation August 2018 blames:

Myanmar’s civilian leader, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and other civilian authorities that “contributed to the commission of atrocities” by failing to use their positions to stop them.

The UN report also criticised Ms Suu Kyi for failing to use her “moral authority” to stop the terror, concluding that the civilian government “through their acts and omissions” have “contributed to these heinous crimes.

The UN high commissioner for human rights criticised her and said “Ms Suu Kyi could not be cleared of blame. “She was in a position to do something,” or she could have resigned.” “There was no need for her to be the spokesperson of the Burmese military. She didn’t have to say this was an iceberg of misinformation. These were fabrications,” he added, referring to statements she made earlier this year.

Considering these inhumane and horrific crimes, Justice 4 Rohingya Campaign strongly and respectfully requests the University of Oxford to revoke Ms Aung San Suu Kyi’s Honorary Degree which was awarded by the university.

We believe that Ms Suu Kyi in her current situation does not deserve to hold such a prestigious honour from the University.

Signed by

The Justice 4 Rohingya Campaign at Oxford Brookes University

                                                                                                        

Please fill the petition and email back to us, @ justice4rohingya@gmail.com

London,12September2019
City Corporation votes to suspend Honorary Freedom for Aung San Suu Kyi
Elected Members of the City of London Corporation’s Court of Common Council at Guildhall have today voted to suspend the Honorary Freedom for Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma’s State Counsellor.

The Honorary Freedom was awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi in May 2017, in recognition of her ‘non-violent struggle over many years for democracy and her steadfast dedication to create a society where people can live in peace, security and freedom’.

Sir David Wootton, who chairs the Freedom Applications Committee, said that the City Corporation condemned the humanitarian abuses carried out in Burma, and that the suspension, which is unprecedented in the City Corporation’s history, reflects its unhappiness with events in Burma and the position of the Civilian Government.

Sir David, who recommended suspension of her award, told the Court that the City Corporation had attempted to communicate with Aung San Suu Kyi on three separate occasions, but had received no response.

Sir David Wootton said:

“The City of London Corporation has today sent a clear message that the violence in Burma and the oppression of that country’s minority Rohingya population cannot be allowed to go unchallenged.

“The Freedom Applications Committee will now inform Aung San Suu Kyi of the Court’s decision.”

Elected Member for Portsoken Ward, Munsur Ali, who tabled the original motion about Aung San Suu Kyi’s Honorary Freedom, said:

“The effects of the atrocities upon the Rohingya community are more visible than ever, as the world hears of their sufferings and struggle to go back home.

“This is totally unacceptable, especially in this day and age, and the Rohingya community desperately await justice, but who would come to their aid?”

The Honorary Freedom is the highest award that the City of London Corporation can bestow upon an individual. Previous recipients include Winston Churchill, Florence Nightingale, William Pitt the Elder, and in more recent times, Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, and Professor Stephen Hawking.

ENDS

Media enquiries:

Andrew Buckingham, Media Officer, City of London Corporation

Tel: 020 7332 1452 / Mobile: 07795 333060 /

Email andrew.buckingham@cityoflondon.gov.uk

Notes for Editors:

Following a motion passed by the Court of Common Council at Guildhall in January 2019, the City Corporation’s Freedom Applications Committee resolved to inform Aung San Suu Kyi about the proposal to begin the process by which her Honorary Freedom could be revoked, and inviting her to respond. More info here

The Freedom Applications Committee wrote to Aung San Suu Kyi in February, March and August 2019. Elected members have expressed doubt over whether the letters (which were sent to the Embassy of Myanmar in London and subsequently taken to Yangon and posted there) had been personally received by Aung San Suu Kyi.

About the City of London Corporation:

The City of London Corporation is the governing body of the Square Mile dedicated to a vibrant and thriving City, supporting a diverse and sustainable London within a globally-successful UK. www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

আপডেট:০৮:৫৬, সেপ্টেম্বর ১১ , ২০১৯

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বার্মার খুনী জেনারেলদের আন্তর্জাতিক আদালতে বিচারের আহবান বিশেষ প্রতিনিধিঃ গত ১০ সেপ্টেম্বর মঙ্গলবার জাস্টিস ফর রোহিঙ্গা ইউকের উদ্যোগে রোহিঙ্গা মুসলমানদের হত্যা ও নির্যাতনের দ্বিতীয় বছর উপলক্ষে পুর্ব লন্ডনের মুসলিম সেন্টারে এক সেমিনার অনুষ্ঠিত হয়। সংগঠনের ডাইরেক্টর ডঃ শেখ রমজীর সভাপতিত্বে এবং ব্যারিষ্টার আবিদ হোসেনে ও কে এম আবুতাহের চৌধুরীর যৌথ পরিচালনার অনুষ্ঠিত সেমিনারে অতিথি হিসেবে বক্তব্য রাখেন সাবেক বৃটিশ এমপি মিঃ কিথ ভেস্ট, প্রফেসার ডঃ আরিদ পানজৃয়ানি, বৃটিশ মুসলিম ফেন্ডস ওফ লেকারেল চেয়ারম্যান শওকত আলী, এমসিবির সাবেক সেক্রেটারী ডঃ আব্দুল বারি এমবিই, ব্যারিষ্টার,কাউন্সিলার নাজির আহমদ, রোহিঙ্গা নেশন্যাল এসোসিয়েশনের সভাপতি নুরুল ইসলাম, ডঃ রাজা সিকান্দর খান প্রমুখ। সেমিনারে পবিত্র কুরআন থেকে তেলাওয়াত পেশ করেন কাজী আশিকুর রহমান। সভায় বক্তারা দীর্ঘ দুই বছর পর ও রোহিঙ্গাদের হত্যাকারী খুনি জেনারেলদের বিচার না হওয়ায় এবং রোহিঙ্গাদের প্রত্যাবর্তনের কোন অগ্রগতি না হওয়ায় বিস্ময় প্রকাশ করেন। সভায় ৫টি প্রস্তাব গৃহীত হয়। গৃহীত প্রস্তাবে জাতিসংঘ মানবাধিকার কাউন্সিল ও অন্যান্য মানবাধিকার সংগঠনের রোহিঙ্গাদের গনহ্ত্যার চিহ্নিত করার পর আন্তর্জাতিক অপরাধ আদালতে জেনারেলদের বিচার, ১৫ লাখ রোহিঙ্গাদের জাতিসংঘের তত্ত্বাবধানে বার্মায় প্রেরণ, রোহিঙ্গাদের নাগরিকত্ব প্রদান, তাদের নিরাপত্তা নিশ্চিতকরণ ও বাড়ি ঘর নির্মাণ করে দেয়ার দাবী জানানো হয়। অপর প্রস্তাবে বার্মায় সামমরিক সহায়তা প্রদান বন্ধ ও সামরিক নিষেধাজ্ঞা জারীর জন্য বৃটিশ সরকারের প্রতি আহবান জানানো হয়। রোহিঙ্গাদের বিপুল সংখ্যাক সাংবাদিক, কাউন্সিলার, ডাক্তার, নেতৃবৃত্ব ও উলামা ও বিভিন্ন পর্যায়ের কমিউনিটি নেতৃবৃত্ব সেমিনারে অংশ গ্রহণ করেন। সেমিনারে দোয়া পরিচালনা করেন অধ্যাপক মাওলানা আব্দুল কাদের সাল্রহ।

For Immediate Release 21st September 2018

220 British Muslim community leaders call for Burma to be referred to ICC

More than 220 British Muslim community leaders have written to Prime Minister Theresa May calling on her to support referring Burma to the International Criminal Court. The letter was organised by Justice4Rohingya, which works for justice and accountability for international crimes against the Rohingya and other ethnic and religious minorities in Burma.

This week the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on Myanmar issued its full report detailed appalling crimes committed against the Rohingya by the Burmese military, and further crimes they committed in Kachin and Shan States. They concluded they constitute genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

“We cannot allot the Burmese military to get away with this slaughter”, said Dr Sheikh Ramzy. “There must be justice and the British government must now support referring Burma to the International Criminal Court where those responsible can be investigated, put on trial and jailed.”

The letter states: “As the lead country on Myanmar at the United Nations Security Council, it is up to the British government to support a referral and work to build a consensus so that a referral can be made. Every effort must be made on and off the UN Security Council to build support for a referral.”

It continues: “There is no greater international crime than genocide. This is a matter that requires your personal engagement and leadership in order to build the required support to hold those responsible to account.”

Last week 160 British Parliamentarian also wrote to the Prime Minister calling on her to support an ICC referral.

“We must not rest until there is justice, so this can never happen again”, said Dr Sheikh Ramzy. “This letter demonstrates the strength of feeling from the British Muslim community that Britain must take the lead, using every tool available, to bring Burma’s generals to justice.”

For more information contact Dr Sheikh Ramzy on 07773034441

LETTER FOLLOWS;

Prime Minister

10 Downing street

London SW1A 2AA

Dear Prime Minister

We undersigned are faith and community leaders of British Muslims across the UK deeply concerned about the plight of the Rohingya Muslims who are in and have fled from Myanmar, to ask you to support in full the recommendations of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on Myanmar.

The report of the United Nation Fact Finding Mission has identified many crimes committed in Rakhine State, Myanmar, against the Muslim community including massacres, gang rapes, slavery, murder, torture. They have concluded that the crimes constitute genocide and crimes against humanity under international law.

These crimes cannot be allowed to go unpunished. Further, allowing continued impunity only encourages further human rights violations against the Rohingya and other ethnic and religious minorities in Myanmar.

The Fact Finding Mission has made specific recommendations for action required by the international community, including a referral of the situation to the International Criminal Court.

As the lead country on Myanmar at the United Nations Security Council, it is up to the British government to support a referral and work to build a consensus so that a referral can be made. Every effort must be made on and off the UN Security Council to build support for a referral.

There is no greater international crime than genocide. This is a matter that requires your personal engagement and leadership in order to build the required support to hold those responsible to account.

1. HONOURABLE MR ANSAR HUSSAIN COUNCILLOR& CHAIRMAN OF TOWN COUNCIL.
2. HONOURABLE MR MOINUDDIN NAWAB EUROASIA WORLD NEWS, BUREAU CHIEF.
3. MR SHUYEB AHMAD PRINCIPAL OF MARKAZUL ULOOM LONDON. E82LR.
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Bangladesh proposes safe zone in Myanmar for Rohingya refugees

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen calls on Russia, China and India to help Dhaka in tackling the Rohingya refugee crisis.

Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has called on Russia, China and India to help the country tackle the Rohingya refugee crisis.

In an interview with Anadolu news agency on Sunday, Momen said his government has proposed to establish a safe zone in Rakhine state in Myanmarfrom where the refugees fled state persecution in late 2017.

“If a safe zone is created under the vigilance of China, Russia and India along with the ASEAN states, Rohingya people will be encouraged to return to their own land,” he said.

ASEAN stands for Association of Southeast Asian Nations, a regional bloc of 10 countries in Asia.

Momen added that guaranteeing the refugees who return Myanmar’s citizenship will be a precondition of the proposal, which he said has been appreciated by India. He hoped other countries would follow suit. for more reading please see the link

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/02/bangladesh-proposes-safe-zone-myanmar-rohingya-refugees-190213100737893.html

 

 

Conference and demonstration for Justice4rohingya

Justice for Rohingya UK conference in – London Central Mosque

Many excellent guest speaker MPs, Lords. Lord Mayors, lawyers’ barristers and experts in Rohingya Genocide faith leaders, all talked about unity to bring the perpetrator of Rohingya Genocide to the criminal court.

Dr Ramzy said we never stop until bring these evil people to Justice

UPF Myanmar situation, the similarity of Genocide between Rohingya people and Holocaust genocide,

Sheikh Ramzy shows on power points the similarity of these two Genocides and all to unite to being the perpetrators of both genocides to court of Justice.

Aung San Suu Kyi Stripped of Freedom of Oxford ,Sheikh Ramzy start and support a motion in oxford city council to Aung San Suu Kyi Stripped of Freedom of Oxford over Rohingya Violence. A great news for all

Myanmar Genocide, event Remembering genocide in Rohingya an event by Muslim Aid in(Birmingham). Sheikh said I spoke to secretary general of UN about this and he stayed silence on the genocide. Please listen to the talk.

Demonstration in central Oxford Against Genocide in Burma. Sheikh many participated to show their concern about this evil act of Burma government. Sheikh Ramzy said we all must united to being peace and justice to Rohinga people.

Genocide in Myanmar, a video that show people are dying and will die more in we stay silence. We all need to unite with one voice to bring justice and peace to these rohinga people. As thy are the most tortured people in the world.
ethnic cleansing and Genocide in Myanmar, where is the Justice where is the voice for these voiceless people. peace and Justice for the world.