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Harun Yahya (Adnan Oktar): Urgent Appeal to the UN Regarding Recent Violence Against RohingyaSalem-News.com
Myanmar’s government considers the estimated 800,000 Rohingya in the country to be foreigners while many citizens see them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and view them with hostility.
(ISTANBUL Burma Times) - The below letter has been sent by Mr. Harun Yahya (Adnan Oktar) to the United Nations, human rights organizations and other authorities as an urgent appeal to investigate the recent violence against Rohingya thoroughly, to document and expose to the eyes of the world.
We are deeply concerned over the recent reports of violence against Rohingya people in Myanmar, and we are writing to you in order to urge you to put pressure to bear on the government of Myanmar.
As you also know, Myanmar’s government considers the estimated 800,000 Rohingya in the country to be foreigners while many citizens see them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and view them with hostility.
According to numerous human rights organizations and many news published on international media, the Myanmar government is instigating a program of ethnic cleansing against the Muslim civilian population. We are aware that you have knowledge of the communal violence going on in Myanmar and that you have previously taken steps toward easing the situation; however, the current events require the world’s immediate attention and possibly the application of sanctions to halt the acts of brutality against ethnic minorities.
Beginning on Jan 13, in Kilai-Daung (Du-Chira-Dan) village, or Duchiradan village tract, Maungdaw, we heard reports of Rohingya taken as slaves, tied up, killed, chopped into pieces and dumped in the gutter, then starting the night of 13th and running through 14th January, women who were raped and had their breasts cut off before they were killed, a grandmother age 103 years and her grandchildren were reported as killed as police watched and stood by. There are also reports of dead bodies being taken away by security forces on trucks to be buried, as well as sweeping arrests of men, women, and children of all ages. Yet the government refuses to acknowledge anyone except a policeman had been killed.
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