Myanmar genocide: Jamaat-e-Islami urges govt to involve regional powers

Karachi, September 06, 2017 (PPI-OT):Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chief Engr Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman has demanded of the government to approach the government of China to use its influence Myanmar so as to provide some relief to the affected Muslims of Myanmar. Addressing a party meeting of office bearers at the JI Karachi headquarters Idara Noor-e-Haq, he said that the genocide of Muslims in Rohangia, Myanmar is unacceptable. It is the obligation of the entire Umma to raise its voice and support the oppressed Muslims in Myanmar.

He said that the JI’s march in Karachi against the government of Myanmar would help highlighting the issue in media. He further said that unfortunately, no strong voice is being raised in the favor of oppressed Rohangia Muslims. We are trying to awake the international human rights institutions as well as the international powers, he said.

Engr. Naeem held the Britain responsible for the crises, saying that the British rulers purposely created the issue while they were leaving the sub continent. He said that since 1946, 14 army operations have been carried out against the Muslims in Myanmar. He stressed the need of unity among Muslim Umma so as to protect vulnerable Muslim communities across the world. JI leaders Dr. Usama Razi, Birjees Ahmed, Burmese Muslim Leader Abdul Rasheed and others also addressed the meeting.

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