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Nov-01-2012 00:50printcomments

Global Day of Action

UN should send a Rapid deployment force to protect the un-armed Rohingya civilian in Arakan.

Tun Khin, President of the Burmese Rohingya Organisation
Courtesy: mizzima.com

(LONDON) - The following communication was sent to our newsroom by the Advisory Council from the Burmese Rohingya Organisation.


Tun Khin
President,
Burmese Rohingya Organisation, UK

Assalamo Alaikum!

The BRA, UAE. a leading Rohingya organisation in the Middle East will join in the historic Global Action Day program on 8th November, 2012.

We also urge all Rohingya organisations around the world to organize events in their respective locations to meet the demand of Rohingyas.

We no more believe the Government of Myanmar as they are the master-mind behind the Rohingya massacre - 2012.

It is urgent demand of BRA, UAE that:

1. UN should send a Rapid deployment force to protect the un-armed Rohingya civilian in Arakan.

2. To send impartial UN fact finding mission to get correct information,documentation and prepare cases.

3. To bring all culprits ( Burmese & Maghs) to the International Criminal Court.

With best wishes,

Abu Hafiz
Chairman
Advisory Council
BRA, UAE

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