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Nov-27-2012 12:28printcomments

European Rohingya Council Receives Director General of Arakan Rohingya Union

Dr. Uddin says it will be a privilege for ARU to work in coordination and collaboration with ERC and other Rohingya and non-Rohingya organizations

ARU Director General Prof. Dr. Wakar Uddin briefs ERC members and Myanmar Muslim, Turkish, and Arab community activists in Frankfurt, Germany, on various Rohingya topics, including ARU’s non-classified work, OIC and UN’s continuous efforts on Rohingya
ARU Director General Prof. Dr. Wakar Uddin briefs ERC members and Myanmar Muslim, Turkish, and Arab community activists in Frankfurt, Germany, on various Rohingya topics, including ARU’s non-classified work, OIC and UN’s continuous efforts on Rohingya causes, and the European Union Leaders and U.S. President Barack Obama’s calls for rights of Rohingya in Myanmar.

(FRANKFURT) - Prof. Dr. Wakar Uddin, Director General of Arakan Rohingya Union, was invited by The European Rohingya Council (ERC) to

Turkish & Arab community activists
attending the meeting with ARU Director
General.

Frankfurt, Germany, on November 20, 2012, while he was on his way to Geneva, Switzerland, to participate in meetings on Rohingya issues. Members of ERC, Burmese Rohingya Association in Deutschland (BRAD), representatives of Myanmar Muslim Organization based in Germany, and representatives of Turkish and Arab communities in Germany, gave a reception luncheon to the Director General.

Following the reception, a meeting was held at the Islamic Community Center in Frankfurt. The meeting started with a welcome speech by Chairman of BRAD, U Zaw Naing where he thanked Dr. Uddin and all other participants for attending the meeting on this important cause of Rohingya political and human rights in Myanmar.

Mohamed Ibrahim and Abdul Aziz of
ERC, and the Prof. Dr. Wakar Uddin at
the United Nations in Geneva.

Vice-Chairman of ERC Mr. Hla Tin explained objectives of ERC and pledged cooperation with ARU and other Rohingya and non-Rohingya organizations to relieve the plights of Rohingya people, and the issues facing the Myanmar Muslims and certain ethnic minorities in Myanmar.

Dr. Uddin expressed deep appreciation to all the participants for attending the meeting, and he reiterated that it will be a privilege for ARU to work in coordination and collaboration with ERC and other Rohingya and non-Rohingya organizations to find a durable solution for the Rohingya people in Myanmar as well as issues related to Myanmar Muslims and other ethnic minorities in Myanmar.

After the meeting Dr. Uddin proceeded to Geneva accompanied by Mohamed Ibrahim, Media Secretary of ERU and Abdul Aziz, Secretary of Fund Raising and International Relations at ERC. Mohammed Ibrahim and Abdul Aziz participated in some of the meetings in Geneva, including those in the United Nations.

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Ahmed February 25, 2013 8:51 am (Pacific time)

Peace Warriors terganggu dagenn ancaman untuk menyakiti umat Muslim di Yangon, ibukota Myanmar “Dalam koran yang didistribusikan di Yangon beberapa hari terakhir, orang-orang didesak agar menyerang umat Muslim, masjid-masjid, toko dan rumah mereka. Wanita muslim juga dikhususkan sebagai target. Hal ini membuat umat Muslim dan keturunan India takut pergi bekerja, bahkan keluar sendirian. Beberapa keluarga Muslim menutup toko mereka dan Sekolah serta Universitas Agama Islam tutup dua hari lalu”

Translation from Indonesian: Warriors disturbed dagenn threats to harm Muslims in Yangon, capital of Myanmar "in a newspaper distributed in Yangon last few days, people were urged to attack Muslims, mosques, shops and homes. Muslim women are also specified as a target. This makes India the descendants of Muslims and fear of going to work, even out alone. Some Muslim families close their shops and schools as well as the Islamic University closed two days ago "

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