Suffering every day

Doe Yusmizal Aling
yusmizal@hmetro.com.my

Kuala Lumpur: Who is not sad when every day staring at a picture of their brothers and sisters at home who were tortured by the military continued without mercy.

“Just yesterday a friend there to share the story of two teenagers raped religious extremists who entered the village and beat people. What else can we do but here pray, “said the president of Myanmar Ethnic Rohingyas Human Rights Organisation Malaysia (MERHROM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani.

According to him, the story does not end there because after a ‘reward’ lust, abandoned teenager and eventually died of severe injuries after being beaten.

He said that every day the Rohingya community in Malaysia to follow up with family members through the sharing of news in the social networking site and hope it ends in misery soon.

According to him, after several villages were burned extremists and the military in recent weeks, there is a return home to take the rest of the stuff but not much can be done because it is totally destroyed.

“Now they do not know where to go because there was no house. Lives were threatened because attackers are everywhere watching the actions of Muslims, “he told Harian Metro.

Zafar said that, at this time, MERHROM cooperation with several other Rohingya organizations to provide assistance to relatives in Arakan.

He said the donation was delivered directly tough, he hoped that the government uses the existing Malaysia urged Myanmar to stop the ethnic cleansing operations there.

“From there the village up to the camp, we do not know what will happen to them there. May they be able to survive until the international aid arrived, “he said.

Meanwhile, Chief Executive of the Centre for Research and Advocacy of Human Rights (CENTHRA) Azril Mohd Amin said the public should express their outrage against the recent spate of particularly Maungdaw in Arakan conflict to suppress the ASEAN.

He said that if pressure is applied continuously, the government and the diplomatic missions of foreign countries will receive signals outrage thereby pressing ASEAN to perform acts.

“CENTHRA also urged the Independent Permanent Human Rights OIC (IPHRC) take immediate action to urge the OIC to send a peacekeeping force to ensure free atrocities can be stopped,” he said.

This article was posted on: Monday, November 28, 2016 @ 10:14 AM
Source by: http://www.hmetro.com.my/node/185121
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By Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization Malaysia ( MERHROM) Posted in Uncategorized

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