Rise of tyranny in Myanmar
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 23 – The world needs to act soon rise because of atrocities in Burma is the worst event in the history of human civilization.
Syed Hamid Albar
Special envoy the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for Myanmar, Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar said the OIC strongly condemned Myanmar’s military oppression against Rohingya Muslims worsening in northern Rakhine state.
“Buddhism even prevent inhumane acts occurred. So, the world must stop immediately likened the events in Rwanda tragedy in Southeast Asia.
“United Nations (UN) and the ASEAN should take the necessary steps as stipulated in the provisions of the UN Charter that protects and respects the rights of all human beings,” he said in a statement on Facebook today.
Earlier, the watchdog group Human Rights successful attempt to disassemble the Myanmar government troops closed the atrocities committed against the Rohingya Muslims when burning over 1,000 settlements and 30,000 Rohingyas were left homeless and thousands were killed.
In the meantime, former Senior Diplomat Malaysia, Tan Sri Hasmy Agam, urged the government to become a member of the High Commission of United Nations for Refugees (UNHCR) and the signing of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees.
He said this was because Malaysia is an active UN member states and is believed by many to hold office.
“We need to be an expert and be bound by the agreement to be more vocal in urging UNHCR assistance and security to the war-torn country.
“Our relationship with UNHCR now in an informal or like friends,” he said.
Hasmy also explained that Malaysia is still reluctant to ratify the agreement for fear bound by the principle to accept refugees and is likely to be an attraction to more refugees coming into Malaysia.
Meanwhile, President of the Human Rights Malaysia Myanmar Ethnic Rohingyas (MERHROM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani, asking Malaysia as a responsible ASEAN member countries.
“I call on the government to provide food aid, medical and security to the Rohingya there. In addition, the 192 UN member states have to adopt the law on refugees persecuted and intervene to resolve this issue.
“If the world can not intervene, we have supplied arms and let ourselves fighting with the military junta of Myanmar,” he said.