Pity Pakistani Stance Over Burma KillingsBy Syed Hassam Ahmed • Jul 14th, 2012 • Category: Politics, Worth A Second Look • 50 Comments
According to the unofficial reports, more than 20,000 Muslims have been killed, tortured and displaced by the extremist Buddhists in Burma’s Rakhine province, the worst sectarian killing in this part of the world over the years.
The violence had killed 29 people in a day and displaced more than 30,000, said Htein Lin, secretary of the Ministry for Border Affairs.
Around 2,500 houses have been burnt down, Reuters reported on 14th June. Meanwhile, The Telegraph reported on 21st June that more than 80 have been killed in Burma this month.
No serious concern over the killings of Muslims by the Pakistani government has resulted in much disappointment added with the disease of Nationalism by Bangladesh authorities who did not allow the frightened Burmese Muslims to enter the territory of Bangladesh to save their lives, such a pity.
Neither International Organizations, NGO’s, Human Rights Organization, major countries nor Myanmar’s government has proposed a solution for the 800,000 Rohingya, who live in desperate conditions that resemble refugee camps and make up one of the largest groups of stateless people in Asia.
The biggest distress comes with the attitude of Pakistan government who has not even condemned the killings of Muslim brothers, helping them is a tough ask from such filthy, morally wrong, corrupt and coward government of Pakistan.
We urge the electronic and print media of our country to sincerely report the most horrible situation going around in the Eastern part of the world and the Muslim Armies must pay heed towards the call of offended Rohingya Muslims and rescue them from oppression.
Indeed, it would be Khilafah who would pay an immediate concern to the situation of Muslim Ummah from Tunisia to Indonesia. The Army of Khilafah would respond before the call of deprived and tortured victims, as it responded to the call of a woman who was insulted across the seas and borders in Sindh during 8th Century CE.
Syed Hassam Ahmed
Department of Mass Communication,
University of Karachi,
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The writer is the student of Journalism, doing BS in Mass Communication from University of Karachi.His writings have been published in many National and International newspapers and websites.
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