All fair peoples of the world are closely following with great concern and grief the horrible massacres against the Muslim minority in Myanmar. Ethnic-Bengali Muslims, generally known as Rohingyas, are complaining of persecution and discrimination in Burma.
According to reports, the Muslim minority in Myanmar is suffering from collective punishment perpetrated by the Buddhist majority for no reason. Racist massacres occurred on a large scale against Rohingyas.
The international community should intervene to stop ethnic cleansing targeting Muslims in Myanmar. The Islamic world, moreover, should offer all kinds of support for Rohingya Muslims in South Asia. Rohingyas are in bad need of people’s moral support against the assault of the unjust majority and relief assistance.
This folder is an appeal to Muslims and all fair people of the world to aid and end the suffering of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. It is time to put into practice such noble Islamic principles as solidarity, supporting the weak and defending the oppressed.
Aiding Rohingyas: Muslims’ Duties
Muslims, as well as all fair people of the world, should hurry to aid and end the suffering of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar who are subject to ethnic cleansing and collective.
Myanmar’s Government Exposed
In an article in the state-run New Light of Myanmar on Wednesday, August 22, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Myanmar (Burma), stated, "It is obvious that the violence
Petition to Support Rohingya Muslims
The Rohingya are the Muslim people who live in the Arakan region in western Myanmar. As of 2012, the population of Rohingyas in Myanmar is 800,000. According to the UN.
Muslims' Duty Toward the Oppressed
The above injunctions in the Quran clearly teach us that at all times, and most particularly in times of trials and tribulations, it is the duty of Muslims to stand together helping
Two Levels of Backing Oppressed Muslims
It goes without saying that Muslims constitute one brotherhood and one body; when an organ aches, all other organs feel pain. In this sense, all Muslims feel the pains of one another