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NO RIGHTS FOR ROHINGYA(8.09.2017)

No rights for Rohingya

This sounds weird but is a reality for Rohingyas. The Myanmar government in May 2013 ordered Rohingyas not to have more than two children to escape from Buddhist attacks on them. The measure has been enacted in Rakhine state following a proposal by a government appointed commission investigating deadly clashes in 2012 between Buddhists monks and Rohingya Muslims. Mobs of Buddhists armed with machetes razed thousands of Rohingya homes, leaving more than one hundred of people dead and forcing 125,000 to flee, mostly Rohingyas from violence."State officials said the two-child limit in the state of Rakhine would ease tensions between Buddhists and their Muslim Rohingya neig...


İHSANOĞLU: THE MAN WHO CHANGED THE OIC(19.03.2014)

İhsanoğlu: The Man who Changed the OIC

The first president of what would become the Organization of Islamic Cooperation(OIC), the world’s second largest intergovernmental organization was a colourful figure. Abdul Rahman Tunku, was already well known as a Malaysian independence leader when became the first leader of the OIC when the organization was founded in 1969. In photo Truk’s thick rimmed classes and tight lipped is equally memorable. Yet, Pan-Islamic sentiment and anti-colonialism were only some of his passions. When Rahman often stole away to the Malaysia horse-track horse racing and claimed to have his best luck at trackside wagering on Fridays. Secretary General Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu whose term as head o...


PROTESTING FOR BURMA IN CAIRO (4.08.2012)

Protesting for Burma in Cairo

‘Stop killing Muslims in Burma', 'The minority have the right to live', 'No to Racism', 'Close the Embassy' were the messages written in English and Arabic on placards in a protest held outside the Myanmar Embassy in Cairo on Wednesday.This protest, made by dozens of people, came as a response to the brutal massacre in Burma. "We should act against this massacre – not just feel sympathy, but do something to help them," said Shaimaa Maged, a lecturer at Cairo University, who organised the protest."With this protest, we want to press our government to cut relations with Myanmar, unless it stops the massacres against M...



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