South African Muslims March to Parliament Over Myanmar Killings
Over a thousand demonstrators led by the Muslim Judicial Council have marched to Parliament in Cape Town demanding that the Myanmar ambassador be summoned by the South African government to account for the reported ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in the Asian nation. This comes after Archbishop Desmond Tutu called on de facto Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi to speak out about the crisis.
Govt of SA, 13 September 2017
The Government of the Republic of South Africa expresses its deep concern about the plight of over three hundred thousand Rohingya civilians who have fled their homes in Myanmar. Read more »
South Africa: Thousands March to Parliament Over Rohingya Killings
GroundUp, 13 September 2017
Over a thousand people marched to Parliament to protest against the killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar on Wednesday morning. Led by the Muslim Judicial Council along with… Read more »
Over a thousand people marched to Parliament to protest against the killing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
South Africa: Explainer - What's Happening to the Rohingya Muslims?
Daily Maverick, 14 September 2017
Have you lost track of the plight of the Rohingya Muslims, and why they are considered a persecuted minority? Confused about the situation in Myanmar, and why previously saintly… Read more »
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- 14 September 2017
The Secretary General, Antonio Guterres has called on authorities in Myanmar to suspend military action and end violence against the ethnic monitory ... see more »