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JK Peace Foundation announces shelter for Rohingya families in J&K
SRINAGAR, Sep 10: Fayaz Ahmad Bhat (Chairman J & K Peace Foundation & Chief Spokesperson Association of Peoples of Asia (APA) strongly condemned the killing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

Fayaz Ahmad Bhat said that my heart breaks at the sufferings of innocent Muslims as thousands of people are increasingly at risk of grave violations of their human rights. The Humanity is silent to the massacre in Myanmar.

Fayaz Ahmad Bhat said that there is great saying that “United we Stand, Divided we fall”, everyone should come together to fight against brutal killing of Muslims in Myanmar, before being a Muslims those people are a human first and that it is unfortunate that Rohingya Muslims were being killed and human rights organization and international community had kept criminal silence on the matter.

He also added that countries across the globe should come together to give food, shelter, and access to education to Rohingya Families feeling violence and terror and effective measures should be taken to prevent the recurrence of such violence. The Buddhists had no sympathies for mankind and were shedding the blood of innocent people. The People across the world should stand up to protest against the genocide of Muslims and put pressure on United Nation to resolve matter.

He also said that it’s a matter of Shame for Aung San Suu Kyi and Dalai Lama as being the Nobel Peace awardees they are silent on the massacre of Muslims by Myanmar Forces, Their awards should be snatched from them because they have disgraced and insulted the most respected Peace award.

Fayaz Ahmad Bhat said that Peace Foundation is ready to help the Rohingya Families in Jammu and Kashmir as he announces shelter for Rohingya Families in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that they are not alone their human hearted and peace loving brothers are here to help them.

News Updated at : Sunday, September 10, 2017
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