Please Help and Save Humanity - Rohingya Burma Muslims:

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The Ansar Burney Trust International estimated that more than 2,000 Rohingya (Burma) Muslim migrants are still stranded in sea and those washed ashore are facing difficult times. If they are not settled early and discussions are delayed, more people will die in the open sea without food and drinking water, at the hands of traffickers and in camps.

The Rohingya people, who are scrambled in Bangladesh and Myanmar, are subject to international law, as their host governments contest their national identity.

Some 1.5 million Rohingya Muslims in the Rakhine state of Myanmar are clueless as to who they are and from where they belong as Bangladesh shuns them and Myanmar refuses to accept them as it's citizens.

Out of several reasons one reason is why Rohingya Burma Muslims have lived below the line of poverty and have had to face persecution at the hands of other communities.

This issue can be solved if, all the migrants who have launched themselves in a troublesome journey should be accounted for and rehabilitated and as the Muslims of Myanmar most importantly need citizenship of Myanmar, the World countries believe in humanity, justice and human dignity should take strong action for them.

Second, an international commission under the United Nations should help find a permanent home for them after talks with the governments of Myanmar, Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Ansar Burney Trust International
6 - Hassan Manzil,
Arambagh Road,
Karachi - Pakistan
Phone: + 92 21 32623382 - 83
Fax: + 92 21 32623384
Email: [email protected]