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More crimes against Muslims in Burma; Israel contineus the sale of weapons to killers

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Sep ,8 \NewNews

The Ministry of Defense of the Israeli enemy refused to stop selling arms to the regime in the state of Myanmar, despite the crimes committed against Muslims there, according to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

The newspaper said that despite the continued demand by human rights to stop Israel from selling its weapons to Myanmar, it insists on continuing to do so.

The authorities in Myanmar have continued to persecute and suppress the country’s Muslim minority. The war in Arakan forced about 150,000 Rohingyas to flee to neighboring Bangladesh after the army, police and Buddhist extremists burned Muslim homes in the province amid international condemnation. Attacks and persecution against them, after clashes between the Rohingya and government forces at the end of August, killing at least 400 people, while the organizations of the Muslims of Myanmar said that more 3,000 Muslims were killed in the clashes.
In a related context, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on Wednesday called on the Burmese authorities to “prevent brutal crimes against Muslims,” calling on neighboring countries to help refugees.

“In Burma, a Muslim people living in a very difficult situation, tens of thousands of them have been abandoned or killed, and the bodies of some of them have been burned,” he said at a government session broadcast by state television. He called on the United Nations to shoulder its responsibilities in this case.

At a time when humanitarian organizations are warning of a great danger to the lives of tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims, the Burmese government continues its repressive policies.

The Burmese government has said it is negotiating with Russia and China to ensure they move to block any official of the UN Security Council from condemnation of violence that forced some 150,000 Rwandan Muslims to emigrate to Bangladesh in less than two weeks.

It is noteworthy that Mr. Abdelmalek Badr al-Din al-Houthi condemned in a statement yesterday what the Muslims of Rome against the crimes of genocide, stressing that this is a disgrace to the Western world.

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