Rohingya persecution: Ummat-e-Islami thanks Bangladesh

Srinagar

Chairperson of Ummat-e-Islami, a south Kashmir based separatist cum religious organisation led by Qazi Ahmed Yasir on Friday thanked Bangladesh for allowing more than 1,60,000 Rohingya Muslims into its territory.

Condemning the atrocities against the community, Yasir said, the crisis is taking a grieving toll on human life. “We do not demand justice from those who awarded the murderous councillor of Burma, Aung Suu Kyi with a Nobel prize, but we ask the Muslim countries to rehabilitate the Rohingya Muslims,” he said in a statement.

He said Muslims worldwide should stop paying heed to political conspiracies hatched on the blood of these innocents. He asked the Muslims of the world to stand by the community in times of need.

Yasir also condemned the arrest of Kamran Yusuf, a photojournalist and said his arrest is an open war against Freedom of Speech. “Kamran has been reaching the funerals of militants first, which is no crime,” Yasir said.

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