A member of the IUMS in Myanmar: we are exposed to a systematic genocide campaign from Buddhists

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A member of the IUMS in Myanmar: we are exposed to a systematic genocide campaign from Buddhists


Muhammad Amin Al Nadowy, a member of the IUMS, said that Myanmar is suffering from a genocide campaign and ethnic cleansing in Arakan province by the Buddhists.


And he said on the sidelines of the General Assembly that is held in Istanbul, that the Rohingya "foreigners in their homeland" and deprived of all civil rights, and all the mosques, schools and Islamic activities in the region are closed by the government in Burma.


 The International Union is playing a big role in supporting the cause of Muslim minorities in Burma, through periodic data issued and the firm positions taken by them.


 He pointed out that the Union has an essential role in the education of scholars and clerics in Burma, to pursue their role in the advancement of the nation, through the rhetoric and the Imamate and support educational fields. 


He stressed that there is a deliberate scheme by Buddhists to eliminate the minority Rohingya, and this is reflected by preventing all activities that lead to the creation of civilization and science and evolution.