Standing by Rohingya Minority Moral Responsibility -Geneva-based Human Rights Activist Says.

الجمعة 1439/4/4 هـ الموافق 2017/12/22 م واس
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Dubai, Rabi'II 4, 1439, Dec 22, 2017, SPA -- The forcible expulsion of more than 600,000 Rohingya from Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh has contributed to aggravate the dire human rights and humanitarian situation in Rakhine State, according to an international official, according to WAM.
On the occasion of the 2017 International Day of Human Solidarity observed on 20 December, the Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim has called for peace for and human solidarity with the Rohingya minority in Myanmar.
The Geneva Centre’s Chairman emphasized that international decision-makers, members States of the United Nations and NGOs have a "moral responsibility to stand in solidarity with the Rohingya minority in Myanmar and other persecuted people worldwide."
In this regard, Dr. Al Qassim stated that "the Geneva Centre took the initiative on 11 and 12 October 2017 to call upon the members of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to hold a special session in solidarity with the Rohingya people and to address the situation in Myanmar.
-- SPA
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