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More Than 200 Myanmar Nationals Protest Oppression Of Muslims

Last update: 30/11/2013
 
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 29 (Bernama) - More than 200 Myanmar nationals marched to the Myanmar Embassy here today to send a memorandum of protest against the oppression of Muslims in the country.

President of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Islamic Organisations (MAPIM) Mohd Azmi Abdul Hamid said the memorandum urged the Myanmar government to act against Buddhist extremists who oppressed Muslims.

"The Myanmar government must act against the Buddhist extremists," he told reporters after putting the memorandum in the embassy mailbox after the representatives refused to come out.

The Myanmar nationals had gathered after Friday prayers at Tabung Haji building and then marched to the Myanmar Embassy in Jalan Mengkuang.

They carried banners with the words 'Stop Insulting Islam' and 'Respect Each Other and Every Religion' and shouted 'Allahu Akbar' (Allah Is Great).....

 
 
 

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