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5 peace Nobel Prize laureates urged Aung San SuuKyi to solve Rohingya mass massacre

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5 peace Nobel Prize laureates urged Aung San SuuKyi to solve Rohingya mass massacre5 peace Nobel Prize laureates urged Aung San SuuKyi to solve Rohingya mass massacre

News24xx.com -  Five women that get Nobel laureates urged the de facto leader of Burma, Aung San SuuKyi, who are silent and just seeing ethnic cleaning happens on the Rohingya Muslim community in her country to make an act.


"We are devastated, sad and worried watching your stillness to the minority Rohingya... they were executed, removed by force, detained, raped and subjected to other sexual assaults. Their villages are burned, civilians attacked the UN proclaimed makes the ethnic cleansing," said five Nobel Nobel Peace Prize through the open letter to Aung San SuuKyi.


They added that what befell the minority Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State is an attack against humanity.


The fifth Nobel Peace Laureate urged SuuKyi to lift the talk and defending the rights of citizens of the Rohingya are Mairead Maguire (Nobel Peace Prize 1976 from Northern Ireland), Joy Williams (1997, United States), Shirin Ebadi (2003, Iran), LeymahGbowee (2011, Liberia) and Tawakkol Karman (2011, Yemen).


In the last two weeks, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya citizens left Rakhine State to neighboring Bangladesh to avoid a wave of violence following the attacks byRohingyamilitiasagainst police outposts at the end of August 2017.


The action of the militia replied with a military operation by Myanmar officials are said to be 'cleanup operations against terrorists'.


The fifth Nobel Peace Laureate told Aung San Suu Kyi's time now to take a stand over this crisis, gave the rights of full citizenship to the Rohingya people, and stop the persecution against civilians who are not sinners.

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