‘Burma Muslim massacre’: JI calls on government to lodge protest

Published: July 21, 2012
Munawar Hassan urges government to submit requisition to UN to ponder over the situation.  PHOTO: INP/ FILE

Munawar Hassan urges government to submit requisition to UN to ponder over the situation. PHOTO: INP/ FILE

LAHORE: Expressing deep regret over the “massacre and inhumane treatment” being accorded to the Burmese Muslim community in Myanmar, Jamaat-e-Islami  (JI) chief Syed Munawar Hasan demanded the Pakistani government to call the Myanmar ambassador and lodge a severe protest against it.

In a statement issued on Saturday, the party chief demanded that Pakistan should also submit a requisition to summon a General Assembly session in the United Nations to ponder over the situation in Myanmar.

He deplored that more than 4 million Muslims were facing terrorism and fanaticism in its extreme form but the international community had turned a blind eye to the issue. “Hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Myanmar are being forced to turn away from Islam and migrate to other countries,” he added.

He appealed to the international community to play its due role to safeguard the fundamental human rights in Myanmar as such incidents were a slap on the so-called civilised world society.

He also called on the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) to take immediate measures to stop the massacre in Myanmar.

He further said that the UN should give up its double standard against the Muslim community and take notice of the violation of basic human rights in Myanmar.

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Reader Comments (101)

  • Mubeen Ahmad
    Jul 21, 2012 - 9:57PM

    at last someone realized


  • Arijit Sharma
    Jul 21, 2012 - 9:58PM

    I am with the Maulana on this. Pakistan MUST register a protest. The Rohingias, who are essentially East Pakistanis are the responsibility of the State of Pakistan. Pakistan MUST offer the Rohingias the right of return – to Pakistan.


  • Truth Teller
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:04PM

    What about the Pakistanis killed by Pakistanis! First put our house in order before crticizing others. Story of JI they are more bothered about Palestinians, Kashmiris, etc instead of Pakistanis.


  • Rafi Ka Deewana
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:08PM

    Torturing civilians can’t be justifies regardless of the faith or ethnicity/ The problem is, ‘Muslims’ have made themselves equal to a naughty boy who gets blamed regardless of who is at fault. Unfortunately, the world has become insensitive to the killings of the Muslims. It only sees killing by the Muslims. Who is to blame? Well, you don’t need to be rocket scientist to figure that out.


  • realist
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:08PM

    @Arijit Sharma:

    Most likely, they will not accept the offer to return to Pakistan.


  • anybodyagree
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:09PM

    why not JI protesting of Pakistani Muslims massacre by TTP . . . .????


  • Umer
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:11PM

    Drama queens. They encourage and support persecution of minorities in Pakistan yet complain about other countries. Bunch of hypocrites. Let JI speak against Blasphemy law and then we’ll see how sincere they are regarding human rights.


  • Mj
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:34PM

    If Burma Muslims are facing massacre then Pakistani shias are facing genocide. Why won’t Munawwar sahib say something against that?


  • BlackJack
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:35PM

    Leaving aside the condition of minorities in Pakistan, if you are so concerned, why doesn’t Pakistan then offer to take in the Rohingya? I am sure they will be most grateful, as will Myanmar, and the rest of the international community. Seems to be a far more effective step than empty protests which nobody will give time of day to.


  • RS
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:35PM

    Arijit Sharma you really have sense of humor. Matter of discussion is Burmies Muslim not Calcata converts.


  • Khalid
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:39PM

    And nothing about Syrian muslims?


  • Cautious
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:43PM

    Why not make a direct appeal to China your supposed best buddy — they are the only friends that Myanmar has and likely the one with the most leverage.


  • Nasir Mahmood
    Jul 21, 2012 - 10:47PM

    This is not only JI’s concern but should be every Muslim’s. Pakistan Govt should take this matter to the UN.


  • Typical hypocrite mulla
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:25PM

    minority killing,abduction and force convertion is high in pakistan..wounder what this mulla want to say about that ?? Thats why the whole world hate them


  • amalgam
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:31PM

    well when will guys realize about conditions of minorities in pakistan ?
    any muslim country has no right to protest against burna killings as these happen on daily basis in their own houses.


  • Fundyar
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:35PM

    Oh please, JI you have no right! Recommend

  • Aik-Paki
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:39PM

    If any other mionority is under fire or killed in the same way then west will make all the hue and cry. Now these are Muslim Burmies and no one in the world talked about it. Even OIC is quiet as OIC is also under the influence of West. OIC need permission from US and other Western countries before speaking. There is no justice and bodies like UN are also puppets of the West. At least Pakistani government should protest on this situation.


  • LOL
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:49PM

    Can anyone please tell me how much arms does POF still sells to Burmies govt.? I remember pakistani govt was selling land mines in the 80’s that the Burmies govt were using to stop cross border traffic of the same Rohingias.


  • Jul 21, 2012 - 11:53PM

    Some Pakistanis are more concerned about Muslims in other places like Burma, Palestine and many other foreign lands but do not fight for the rights of Pakistani Muslims who are suffering for last 65 year under the cruel rule of the feudals and super-rich who live in palaces.


  • True Muslim Paki
    Jul 21, 2012 - 11:57PM

    Pakistan should send its Army to Burma to restore secure muslims there. What`s the point in being a lone Muslim nuclear power when we cant even protect muslims.


  • saeed
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:07AM

    I wish they care about Pakitsani as much they care about Muslim.


  • Vishal
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:14AM

    What about Percicution of Non-Muslim minorities in Islamic Countries??
    Will any Pakistani will ever speak against that??

    IF U Can Kill and Percicute ur Minorities,don’t expect charity from others.
    Myanmar is a buddist majority country.How many Pakistanis Muslims had protest and raise voice against Demilition of Bamiyan Budha by Taliban??
    Probably no one,as it was demolition of Idol,pious act for Allah.
    Then Why Buddhist can’t demolish Mosque and Kill Muslims??


  • Usman Khan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:15AM
  • Iqbal
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:19AM

    Totally agree with this gentlemen. However, why does he not express same concerns when minorities in Pakistan are given same treatment? If he is under the impression that Muslims are more superiour then other religions then his logic and argument does not stand ground.


    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:22AM

    JI should take care of their “brothers” in Balochistan first.


  • Mwaqar
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:26AM

    JI forgets the killings of Bengalis who were also their muslim brothers,they never protested against taliban cruelties,about suicide bombers who are everyday killing muslims and they never protested against the genocide of shias in Pakistan,discrimination against christens,ahmadis,hindues in Pakistan,but they are protesting against the one incident in Burma,think about your own home first then worry about others.Recommend

  • Khurram
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:27AM

    @Nasir Mahmood: “This is not only JI’s concern but should be every Muslim’s. Pakistan Govt should take this matter to the UN.”
    Please do not expect anybody in the UN would care to listen us until we stop the Muslims killing the Muslims in our own country and this must be our concern first and foremost.


  • entropy
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:32AM

    This affair has got nothing to do with Pakistan. It’s time we learnt to mind our own business


  • Vishal
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:43AM

    If Pakistan think that they can stop Myanmar through International Community,They r wrong as there is no democracy in Myanmar and have propar Diplomatic relationship only with China and Some cultural relation with India.
    And one more thing,do’t ever do blunder of announcing “Jihad” against Myanmar as it will only harm Rohingya Muslims more.
    Better ask Rohingya Muslims to obey Myanmar laws rathar that “Allah’s Law” in Myanmar,same as Non Mslims minorities in Islamic nations r expected to obey islamic rules.


  • Mwaqar
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:50AM

    @Arijit Sharma:
    300 Shia Muslim 7 Ahmadiyya Muslims some Sunni Muslims target killed by LeJ-ASWJ terrorists so far in 2012 alone JI DIDN’T PROTEST,Secondly you mentioned about those muslims were former East Pakistani,please study the history,JI was involved in the murder of innocent Bengali in 1971 who were also Muslims.


  • Usman
    Jul 22, 2012 - 12:58AM

    These hypocrites never lodged a protest against the persecution of muslims & minorities by political islamists in Pakistan.


  • Abubakar
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:06AM

    Please first protest about killings of Muslims in Pakistan by TTP and other factions which are targeting hazara’s, shia’s, sunni’s. First stop the massacre of muslims in your country and then talk about Burma muslims.


  • Sudheer
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:07AM

    Ha ha ha ha ha, wonderful reply to Arjit Sharma. He was sarcastic, but, you have beaten him with a handsome margin!!!


  • mystreeman
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:10AM

    What about the killings of Baloch Muslims? JI is myopic.


  • A Jamal
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:24AM

    What a pitty and shame that rather supporting the righteous cause, appeal and a logical demand by JI (whoever else even would have demanded) we are on taunts and in dragging the matters with whatever have happened in past at other places / regions.
    Had there been one minority burnt in Pakistan, we would have been receiving foreign delegates in-person or their remarks, statement and condemnation with severe threats of repurcussions. But, as the matter is of Muslims, no problem and nothing of concern for any of the champions of Human Rights and International Community. Moment of shame for Muslim Ummah.


  • khan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:24AM

    At least and i mean it at least condemn something done by the TTP and other banned organizations….


  • FU
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:29AM

    Pakistan is a joke and nobody takes them seriously at international stage. Pakistan and human rights in the same line seriously. Are you kidding me?


  • DEE
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:34AM

    JI calls on government to lodge protest and makes numerous fake images to support their argument. PATHETIC!


  • Abdullah
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:35AM

    All muslim countries should stop trade with burma and lodge strong protest against that killings.OIc should play leading role. Also Bangladesh government has to accept fleeing burma muslims to their country and give them relief with camps, shelter and food because they are bengalis origin and bangladesh has a border with them and than ask all muslim countries to send aid to bagladesh to distribute them in their camps. May Allah help all muslims. ameen


  • Muhammed Syed
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:36AM

    As a Muslim I despise the murder of any “human”; be it Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Jew, Ahmedi, etc. But when killers start protesting, I lose it. JI first fix the problem in Pakistan. Muslims are getting killed by Muslims, why don’t anyone protest them!! Such double standards!!. No one is safe in a land where Children and Women are being slaughtered in the name of religion. What about the Shi’a killing or Ahmedi killing in Pakistan. What is happening in Burma should be condemned, but the same should apply for the killings in Bahrain, Syria, Quetta, Karachi, Saudi Arabia, Iran…JI be realistic for once!!


  • Rao
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:43AM

    Moulana Sahib, Be careful. This area you not travelled, or trekked. Pls allow pakistanis to lead their life!


  • Rationalist
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:53AM

    While they are shedding crocodile tears for Burmese Muslims, will they also demand that half a million Pakistani urdu speakers in Bangladesh who have been living a miserable life in refugee camps for the past 40 years? Then how about demandind that China stop the genocide of Uighur Muslims? Are the Pakistanis stuck in BD and Uighur Muslims not muslim enough for JI to raise its voice in support of them?


  • Khan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:56AM

    Munawwar sahb, Turn your eyes toward your own home and show some humanity by lodging a protest against rampant Shia and Ahmadi killings


  • Rizwan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:57AM

    Maulana sahib. First voice your concerns about the sectrarian stuff that your kind are whipping up in the country. Put a stop to that and then point fingers.


  • khan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:59AM

    Maybe JI can pay for them to fly to Pakistan or Pakistan can fight burma now


  • Jul 22, 2012 - 2:02AM

    Atleast JI has the guts to speak, i am astonished no other political parties have come forward for it. Irrespective of their past JI’s stances are getting good day by day


  • Saleem
    Jul 22, 2012 - 2:10AM

    What hypocrisy. Mr Qazi has been silent on the murder of Shias, Ahmadis etc.


    Jul 22, 2012 - 2:50AM

    JI needs yet another non-issue to seek some relevance in the political system. Why doesn’t it condemn the religiously moitvated violence in Pakistan first and then start ;looking outward… such hypocrisy.


  • Faiza
    Jul 22, 2012 - 2:55AM

    One word, HYPOCRITE!


  • Spud
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:10AM

    @anybodyagree: You are spot on. Why doesn’t their concern for the plight of Rohingyas extend to murders of Shia and Ahmadi Muslims.


  • Kailash
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:47AM

    Looks like after ARABs(Iran Ayotollahs) Pakistani mullahs are torch bearers to save Muslims from world of infidels


  • Kailash
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:51AM

    As long as Muslims kill other Muslims, that is fine with these mullahs. be it Taliban or al Qaeda. But not infidels.


  • roma
    Jul 22, 2012 - 4:24AM

    pakistan has a direct border with xinjiang province of china – that state used to have a Muslim majority but now with inhuman measures it is a Muslim minority – what did pakistan , leader in the muslim world do ? -nothing !


  • Ilyad
    Jul 22, 2012 - 5:11AM

    Seriously, did it hurt? …and what about when your brethren brandishes violence against Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus etc.


  • SaqibTahir
    Jul 22, 2012 - 5:16AM

    Jamaat Islami leaders are on trial in Bengladesh for war crimes. Killings in Burmese riots are no more than few hundred as compared to millions massacred by jamaat’s al-badar and al-shamas militias. Recommend

  • W2theK
    Jul 22, 2012 - 5:34AM

    What about the massacre in Syria where muslims are killing other muslims in the thousands??? Recommend

  • Indo-Australin with Pakistani Name
    Jul 22, 2012 - 6:00AM

    DId he protest when Taliban were blowing Bamiyan Buddha statue??


  • bangash
    Jul 22, 2012 - 6:15AM

    JI and its leadership are certifiable.


  • TightBanian
    Jul 22, 2012 - 6:29AM

    Every minority and Islamic subsect are suffering the same plight in Pakistan. What is so special about the Burmese?


  • Syed Shah
    Jul 22, 2012 - 6:31AM

    This is the first good thing JI is doing. Who says minorities are persecuted in Pakistan? They are not. Ask any Hindu of Pakistan how well he is treated and lives so comfortably in Pakistan. See how they dominate professions!

    It is just propaganda against Muslims and Pakistan that holds no water. India has conducted hundreds and thousands of pogroms which it is an expert in pushing under the carpet and no body talks about it.

    It is also a notorious breaker of the international laws and has invaded and conquered illegally Hyderabad, Kashmir, Juna Gadh and Daman and Deu. Pakistan has done nothing of the sort. Yes guys like TTP have given a bad name to Pakistan but even they have not been harmful to Hindus or minorities but to Muslims themselves.

    So Mr. Umer’s accusation is not based on facts but heresay and propaganda.


  • Mard-e-Haq
    Jul 22, 2012 - 6:44AM

    The JI should lobby the government of Pakistan to resettle Rohingya Muslims in Karachi. It’s the Islamic thing to do and shows Islamic compassion. Otherwise, talk is cheap.


  • Singh
    Jul 22, 2012 - 7:29AM

    Start from home first.Recommend

  • Ilyad
    Jul 22, 2012 - 7:51AM

    @Nasir Mahmood: so when Ahmadis, Hindus and Christians are killed in Pakistan then a UN action would be acceptable?


  • chandran
    Jul 22, 2012 - 8:03AM

    how about Hazara and Shia killing quetta will JI take the matter to UN


  • V. C. Bhutani
    Jul 22, 2012 - 8:03AM

    I see no reason to applaud the attitude of the JI. In ke kaan pe joon nahin rengi when non-Sunni Muslims in Pakistan were being victimized and are still being victimized. Especially, the Shia-Sunni dispute dates from the time of Hazrat Ali. No early end of this dispute is either visible or possible, except that Shias and Sunnis should not live in the same Islamic country.
    The Rohingyas have lived in Myanmar (Burma) for generations and have a right to both residence and naionality of that country. Everything should be done to ensure that they get their proper due.
    At the same time, JI should cure itself of its selective advocacy of some causes.
    V. C. Bhutani, Delhi, India, 22 July 2012, 0833 IST


  • Raj
    Jul 22, 2012 - 8:14AM

    What about Pakistan’s Shia Muslims Massacre?


  • erudite
    Jul 22, 2012 - 8:53AM

    several Pakistanis are massacred and are treated inhumanely in the name of sect or ethnicity .. several Pakistani soldiers are killed by banned groups. why on earth JI is mum over all these incidents..and something which is not verified by any source other than mullahs or Islamist groups is inflicting this much concern for JI.


  • mr. righty rightist
    Jul 22, 2012 - 9:07AM

    @Ajit Sharma

    Why would those Muslims come to Pakistan? Pakistan is the worst place on earth!!


  • mr. righty rightist
    Jul 22, 2012 - 9:14AM

    Did the JI protest the killings of Uyghers by Han Chinese? Why Dear Diesel, no courage to talk against China?

    @Mohammed Syed, are you not being hypocritical? Why not protest the atrocities against Tibetans by Chinese? Why not the genocide of Tamils by Sri Lankans?

    And MAINLY when you protest the burning down of a train of Hindus by MUSLIMS in GUJRAT?


  • mr. righty rightist
    Jul 22, 2012 - 9:15AM

    To Pakistanis :

    Does this really work? Does JI manage to get some votes based on such slogans?


  • realist
    Jul 22, 2012 - 9:55AM

    Thank God, Burma does not share a border with Pakistan! Burma is indeed blessed.


  • Knotty
    Jul 22, 2012 - 9:57AM

    As a Pakistani, I fully agree. We should lodge a strong protest, but only on humanitarian basis.
    We should also raise voice for non-Muslim civilians who are suffering.
    This way we can strengthen forces of peace around the world. When a non-Muslim raises voice for Burmese Muslims, it will have more credibility. Same way, when we speak for non-Muslims, it will create harmony and bring peace!


  • Syed Azeem
    Jul 22, 2012 - 10:29AM

    JI will always bank in on popular issues. they have never condemned the shia genocide in the country and never gone to such lengths as they are doing. they wouldn’t even hold a token protest.


  • Pollack
    Jul 22, 2012 - 10:53AM

    Does JI wants the Pakistan army to drop the Islamic bomb on Burma?


  • Jul 22, 2012 - 12:15PM


    Who told you Ahmadis are Muslims they being cleared as Non Muslims


  • Noise
    Jul 22, 2012 - 1:50PM

    The laws of Pakistan are the work of fallible men. It is not divine law no matter how much you wish it were. Man’s evil is the cause of most of this world’s misery. Only God has the right to judge the truth of another faith.


  • TightBanian
    Jul 22, 2012 - 2:03PM

    Dear Bearded-Ones, how come you protest so little when Muslims kill Muslims? In Syria there is a massacre happening at the hands of a tyrant who does not want to give up his lavish lifestyle. Not a peep was heard from any of you Bearded Ones. Why?


  • Akram Virk
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:26PM

    They are your brothers also. What are you doing about Baluchistan? Just pointing fingers on others. This is what you are practicing. What a shame.


  • Akram Virk
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:28PM

    @Typical hypocrite mulla:
    What small world you have? A tiny mind.


  • Akram Virk
    Jul 22, 2012 - 3:32PM

    Pakistan was not a Joke but You made it a joke.


  • SAK
    Jul 22, 2012 - 4:41PM

    Pakistan First…..


  • FDR
    Jul 22, 2012 - 11:21PM

    Dear MULLAH g first use your considerable resources to stop the sectarian violence in your own country, THEN talk about others! Recommend

  • Rizwan Hasan
    Jul 22, 2012 - 11:24PM

    Un believeable comments by some of you above, no bad treatement, killing or un justice at one place can justify it at an other place. People make mistakes, un justice happen every where it does not give any body right to take law in their own hand and start killing people, no matter what religion, race or colour they are. We all should stand together againt un justice where ever it happen, currently it is happening in Burma, where muslims are being killed without any reason and we should stop it ASAP and we should condenm the act.


  • Arish
    Jul 23, 2012 - 2:09AM

    Pakistan/Pakistani politicians should be worried about what all is happening within its domain under the banner of Islam rather than being a proponent for Muslim international affairs. We cant seem to celebrate EID on the same damn day as the rest of the Muslim “Rubber Stamp Ummah”…but are worried about the state of other Muslims. Get over Kashmir, Shia, Sunni, Beralvi, HariPagree differences first…[email protected] Pakistan “demanding”…i am sorry what is Pakistans status globally? Living of US charity banking on the Islamic Bomb…hahahahah..(for the record i am a Pakistani not an Indian mascara-ding as one)


  • Jag Nathan
    Jul 23, 2012 - 2:31AM

    While demanding action on the plight of Muslims in Myanmar, Syed Munawar Hasan and JI should also demand protection of Muslims in Pakistan from the acts of the vaunted Pakistani Army. The JI should demand the United Nations take notice of the situation in Karachi and the genocide going on Baluchistan in which the Pakistani army and government of course plays a prominent role. To this list JI should add the atrocities committed by the Pakistani Army and Air force that has no qualms using air force jets and helicopter gunships to strafe and murder innocent Muslims all in the name of fighting terrorism. The JI primary responsibility is to the Muslims in Pakistan and not Myanmar.


  • a hosain
    Jul 23, 2012 - 5:45AM

    300000 pakistani stranded in bangladesh wants to come pakistan. for the last 40 years they are crying to come to pakistan. they are languishing in the refugee camp in bangladesh. they fought and actively co operate with pakistan army againist bengla. pakistan why you are not taking your own citizen.


  • Naeem Siddiqui
    Jul 23, 2012 - 6:45AM

    A sincere suggestion to JI and Maulana!

    Ask to Saudis to speak about Mynamar’s muslims plight because Saudis are too ‘close’ to American.


  • Naveed Javed
    Jul 23, 2012 - 10:40AM

    Playing with Religious emotions- Story of JI


  • Jul 23, 2012 - 12:19PM

    @anybodyagree: You are 101 percent correct. Salams


  • Rahman
    Jul 23, 2012 - 6:52PM

    I fully understand and feel the agony of Burmese Muslims because we are almost going through same situation in Pakistan. It may not be of the same scale but Pakistani Ahmadi and Shia and other minorities are suffering same mental and physical trauma. May Allah safeguard and protect Burmese Muslims and all other who are suffering on the name of religion or ethnicity. All these aggressors, either Pakistani, Indian, Burmese, American or Israelis are same in nature, only different in looks. Some uses religion and some uses ethnic or political excuse to kill innocent people who differ with them.


  • 1984
    Jul 23, 2012 - 7:28PM

    Lets leave the state of minorities,ahmadis and shias in Pakistan for a moment…

    Could this JI leader please answer us why he never spoke against the Chinese govt slaughtering of Uighur Muslims in Xingjang province where the death toll ranges anywhere between 1,000 to 33,000

    C’mon,Protest against China…Recommend

  • Toddler
    Jul 23, 2012 - 7:52PM

    Aung San Suu Kyi was given a nobel peace prize by Hillary Clinton not to long ago. Anywhere we see opression against people, it is mostly backed or empowered by Zio-American establishments through puppet regimes, thats why they remain quite about it. Weather its Myanmar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia or Pakistan, their respective governments tend to stay quite about it because they’re doing it to show obedience to their western masters. As for Munawwar Hassan, your tongue does not have the courage to speak when people in your own country are massacred with heads chopped solely because of being shia muslims. This is a perfect definition of hypocrisy.


  • Umer
    Jul 23, 2012 - 8:29PM

    @Syed Shah:
    Blatant denial is an old JI trick from opposing creation of Pakistan to Al-Badr and As-Shams in Bengal to collaborating with army against sitting democratically elected government. Unfortunately for JI all of it is well documented as well as JI’s efforts over years in increasing radicalisation in Pakistan causing great harm to moderates and minorities.


  • Karella
    Jul 23, 2012 - 10:22PM

    Agreed 100%. Forget the hypocracy of not condemning Pakistani home killings, but for an organization that allegedly was the second largest contributor to the massacres in Bangladesh’s independence, to raise a voice for Bengali Burmese minority is opportunistic.

    As someone said earlier, JI leaders are being tried in Bangladesh for war-crimes. Please study that before commenting.


  • Fatima
    Jul 25, 2012 - 4:52AM

    I don’t know the past and the history of JI but this time it is doing the right thing. Muslims please unite in the cause. Be one Ummah. Support our brothers and sisters with your wealth and might. We are one body and we are suffering. Please forget the past and spend in Allah’s cause. And if you can’t do that, Pray! May Allah have mercy. Please don’t drag others down. Do what u can and leave the rest on Allah.


  • atif
    Jul 25, 2012 - 11:51PM

    At least someone is raising voice against this massacre.When we know there is media blackout then its our responsibility to spread this news as much possible if know one going to raise the voice against it the question is who will ? .Who is doing this ? .and their is lots of criticism against.What does this mean that we should even stop verbally speaking about any massacre until our own country is cleaned and rectified ? total nonsense . Its really bad time for muslims around the world and truth will prevail by the grace of Allah.


  • muhamma touqir
    Jul 28, 2012 - 12:36PM

    No words to explain my feeling….. muslim ummah is still sleeping …….where are human rights orgnisations…… if one christian is short dead , all the western press shouting and barking but they say nothing on this bulk murder………..i think i have not listen any voice from any muslim country government on this curilty….. where is oic and rabta aalam islami orgnization,,,,,,,,,,, for the Sake of God every muslim should do some to stop this murders of muslim,,,,,,,, it is not case of only Jamait Islami……… pls help beyond the politics…………….God help muslim and their governments to stop this murders….. where is Muhammad Bin Qasim…… to teach lesson to Burmaa government………..tears and tears and prayers……. I shall do help what i could do… through JI who is only highlighting this issue…. may God help and success this jamait…….Recommend

  • nida
    Aug 8, 2012 - 2:33PM

    whole world n people like u hate truth..watever the case may be in pakistan but nobody can deny the injustice meted out with the Rohingyas just because they are minority and vulnerable..atleast somebody raised voice by u people are hypocite atleast have some pain for them..
    @Typical hypocrite mulla:


  • ind
    Aug 11, 2012 - 7:36PM

    well, mullahs and munawar hussain should first rebuild the bamiyan Buddha statues in afghanistan destroyed by the muslim talibans and also apologise to the world for their misdeeds. in a little way, this will repute their credibility to speak for the Muslims persecuted in different parts of the world, if there are any. remember mullahs, what goes around comes around.
    Also before looking out, look back within your own country Pakistan, where minorities like Hindus and Christians are systematically persecuted to be coerced into adopting Islam or leave the country.
    Muslims in Burma are in a much better condition. They are not coerced into accepting another religion. They are just asked to leave the country!! Definitely, action will be taken if you don’t obey the junta, just like you take you dirty MuzziesRecommend

  • iKnowWhatuR
    Aug 14, 2012 - 8:47PM

    muslims are involved in every dispute worldwide.they have problems with christiansnin america and brittain,with hindus in india,with baudhist in burma,with jews in israel..Recommend

  • allal
    Sep 5, 2012 - 4:37AM

    In the name of God the merciful and unless we insist Muslims in Burma and Anzarethm on their enemies and mercy of their dead and brought them in Thy righteous God destroyed the enemies of Muslims everywhere O lift their banner and united their word God be merciful dead Burma and brought them roomy Jnank you bestow supplication


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