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Showing posts with label Letter to Editor. Show all posts
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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

LETTER: Myanmar genocide case a litmus test

BusinessDay 
16 December 2019
Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks on the second day of hearings in a case filed by Gambia against Myanmar alleging genocide against the minority Muslim Rohingya population, at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands December 11, 2019. Picture: REUTERS / YVES HERMAN


The genocide case against Myanmar is reminiscent of the ethnic cleansing in Kosovo by the populist nationalist Milosovic regime two decades ago. In that case an international coalition under Nato was prepared to stop the ethnic cleansing by bombing Yugoslavia, because it was within their sphere of influence. The US played a leading role in building a strong coalition.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Letter To Editor From Bangladesh’s Ambassador To US

eurasiareview
By Mohammad Ziauddin


In the op-ed, “Bangladesh Papering Over The Cracks At Home And Abroad,” (Nov. 1) writer Chloe Durham makes factual errors regarding Bangladesh’s 2018 election and mischaracterizes elements of Bangladesh’s civil society and media freedoms.

Contrary to Ms. Durham’s claim, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League did not win “96% of the vote.” Rather, the Awami League received 76% of the vote cast. A simple Google search would have saved Ms. Durham from this mistake. 

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Letter to the editor: Bangladesh envoy on Rohingya


ASIATIMES
By Mohammad Ziauddin
September 22, 2019

In her September 18 column Bangladesh does about-face on Rohingya, Sabria Chowdury Balland mischaracterizes Bangladesh’s handling of the Rohingya refugee crisis. Since 2017, 740,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh bringing the total number of refugees in the country to well over a million. Bangladesh generously gave them sanctuary and extended every public service it could to help them survive their ordeal, asking for nothing in return.

Balland cynically claims that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina undertook this sprawling effort to win praise as a humanitarian. This false assertion ignores her personal history and the history of Bangladesh.