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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Gambia: 'Gambia Launches Myanmar Case to Awaken Conscience of World'

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The Point (Banjul)
30 November 2020


Reporting on the state of the human rights case filed at the International Court of Justice in The Hague against Myanmar for acts of genocide perpetrated against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, the Minister of Justice of The Gambia, Dawda Jallow reminded the meeting that the case was launched 'to awaken the conscience of the world' in support of the rights of the Rohingya.

Minister Jallow made the remarks while updating the 47th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC in Niamey, Niger on Friday.

"The case represents the OIC's strong commitment to the Islamic teaching of brotherhood, justice and accountability for human rights violations," he said, stressing that the move was among the noblest initiatives ever of the Islamic organisation.

While outlining the successes registered thus far in litigating the case with the support of a US-based international advocacy firm, the Minister appealed to member states to "urgently double up" on financial contributions to the legal fees of the case.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Rohingya group slams Myanmar panel's denial of genocide

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Riyaz ul Khaliq
ANKARA
21.01.2020
A Rohingya advocacy group on Tuesday hit out at a Myanmar government-backed commission report that denied there was any genocide of the persecuted community.

In a statement, Europe-based Free Rohingya Coalition (FRC) slammed the findings of Myanmar’s Independent Commission of Enquiry that there is “no” or “insufficient” evidence to establish the genocidal intent behind Myanmar’s destruction of the Rohingya community.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Why Are Old Myanmar-Israel Military Links Under New Scrutiny?


A closer look at another round of scrutiny on defense collaboration between the two sides.

Last week, media reports surfaced that Myanmar military officials had attended an Israeli military expo, in spite of human rights issues that had led Israel to restrict aspects of security collaboration between the two countries. While the specifics remain unclear, the reports have nonetheless contributed to yet another round of scrutiny on the defense aspect of Israel-Myanmar cooperation.

Bangladesh PM Slams Myanmar Over Rohingya Deadlock

The Globe Post
by Staff Writer
June 10, 2019

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has slammed Myanmar for delays in the repatriation of Rohingya refugees who fled violence in the neighboring country.

Some 740,000 Rohingya took shelter in fetid, overcrowded camps in Bangladesh after Myanmar’s military drove them over the border in a brutal 2017 crackdown.
Many still fear for their safety if they return to Myanmar, where the Muslim minority has faced decades of repression and erosion of rights.
But the Bangladeshi prime minister’s comments late Sunday are a sign that the country’s patience is wearing thin.

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