Myanmar protest in front of UN representation in Tehran
TEHERAN - University students who came together in Tehran in order to react violently attacks on the Arakanese Muslims protested in front of the UN representation.
University students who gathered in front of the UN representative in Tehran at the invitation of the University Student Association reacted to the persecution of the Myanmar government and Buddhist gangs against Arakanese Muslims.
Many students participated in protests, often shouted Takbirs, and demanded from the UN to react in accordance with the organizational goals in an expeditious manner to stop atrocities against Rohingyan.
University students who stated that if the Muslims were in unity and solidarity so they would not have this atrocity, addressed to the Islamic world to wrap the scars of Muslims in Myanmar.
Expressing that the human rights claims of the international community advocating human rights are unfounded, the students often cursed the persecution and said that it is the terrorist regime Israel and the US behind this brutality.
Demonstrators who cursed the genocide delivered a letter to the UN representatives that asked from the UN to fulfill its responsibility.
Student representatives and some of the members of Iranian parliaments addressed to the attendees.
Isfahan Shahinshahr MP Hussein Haci Ali Deligani stated that Muslims have the humanitarian responsibility as much as they have Islamic responsibility. In the frame of this responsibility, there is need the formation of a joint military force, in order to step be taken to prevent the atrocities that took place and said that the delivery of humanitarian aid should be made in order to cure their wounds.
Sharing their thoughts and feelings on the subject ez-Zahra University Department of Psychology from the 3rd-grade student Masume Rahimiyan, stated that the world is silent against the brutal murder and genocide in Myanmar.
“Nobody reacts to the living humanity drama”
Rahimiyan explained that the international community folded as the dead silence, “Nobody responses to the experienced human tragedy. Being Muslim or human is not important for them. Understanding as to giving value to the blood based on the people's color is unacceptable. Understanding of that the Europeans, the westerns blood is brighter is not acceptable. In Western countries like France and Germany, bombs are blowing and people die then they set the world on fire. Long-suffering people in Myanmar are slaughtered in the wildest way, burned alive, but no one moves a muscle, no one object to it. It does not even create an agenda. Are those not human?” (ILKHA)