Stop the ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

20 Sep

Stop the ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

What is happening to the Rohingya in Myanmar right now is planned, deliberate and targeted. It is the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. It is ethnic cleansing.

We can now confirm that at least 80 inhabited sites have been set alight by the Myanmar’s security forces and vigilante mobs. Entire villages have been burnt to the ground.

Since the 25th  August around 412,000 people have fled Myanmar to nearby Bangladesh, making this the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. 80 percent of those fleeing are women and children, and many are badly injured.

There are reports of brutal violence and killings.

Not only are the security forces using violence to drive the Rohingya away, but they are shooting people at random as they try to escape. The nightmare continues at the border of Bangladesh, where landmines have been placed, posing a deadly threat to the Rohingya who have already faced so much violence.

This is ethnic cleansing which amounts to crimes against humanity. These are systematic and coordinated attacks, and the Commander in Chief has the power to stop it.

Sign the petition and demand that the Commander in Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing:

  • Immediately end the military’s campaign of violence and human rights abuses.
  • Ensure free and unimpeded access to Rakhine state to humanitarian actors, the UN, independent journalists and human 

We will continue to send your signatures to the Chief Commander. We won’t stop until the violence stops. Join the action now.

You will send the below email to  Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing

Dear Senior General,

I urge you and your military to end the violence and human rights violations in Myanmar. Also, I call on you to ensure a free access to Rakhine available to personnel of the United Nations, humanitarian organisations, independent journalists and other relevant personnel

Yours sincerely,