Thailand:Surin calls on Asean to act on Rohingya _But in Thailand NO ENTRY for Bengali Muslim(Rohingya)

Maybe Thailand is afraid to get more Problems In South Thailand by taking Rohyngias.Also Malaysia Denied  onLetter from OIC to take the Bengai Muslim(Rohyngia)

photo by Jamila Begum


Escalating violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state deserves the urgent attention of Asean and the international community, Asean secretary-general Surin Pitsuwan told the Bangkok Post Sunday yesterday.

Mr Surin said he is renewing his call for Asean to act, otherwise there is a serious risk that the country’s Rohingya population will become radicalised.

Violent clashes between the Buddhist Rakhine and Muslim Rohingya communities have claimed the lives of at least 150 people since June.

In August, Mr Surin sent a letter to all Asean foreign ministers urging them to meet and address the Rohingya issue. The Asean chair, headed by Cambodian Foreign Minister Hor Nam Hong, called a meeting of the ministers. However, Myanmar refused the meeting and said the situation was under control. read all

In recent days, a surge of sectarian violence in western Myanmar has left at least 67 people dead and scores more wounded. Authorities have imposed emergency rule in the face of continued tension in the region.

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