The Myanmar ruler overthrows the Muslims overturning the UN session.


Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize winner, is the leader of the Myanmar government and her rank is a parliamentary council and she is also Myanmar’s foreign minister.
Myanmar’s leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has stopped attending the United Nations General Assembly’s meeting in New York next week and continues to blame for the rape genocide of the Rohingya community in the country.
Suu Kyi has triggered her travels abroad due to a call by international institutions demanding that the emperors of Myanmar, particularly military commanders, be fooled in court to respond to charges against the massacre of Rohingya community members in the state of Rakhine.
The new wave of rape against Rohohingya Muslims has slowed down since 25th August last year. So far, the crime has led to more than six thousand Muslims murdered and injured thousands of others while others around eighty have been forced to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
UN General Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein has said that the crimes committed by Buddhists in Myanmar’s empire against the Muslim community of Rohingya are genocide.
Al Hussein emphasizes that there is an urgency to reach various parts of the country and to investigate the violence done by the Myanmar government against Muslims.
International Criminal Court ICC has said it is about to initiate an investigation into the violence committed to the Muslims community of Rohingya.

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