One of the members of the World Assembly of Muslim scholars expressed his regret about the massacre of Muslims and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
The member of the World Assembly of Muslim scholars, Ayatollah Muhammad Vaez Zadeh Khorasani expressed his regret about the massacre of Muslims and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The religious scholar lambasted the silence of international foundations and appreciated Iran’s reaction toward the plight.
“Islamic Republic of Iran was literally active regarding the ongoing human right violations,” Ayatollah Muhammad Vaez Zadeh Khorasani underscored.
The member of the World Assembly of Muslim scholars underlined the necessity of practical solution for this crisis and called on all human rights organizations and international foundation to move against the plight.
“It is incumbent upon General Secretary of the Union of Islamic Communities and other prominent officials to visit Myanmar, “Ayatollah Vaez Zadeh Khorasani underlined.
According to recent reports, Muslims in Myanmar are in a tragic situation.
Reports say 650 of the nearly-one-million Rohingya Muslims have been killed since June 28 during clashes in the western region of Rakhine. This is while 1,200 others are missing and 90,000 more have been displaced.