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Washing ton - The Rohingya Muslims' tribal persecution in Myanmar has not ceased despite increasing denunciation by the multinational fellowship, the Trump government said on Tuesday. The United States in November stated that the Rohingya in Rakhine State, Myanmar, are being subjected to racial and racial persecution, and the United States later issued penalties. US ambassador Sam Brownback, the US ambassador for worldwide freedom of religion, said the war continues.
"I don't think we saw any improvement there," Brownback said when he revealed the Foreign Ministry's latest year' s foreign ministry statement on the issue of global interreligious freedoms. It is estimated that some 680,000 Myanmar ans have escaped to neighbouring Bangladesh to avoid the war. Instead of reversing course, Brownback said Myanmar's agencies "doubled" by opening a new front in Kachin state.
The Myanmar government's new attack on Kachin insurgents, who for years have been fighting for greater independence, has aroused anxiety about a human rights situation in Kachin that is similar to that in the state of Rakhine. Kachin insurgents are a largely conservative ethnic group. It also highlights other US misgivings about the right to be free of religion abroad:
About 80,000 to 120,000 prisoner politicians are detained in detention centres in North Korea, some for faith. It states that detainees are being detained "in terrible conditions" in isolated areas. "Thirty-four thousand " of Uighur Muslims in China were violently sent to re-education centres in China. The Saudi Arabian government further bans the exercise of a different faith from Islam, and the paper notes a "pattern of social prejudices and discrimination" against Shia Muslims in the predominantly Shia Muslim state.
Nor did Brownback say he was inspired by recent remarks from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman about plans to broaden liberties. According to the reports, at least 17 people were sentenced to die. Foreign Secretary Mike Pompeo said at the presentation of the document that the United States would hold a world conference on the promotion of the right to religion from 25 to 26 July.
"Pompeo said, "International religious liberty is worthy of being at the forefront.