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In the Jakarta message, tens of thousand Indonesians are protesting against the brutalization of Rohingya Muslims in Burma.
On Wednesday, several thousand Muslims from Indonesia singing "Allahu Akbar" demonstrated in Kenya against the 1.1 million Rohingya people in Burma. Armed forces repression came after the Rohingya fighters attacked the Burma military and law enforcement in August. It was a tranquil experience, despite several dozens of protesters attempting to break through policing barriers and razors about 200 meters from the Burma ambassadors.
Several demonstrators stomped on the poster of Burma's leader, former Burma detainee Aung San Suu Kyi, and others beckoned with anti-Buddhist signs. Protestant groups in Jakartahelped are bringing down the Jakarta Christian-Chinese gubernatorial leader early this year - an implied challange for the administration, as the latter was an associate of former gubernator Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, who is now in two years in prison for offending the Koran.
She is now claiming that tens of thousand willing to volunteer to Burma. However, at the beginning of the year, Fuehrer Habib Rizieq escaped to Saudi Arabia after being accused under Indonesia's anti-porn legislation of bawdy pictures he had supposedly shared with a female via WhatsApp.
Pakistan, Turkey are discussing the emergency situation of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar at the OIC peak.
Pakistani Prime Minister Mamnoon Hussain and his fellow Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday debated the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. On the fringes of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting on the topic of scientific and technological cooperation, the two heads of government gathered in Astana, Kazakhstan. Picture of Pakistani Prime Minister Mamnoon Hussain.
Erdogan praised Islamabad's contribution to the elimination of terrorism and the re-establishment of regional harmony and promised his country's assistance in Pakistan's effort to find a peaceful solution to the Afghanistan crisis, Zakaria said. Irrespective of this, President Hussain said at the OIC Council that Islamic nations around the world should work together to develop S&T to face the challenge of the new age.
Hussain stressed the need for a stronger focusing of the Islamic community on the improvement of rural productivity and the development of agritechnology. "It will be possible to concentrate on higher learning and research in new areas of S&T with sound educational underpinnings and a qualified, sound workforce," the US Chairman said.
"the unification of the mulim umma is very important for the growth, wealth and secure futures of the new generation." Regretting that in recent century Islamic lands have not paid much thought to the issue of formation, the US Chairman added that it is vital for Islamic peoples to "revive the gold age of education" in the fields of politics and socioeconomics.