In the Name of Allah, the Most Gra­cious, the Most Mer­ci­ful.

As-salā­mu ‘alaykum wa-rah­mat­ul­lāhi wa-barakā­tuh (Peace, Bless­ings & Mer­cy of Allah be upon You).

This state­ment is being issued on the 24th of Novem­ber 2016 and super­sedes all pre­vi­ous state­ments on the sub­ject.

UN spokesman on the plight of Muslims of Myanmar:

Armed forces have been killing Rohingya in Rakhine state, forc­ing many to flee to neigh­bour­ing Bangladesh…”  said John McKissick  UN refugee agen­cy.

Unequivocal support for Muslims of Myanmar:

We sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence and acknowl­edge the free­dom and rights of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, we unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the rape of wom­en and mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty & reli­gion and call for an urgent halt to the­se atroc­i­ties.
As mus­lims we should decry the attroc­i­ties com­mit­ted again­st our broth­ers and sis­ters in Islam. As cit­i­zens of Great Britain we are ALL enti­tled to rep­re­sen­ta­tion by our MPs. This short arti­cle will, Insha’Allah, walk you through the process of engag­ing with your local MP urg­ing him/her to express your wish­es in Par­lia­ment.

 

We advise our fel­low cit­i­zens in Unit­ed King­dom to con­sid­er the fol­low­ing plan:

 

Spiritual Action Plan for Muslims in Britain:

We are Mus­lims there­fore our first reac­tion in any sit­u­a­tion should be to reflect upon our actions and to turn to Allah Ta’ala in seek­ing for­give­ness and to beseech Him for his assis­tance and help. We urge all Mus­lims in Britain to repent and make sin­cere Dua to Allah Ta’ala to help the Mus­lims in Myan­mar.

Encour­age your fam­i­ly, friends and com­mu­ni­ty to per­form indi­vid­u­al prayers and even organ­ise Qunut Nazi­lah in your com­mu­ni­ties.

Spend your mon­ey and give Sadaqah in addi­tion to your Duas to invite the Mer­cy of Allah Ta’ala.

Change your life for the bet­ter and do your best to come closer to Allah Ta’ala by ful­fill­ing His com­mand­ments and fol­low­ing the Sun­nah of Prophet Muham­mad (Peace be upon Him).

Political Action Plan for Muslims in Britain:

This short arti­cle will, Insha’Allah, walk you through the process of engag­ing with polit­i­cal and oth­er organ­i­sa­tions, and your MP urg­ing them to express your wish­es in Par­lia­ment.

Engage your MP:

 

 

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I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished online, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “…Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in the strongest terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

Also, I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights and free­dom of every indi­vid­u­al or com­mu­ni­ty or race to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.

I invite you to raise this issue in Par­lia­ment. Also, I express my wish for you to con­vey my posi­tion to ALL mem­bers of Par­lia­ment. Furthrmore, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to the For­eign Sec­re­tary, the Rt. Hon Boris John­son MP and to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly

Your Name

Engage Lord Alton of Liverpool at the House of Lords

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Dear Lord Alton of Liv­er­pool,

I am writ­ing to you because I com­mend your efforts in rais­ing the issue of Rohingya Mus­lims in the House of Lords on the 14th of Novem­ber 2016.

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished on the inter­net, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in strong terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights of all to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.

I invite you to raise this issue in the House of Lords. Furthrmore, I wish that you con­vey my posi­tion to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

 

Engage Rt. Hons. Boris Johnson MP

Dear  Rt. Hons. Boris John­son,

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished on the inter­net, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in strong terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights of all to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.

Doubtless you are aware about the plight of the Rohingya mus­lims, which has been wide­ly report­ed in the news. Kind­ly inform me about the urgent and imme­di­ate steps being tak­en by the gov­ern­ment to put an end to the atroc­i­ties in Myan­mar? I request that you esca­late my con­cerns as a British cit­i­zen to our Hon­ourable Prime Min­is­ter There­sa May as a pri­or­i­ty and to raise this issue at the first ava­ial­bale oppor­tu­ni­ty in the House of Com­mons or at PM Ques­tion Time.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.
Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

Engage Bangladesh Consulate (London)

Dear H.E Mr. Md. Naz­mul Quaunine,

cc Mr Khond­ker M Tal­ha

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished on the inter­net, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in strong terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights of all to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.
Doubtless you are aware about the plight of the Rohingya mus­lims, which has been wide­ly report­ed in the news. I am con­cerned about the actions of your Gov­ern­ment in mak­ing it dif­fi­cult for the­se refugees who are flee­ing from their home­land to enter into Bangladesh. I believe that the peo­ple and Gov­ern­ment of Bangladesh should wel­come and assist the­se refugees and not hin­der their pas­sage into your coun­try. I request that you esca­late my con­cerns as a British cit­i­zen to your Gov­ern­ment as a pri­or­i­ty.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

Engage Burmese Consulate (London)

Dear H. E. U Kyaw Zwar Minn,

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished on the inter­net, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in strong terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights of all to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.

Doubtless you are aware about the plight of the Rohingya mus­lims, which has been wide­ly report­ed in the news. I am con­cerned about the actions of your Gov­ern­ment in and the slow respon­se in con­demn­ing and more impor­tant­ly putting an imme­di­ate halt to the­se acts.  I request that you esca­late my con­cerns as a British cit­i­zen to your Gov­ern­ment as a pri­or­i­ty and ensure that bru­tal­i­ty again­st a minor­i­ty of your coun­try is stopped.

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours sin­cere­ly,

Your Name

 

Engage Amnesty International

Dear Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al,

I am writ­ing to you because I am deeply con­cerned by reports about vio­lent attacks on Rohingya mus­lims in Rakhine State, Myan­mar, which has been report­ed by the BBC and oth­er media. On the 24th Novem­ber 2016, in an arti­cle pub­lished on the inter­net, the BBC quot­ed John McKissick stat­ing that “Secu­ri­ty forces have been “killing men, shoot­ing them, slaugh­ter­ing chil­dren, rap­ing wom­en, burn­ing and loot­ing hous­es…” The­se deplorable acts of vio­lence are unac­cept­able and must be con­demned in strong terms by the British gov­ern­ment.

I want you to know that I sub­scribe to plu­ral­ism and peace­ful coex­is­tence. I acknowl­edge the rights of all to believe as they choose to believe with­out coer­cion, fear and intim­i­da­tion. There­fore, I unequiv­o­cal­ly con­demn the vio­lence again­st wom­en and chil­dren and the mur­der of Rohingya Mus­lims because of their eth­nic­i­ty and reli­gious faith. I call for an urgent halt to the­se crim­i­nal acts of vio­lence and bru­tal­i­ty.

Doubtless you are aware about the plight of the civil­ians, which has been wide­ly report­ed in the Press. I am con­cerned about your actions in con­demn­ing this geno­cide. I believe that Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al should take a stronger stance again­st this geno­cide and con­demn it unequiv­o­cal­ly.

I would also like to know as to how I can be of assis­tance and help to Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al in rais­ing aware­ness and ensur­ing that that the ter­ri­ble atroc­i­ties are halt­ed imme­di­ate­ly?

Your help and coop­er­a­tion in this mat­ter will be great­ly appre­ci­at­ed. If you have any fur­ther ques­tions please feel free to con­tact me.

Thank You,

Yours faith­ful­ly,

Your Name

Also include Amnesty Inter­na­tion­al in your Tweets and Face­book posts.

Endorse Petitions on Myanmar:

  1. Sus­pend Myan­mar Ambas­sador for Geno­cide of Rohingya Mus­lims

Engage on Social Media

  1. Ensure that on Twit­ter you use Hash­tags such as #Rohingya & #Rohingya geno­cide and con­tin­ue to Tweet to ensure that the issue receives cov­er­age and trend­ing.
  2. Join Face­book groups which are work­ing on rais­ing aware­ness and con­tin­ue to post about the issue to ensure that the issue receives cov­er­age and trend­ing.
  3. Post Videos and pho­tos of the suf­fer­ing of Rohingya on Insta­gram and oth­er Social Media out­lets