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