Burma Task Force deplores today's murder of Rohingya leader Mohibullah and urges the Bangladeshi authorities to conduct a credible investigation into these tragic events. International community organizations should also work to advocate for refugee camp security that protects all Rohingya from such violence..
Amnesty International’s Kristian Hulaas Sunde conducted an interview with U Kyaw Hla Aung, a 75-year old attorney, who has been repeatedly jailed by Burma for his peaceful political work. Mr. Aung states that his work is for everyone, and therefore he is not a hero for the Rohingya. Certainly, the credo that “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” supports Mr. Aung’s wishes, as his fights against injustice will support justice everywhere.
Read the Amnesty International interview with U Kyaw Hla Aung here.