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URGENT: On Sept. 16, Rally For Rohingya Muslims

Al-salamu ‘alaikum,

The U.N. refugee agency says that 123,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh in the last 10 days after the latest Burmese military attacks against the Rohingya.

There are another 400,000 Rohingya Muslims estimated to be trapped in forests and mountains as the military continues its attacks from the ground and the air.

UN aid agencies say that Burma continues to block the delivery of food, water and medicine to the Rohingya.

The Burmese always blame Rohingya for attacks they launch. This time they say an unknown group, ARSA, attacked first. However, weeks before the alleged attacks: the UN, US Congress, Amnesty International, and Burma Task Force all warned a government operation was imminent. Bangladesh even closed its border in expectation of fleeing Rohingya refugees.

Rohingyas are an indigenous people of Burma living in their ancestral lands. Their citizenship was taken away by the Burmese military in 1982. The UN regards them as ‘the most persecuted people in the world.’

Worldwide Silent Demonstration For Rohingyas

As the UN general assembly begins in mid September, Burma Task Force is calling for a day of worldwide silent demonstrations to protest the genocide of Rohingyas. The demonstrations will be held on Saturday, September 16.

If you are, or would like to, organize a demonstration in your city or locality contact us: We will help with resources!

Burma Task Force has developed Khutba Points that can be used and shared with your Imam for his Friday sermon to address the situation of the Rohingya.

Contact Today

Please tweet and contact the following ambassadors in your countries.

Nikki Haley, US Ambassador to the UN


Facebook:click here.

Scot Marciel, US Ambassador to Burma

Call: (95)- (1)-536-509,

Twitter:@USEmbassyBurma, and@scot_a_marciel

Facebook:click here.

Karen MacArthur, Canadian Ambassador to Burma

Call: (95)- (1)-384-805,

Twitter:@CanadaBurma, and@scot_a_marciel

Facebook:click here.

Andrew Patrick, UK Ambassador to Burma

Call: (95)- (0)-1-370-865,


Facebook:click here.

Christian-Ludwig Weber-Lortsch, German Ambassador to Burma   Call: (95)- (1)-548-951,

Facebook:click here.

Mohammad Sufiur Rahman, Bangladesh Ambassador to Burma Call: (95)- (1)-515-275

Ito Sarmadi, Indonesia Ambassador to Burma

Email: Call: (95)- (1)-254-465/9

Mohd Haniff Abd Rahman, Malaysia Ambassador to Burma

Email: Call: (95)- (1)-220-230

Israr Hussain, Pakistan Ambassador to Burma

Email:   Call: (95)- (1)-222-881

Haydar Kerem Divanlioglu, Turkey Ambassador to Burma

Email: Call: (95)- (1)-662-992

Sahal Moustafa Ahmed Ergesous, Saudi Arabia Ambassador to Burma

Email: Call: (95)- (1)-657-985/6


  • Ask the ambassador to demand the Burmese Commander-in-Chief to ceasefire and stop all operations.
  • Ask him to demand that emergency relief be unblocked and allowed to reach Rohingya.
  • Ask the ambassador in Burma to visit the Rohingya area.
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