ISLAMABAD - Minister In-charge for National Harmony and Chairman All Pakistan Minorities Alliance, Dr Paul Bhatti has condemned the genocide of Muslims in Myanmar and termed it flagrant violation of human rights causing threat to peace, interfaith and international harmony.
He said there was dire need of interfaith, national and international harmony for the sake of peace in the world. According to an official handout issued by the ministry, Dr Bhatti said that there was not only need of interfaith and national harmony only in Pakistan but also all over the world. He requested to all the humanity and peace loving people to come forward to stop the tyranny unleashed on the Burmese Muslims.
He urged the international community to play their role to cease the genocide in Burma as it is our religious duty to support our Muslim brothers and added: No brutality in the world including genocide of Muslims in Burma and other parts of world will be tolerated.
He said the act of genocide by a community in Burma, which believed in peace, non-terrorism and love as a part of their faith is beyond understanding. They should follow their faith and themselves give up genocide of Muslims over there, he urged.