Monthly Archives: August 2012
I can’t forget those who lost their dear ones
I can’t forget the tears of our mothers and sisters
I can’t forget the blood of our martyrs
I can’t forget the misery our own people who have been suffering for so long…
my heart is aching and my gaze is broken
i am not able to sleep becausein my heart are the wounds of the captives and it makes me restless as if i am the captive
~ A Kashmiri….
We are all the same genetically and originate from the same place (Africa) about 60,000 years ago. Race is only skin deep. Yet race continues to violently divide us. I believe through a better understanding of our origins we may find peace with our differences and have more respect for each other.
We are gratefull to our Turkish brothers and sisters for representing the Millat in Burma in these times of great test and bloodshed. Turlish PM’s wife and the foreign minister visited Burma and delievered much needed aid to the persecuted … Continue reading
They are branded as one of the most persecuted communities in the world by the UN, yet nobody knows their name. They are the forgotten people.
Islam is a religion of peace and does not condone violence as means to impact change.
Burma has a population 75 million with the Muslim population being just 0.7 million. The Burmese Muslims have been under this affliction after 1962 when the Army usurped the power in Burma. It all started on 3rd June 2012 when … Continue reading