Why the Pope couldn't say 'Rohingya

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Why the Pope couldn't say 'Rohingya
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The United Nations has repeatedly accused Myanmar of systematic ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya Muslims of Rakhine state. The UN has observed that its military has murdered children, raped women and burnt down villages. More than 620,000 people have fled their homes. In the refugee camps on the borders of Bangladesh, this is a sad testimony to human diplomacy and governance. My call for action is simply: Let's love humanity and go beyond parochial, national and self-interests, this embracing of other human beings is the true nature of the teachings of religion. This was what the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) like his predecessors Abraham and Jesus stood for.

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