Razali Surprised Asean and Malaysia Has Yet To Make Its Stand On Suu Kyi

Razali Surprised Asean and Malaysia Has Yet To Make Its Stand On Suu Kyi

SUBANG JAYA, May 19 (Bernama) — Former Malaysian Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Ex-UN Special Envoy to Myanmar Tan Sri Razali Ismail said Tuesday he was surprised that Malaysia and ASEAN countries have yet to make their stand on the issue concerning Myanmar pro-democracy and opposition icon Aung San Suu Kyi’s trial by the country’s military junta.

Razali said Suu Kyi was a well-known figure to the Malaysian and ASEAN leaders and what she had undergone was a matter of special interest not just to the Malaysians but also to the whole ASEAN people.

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Muslim countries must stop protecting TWO Buddhist terrorist governments of Myanmar and Sri Lanka

Muslim countries must stop protecting TWO Buddhist terrorist governments of Myanmar and Sri Lanka

protest against genocide sri lanka violence at sri lanka embassy 150509 14Comment: Sound similar?  Sri Lanka Buddhist terrorist government is telling  the United Nations and its member nations not to interfere in the internal affairs of the country. Becareful, Myanmar Buddhists are singing the same tune which was supported by ASEAN, China and Russia. Many STUPID Muslim countries also supported and protected at UN. Shame to you all! Remember? Those who protect criminals are also committing the CRIMES!
Saravanan also urged the Malaysian government not to support a draft resolution tabled by Sri Lanka at the United Nations calling for member nations not to interfere in the internal affairs of the country.

He said such a support for Sri Lanka would hurt the hearts of Malaysian Tamils.

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Malaysians don’t care about others

Malaysians don’t care about others

Thousands of people have gathered at the Batu Caves temple this morning to protest against the Sri Lankan government despite a police warning against the rally.

The protest rally is to voice the opposition against the war crimes perpetuated by the Sri Lankan government against innocent Tamils in its ongoing war against the LTTE.

LTTE has been fighting for a separate Eelam state in the north of Sri Lanka. The war reached a boiling point earlier this week with the Sri Lankan government claiming victory with the killing of LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran.

In the process, thousands of innocent victims, almost all of whom were Tamils, have been killed and many thousands more made homeless.

The protest today is organised by the World Tamil Relief and the Coalition of NGOs movements.

Yesterday the Selangor police urged the public not to join the protest as it was being held without a police permit.

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I agree with Samy for the first time: Malaysia should stop protecting the Buddhist Terrorists

I agree with Samy for the first time:

Malaysia should stop protecting the Buddhist Terrorists

I agree with Samy for the first time: Malaysia should stop protecting the Buddhist TerroristsSamy: Don’t back Lankan bid to quash censure.

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Govern- ment has been asked to withdraw its backing for Sri Lanka’s move to stop a Western attempt to scrutinise and censure its human rights record during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels.

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Samy: Don’t back Lankan bid to quash censure

KUALA LUMPUR: The Govern- ment has been asked to withdraw its backing for Sri Lanka’s move to stop a Western attempt to scrutinise and censure its human rights record during the war against the Tamil Tiger rebels.

“I am urging Malaysia to withdraw its support,” said MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu, explaining that the Government should consider the feelings of the estimated 1.4 million Tamils in the country.

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