SBS ROHINGYA

Rohingyan should not be easily content,from now on all Rohingyan should report Rakhine internal situation to the world

ICJ oo maanta soo saaraysa go'aankii dacwadda badda ee Soomaaliya iyo Kenya Source: UN News

In relation to the ICJ’s order to Myanmar in protecting the Rohingya populationSBS Rohingya took the opportunity to interview one of the Rohingya leaders from a Rohingyaorganization based in Victoria Mr Habiburahman.

While talking with SBS Mr. Habiburrahman stressed that this initial victory for Rohingyan is due to the support and tireless work of Rohingyan and none Rohingyan all around the world. He is also mentioned there is possibilities Myanmar will not obey the order and not sure what will be Myanmar’s action after receiving the order from world high court. He is calling everyone specially Rohingyan to continue working hard and don’t be easily content with this initial result. He says from today all Rohingyan from every level of life should try their best to be the eyes and ears of the world and leaders. They should try their best to report the current situation in Arakan/Rakhine to the world. To find out more listen to SBS Rohingya. If you Have not downloaded the apps please download SBS Radio apps to listen.

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