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The youngest laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in the history of Malala Yusufzai demands to stop the violence against the Rohinge Muslims in Myanmar and recognize them as full citizens. The statement was issued by a Pakistani human rights activist on Twitter. Malala noted that the suffering of Rohinj broke her heart, and called on the leader of Myanmar, also a Nobel Laureate, to condemn the violence against the minority. “In recent years, I have repeatedly condemned these tragic and shameful events, and I continue to wait for Aung San Suu Kyi, like me, who won the Nobel Prize, to do the same.” The whole world and the Rohingja Muslims are also waiting, “wrote she is.

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Twelve days ago, the human rights activist collected more than 24,000 outposts and more than 18,000 comments. Users were divided on the opinion of the crisis in Myanmar. Some sharply criticize the authorities of Myanmar for the persecution and murder of Muslim Rohinj. Others blame the Rohinjas themselves, calling them “illegal migrants” and “Bengal terrorists”, in that they allegedly commit murders of local Buddhist residents.

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Meanwhile, an active campaign against Aung San Suu Kyi began in social networks. Users accuse her of cruelty and despotism, demanding to deprive her of the Nobel Peace Prize. Under the appropriate petition on the site change.org the signature has already been put over 300 thousand people. Similar petitions were launched on other online platforms, writes Gulf News.


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