Saudi Deceivers Regret 'Very Much" They Can't Deceive Burmese

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has expressed “regret” over a Burmese government decision not to allow the opening of an OIC liaison office in Burma’s western Rakhine State.

“We regret this decision because the office that we intended to open was purely for humanitarian purposes for the benefit of all those affected by the violence and without discrimination”.

These MoFo’s can’t lie straight in bed.

Muslim group ‘regrets’ rejection of OIC office (via Mullah)

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has expressed “regret” over a Burmese government decision not to allow the opening of an OIC liaison office in Burma’s western Rakhine State.

Buddhist monks and supporters protest in opposition to the opening of an Organization of Islamic States office in Burma. Photo: Bo Bo / Mizzima
Buddhist monks and supporters protest in opposition to the opening of an Organization of Islamic States office in Burma. Photo: Bo Bo / Mizzima

“We regret this decision because the office that we intended to open was purely for humanitarian purposes for the benefit of all those affected by the violence and without discrimination,” Talal Faous, director of the Muslim Minority Department within OIC, told IRIN, the UN humanitarian news service, from Jeddah.

The OIC, an association of 56 Islamic states promoting Muslim solidarity in economic, social, and political affairs, based in Saudi Arabia, has requested an official explanation from the government, which announced its decision following widespread demonstrations by Buddhist monks.

Faous’s comments come a day after the President’s Office announced that “the opening of the OIC office will not be allowed as it is contradictory to the aspirations of the people.”

Thousands of Buddhist monks marched in Rangoon and Mandalay this week, voicing opposition to the opening of the Islamic office, which was intended to support the distribution of humanitarian aid to victims of the community arrest in Rakhine State.

Sectarian tension has been running high in Rakhine State since up to nearly 100 people were killed and tens of thousands were displaced in June.

According to aid workers, nearly 75,000 people are currently in temporary camps and shelters in Rakhine where they face deteriorating living conditions.

In September, an OIC delegation visited Rakhine State and announced that it would support the Rohingya Muslims in an effort to gain their legitimate rights as citizens.

4 thoughts on “Saudi Deceivers Regret 'Very Much" They Can't Deceive Burmese”

  1. Buddhists believe in non-violence, and for thousands to take to the streets in this way means that the musilms and the OIC are perceived as significant threats to the community. And so is the case here but we are not allowed to speak of it!

  2. kaw,
    Couldn’t agree more, for Muslims to piss the Buddhists off shows how these parasites can push truly peaceful tolerant people over the edge.

    The world could do with taking notice of this and re-enforcing the Buddhists.

  3. “and has an intellectual impairment.”

    You know why this grade A arsehole has an intelectual impairment because the smart arse had his head stomped by other inmates.

    Pity the other inmates didn’t put him 6ft under. Well here’s hoping someone on the outside gets him.

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