Obama: Myanmar won’t succeed if Muslims are oppressed
Burma will be overrun and the Buddhists wiped out if they allow Bengali Muslims to invade and to settle in their country.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that the rights of Myanmar’s minority Muslim population were not being fully protected and warned that the Southeast Asian country would not succeed if Muslims there were oppressed.
In Malaysia,Â National Mosque imam Tan Sri Syaikh Ismail Muhammad has pleaded to the United States (US)
President impostor Barack Obama to end oppression against Muslims worldwide.
In response Obama said “pray for me,” Ismail told reporters after Obama’s visit to the Malaysian iconic monuments here today.“Obama also said that every day when he wakes up he always does his best to put an end to oppression and conflicts affecting communities,” he said.Obama, who arrived yesterday for a three-day state visit to Malaysia, was accompanied by Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin as minister-in- attendance, and United States Special Envoy to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Rashad Hussain.After Obama’s visit, Ismail held a brief meeting with Rashad which touched on Islamic banking, Muslim entreprenuers development programmes and halal hub.Ismail said Rashad had expressed US’s admiration for Malaysia’s Islamic banking system and was keen to learn more about it. Â — BERNAMA
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Two imams in Myanmar have been sentenced to eight years in prison for negligence over a fire at a religious school that killed 13 boys, state media said on Saturday.