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Moscow Muslims gather in front of Myanmar Embassy in solidarity with Rohingya /PHOTOS

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Whats interesting here, that this demonstration, which Putin´s propaganda call "gathering" IS ILLEGAL. still 0 arrests, actions were taking my Moscow police. questions is why?

" Moscow Muslims have gathered in front of the Myanmar Embassy in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims who claim to be persecuted in the troubled northwest of the country, according to photos and videos on social media.

The rally took place in front of the Myanmar Embassy in the center of the "Russian" capital on Sunday."
https://www.rt.com/news/401869-mosco...ar-solidarity/

here is a footage from a typical demonstration in Moscow , so why no actions today?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/vi...n-moscow-video
"Riot police detained demonstrators during opposition rallies in central Moscow and St Petersburg on Monday. The protest was one of several being held on Monday in cities across Russia spearheaded by Alexei Navalny, who has become the Kremlin’s most prominent critic. The politician and anti-corruption campaigner was arrested outside his home en route to the Moscow rally"
 

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So, you Putin haters are happy or not when there are "0 arrests"? Make up your mind.
 
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So, you Putin haters are happy or not when there are "0 arrests"? Make up your mind.
this is what makes me happy

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today , huge anti- Myanmar demonstration online in sharia ruled Chechnya :happy-1:




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Guterres tells Myanmar to end nightmare...
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Rohingya: UN chief tells Myanmar to end nightmare
Friday 29th September, 2017 - At least 15 people drowned and scores are feared missing after a boat carrying Rohingya families capsized off Bangladesh on Thursday, as UN chief Antonio Guterres exhorted Myanmar's leaders to end the refugees' "nightmare".
The growing Rohingya refugee crisis prompted the UN Security Council to hold a rare public meeting on Myanmar, with the US slamming the country for trying "to cleanse the country of an ethnic minority" while Beijing and Moscow backed the Myanmar authorities. More than half a million Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh in the last month, after the military in Buddhist-majority Myanmar launched vicious operations against Rohingya rebels.

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Witnesses and survivors said the vessel that overturned on Thursday was just meters from the coast in rough waters, after it was lashed by torrential rain and high winds. Local police inspector Moahmmed Kai-Kislu told AFP 15 bodies including at least 10 children and four women had so far washed ashore, and there were fears the number could still rise. "They drowned before our eyes. Minutes later, the waves washed the bodies to the beach," said Mohammad Sohel, a local shopkeeper.

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Seven of the UN's 15-member Security Council voted to hold the body's first public meeting on Myanmar since 2009, though they failed to arrive at a joint resolution. Guterres urged authorities to halt military operations and open humanitarian access to its conflict-wracked western region. "The situation has spiralled into the world's fastest developing refugee emergency, a humanitarian and human rights nightmare," he said, while calling for those displaced from the conflict to be allowed to return home. The UN chief noted that the "systemic violence" could cause unrest to spill into the central part of Myanmar's Rakhine state, threatening 250 000 Muslims with displacement.

A donors' conference would be held on October 9, he said. Some of the strongest criticism came from US envoy Nikki Haley, who said: "We cannot be afraid to call the actions of the Burmese authorities what they appear to be: a brutal, sustained campaign to cleanse the country of an ethnic minority. "And it should shame senior Burmese leaders who have sacrificed so much for an open, democratic Burma," she added, in what appeared to be a rebuke to the country's Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader Aung San Suu Kyi, whose reputation as a human rights champion has been left battered by the crisis. Burma is an alternative name for Myanmar.

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Rohingya Muslims can return: Myanmar's Suu Kyi relents
Friday 29th September, 2017 - Following international pressure and a meeting with Foreign Office Minister Mark Field, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has declared that Rohingya Muslims can now return to Myanmar.
Suu Kyi said that the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims, who fled the violence and persecution in Myanmar will now be allowed to return. According to reports from the region, the country's de facto leader gave her "strong commitment" during a meeting with Field. After an estimated 400,000 fled across the border into Bangladesh in the wake of violence from nationalist militias, the UN titled the treatment of the Rohingya in Myanmar as “ethnic cleansing.” Nationalist militias have been accused of torching dozens of villages in Rakhine State, killing and gang-raping Muslims in their path. Further, Myanmar government has been criticized of stoking ethnic tensions which have seen ultra-nationalist Buddhist mobs surround many Muslim Rohingya villages. Due to the violence, the Rohingya have fled Buddhist-majority Myanmar, with many of them packed into existing camps or huddled in makeshift settlements that have come up along roadsides and in open fields on the border with Bangladesh.

The region has drawn a lot of international criticism, in the wake of the situation, and now Field has questioned, “How many [Rohingya] will feel confident enough with the security implications of what has happened in the country to return?" He added that the treatment of the Rohingya in Myanmar in recent weeks "is an absolute and unacceptable tragedy.” So far, Suu Kyi has drawn widespread international condemnation for her refusal to condemn the actions of Myanmar's security forces. She has instead argued that there has been "an iceberg of misinformation" surrounding the reports from refugees of their villages being burned and of people being slaughtered. Following his meeting with Suu Kyi in Myanmar's capital, Naypyidaw, Field, however, did concede that she was in a difficult position since much power still remains in the hands of Myanmar's military.

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Until two years ago, the military ruled the south-east Asian country alone. Suu Kyi currently does not have authority over the military. Field however clarified that Suu Kyi remained the best hope for democracy in Myanmar. He said, “She is in a difficult position. Under the constitution the military remains very powerful. There are only small steps that have taken place in recent years towards democracy. She finds herself treading a fine line between the international criticism, which we have obviously seen in the last six months, but also public opinion in Burma which remains very strong anti-Rohingya. Whatever else happens, she is the best hope for ongoing democracy in Burma. What would be calamitous would be for it to fall back into military dictatorship." Field added, "She is becoming increasingly aware, because I am not the only person who is telling her this, that there is much that needs to be done if the international community is going to have confidence is going to be moving into the right place and the right direction."

Earlier this month, Suu Kyi said in a televised speech that she does not fear “international scrutiny” of her government's handling of the growing Rohingya crisis. Suu Kyi had insisted that most Muslims had not fled the state and that violence had ceased. She also noted that it was “sad” that the world was concentrated on just one of the country's problems. She added that she was "concerned" about the allegations of violence and wanted "to find out what the real problems are. There have been allegations and counter-allegations.” Suu Kyi said, “We have to listen to all of them. We have to make sure those allegations are based on solid evidence before we take action." Adding that she wanted to find out why "this exodus" of Muslims fleeing across the border to Bangladesh is happening.

Rohingya Muslims can return Myanmars Suu Kyi relents
 

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Whats interesting here, that this demonstration, which Putin´s propaganda call "gathering" IS ILLEGAL. still 0 arrests, actions were taking my Moscow police. questions is why?"

Because Putin & Co love Muslims and prefer them to native Russians.
BTW Muslims love playing victim card when something is going wrong in their world conquest agenda.
Sooner or later Putin's regime will swept away by Russian Nationalist!
 

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Moscow , and strong Putin ))) who "can stop islamization of europe ")) LOL

Putin imprisoned or killed most leaders of Russian Nationalist, but by more and more Russians eyes open by viewing large amounts of Muslim invaders.
 

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Whats interesting here, that this demonstration, which Putin´s propaganda call "gathering" IS ILLEGAL. still 0 arrests, actions were taking my Moscow police. questions is why?

" Moscow Muslims have gathered in front of the Myanmar Embassy in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims who claim to be persecuted in the troubled northwest of the country, according to photos and videos on social media.

The rally took place in front of the Myanmar Embassy in the center of the "Russian" capital on Sunday."
https://www.rt.com/news/401869-mosco...ar-solidarity/

here is a footage from a typical demonstration in Moscow , so why no actions today?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/vi...n-moscow-video
"Riot police detained demonstrators during opposition rallies in central Moscow and St Petersburg on Monday. The protest was one of several being held on Monday in cities across Russia spearheaded by Alexei Navalny, who has become the Kremlin’s most prominent critic. The politician and anti-corruption campaigner was arrested outside his home en route to the Moscow rally"
Muslim monkeys acting like Muslim monkeys do.
 

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Whats interesting here, that this demonstration, which Putin´s propaganda call "gathering" IS ILLEGAL. still 0 arrests, actions were taking my Moscow police. questions is why?

" Moscow Muslims have gathered in front of the Myanmar Embassy in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims who claim to be persecuted in the troubled northwest of the country, according to photos and videos on social media.

The rally took place in front of the Myanmar Embassy in the center of the "Russian" capital on Sunday."
https://www.rt.com/news/401869-mosco...ar-solidarity/

here is a footage from a typical demonstration in Moscow , so why no actions today?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/vi...n-moscow-video
"Riot police detained demonstrators during opposition rallies in central Moscow and St Petersburg on Monday. The protest was one of several being held on Monday in cities across Russia spearheaded by Alexei Navalny, who has become the Kremlin’s most prominent critic. The politician and anti-corruption campaigner was arrested outside his home en route to the Moscow rally"
Muslim monkeys acting like Muslim monkeys do.

They are not monkeys, but killers in name of pedophile 'prophet'
 

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Whats interesting here, that this demonstration, which Putin´s propaganda call "gathering" IS ILLEGAL. still 0 arrests, actions were taking my Moscow police. questions is why?

" Moscow Muslims have gathered in front of the Myanmar Embassy in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims who claim to be persecuted in the troubled northwest of the country, according to photos and videos on social media.

The rally took place in front of the Myanmar Embassy in the center of the "Russian" capital on Sunday."
https://www.rt.com/news/401869-mosco...ar-solidarity/

here is a footage from a typical demonstration in Moscow , so why no actions today?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/vi...n-moscow-video
"Riot police detained demonstrators during opposition rallies in central Moscow and St Petersburg on Monday. The protest was one of several being held on Monday in cities across Russia spearheaded by Alexei Navalny, who has become the Kremlin’s most prominent critic. The politician and anti-corruption campaigner was arrested outside his home en route to the Moscow rally"
Muslim monkeys acting like Muslim monkeys do.

They are not monkeys, but killers in name of pedophile 'prophet'
No, they are monkeys...humans do not behave the way they do.
 
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So, you Putin haters are happy or not when there are "0 arrests"? Make up your mind.
well, your Muscovite police have 0 chance against Chechens , LOL

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