Is this highly celebrated human rights leader not interested in championing the rights of minority Muslims in Myanmar because they are Muslims and Rohingyas are not of interest to her masters in the West?
It was only two months ago, on June 16 that Myanmar opposition leader and pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi, received the Noble Prize she was awarded 21 years ago in 1991.
The 66-year-old human rights campaigner and head of the National League for Democracy (NLD) received a standing ovation at the award ceremony in the packed city hall in the Norwegian capital, Oslo.
In her award acceptance speech, she said that the award had focused global attention on the battle for human rights and democracy in Mynamar and ensured “we were not going to be forgotten.”
Why then is she silent and keeping quiet on the current genocide on the Rohingya by the junta in Myanmar? Why not a word from her on this massive scale atrocities committed against humanity on the Rohingyas?
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