Breaking Featured-News/UN Observances/Asia – August 20, 2015 – “Waging a ‘genocidal-war’ or a ‘raging-clampdown’ on small innocent children is not easy…!”, remind academics from all over Asia, while observing 2015’s ‘World Humanitarian Day’.
“Even, when being in a war, one is going to pull the trigger on a lonely innocent baby, a myriad of thorny questions still besieges the mind—which of the stimuli can be able to justify this inhumane brutality…?—what objective can be achieved by slaughtering these ‘tiny-selves’…?—what purpose can be served by thrashing these ‘little beings’…?”
What’s more…?—Nonethelessly, these acts of inhumaneness aren’t happening in a battlefield. These are not unsystematic or all of a sudden random acts of individual or communal violence in their very ‘nature of occurrence’—but are precisely methodical, systematic and state-backed executions of unprecedented cruelty and cold-bloodedness, being manifested in Burma, ‘every-night-and-every-day, in an unceasing way’.
These are the ‘sorrowing elegies’ of dying-alive desperate children of the most persecuted lonely minority ‘Rohingya’. The Rohingya’s screams have been voiced and re-echoed by post-doctoral academicians across the ASEAN and SAARC regions, on the UN proclaimed World Humanitarian Day’s Observance, that is marked cross-regionally for the first time
“This is not an atrocity against an ethnic minority’s small children, but the unbroken chains atrocities and massacre outrages, against all humans and the whole humanity—the humanitarian outcries, that are now well converting to a global ‘mirror to the blind’ as I have earlier made the facts brought-forth to the global attention, and made them admitted to the UN and rest of the world, through SAIRI report on the subject-matter”, maintains Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Hafi, who documented a detailed and well-read testimonial-description on ‘Rohingya Children Crisis’ last month. The testimony-document was predominantly instituted to the UN and the global hierarchies in particular, and primed for the international cross-boundary academic spheres in general.
“Every single neutral observer is now able to find much more horrific details and horrendous facts that are still secreted and, though failed, yet ut-mostly ‘tried’ to be kept concealed from the public eye,” establishes further Dr. Hafi
“We, the academicians of ASEAN and SAARC regions, under the patronage-benefaction of Justice(R) S.S. Paru L.L.D., Chancellor Emeritus SAARC-ASEAN Post-doc Academia(Indonesia), Dr. Faisar N.M. (Sri Lanka), Dr. Bareera N.B. (Pakistan), Dr. Dass U.(India), Prof. Emeritus Dr. Zaki and Dr. Khalida M. Khan Dr. F. M. Bhatti(Pakistan), Dr. M.S.Salawal Salah from SAARC Post-doc Academia, along with tens of hundreds of other academics from all over Asia, unanimously re-echo the plea-elegies of desperate Rohingya children on this World Humanitarian Day of 2015” …. ”Now… let the cries of these lonely children be our clarion call…!!!
“These longsuffering ‘stateless’ and ‘restless’ entities—the Rohingyas and their desperate children—are on their knees before the collective conscience of the world—the international community—the UN, the governments and the entire humanity.”
“These glimmering flowers are being reduced and converted to dusky coffins, floating on the Andaman Sea.”
“The world has become a global village; we are all inhabitants of the same planet to which they belong, and—where alongside, they are being oppressed, thrashed, beleaguered and de-humanized—their homes being burned down—their heads being smashed on roads—their bodies being ruined and crumpled in streets—their small children being enslaved—their women being made sex-slaves—and, due to the unapproachability and inaccessibility to food and water they are forced to drink their own urine to survive…!!!
“They are like us all—their lives are as precious as our’s—their small babies are like our own small kids—the children that are now crying to seek a rescue— ‘begging-for-their-lives’—these desperate kids are not, but like ours…!!!”
“And, if by now, we fail, therefore, to respond at this vulnerable hour, or if the global community continues to shy away from taking a ‘moral stand’, then, there can be no more justifiable reason for the pursuit of a humane society or for persisting and sticking to even the least realms of humaneness!”
“We have to strive for a ‘principal resolve’ of the ‘Rohingya Children Crisis’ as a ‘Moral Imperative’—if not a legal requisite!”
These were the phraseological supplications of Rohingya children, that were categorically presaged by Professor Qadhi Aurangzeb Al Hafi, earlier in SAIRI’s 1st situation report on ‘Rohingya Children’s De-humanizing Genocidal Clamp-down’.
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