International Nonviolence Organization calls on the United Nations to assume its responsibility for the tragedies in Myanmar

The International Nonviolence Organization, Free Muslim, expressed its strong condemnation of the horrific violations taking place in Myanmar.
In a statement received by al-Nabaa Agency, the organization stated that it “has seen testimonies and documents transmitted by international human rights organizations and agencies stating that the army and security forces have committed acts of repression and abuse against protesters who reject the recent military coup.”
It added, “The data indicate that more than 600 civilians were killed during the military crackdown, in addition to the arrest of more than 3,000 others.”
The organization considered that these painful violations require responsible international action that holds the perpetrators accountable, and works to reduce them immediately and urgently, warning of the consequences of silence about serious crimes committed, and calling on the United Nations to assume its responsibilities regarding what is happening in the country.

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