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Malaysian prime minister urges action over genocide of Rohingya Muslims

Malaysia's prime minister, Najib Razak this weekend urged action over the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. 
“UN please do something. The world cannot sit by and watch genocide taking place,” he told thousands who had attended a rally in Kuala Lumpur condemning Myanmar's military's attack on Rohingya villages
“The world cannot say it is not our problem. It is our problem,” he added. 
“I will not close my eyes and shut my mouth. We must defend them not just because they are of the same faith but they are humans, their lives have values."
Malaysia's foreign ministry on Saturday issued a statement condemning the 'ethnic cleansing' of Rohingya and cancelled two scheduled football matches against Myanmar. 

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