Turkish Foreign Minister on Burma trip

Ankara: Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmat Davutoghlu has left for Myanmar (Burma) to review plight of Rohingya Muslims in the country.

Speaking to media on Saturday, He said that thousands of Muslims have been killed in Myanmar. The Turk prime minister would distribute donations and other goods amongst the Muslims and Buddhists.

According to reports, wife of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will also visit the country. Muslims across the world have been protesting over the killing of Muslims in Myanmar.

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  • marocain

    yeeeeh greeeaaaattttt turkey

  • SAMEER

    bastrads are always thinking bastards come to kashmir we will teach (buddhist) DAM LESSON

  • USUNNYMAUNG

    What muslim wants to gain against Myanmar ? land? ISLAMmization?RAPE THE NON MUSLIM GIRLS AND MURDER NON MUSLIM PEOPLE? CRY WITHOUT PAIN IS REAL REQUEST AS HUMAN RIGHT!

    • Ttt

      what are u talking about. such crap. Muslim is a minority in burma and they are being slaughtered like sheeps. 

      Islamization? you must be one of those low IQ level idiots who always believe the negative image the media portrays about muslims. And the burmese are raping rohingya muslims its the opposite of what you said.

      try to get your facts straight before you try to post idiotic messages you trash.

  • AllMediaAreLying

    Damn media.. You shouldn’t post whatever the stupid guy said! These are all lies..  Thousands of muslims?? Why not mention also many Rakhine (Burmese ethic) people are also killed by those Rohingya! Are you deaf or not? 

    • Jack

      What planet are you on you idiot , the Muslims here are the minority and are being slaughtered not the other way round. That’s why apart from the Muslim countries no one is reporting it do whilst the issue is under the carpet it is unimportant and they don’t need to do anything about it.
      Perhaps if there was some oil then the US would have asked for regime change but no such luck here.

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