The Thai Human Rights Commission requested not to repatriate the refugees at the border area's

The Thai Human Rights Commission requested not to repatriate the refugees at the border area’s

The Thai Human Rights Commission has requested that the border refugees who fled from Myanmar to Thailand because of the fighting should not be sent back home without security.

The Thai Human Rights Commission’s statement on August 29 stated that due to the fighting between the Myanmar Military Council and the Karen Red Army, nearly 10,000 people fled into the Mae Hoang province bordering Thailand.

In addition to the recent airstrikes in Kayah State, food delivery routes have been blocked, and the number of refugees is increasing, according to the statement.

Those refugees who fled Karenni State are living in five refugee camps in Mae Hoang State and need help, he said.

local authorities, International organizations, including the Thai Red Cross, also provide food for refugees. medicine They have also requested more supplies of clothing and tents.

The Thai Human Rights Commission also urges the Thai authorities to provide more humanitarian aid to refugees and to create safe places for refugees to take refuge along the Thai-Myanmar border.

Indonesia : Opening of the 2023 International Sufi Congress Conference

President Joko Widodo (left) took Ulama Habib Muhammad Luthfi bin Ali bin Yahya who is also the Chairman of the World Sufi Assembly (second left) accompanied by Minister of State Secretary Pratikno (top right), Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto (second right), Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo (third right) above), and Egyptian scholar Sheikh Usama Sayyid Al-Azhari (bottom right) at the opening of the International Sufi Conference or World Sufi Assembly Conference 2023 at the Sahid International Convention Center (SICC), Pekalongan, Central Java, Tuesday (29/8/2023) . The International Sufi Congress with the theme Contemporary Sufi Work In A Renewed World was attended by 73 foreign Sufi scholars from 38 countries who studied the formulation of Sufism-based education and its impact on the character development of students and studied the contribution of Sufism to social, economic, and social reforms. and sustainable development. 

The Australian Embassy in Burma announced that it did not provide direct financial support

The Australian Embassy in Myanmar announced on August 29 that it does not provide direct financial support to the Anthem Military Council.

In the announcement of Australia’s new international development policy, it was stated that it does not provide direct financial support to military dictatorships.

The Australian government has a long-term commitment to support the people of Burma and will prioritize the needs of some of the most vulnerable people.

In addition, in 2022, more than one hundred million people around the world will be affected by wars, violence He also said that he was forced to leave his home due to oppressive treatment and human rights violations.

According to the figures of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) as of August 14, the number of internally displaced people in Myanmar has reached more than 1.9 million, of which more than 1.6 million people were forced to flee their homes after the military coup d’état.

Since the military coup in Myanmar, 16 members of the military council have been targeted by the Australian government.

Myanmar coup, Sufi Conference, Sufi scholars, Myanmar Military, Human Rights