Norwegian demonstrators call for withdrawal Nobel prize from San Suu Kyi

Report by Mohammad Tariq

A huge gathering in Oslo, the capital of Norway called Norway’s Nobel committee to withdraw its peace prize from Burmese leader Aun San Suu Kyi.

The demonstration was organized by Islamic Council Norway in front of Norwegian parliament on Wednesday. The protesters called the Nobel Peace Prize Committee of the country to withdraw its prize for peace efforts from Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Councilor of Burma.

San Suu Kyi who is a position equal to Prime Minister of Myanmar was given Nobel Peace prize for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights in Burma in 1991.

Condemning the genocide of the Burmese Muslims, the protesters said, San Suu Kyi is not in a position to defend human rights of Rohingyas as her government is apparently involved in the killings of Rohingya  community.

They also called world community including United Nation to break silence and stop genocide of the Rohingyas.

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