In an utter disdain to international outrage on the gross human rights violations of Rohingya Muslims by Buddhist terrorists, Myanmar’s de facto leader and Nobel Peace laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi, has said that she did not fear “international scrutiny.”
In her first national address on Tuesday, Suu Kyi said that most Muslims had not fled the state and that violence had ceased. The disgraced Nobel laureate has faced scathing criticism even from other Nobel laureates for his alleged complicity in the ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state bordering Bangladesh.
There have been demands for the Nobel Committee to withdraw the Nobel honours conferred on her during her house arrest for 15 years by the Burmese Junta.
More than 3,00,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh to escape brutal persecution by Buddhist terrorists and Burmese army, enjoying support of Suu Kyi. More than 400 Rohingyas have been murdered in the latest spate of violence so far.
The United Nations too have called it ‘ethnic cleasning.’ Suu Kyi said that she was making this speech because she was unable to travel to the UN General Assembly later this week.
Once admired by millions from around the word for her fight for justice, Suu Kyi has acted disgracefully while also exposing herself as a bigot and Islam hater. Last year, she had reportedly expressed her disgust on being interviewed by a Muslim journalist from the BBC. It was after Mishal Hussain of BBC interviewed her on the plight of Rohingyas in Myanmar.