According to the Chief Abbott of Magway Pariyatti Teaching Monastery Sayadaw U Par-mouk-kha the march began at 2 PM today November 12 as the permissions for the march were already granted by the respective police stations if Bahan and Kyouktadar townships.
More than 100,000 lay people and Buddhist monks (Thangars) are participating in today march against OIC delagation’s November-14 visit to Burma.
|OIC's GS Ihsauoglu.|
Eight members OIC delegation led by OIC’s General Secretary Ekmeleddin Ihsauoglu includes seven foreign ministers from seven Islamic countries namely Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Djibouti.
OIC delegation’s planned five-days Burma visit will include two days in troubled Arakan (Yakhine State) on 15 and 16 November. OIC General Secretary said in his statement that the visit was planned at his last September meeting with Ban Ki-moon at UN concerning OIC calling for Rohingya Emergency Resolution at UN Security Council currently presided by Australia.
President Thein Sein Will not Meet OIC, But ASSK Will?
|Burma's President Thein Sein the devout Buddhist.|
Burma's prime minister is a devout Buddhist and also receiving the high level islamist delegation from OIC the Mulitinational-Muslim-Mafia is a very hgih risk activity for a Buddhist politician and the president of Buddhist Burma.
National League for Democracy (NLD) has already announced that NLD Chairman and Burma’s official opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi will meet OIC delegation on either November-16 or 17.
|ASSK meeting the Muslim leaders.|
|ASSK meeting the Pope.|
Nation-wide Protests Against OIC’s Burma Visit
Rangoon protest march is part of nation-wide protests including marches at Rangoon, Mandalay, Pakhokeku, Meikhtilar, Taunggyi, Pegu, and Sittwe. All protest marches were starting simultaneously at 2 PM November-12 today.
OIC Behind Muslims’ push to amend 2008-Constitution?
Many Burmese especially the monks leading the 969-movement and the Race and Religion Protection Groups (Ah-myo-zount) have been really worrying about NLD’s recent push to rewrite the 2008-Constituion and 1982 Citizenship Act.
Especially the recent appointment of the prominent Muslim leader and a High-Court lawyer Ko Ni as the Chairman of the NLD Committee for Rewriting of Burma’s Constitution.
|The Muslim leader and high-court lawyer Ko Ni.|
Ko Ni was born of Bengali-Muslim father Sultan and Bengali-Muslim mother Halimar in Kalar-chaung Village of Kathar District. He was recently promoted to prominence since ASSK has been giving many Muslims important positions in her party NLD.
|Muslim Ko Ni the Chairman of NLD Committee for Constitution-Rewrite.|
|NLD poster for constitution rewrite supported by OIC and Muslims.|
|Anti-OIC protest march in Mandalay.|