As we need to plant seeds of love, compassion (metta in Burmese) and optimistic ideas in our hearts to attain moral perfection in our multicultural country, Myanmar we always try to approach all social political and religious interactions through positive and fruitful perspectives. Decades long persecution of Myanmar regime pushes us to report atrocities of Myanmar generals against all minorities particularly about Rohingya.
Though reporting atrocities of Burmese generals is a deathly risk it is essential for us reach our voice to international community and seek a way to end persecution and discrimination based on race and religion in Myanmar. At the same time. we have been trying to build a peaceful and prosperous community.
I am a Rohingya student studied comparative religions, history, democracy, human rights, freedom and interfaith. Motto of my lifestyle is “Justice, compassion, forgiveness and tolerance make you a peaceful.being”. Welcome everyone to join regardless of race, color, religion, rich or poor. Let’s work for humanity!