Friday, 28 January 2011

When will the United Nations censure Burma

I read that:
'Prison inmates sent to frontline fighting between the Burmese army and a rebel faction have been used by the regime's military as human mine sweepers.

Some of the 600 prisoners shipped off to the front near the border with Thailand suffered serious injuries as they were forced to walk ahead of troops across mine fields in what one rights group said amounted to a "crime against humanity".'
Will the United Nations find time amidst their busy schedule, of censuring Israel for doing almost anything, to censure Burma for this flagrant attack on Human Rights? I think we all know the answer to that question...

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