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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Holocaust and Genocides Reflections - Plight of Rohingya

Please mark your calendars!

Event: 13th Annual Holocaust and Genocides
Date:  Sunday, January 28, 2018 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Topic: Holocaust and the Plight of Rohingya, what can we do?
Place:  TBA - It will be in DMV area.
Website: http://www.HolocaustandGenocides.com
Website: www.CenterforPluralism.com
email: RohingyaGenocide@aol.com

We invite you to attend, participate and support the event.  If you have difficulty in seeing these painful pictures, imagine the pain and suffering of the people who have gone through this, please have the courage to attend the exhibit of the sufferings of the people, and hope it will encourage you to be a peacemaker.   In the last 12 years, we have listed and mentioned almost all Genocides,   Massacres and ethnic cleansing events and have highlighted 20 such events. This year we have expanded the program to be a 4 hours symposium with policy makers and futurists to find solutions.

We must find solutions. Please send a 300 words abstract identifying the causes of such conflicts and the possible solutions. Once the abstracts are accepted, you will be asked to write a full blown article in the length of 1500 words for publication.

Thank you
Mike Ghouse
(214) 325-1916

Holocaust and Genocides Event

Event: 13th Annual Holocaust and Genocides
Date:  Sunday, January 28, 2018 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Topic: Holocaust and the Plight of Rohingya, what can we do?
Place:  TBA - It will be in DMV area.

The Rohingya people have nowhere to go, the terrorists among Buddhists are gang raping and burning them alive, and when they flee, India and Bangladesh as neighbors are not allowing them either, where do they go?

They are seeing their own killed and raped in front of their eyes, and one day, they will not be able to handle the pain, and will chose violence and the whole of Myanmar will be burning.  The world owes them relief and security and the sane people of Myanmar need to wise up and save their nation from a long term destructive path and endless chaos. Terrorism is like swine flu or other diseases and they spread through thin air and will affect every one every where. It behooves us to correct it now before it is too late.

I am pleased to advance a good idea that originally came from Sean Hannity, he had proposed safe zones in Syria where the refugees can live and breathe safely. This idea of safe zone is the best solutions for the world refugee problems.  No human wants to flee his motherland and no one should beg for his or her  life, and on one should have the right to evict people from their own homeland.

We must accept refugees for the short run, but not as permanent residents.  If we take them for good,  we will be legitimizing the oppressive regimes to continue to throw their native populations out. Indeed, we are giving them  permission to throw their own out.  We cannot let that happen.  Let people who belong to the land live in dignity, if their oppressive government is not doing a thing, we the community of nations needs to take that up.

The United Nations was formed to protect the vulnerable from destruction, it is time now for the United Nations to land their troops in Myanmar and secure the areas for the good of Myanmar.

There is a shameless cruelty in us; either we shy away from facing or simply refuse to acknowledge the sufferings of others.  

If we justify massacres arrogantly believing that the victims deserved it or asked for it, we need to examine our heads, for there is a criminal lurking in us and will eventually mess us up.

We have to learn to acknowledge and reflect upon the terrible things we have inflicted upon each other. We have to commit to ourselves to resist the temptations to stereotype others. We cannot demand peace unless we are peaceful ourselves.

Our safety hinges on the safety of others around us, and it behooves us to work for the safety and security of others on this little planet. We have to be continuously be aware of the Holocaust and Genocides and prepare us to avert such tragedies.

It is never the religion; it is always the bad guys in each religious group that are the problem. Hinduism does not teach to be violent killers, but there is tiny group of bad Hindus in India who are violent killers in the name of Hindu religion, the majority of Hindus need to speak out and stop the radicals from hijacking Hinduism.  Muslims and Jews are not suppose to kill a single life, but there are Jews and Muslims who are killing in the name of their religions, the majority needs to stop them from committing crimes in their names.  Of course the bad Christians have done so much destruction around the world, and now, the peaceful Buddhist have allowed terrorist among them to unleash violence against fellow Burmese who are not Buddhists.  They all are terrorizing innocent people.

Over the last 12 years, we have listed almost all Genocides, have talked about 24 Genocides and we will continue to learn to reflect on what we can do to say and do, "Never Again."


Indian Government tells the Supreme Court of India not to interfere about the legality of the deportation. https://barandbench.com/fali-nariman-rohingyas-supreme-court/


Mike Ghouse, President
Center for Pluralism, Washington, DC
(214) 325-1916 -Text | Mike@CenterforPluralism.com  

Dr. Mike Ghouse has dedicated his life to the mission of building a cohesive America. He is a pluralist, thinker, writer, activist, speaker (Pluralism, Interfaith, Islam, politics and foreign policy), interfaith wedding officiant and a news maker. He offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day. More about him in 65 links at www.MikeGhouse.net

Pluralism Studies in Religion,Politics,Culture and Society

The Center for Pluralism is committed to building a cohesive America, where no American has to live in apprehension, tension or fear of the other. Our research, educational programs and actions are designed to bring Americans together in social, political, cultural and religious settings, the more we come together and learn about each other, the more we get immunized to divisiveness resulting in fewer misunderstandings and mis-perceptions between us. We believe knowledge leads to understanding and understanding to appreciation of the otherness of others. As we move forward, conflicts fade and solutions emerge. 

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