Malaysia abstains in UN vote on China's Muslim Uyghurs

7/10/2022 4:45:00 AM

Malaysia abstains in UN vote on China's Muslim Uyghurs

Malaysia abstains in UN vote on China's Muslim Uyghurs

UN Human Rights Council voted 19-17 to reject debate, 11 abstained.


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Tak apa asalkan yang jadi kerajaan melayu isley BanyAk jahat mael bera neiii Previously they sent two in uyghers back and gave written response in parliament t ok avoid Muslim backlash. so isu ROHINGYA cuma alat tipu MELAYU KAMPONG ke.ish ish ish Mana PAS? Pretend champions of Muslims? Only champion of corruption.

Kerajaan Melayu isley buat bodoh dan senyap apabila umat Islam dikurung dan ditindas oleh parti komunis China. harakahdailyHD apa ni kerajaan Melayu isle umnoonline IsmailSabri60 Why Malaysia abstain from voting? Scared of Big brother? Talk about muslim unity etc, but abstain when fellow muslim being oppressed in China. Penakut!!!!!

who would dare to bite the feeding hands here? Sayang sgt kt bro China ni. Teruk Malaysia Why?

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