ISCA submitted a memorandum to United Nations Secretary-General demanding to stop genocide in Syria


“Bashar Al-Assad and his allies are using chemical weapons in Syria, killing innocent children, women and people in the countries. Over half of the total population in the war of last few years have become refugees. News has been published on women’s embezzlement in exchange for relief. The United Nations, which is committed to the establishment of peace and human rights in the world, must take effective measures to stop the ongoing violence.” ISCA central president and Dhaka University student, Sheikh Fazlul Karim Maruf said.

Today on 5 March’18 Monday, at 11 am in the North Gate of the National Mosque of Baitul Mukarram, ISCA arranged a rally in protest of the barbarous inhuman massacre by the Bashar al-Assad government on Muslim children and women in Syria, after the rally they presented a Memorandum to the United Nations Office in Dhaka.


In the memorandum to the UN Secretary-General, some specific recommendations are- Taking steps to bringing out, Russia, America, Israel and Turkey from the Syrian battlefield, making impartial international investigation team to finding out the crime against humanity. Central vice-president Sheikh Mohammed Saiful Islam, organizing Secretary H.M. Kawsar Ahmad, training secretary Muhammad Mustakim Billah and others central and city leader were in the delegation.

At the end of the gathering, a delegation of 3-member submitted a memorandum to the United Nations office in Dhaka at 2pm.

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