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  • 46th OIC-CFM: Reform or aberration?

    The 46th session of Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was held in Abu Dhabi, UAE from March 1-2, 2019 with the motto “50 years of Islamic Cooperation: Roadmap for Prosperity and Development”

  • Rohingyas marching into Bangladesh

    OIC countries must keep up pressure on Myanmar

    We cannot emphasise enough the need to heed the call of our Prime Minister for OIC (Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) members, currently meeting in Dhaka, to exert united efforts to bring about a sustainable solution to the Rohingya crisis. There is no question that the Rohingyas must be able to return to their homeland. But repatriation must come along with the guarantee of their full rights of citizenship and security of their lives.

  • Blatant violation of int'l law

    The Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation member states have sought strong international support to resolve the Rohingya crisis and full implementation of the Kofi Annan led advisory commission recommendations in Myanmar's Rakhine State.

  • OIC to form a body for Rohingya crisis

    OIC to form ministerial body over Rohingya issue

    The Organisation for Islamic Cooperation decides to establish an OIC ministerial committee on accountability for crimes against the Rohingya.

  • Canada to stand by OIC initiative

    The international community must pledge to hold the perpetrators of the crimes committed against the persecuted Rohingya minority in Myanmar, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said yesterday.

  • Maintain pressure on Myanmar

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and other members of the visiting OIC team have called for united efforts for a sustainable solution to the Rohingya crisis. For that to happen, they stressed the need for an urgent and effective action plan so the Rohingya people can return to their homeland in Myanmar.

  • Revive Middle East peace process

    President Abdul Hamid yesterday urged all concerned to revive the Middle East peace process and adopt a constructive approach to it under a two-state solution.

  • Unite, act now

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon the OIC member states to show unity for solving the Rohingya crisis before it is too late.

  • Take back Rohingyas

    Urging Myanmar to take back Rohingya populations from Bangladesh, visiting OIC Secretary General Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen yesterday said Myanmar should resolve the ongoing humanitarian crisis over the persecuted minorities.

  • Rohingya Crisis: OIC for interfaith dialogue

    Visiting OIC Secretary General Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen yesterday suggested holding an interfaith dialogue between Muslim

  • Muhammad Zamir elected as IPHRC member

    Bangladesh candidate former ambassador Muhammad Zamir is elected as a new member of the Jeddah-based Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC), an expert body of OIC.

  • OIC Summit calls for unity

    The Muslim world needs to develop a common denominator of issues over which no Muslim country will differ. Had the Muslim nations been united, the Palestinian issue would have been resolved long ago.