In Myanmar were killed a prominent Muslim lawyer U Ko Ni, who collaborated with the ruling party "national League for democracy".
Have To Nor was shot in the head outside of Yangon international airport. He was taken to hospital but died without regaining consciousness. Police at the scene detained the suspect and later identified him as 52-year-old man from Mandalay. It is reported that Ko was standing in the Parking lot, holding the child's hand and waited for a taxi when the offender shot him in the head.
A member of the Muslim minority in Southeast Asia countries, Ko came back from a government-sponsored trip to Indonesia. He took part in a panel discussion on religious violence in Rakhine in Myanmar. "Death To No will send shock waves throughout the community in the field of human rights in the country and abroad, and the authorities must send a clear signal that such violence will not be tolerated".
Have To Nor was Frank about the emergence of Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar, where many Muslims lynched for the last few years. Political propaganda Nor To Have appeared before the abolition of the military regime in Myanmar in 2010, and he was a prominent critic. The deceased was an active fighter for human rights.
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