BANDUNG-Vice Governor of West Java Deddy Mizwar said, violence and humanitarian conflict that befell the Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State Myanmar, not to trigger the occurrence of inter-religious or ethnic conflict in Indonesia.
"What should be maintained is not to have ethnic conflicts in Indonesia and even inter-religious conflicts, this we must prevent," he said when meeting participants of solidarity action for Muslims Rohingya in front of Gedung Sate Bandung, Monday (04/09/2017).
According to him, now the government continues to strive by all means to stop the violence that befell the Muslims Rohingya. In front of Vice Governor Demiz's action participants also read 9 points statement of President Joko Widodo related to violence and humanitarian crisis in Rakhine State Myanmar. One of these statements says that a real action is not just a statement or criticism.
"The government is continuously committed to helping to overcome the humanitarian crisis, synergize with the power of civil society in Indonesia and the international community," said Demiz.
For that Demiz ask all parties to synergize and escort statements and efforts made by the central government which will become a very big force.
"That is why we have to synergize with the government to do the efforts stated by President Jokowi We are also obliged to guard the government's stance to achieve the goal of at least reduce and then not to happen again the slaughter of the Muslim Rohingya in particular," said Demiz.
Representatives from the Forum of West Java Ulama leaders who are also the coordinator of solidarity action for the Muslim Rohingya Anif Rahanullah expressed optimism that with the number of Muslims in the world which currently reaches 1.6 billion souls will be hand in hand to help his brother who experienced acts of violence in Myanmar.
"The number of Muslims in the world amounts to 1.6 billion, how could it not be able to help his suffering brother in Rohingya," he said.
He said according to the United Nations (United Nations) Rohingya Muslims today are the most suffering people in the world.
Forum of West Java Ulama leaders also expressed the attitude that the condition of violence against Rohingya Muslims who continue to repeat is a very sad circumstances and strong condemn the silence of the government of Myanmar.
"We demand them (the perpetrators of violence) to stop the barbarity committed against Rohingya Muslims right now," he said.
In addition He also demanded to the leaders of the Muslim countries to send troops to stop the barbaric and the slaughter of Muslims Rohingya and invite all parties to increasingly realize that Muslims without unity will be a weak entity.