No Eid for Rohingyas. For years, Suu Kyi was a name revered by many, including Malaysians. The junta were rulers of Myanmar and Suu Kyi, the country's democratic future, was under seemingly perpetual house arrest. She was a victim, the oppressed. Today, thanks to international pressure and regional support, Suu Kyi is one of the democratically-elected leaders of her country. Today, the only ones oppressed in Myanmar are the Rohingya Muslims. They are being violated and killed systematically. If there's anyone in Myanmar who could - and should - come to their support, it is the Nobel Prize winner Suu Kyi.
But she, apparently, has not.
Read her Song of Silence by A Voice.