The Chief of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Yousef Bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen, has called for the International Community to help Rohingya Muslims living in Bangladeshi Refugee Camps.

Othaimeen, who was visiting the Kutupalong Refugee Camp in Cox’s Bazar, also said that Myanmar must protect the rights of the minority group, urging the government to work with neighboring Muslim-majority countries to tackle a refugee crisis.

About 75,000 people have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh after a military crackdown, with accompanying allegations of rape, torture and extrajudicial killings by security forces, followed an attack on a Myanmar border guard post on October 9, last year.