US President Donald Trump addresses the 72nd Annual UN General Assembly in NY on September 19, 2017.
The Rohingya have always been sidelined in Myanmar, where they are considered illegal immigrants and face severe restrictions.
"Unless this violence is stopped, which justice demands, it will only get worse. We don't have anything here except peace", Faizullah, who fled Myanmar in 2012, said.
Even so, the chances of forceful action by the world body appear scant. "They are illegal immigrants", he said.
A UN Security Council resolution would need nine votes in favour and no vetoes by Russia, China, the United States, Britain and France.
Concluding the hearing of the tribunal on the recent genocide in Myanmar, the president of the Permanent Peoples' Tribunal, an Argentine judge, has fixed the date for announcing the verdict on Suu Kyi and others for Friday at 10 am KL time. The government should take care that the nation does not return to military rule.
Myanmar is comprised of an 88 percent Buddhist religious majority. Trump has argued that the ban is needed to prevent terrorist attacks and to allow the government to put in place more stringent vetting procedures.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani told a news conference in NY on Wednesday that "the government should be pressured to end this ethnic cleansing".
"Asking for the violence to end, asking for humanitarian access. progressively enables an escalation" under United Nations auspices, Macron said.
Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has played down claims of atrocities and blamed "a huge iceberg of misinformation" for complicating the conflict.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday termed as "disingenuous" the statement by Home Minister Rajnath Singh that Rohingyas who have entered India after fleeing Myanmar were not refugees but illegal immigrants who need to be sent back.
"I have no hope to go back".
The Rohingya exodus began August 25, after Rohingya insurgent attacks on police set off a military crackdown.
"We are trying to ensure all possible supports for the Rohingya on humanitarian ground", the minister said adding that construction of new camps, water purification plants and toilet facilities was in progress.
There are several such examples being reported across Myanmar. She said agency officials are "very shocked and sad".
There were more than one million Rohingyas in Rakhine state before the current crisis, though almost half have fled since the deadly attacks on military posts by militants from The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on August 25.
South Korea will extend $1.5 million worth of humanitarian assistance for refugees from Myanmar after an outbreak of violence last month caused an exodus into neighboring Bangladesh, the foreign ministry said Wednesday. "Can not comment on the government policy but we are helping them because they are being persecuted in Myanmar", Dattu said.