JAKARTA (AFP) - Around 100 men protested outside the Myanmar embassy in the Indonesian capital Thursday, demanding the ambassador be expelled for Myanmar’s treatment of Muslim Rohingya. The men wore white headbands with “Save the Rohingya” scrawled in red and carried banners reading “Stop the Violence”. The rally was organised by a group called the Rohingya Solidarity Society, which in a press release demanded Myanmar’s government formally acknowledge the Rohingya as citizens of the country. “We urge countries with Muslim populations, especially Indonesia, to take firm and proactive measures to end the Rohingya’s suffering,” a man shouted through a loudspeaker.