A genocide. This was the best description for the horrible atrocities committed at the hand of Burmese security forces against helpless Rohingya community.
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Cut off from food and threatened by Buddhist neighbors, Rohingya Muslims in Burma's violence-racked Rakhine state received their first substantial food supplies in months on Wednesday after international pressure on government to help.
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In the third episode of his “trilogy of evil”, Barbet Schroeder released a new overpoweringly bleak documentary about the Buddhist monk stirring up ethnic hate against Burma’s Rohingya Muslims.
A drone has captured the extent of sprawling camps housing Rohingyas fleeing violence and ethnic cleansing in Burma.
Hundreds of miles away from their homes, Rohingya Muslim children are memorizing the Holy Qur'an in the refugee camps, escaping from Burmese persectuion in their homelands.
Chinese authorities in the Muslim-majority northwestern region of Xinjiang have ordered the ethnic Muslim Uighur group to hand in religious items, including prayer mats and copies of the Holy Qur’an.
Dozens of Rohingya Muslim women have been aggressively raped at the hands of Burmese security officials, as the religious minority faces “textbook ethnic cleansing”
A group of international journalists and activists has called on the UN to put an end to the “Muslim holocaust” in Burma, accusing the Buddhist-majority country of committing the “worst bloodshed” against the Rohingya Muslim minority group.
Following weeks of silence in the face of claims of ethnic cleansing against Burma’s Rohingya population, the country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has delivered a controversial speech in the UN, drawing condemnations from world leaders.
Activists and civil rights advocates have accused Facebook of blocking their posts documenting the persecution and ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya Muslims by Burmese government, a report from The Daily Beast said.