The Muslim community in Carbondale, Illinois, are planning a rally on Saturday to support the rights of Rohingya Muslims facing a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing” at the hands of Burmese military.
Watching thousands of Rohingya Muslim fleeing their homes to escape persecution, members of Windsor Muslim community decided to take action, planning a fundraiser for the persecuted community.
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.
Canadians rallied in cities across the country on Sunday, September 17, to protest the military crackdown in Burma against Rohingya Muslims that the United Nations human rights chief has called “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”
Muslim Canadians are rallying across the country to support the Rohingya in Myanmar/Burma and Rohingya refugees who have fled to Bangladesh. Here is a number of events and initiatives in Canada that you can support if you want to show solidarity with the Rohingya people. Attend Rallies in Solidarity with the Rohingya There are rallies …
After centuries in Burma, it’s estimated that half the Rohingya Muslim population has fled to Bangladesh with horror stories of rapes, killings, and house burnings.
Fleeing violence in Burma to Bangladesh, Rohingya Muslim refugees are facing death threat due to lack of food, shelter and water, an aid agency warned on Sunday.
Trevor Noah in Thursday’s episode of the Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” blasted Nobel Peace Prize holder Aung San Kyi over her justification for the ongoing genocide targeting Rohingya Muslims
The Rohingya are the most persecuted people on Earth. They have no rights and are systematically killed by the Burmese army. Countries like Bangladesh are turning them away. How can you help?