Discarded and left on a pile of dead bodies, raped, and set on fire is the summary of the turmoil a Rohingya Muslim women had to encounter before fleeing to Bangladesh at last.
Escaping humiliation and killing in their home country, Burma’s Rohingya Muslims are finding a new home in Malaysia, where NGOs work to offer a hand to help families escaping ethnic cleansing.
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.
Artist Ibrahim El Masry captured some heart-melting photos of Rohingya refugees on the Burmese – Bangladeshi borders. The photographer visited a refugee camp where he took those appealing shots. He describes the situation there as un bearable with no access to clean water, food or shelter. Despite their suffering, you’ll see a sincere smile on their …
A genocide. This was the best description for the horrible atrocities committed at the hand of Burmese security forces against helpless Rohingya community.
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.
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.
UK charities have launched a major fundraising campaign to help Rohingya Muslims fleeing death and atrocities in Burma, as the risk of death roamed around their new refugee homes in Bangladesh.