Tag Rohingya

Genocide Today?

At first glance, after multiple genocides have been documented and dissected thoroughly one would think that we as a society have evolved to recognize when a genocide is about to happen or is actually happening, but unfortunately, we are not… Continue Reading →

Genocides Today?

Have you ever thought about what a genocide is exactly? Genocide, according to Webster’s dictionary is a deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation. It is synonyms with mass murder… Continue Reading →

An Area Still at Risk for Genocide: Myanmar

Myanmar, also known as Burma, is a country located in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by India, Bangladesh, Thailand, and China. The country has been in conflict for many years, with a corrupt government that hates pro democracy people and… Continue Reading →

Repatriation Gone Wrong

The Rohingya Muslims are one of dozens of different minority groups that exist in Myanmar(Burma), and a majority of them within the Rakhine state. Myanmar remains a largely Buddhist country, and the Myanmar government even denies that the Rohingya people… Continue Reading →

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