Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Rohingya persecution to be documented in new I B Tauris book

I B Tauris has commissioned a new book on the current persecution of the Rohingya people in Myanmar. The latest attacks in Myanmar have seen...

Rohingya crisis – ‘These people need all the help they can...

As the number of Rohingya refugees soars, an upcoming donor conference in Geneva aims to secure extra funding to provide urgently needed aid. DW...

Myanmar Violence: Interview with Maung Zarni, Scholar of racism and genocide

RVISION is the first Rohingya TV channel that enact as the watchdog of the Rohingya’s issues, translates Rohingya’s grieves and inspires through its various...

Rohingya Crisis is a ‘Textbook Genocide’: Q&A with Maung Zarni

The Burmese scholar said that Aung San Suu Kyi's leadership has been the direct product of the icon manufacturing by Western media and activists...

Bangladeshi textbook appears to endorse Myanmar propaganda on the Rohingya

Bangladeshi textbook appears to endorse Myanmar propaganda on the Rohingya File photo: The latest exodus of more than half a million Rohingya has again put...

The book that foresaw the assault on the Rohingyas

Francis Wade predicted the miserable fate of Myanmar’s hated Muslim minority in a book appearing 10 days before the violence began Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist...

Rohingya: the descendants of ancient Arakan

Thousands of Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh to escape genocide. Hundreds have died on the journey, and thousands did not even get the...

A brief history of the word “Rohingya” at the heart of...

The Rohingya are a largely Muslim ethnic minority in Myanmar at the center of a humanitarian catastrophe. But the Myanmar government won’t even use...

Exclusive: ‘We are not terrorists,’ says Rohingya guerilla commander

Latest update : 2017-09-27 Nearly half a million people have fled violence in Burma in recent weeks, as global furore mounts over authorities’ treatment of...

‘We are not terrorists’ – an exclusive interview with an ARSA...

An Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army commander in an exclusive interview with the Dhaka Tribune recounts the story of the August 25 attack on a...

Rohingya children recall horror of losing parents

About 1,400 Rohingya children have crossed the Myanmar border to Bangladesh without their parents, many of them orphans. In order to protect their privacy, children...

Ex-US Diplomat: Ayatollah Khamenei’s Statement on Myanmar Entirely Correct

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – An American author and former diplomat from Washington hailed Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei’s stance against some...

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Activists are angry at Aung San Suu Kyi's inaction over alleged atrocities against Rohingya in Rakhine [Dondi Tawatao/Reuters]

Concerns, Causes and Countermeasures to the Rohingya Problem

By Dr. Habib Siddiqui In the last four months, since August 2017, more than 615,000 natives of Arakan – the Rohingya Muslims and Hindus –...
US Ambassador to Myanmar Meets With Rakhine Political Party, NGOs to Discuss Rohingya Crisis

US Ambassador to Myanmar Meets With Rakhine Political Party, NGOs to Discuss Rohingya Crisis

The U.S. ambassador to Myanmar met with NGOs and Rakhine state’s dominant ethnic political party to discuss recent violence that has wracked the region,...
Resolving Rohingya Crisis: Europe stands by Bangladesh

Resolving Rohingya Crisis: Europe stands by Bangladesh

  EU, German, Swedish FMs assure Dhaka; Japan pledges help in repatriation process Germany, Sweden and the European Union yesterday extended their strong support to Bangladesh...
But these are the worst conditions I have encountered. This is a sentence I hear time and again from the most experienced aid workers here.

Rohingya crisis: Nothing prepared me for Bangladesh’s refugee camps

Eight-year-old May has a necklace with several keys around her neck. We ask her what they are for. Her eyes cloud over: "It is the...
China’s proposal for bilateral talks between Bangladesh and Myanmar without getting the international community involved makes no sense

Why a bilateral solution won’t work

  China’s proposal for bilateral talks between Bangladesh and Myanmar without getting the international community involved makes no sense When dealing with a humanitarian crisis, the...