Friday, January 24, 2020
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 Violence and the Making of a Muslim “Other”. By Francis Wade. Zed Books; 280 pages, $24.95 and £14.99. THE gradual implosion of an autocracy can open...
Protesters gather in front of the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok in November demanding the Myanmar government stop killing Rohingya people.
Protesters gather in front of the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok in November demanding the Myanmar government stop killing Rohingya people. (Bangkok Post file photo) NAY PYI TAW - The Ministry of Religious Affairs and Culture has announced that it is working on a treatise based on documents and chronologies written...
P. Adem Carroll is a New York Irish Muslim working on human rights and other civil society issues. Currently Adem directs New York programs for Burma Task Force USA. MORE BY THIS AUTHOR There are 60 million refugees and displaced people in the world today, the most since the end of...

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