The Asean Ulama & NGOs Declaration on The Myanmar Geniocide of Rohingya

The Asean Ulama & NGOs Declaration on The Myanmar Genocide of Rohingya

We the delegates in the emergency meeting of Muslims scholars and NGO activists in the Asean region and beyond, on the 29th November 2016, after deliberating the issues and plight of the oppressed Rohingya...
Rohingya refugees run to the crew of the Nautical Aliya as they provide relief supplies at the Balu Khali Rohingya refugee camp

Explainer: What’s Happening to Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims

Over the past several months, the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar's Rakhine state has been subject to a large-scale military and police crackdown that has yielded wide-scale reports of rape, torture, and random killings...
Superintendent of Police (Rural-Jammu) Arun Gupta said police have registered a case against unknown persons.

Rohingya man ‘thrashed’ in Jammu, asked to ‘leave city’, Police registers case

A Rohingya Muslim was allegedly attacked by some unidentified persons and threatened to leave the Jammu city on Monday, leading to registration of case by police into the incident. Superintendent of Police (Rural-Jammu) Arun Gupta...
Tropical storm leaves Bangladesh flooded and thousands of Rohingya refugees 'without a roof

Rohingya camps in Bangladesh destroyed by Cyclone Mora

At least seven people have died and 50 others injured by Cyclone Mora that has also left thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh waiting for help after a night in the rain. Bangladesh's border region,...
Security forces allegedly committed violence during 4-month operation, says UN rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar

Rohingya situation ‘hardly improved’: UN envoy

Human rights has worsened in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state following a four-month-long military crackdown, a UN representative said Friday. “The general situation for the Rohingya has hardly improved since my last visit in January, and...
Four Rohingya Muslim youths, all of them with gunshot wounds sustained during the army’s ongoing crackdown in Myanmar’s north-western Rakhine State, have been admitted to Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH).

4 Rohingya youths admitted to CMCH with bullet wounds

They entered Bangladesh from Maungdaw after receiving gunshot injuries during the ongoing crackdown of the Myanmar army Four Rohingya Muslim youths, all of them with gunshot wounds sustained during the army’s ongoing crackdown in Myanmar’s...
Shelters capable of housing 200,000 refugees are being constructed at Balukhali in Cox’s Bazar.

Balukhali shelter to house 200,000 Rohingya refugees

Shelters capable of housing 200,000 refugees are being constructed at Balukhali in Cox’s Bazar. Nearly 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed over to Bangladesh to escape a violent army operation in Myanmar, according to the UN. “They...
Rohingya risk their lives to flee to Malaysia

Rohingya risk their lives to flee to Malaysia

It was after sunset when Subahan Nurul Haq began the treacherous journey to flee his Myanmar hometown for Malaysia. This was in June last year, when the weather was hot and sticky, but it...
A medical officer providing vaccine to a Rohingya child File Photo

The real reason so many Rohingya girls are pregnant

  Unable to do anything else to protect their daughters from the jaw of brutal sexual assault by Myanmar’s military forces and Mogh extremists, helpless parents in the country’s strife-torn Rakhine state are marrying off...
The countries who are concerned about the Rohingyas can also rehabilitate them in their own land

Obaidul Quader: Rohingya may be rehabilitated in Bhasan Char

  'The countries who are concerned about the Rohingyas can also rehabilitate them in their own land' The displaced Rohingya refugees, who entered Bangladesh escaping persecution in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, may be rehabilitated in Bhasan Char,...
The impact of hundreds and thousands of Rohingya refugees have been devastating to the forest cover and water availability in Cox’s Bazar, fuelling resentments with the local population The daily slog to get firewood begins early in the day for the Rohingya refugees [image by: Mokammel Shuvo]

Barren hills bring Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshis into conflict

A bunch of tree roots on his head, Ramzan Ali was coming back towards his polythene and bamboo hut at the Kutupalong. “Where did you get these roots?” I asked, Ramzan Ali said he dug...

Amidst brewing storms, Rohingya refugee volunteers find new purpose

By: Johan Smits , July 17, 2018 Despite the hopelessness of their situation, Rohingya refugee volunteers are pushing back against their plight to provide crucial support to their community When Kaida Noor was learning embroidery this...

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