No end in sight for sufferings of Rohingyas

Rohingya zulmü bitmiyor

The tragedy of the Rohingya Muslims, whose Myanmar citizenships were revoked through a law adopted in 1982, went largely unnoticed at the time. On top of being deprived of their citizenship rights and thus considered refugees in their own country, unable to work, go to school and benefit from healthcare and social security services, the Rohingya Muslims were also subjected to an extensive genocide. It was a terrible tragedy; Rohingyas would be exiled from their homes, the refugee camps where they resided would be burned down, and murders and the oppression would see no end.

Iran’s first English daily newspaper, the Tehran Times published Harun Yahya’s article on February 15th 2017. 

2017-02-20 23:33:23

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