The Rohingyas : inside Myanmar's hidden genocide
|Title||: The Rohingyas : inside Myanmar's hidden genocide [1st edition]|
|Author||: Azeem Ibrahim Azeem Ibrahim Azeem Ibrahim|
|Publisher||: Speaking Tiger - 2017|
|Call No. (AUMARK)||: 305.697 (IBR)|
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Bibliography : The Rohingya are quite simply one of the most helpless and forsaken peoples of the world. An ethnic minority disdained by the Burmese public and ignored by the Burmese government; the Rohingya do not have full citizenship rights. About 1.1 million Rohingya live in apartheid-like conditions in northern Rakhine. They need to seek official permission to marry or even travel outside their villages. Despite the fact that the vast majority of Rohingya families have called Rakhine home for generations, the government views them as âBengaliâ interlopers from across the border. Bangladeshi authorities, meanwhile, have struggled to cope with the influx, frequently turn away Rohingya civilians seeking entry and do not view them as formal refugees. - See more at: http://southasiajournal.net/the-rohingyas-inside-myanmars-hidden-genocide-book-review/