Fearful, Fighting, Forgotten? | International Inaction over the Rohingya Crisis

Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim minority group in Myanmar, has faced institutionalised discriminatory policies, such as exclusionary citizenship laws, for decades, the same law which eventually ostracised all the legal rights of the Rohingyas in their home country as nationals. The 2017 military wipe-out was the last of its version to make a myriad of these human beings face inhuman maltreatment, compelling over seven hundred thousand Rohingyas to flee into Bangladesh by crossing a sea, lands and hills. With the advent of the recent military coup in Myanmar, the question is: what will be the fate of these hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas? Will they ever be able to live a stable life?

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