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The Rohingya – The Stateless People Even a Nobel laureate Does Not Want
By admin January 7, 2019

The Rohingya, considered by the international community to be the “most persecuted minority in the world”, are a majority Muslim ethnic group that represent the largest percentage of Muslims in Myanmar. They have their own language and culture and are descendants of Arab traders and other groups who have been in the region for generations.

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Chechnya ‘Genocide’
By admin May 19, 2017

Chechnya leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, has been accused for carrying out genocide against gay individuals, called out as a “wave of persecution.” In a specific case when a teenager was reportedly thrown out of a window on the ninth-floor after his uncle discovered he was gay. Etienne Deshoulieres, a lawyer who supports three gay rights groups,

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Genocide in South Sudan
By admin May 9, 2017

About a month ago, the UN commission of inquiry for South Sudan was given leverage to start targeting perpetrators that commit human rights abuses such as rapes and tortures that are being played out currently. To note, there are major concerns that South Sudanese nationals are being ethnically cleansed by government forces and their allies.

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Religious Persecution in Burma
By admin January 17, 2017

Violence against the Rohingya Muslims has spun out of control, with the Burmese military and security behind these campaigns of violence. The Rohingya Muslims have been living amongst predominantly Buddhist people for generations, however no one seems to recognize them as citizens. These hate crimes are being acted out by the Buddhist majority in the

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