The letter, revealed by The Guardian, begins with startling statistics of simply how many individuals have been affected by this contemporary genocide. “More than 600,000 Rohingya people have been driven from their homes, had their land destroyed, and endured torture and rape while searching for safety,” it reads. This letter comes after the United Nations Security Council unanimously accepted a press release on Monday condemning the violence. While the step was important, it fell wanting a stronger movement proposed by Western nationals however opposed by China, experiences Time.
Open Letter Against Ethnic Cleansing Rohingya Myanmar
(Last Updated On: November 11, 2017)