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Myanmar Muslims live in constant fear
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Are we witnessing a slow genocide?

Will the genocide be accelerated if powerful nationalist groups get elected? The humanitarian crisis continues in Myanmar.

Dalai Lama Decries Buddhist Attacks On Muslims In Myanmar
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COLLEGE PARK, Md., May 7 (Reuters) – Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Tuesday decried Buddhist monks’ attacks on Muslims in Myanmar, saying killing in the name of religion was “unthinkable.”

Suu Kyi spokesman: “There is no Rohingya”
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As advocates condemn “ethnic cleansing” of the Rohingya, officials say no such group exists. YANGON, Myanmar — From the depths of obscurity, Myanmar’s highly beleaguered Muslim Rohingya ethnicity has become something of a global cause célèbre.

Burma: Buddhist Mob Attacks Muslim Properties and Mosques in Oakkan Town
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There have been several stories over the past month of violence directed at Muslims that we have not covered but suffice it to say the perpetuation of hate and violence continues in Burma.

Sex, Women and Racism in Myanmar: How Irrational They are
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Recently, a friend forwarded me a link to a web blog. The link points to a 400-page document, titled “Islam Virus”, which is a collection of misinformation about Islam – how cruel, inhumane and scary Muslims are.

Burmese Muslims Skeptical of Mosque Fire That Killed 13 Children
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It’s important to highlight that there are conflicting reports on what caused this tragic fire and that it is not established that it was the result of arsonists. The persecution that Muslims have faced in Myanmar has been on a horrific scale and does not engender trust in the authorities.

HRW: 882 Homes Torched in Anti-Muslim Violence in Burma
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RANGOON—Satellite images released by Human Rights Watch on Monday revealed that during the recent unrest between Buddhists and the Muslim minority in Meikhtila town, mobs burned down three neighborhoods covering 60.5 acres and containing at least 828 homes.

Deadly clashes in Burma between Buddhists and Muslims
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Burma‘s president has declared a state of emergency after two days of sectarian violence in a central town that has killed at least 20 people.

Update: Stateless Rohingya Living in Prison-like Camps
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A large chunk of Abdul Rahman’s home is gone, and so is his oldest son, Shakur. The ethnic Rohingya farmer tore down nearly half his home for scrap needed to secure his son’s passage on a boat bound for Malaysia.

Special Report: Witnesses tell of organized killings of Myanmar Muslims
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She wanted rice for their three children. He said they couldn’t afford it. Apartheid-like restrictions had prevented Muslims like Tun Naing from working for Buddhists here in Rakhine State along Myanmar’s western border, costing the 38-year-old metalworker his job.