Gambia, with the support of the members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation filed a case before the ICJ alleging that the Myanmar’s military, the Tatmadaw, committed acts of genocide against the Rohingya.
he first group of Rohingya came to Bangladesh as refugees in the 1970s.
he “Love Army,” led by Jerome Jarre, made a call to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the Muslims in Rohingya this time first with the hashtag #LoveArmyForRohingya and later #ErdoganHelpRohingya on Twitter.
ollowing the crimes committed against Rohingya Muslims by the Myanmar security officers and Buddhist mobs, according to the United Nations, since August 25 approximately 520,000 Rohingya have crossed from Rakhine to Bangladesh.
ince violence erupted in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, the UN has stated that an approximate of 421,000 Rohingya Muslims have crossed from Myanmar to Bangladesh since August 25.
hile the UN has described the Rohingya as the most executed peoples, increasing support from all over the world has raised political awareness of the crimes taking place.
These radicals have deliberately engineered a “hate storm,” and it’s without coincidence that a wave of attacks were carried out against Christians days after Hindutva hate preachers at the Dharma Sansad (Hindu convention) in mid-December vowed to “kill and die” for a Hindu nation, and “be ready to kill and go to jail,” while others urged Indian security forces to mimic the Myanmar military’s crackdown against Rohingya Muslims.
Read: Genocide on Trial: The Rohingya Plight and Gambia’s Moral Foreign PolicyTen years ago, the significant Russian – and N.
Read: Pope Francis’s failure to say the word “Rohingya”While Pope Francis shared his thoughts on the visit, thanking the Kurds in Iraq for their friendship and warm welcome via Twitter, one of the commemorative stamps issued by the Kurdish Regional Government appeared to contain a map including some Turkish provinces.
For the country’s non-Burmese ethnic nationalities or national minorities such as the Karen, Kachin, Shan, Chin, Mon, Rakhine, Rohingya, and so on, the Tatmadaw – primarily commanded by majoritarian Burmese and exclusively by Buddhists – has been an alien colonial occupier.
Myanmar officials, for example, may find themselves indicted for the treatment of members of Myanmar’s Rohingya population.
Read: Genocide on Trial: The Rohingya Plight and Gambia’s Moral Foreign PolicyAll of this may also expound the outright neglect of ongoing genocides (currently the Uyghurs in China and Rohingyas in Myanmar) because tackling them more directly wouldn’t benefit the interests of the Great White-Northern Powers.