“I knew my houses and my land, that everything had been taken,” 45-year-old Ali says. “I knew I would be coming back to nothing.”
Tag Archives | Genocide
On the heels of the commemoration of the genocide at Srebrenica, an appeals court in Serbia halted the first ever war crimes trial.
A 200-year old historical mosque in Buthidaung Township was bulldozed by the Myanmar military on April 3, 2017.
How an apocalyptic tradition played into the hands of anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim hatemongers.
Militias run rampant in Iraq and all communities are affected.
Pope Francis draws Catholic world’s attention to suffering of Rohingya.
A document allegedly from the Director of Religious Affairs instructs subordinates to prevent Muslims from reading/teaching Quran.
Nearly a half million Cham Muslims were killed by the Khmer Rogue. 25% of the 2 million victims, though they made up 1% of the population.
The Rohingya peoples face annihilation.
When a Nobel Prize Laureate expressed contempt for being ‘interviewed by a Muslim.’
Many survivor accounts describe how Arabs offered help and shelter, even adopting orphans when they could.
“A video has surfaced of Hindutva extremists allied to MP Yogi Adityanath.”
For its 10th year anniversary show, the French TV reality game show channel M6 chose to celebrate by sending the participants of Pékin Express on an adventure in Burma, where a genocide of Muslims continues.