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The military calls the campaign a “clearance” operation against an insurgent terrorist military group.
Thousands of Rohingya have lived in decrepit internal displacement camps in Myanmar for years.More than 400,000 Rohingya refugees were already living in Bangladesh; now those numbers are doubling. The Rohingya Muslims earned the title the “world’s most persecuted minority” long before Suu Kyi assumed a position of power in government in 2015, five years after being freed from her 15 (out of 21) years under house arrest.And across the region, the Rohingya have not had proper access to health care or an education in decades. The description is usually attributed to the United Nations, but it is so often repeated that it’s hard to trace its origin. A 2013 Harvard Divinity School study concluded: “Today, the Rohingya face discrimination in areas of education, employment, public health, housing, religious activity, movement, and family life.” That includes a mandatory two-child limit per Rohingya household — a restriction that is only applied to the Rohingya.On September 14, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke out about the “horrors that we are witnessing occurring in Burma.” “This violence must stop; this persecution must stop,” he said.
“It’s been characterized by many as ethnic cleansing.Many reports on Rohingya persecution and marginalization begin with Myanmar’s 1982 citizenship law, which stripped the country’s 1 million Rohingya of citizenship, leaving them without access to health care or education. In Myanmar, even the word “Rohingya” itself is taboo: The country’s leaders do not use it, and some asked the international community not to use the name.