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Myanmar gov’t doggedly continues with its genocide denial

‘Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her partners in crimes should know that denial is a part of genocide’. After having co-presided with the visiting Chinese president Xi Jinping over the signing of 33 agreements, including bilateral trade deals, Memorandums of Understanding, strategic …

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Genocide — the Sequel: now Muslims are the target

We are approaching that time of year when people of many faiths and none come together in unity to mark Holocaust Memorial Day, which serves as a stark reminder of how genocidal regimes throughout history have crushed communities by “othering”, marginalising and ultimately murdering minority groups. …

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Inside China’s Push to Turn Muslim Minorities Into an Army of Workers

The Communist Party wants to remold Xinjiang’s minorities into loyal blue-collar workers to supply Chinese factories with cheap labor. China is relocating Uighurs and other Muslim minorities to urban areas as part of a contentious labor program. The Times obtained rare footage taken inside one. The …

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A Sustainable Policy for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

What’s new? Two years after atrocities in Myanmar’s Rakhine State drove a wave of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh, prospects for repatriation remain dim. Frustrated Bangladeshi authorities refuse to plan for the long term, have introduced stringent security measures at refugee camps, and may move some refugees to …

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Turkey to be ‘command centre’ for fight against anti-Muslim sentiment

Ainon Mohd, Communication Coordinator between Ankara, Kaula Lumpur, Islamabad on their joint efforts to tackle anti-Muslim sentiment, told TRT World that there is more to come besides launching a TV channel to tackle anti-Muslim hatred worldwide. In September, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Pakistani Prime Minister …

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