Against Rohingya

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The Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted minorities in the world. Democracies ignore their plight and they have been discriminated against for decades. Rohingyas have effectively stateless since the passing of the Myanmar's 1982 citizenship law. The Myanmar government does not recognize the Rohingya as an ethnic group, instead insisting they are Bengali economic migrants. In Febuary this year it declared that Rohingya "is terminology which has never been included among over 100 national races of Myanmar (Burma)". (http://www.theweek.co.uk/63745/the-rohingya-boat-crisis-why-refugees-are-fleeing-burma) Recently, in the Buddhist dominant Myanmar, there has been Buddhist attacks against the Rohingya Muslims. The cause of the attacks sparked…show more content…
This economic supports can be channeled towards the creation of facilities, and the provision of food, water, shelter and other emergency needs, to house the thousands of people who have been stranded on sea and accepted into Malaysia and…show more content…
These traffickers in Thailand hold them for ransom or sell them into slavery. (http://www.khaosodenglish.com/detail.php?newsid=1431426350) 139 dead Rohingya migrants in mass graves (http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/the-boat-people-crisis-in-south-east-asia) No country can take an endless number of refugees as their own citizens will not accept it. In the end, the Rohingya migrants have to be resettled in their source country, Myanmar, or somewhere which can accept them
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