The History Of Rohingya

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The Rohingya people are a stateless Indo – Aryan People from Rakhine State Myanmar. Majority of these people are Muslims and some are Hindus. They have been denied citizenship under the 1982 Myanmar Nationality Law which abandoned them from getting any nationality. They are restricted from freedom of movement, education and jobs. The Rohingyas have faced military crackdowns in 1978, 1991–1992, 2012- 2015 and 2061–2017. They are subjected to Crimes against Humanity. A cruel genocide has been casted upon them. They have heritage which are influenced by the Arabs, Mughals, Portuguese etc. Rohingya legislators were elected to the Parliaments of Myanmar until persecution increased in the late-20th century. Incitement of hatred and religious has spread over Rohingya which are caused by the “ultra – nationalist Buddhists”. The Myanmar military have been…show more content…
According to the UN, the human rights violations against the Rohingyas are "crimes against humanity".

The History of Rohingya

The Rohingya population is concentrated in the historical region of Arakan, an old coastal country of Southeast Asia. It is not clear who were the original settlers of Arakan. Burmese nationalist claims that the Rakhine inhabited Arakan since 3000 BCE. This claim could not be supported by any archaeological evidence. The first Arakanese state

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