Muslim militants have risen up and began fighting back due to the mistreatment of the Rohingya. This backlash has caused the myanmar military to start attacking the muslim militant as well as innocent civilians within the rakhine state. The havoc that is occuring in the rakhine state is illustrated in an article from BBC news, it says “The latest exodus began on 25 August after Rohingya Arsa militants attacked more than 30 police posts... At least 6,700 Rohingya, including at least 730 children under the age of five, were killed in the month after the violence broke out, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). Amnesty International says the Myanmar
The Trail of Tears was a massive transport of thousands of Native Americans across America. After the Indian removal act was issued in 1830 by president Andrew Jackson, the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee, and Seminole tribes were taken from their homelands and transported through territories in what many have called a death march. The government, on behalf of the new settlers ' cotton picking businesses, forced the travel of one hundred thousand Native Americans across the Mississippi River to a specially designated Indian territory for only the fear and close-mindedness of their people. The Native Americans were discriminated against by not only their new government, but also the people of their country and forced to undertake one of the most difficult journeys of their lives. The government of early America was not kind to people of any color besides white.
In the course of over the last seven decades, governments in Myanmar have discriminated against Rohingyas, failing to count them as a ‘national race’ or even a distinctive linguistic, religious and cultural group. In 1998, in a letter to UNHCR, Burma’s then Prime Minister General KhinNyunt wrote: “Rohingyas are not originally from Myanmar but have illegally migrated to Myanmar because of population pressures in their own country.” And a February 2009 article in the government-owned New Light of Myanmar newspaper stated that “In Myanmar there is no national race by the name of Rohinja.” Deprivation of citizenship has served as a key strategy to justify arbitrarytreatment and discriminatory policies against the Rohingya. On 10 May 2008, the Rohingya were allowed to vote in the constitutional referendum but ironically the new Constitution, which was approved, does not contain any provisions granting them citizenship rights. There is no political will for the Rohingya to be accepted as Burmese citizens in the foreseeable future (Lewa, 2009).As Myanmar Govt. considers that Rohingyas are economic migrants from Bangladesh, especially from the Chittagong area which is adjacent to Rakhaine State of Myanmar, where Rohingyas are living, that’s why they cannot be the citizen of Myanmar.
But Malaysia has ordered its navy to repel them. Bangladesh may sometimes allow them to live in refugee camps on its south-eastern border, but still sends them back to Myanmar. There are approximately 200,000 Rohingyas living in refugee camps, lots are living in very bad conditions. Indonesia Has made it clear they are not welcome, turning away many of these migrants. (BBC
The people received justice because the overthrown government had many issues. The government orchestrated evil acts of terror that left many Egyptians living under fear. The occupation of Imbaba serves as the best example because in 1992, government forces occupied the town for six weeks. The soldiers harassed and arrested civilians in the name of rooting out al-game's al-islamiyya followers. The occupation resulted in a war that led to the death of 1106 people.
He was not open-minded and spend most of his time fighting against rebellions. Aurangzeb was committed to making India an orthodox Muslim state. As a result, Aurangzeb destroyed many Hindu temples and banned Hindu festivals. Censors or Royal religious police were appointed to enforce morals, and edicts were issued against gambling, drinking, prostitution, and narcotics. Furthermore, a poll tax on Hindus was imposed in 1679.
After researching the political party in charge, the large amounts of casualties, and the results of the conflict, it is apparent that the genocide that took place in Cambodia was one of the worst events in human history. A major cause of a genocide is the political party in charge, or an uprising group that is trying to gain power. The Khmer Rouge was a radical communist party that was uprising in Cambodia at the time. According
The concept of superiority merge into governments and cultures, resulting in destruction and chaos. Another civilization that merged the concept of superiority and a harsh social hierarchy, was the ancient Indians. It lasted many generations and the caste system was produced as a result. Even though India abolished the caste system in 1950, many continue to follow it’s traditional beliefs of treating women unfairly. In India, many individuals are beginning to revolt against these cruel acts through ways such as riots and coalitions.
The 1978 “Operation King Dragon” was a watershed moment in the history of the Rohingya people. While tensions have always existed since the 1950s where ethnic Rakine and Muslim communities demanded autonomy from the Myanmar government (Smith, 1999), “Operation King Dragon” culminated in legislative action that stripped all Rohingya of citizenship in 1982. Since then, there have been intermittent moves by the Myanmar state to impose forced labour, inflict violence and enforce policies of discrimination on the Rohingya. Such patterns of persecution have continued till today, and have actually worsened as Myanmar undertakes democratic reforms. This has resulted in many Rohingya being targeted for killing and increased the number of refugees seeking refuge in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia (Singh, 2014).
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) gives responsibility of this brutal killing (Behaviour Modification). Although not 100% but in mostly madrassas actually brings radicalism and train extremists, in 1960s large number of madrassas were increased in Pakistan and contributing mostly in promoting sectarianism, making conditions of hostility, strikes, unrest and terrorism. (International Crisis Group 2002; Grare, 2007). On June 23, 2013 a gunman killed 9 foreign tourists in an exceptional attack in the Himalayas of Nanga Parbat. This was a major back draw for tourism sector of