Rohingya are often described as "the world's most persecuted minority". They are an ethnic group, majority of whom are Muslim, who have lived for centuries in the majority Buddhist Myanmar Currently, there are about 1.1 million Rohingya who live in the Southeast Asian country. The Rohingya speak Rohingya or Ruaingga, a dialect that is distinct to others spoken in Rakhine State and throughout Myanmar. They are not considered one of the country's official ethnic groups and have been denied citizenship in Myanmar since 1982, which has effectively rendered them stateless. Where are the Rohingya from?
In Myanmar, there is a total of 810,000 reported stateless persons, mostly belonging to the Rohingya religious and ethnic minority group. Minority communities are also affected in Thailand, which ranks second on the list with 506,197 reported stateless people. In Africa, Cote d’Ivoire alone is home to 700,000 stateless persons chiefly due to restrictive citizenship laws which exclude a great part of the population from nationality rights. Looking at Europe, the problem mostly affects the Baltic countries, which gained their independence after the dissolution of the USSR. As a result of State succession, Latvia and Estonia hold a number of 262,802 and 88,076 stateless people respectively.
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
In September 2, 1945, after the World War 2 ended, British policy in India was dismantled and India formally became an independent country in August, 15, 1947. However, due to the effect of conflict of religions, Hinduism based India and Islam based Pakistan was finally separated. British policy held the various princely states, and most of the states were included in either Pakistan or India. However, Kashmir, a place where in middle between Pakistan and India presented a serious problems. The king of the Kashmir, Maharaja was Hindu, but 80% of the people in there were Muslims.
Rohingyas are the one of the most minor Muslim group of people of 1.1 million people who lives in the Western part of Myanmar, the country of Buddhism. These people have been living in this country for centuries. However, they were not given the citizenship of the country. Rohingyas were always been neglected by the country but it became serious in the year 2012 after an incidence of a confliction between Muslim militants and Myanmar police. Since then the situation gets worse and worse and it ended up with inhuman acts like killing or Rape Rohingyas brutally till now.
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
According to reports, over 200,000 women of ages six to eighty have been raped in Congo over the past decades. Some reports even claim that 40 women are raped in Congo every day. Moreover, these acts of violence are done by troops and different other groups operating in Congo.  A huge problem in Congo is the recruitments of child soldiers. Keeping in mind, the fact that Congo is a war torn state that has problems of poverty, violence and hunger.
The Rohingyas are subject to many restrictions like banned from travelling without authorization and prohibited from working outside their villages, they cannot even get married without permission from the authorities, and severely lack sufficient access to food, medical care and education. The persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority at the hands of national and regional government authorities and local actors in western Myanmar’s Rakhine State has forcibly displaced hundreds of thousands of people since the outbreak of widespread violence in 2012. Some 150,000 Rohingya Muslims remain in more than 80 internal displacement camps in Rakhine State with limited access to humanitarian aid, while more than 100,000 others have fled by sea to other countries, often at the hands of abusive human traffickers. The government of Myanmar continues to impose severe restrictions on all Rohingya, Including restrictions on freedom of movement, marriage, childbirth, and other aspects of everyday life. It is estimated that over 100,000 Rohingya refugees are now living in
Rohingya is an ethnic group and majority of them are Muslims. After 1962 military overthrow in Myanmar, rules and laws have changed drastically where the Rohingya were only given foreign identity cards for each of them instead of national registration cards. This card limits the jobs, educational opportunities and other rights they could pursue and obtain as a citizen. However, things got worse in 1982 when a new citizenship law was passed through the parliament. This time, the Rohingya have been denied citizenship which makes them stateless and unwelcomed to their own country.
Perceptions of Support Staffs on English Usage at the Workplace – support staff at public universities in Malaysia – weakest skill is speaking due to the lack of usage of the speaking skills Introduction – It is doubtless that English is the lingua franca of the world. Historically, due to colonisation by the British, English was introduced as a medium of communication in Malaysia. After the independence of Malaysia, English stayed to be among the main languages taught and practiced in the country. Nevertheless, this has became a major hindrance in terms of employability for our local graduates and value of workers in the workplace. Local English newspaper, The Star (2015) reported 1,000 medical graduates had to give up their dreams of becoming doctors due to poor English command being the key reason.