Almost 14 years have
passed since the UN General Assembly recognized the suffering the
Rohingya experienced at the hands of Burma’s military regime.
Yet, Rohingya and Muslims from Burma continue to be subjected to
a widespread and systematic campaign of persecution and discrimination
at home and the denial of basic protection and fundamental rights
in neighboring countries.
Often overlooked in global media
coverage, the plight of more than 1 million Rohingya and Muslims
from Burma should be more closely watched by the international community,
to prevent what increasingly appears to be another genocide in the