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The House of - ROHINGYA
  • A house under its Existential Threat
The House of Rohingya

10 Stages of the Myanmar Genocide

1. CLASSIFICATION

  • Removed Rohingya from the official ethnic groups
  • Classified Rohingya as “others”

2. SYMBOLISATION

  • Refer the Rohingya people as “Kala”, “Bengali”, “Illegal immigrants”, etc..
  • Consider “us and them”

3. DISCRIMINATION

  • Stripped of civil rights and citizenship under 1982 Citizenship Law
  • Restricted basic human rights and freedoms

4. DEHUMANISATION

  • Referred as “snakes”, “mad dogs”, “ugly as ogres”
  • Dehumanised based on religion

5. ORGANISATION

  • The military and Rakhine exert total control
  • Organised mass rapes, sexual abuses, arrests, torture and murder

6. POLARISATION

  • Hateful propaganda to polarise and divide the society
  • Enacted “Race and Religion Protection” laws

7. PREPARATION

  • Laid the groundwork for violence and discrimination
  • Labelled previous military operations “unfinished business”

8. PERSECUTION

  • Segregated Rohingya into IDP camps
  • Acts of genocide intentionally set to destroy

9. EXTERMINATION

  • Organised two military campaigns in 2016 and 2017
  • Expelled nearly 900,000, killed around 36,000 and destroyed 392 villages

10 DENIAL

  • Blamed Rohingya, concealed evidence and denied genocide
  • Denied by both the military and civilian leaders
A systematic depopulation of Rohingya from Arakan State of Myanmar over half a century

The Rohingya Population Expulsion

  • 1978
    290,000
  • 1991-2
    260,000
  • 2012-15
    225,000
  • 2016-17
    100,000
  • 2017
    745,000
HATRED SPREADS LIKE WEEDS

In attempting to destroy the Rohingya population as a whole, Burma destroys itself in every walk of life.

Rohingya have seen and warned about the seed of hate and lie that the Burmese Military and Buddhist neighbours sowed on their native land. It took roots while remaining dormant for many years before it finally bloomed - denying their rights and justice, spreading venomous hatred and vicious cycle of violence, and uprooting their families from their once peaceful and thriving land.

Documentaries on Genocidal Policies and Poetry

Documenting The House

A folder of articles and poetry

The written notes

  • All
  • Articles
  • Poetry
A collection of Testimonials, Sayings, and Spiritual Verses

The in-house Rohingya Posters