By Haikal Mansor As natural and healthcare disasters looming over more than a million Rohingya refugees confined in squalid Bangladesh refugee camps after fleeing the recent campaigns of genocide in their native Burma, Rohingya lose hopes of voluntarily returning to their places of origin as the world is failing all over again and the genocidal…Read More
By Haikal Mansor As the world celebrates “The International Women’s Day” on March 8, more than 357,000 Rohingya women and girls are among nearly a million of Rohingya population which is forced to flee their place of origin, suffering harrowing crimes of genocide – murder, rape, sexual violence, throwing into fire, arson, killing of beloved…Read More
For my fellow Buddhist countrymen and women who lost in a world of darkness, I wish you could see yourselves in ours – Rohingya. It hurts seeing Buddhists turn so violence. I’ve grown up listening sermons of Buddhist monks from the monastary just less than 3-minute walk from my home in Maungdaw.