Documentary by Haikal Mansor Aung San Suu Kyi, the current de-facto leader of Myanmar was born into a Bamar nationalist family. Her father General Aung San was the founder of Modern-day Myanmar Military. During the independence struggle, he fought along and was influenced by Burmese Muslim leaders such as U Razak and U Raschid and…Read More
By Haikal Mansor As the city which has enlightened my hope and dream of education, I seek nothing, but the hope from you to stick with the principles to honour, stand and provide hope to the victims of “21st Century Genocide” that the world still cares, there is compassion and the solidarity stands unstained, and…Read More
By Haikal Mansor Ireland can no longer wait. This great country experienced the worst in the past when a million men, women, young boys and girls lost their lives in one of the largest tragedies in the history of humanity, partly resulted in disorganization of the ruling at the time and “too little too late” in…Read More
Rohingya are the subject of documentary, documentation. We form the theme of song, poem, photo exhibition. We become the scapegoat of poltical extremism, religious fanaticism, regional and global power-struggling dogmatism. We are the lastest victims who benefit everyone except the victims themselves.