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Rohingya see a hope in Canada

By Saifullah Muhammad People are resilient, we say. But now, in the middle of a growing refugee crisis that has left nearly a million people without a home and living with the trauma of horrific violence, that feels trite. The Rohingya people have no choice but to be strong. The other option is death, despair […]

Bob Rae’s final report: A glimpse of hope for Rohingya

By Saifullah Muhammad Prime minister’s special envoy to Myanmar, Bob Rae, released a report Tuesday urging Canada to “signal a willingness” to welcome Rohingya refugees and implement sanctions against those responsible for the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the southeast Asian country. The report titled: “Tell them we’re human,” also states that there is evidence “to support the […]

CRDI Thanks Canada for Supporting Rohingya Human Rights

By Saifullah Muhammad Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative (CRDI), thanks the Twenty-Ninth Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for imposing sanctions on Major-General Maung Maung Soe under the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act in response to the genocidal violence committed by actors and entities associated with the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. […]

Rohingya in Rathedaung need international attention

By Saifullah Muhammad, Rathedaung is the administrative town of Rathedaung Township in the Arakan State, the westernmost part of Myanmar (Burma). It is 65 kilometres north of Sittwe, where 40 thousand Rohingyas lived in 24 villages till Aug. 25, 2017. Since the beginning of the state-sponsored violence against the innocent,  and helpless Rohingya people in June 2012, at least 20 major casualties have been […]

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