Rohingya remembers their plight on the tenth of June Reviewed by Momizat on . Rohingya Muslims every year remembers on the anniversary of their plight on the tenth of June, to look back at the tragedies that occurred on them and to renew Rohingya Muslims every year remembers on the anniversary of their plight on the tenth of June, to look back at the tragedies that occurred on them and to renew Rating: 0
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Rohingya remembers their plight on the tenth of June

Rohingya Muslims every year remembers on the anniversary of their plight on the tenth of June, to look back at the tragedies that occurred on them and to renew the spirit for their cause also to raise awareness around Muslims.
In 2012, a Buddhist girl’s death triggered the hate of Buddhists towards Muslims and several days after the event Buddhist extremists killed ten Muslim advocates on their way to the neighboring village.
It is not proofed that Muslims are actually involved in the girl’s death, however, Buddhist hate preachers dissolved human morality and triggered the wrath of revenge in the hearts of Buddhists was enough to kill ten innocent Muslim preachers in brutal and inhumane manner.
On the tenth of June of the same year clashes between Muslims and Buddhists in another city broke out against the backdrop of the killing of these Muslims preachers and of course Muslims were overwhelmed as they are minority, which led to killings, tortures and the burning of homes by Buddhists at the sight of security personnel and they did not intervene neither controlled the situation, and day after day the situation got worse which led to thousands Rohingyas to flee from their villages and the country.
The Rohingya crisis extends decades of mistreatment but their plight was awaken since the events of 2012 in front of the international community.
Every year on 10th of June activists in social networking sites like twitter held campaigns which is often attended by celebrities, advocates and human rights activists to call for an end to this prolonged crisis.

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