A GENOCIDE WITH NO SOLUTION
ROHINGYA GENOCIDE TIMELINE
More than a million Rohingya have fled violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State since August 25, 2017, pouring into Bangladesh with horrific stories of atrocities. UN, major countries and ICJ called it a genocide.
In Myanmar, the Rohingya is classified as non-citizen and
separated from other ethnic groups
In Myanmar, the Rohingya are symbolized as Bengali
settlers and illegal immigrants by denying their legal citizenship.
In Myanmar, the organization includes; the 969 movement, extremist orders of monks, the Tatmadaw, and police killed thousands
The Rohingyas need permission from the State before getting married and they are restricted to having only two children
Consequently, Rohingya have been denied government jobs, healthcare, education, and confiscation of land and property
In Myanmar, the Buddhist monks call the Rohingya snakes, mad dogs, wolves, jackals, and African carp
The Government of Myanmar has trained troops, strengthen armies, and procure heavy weapons against the Rohingya
Acts of genocide occur at this stage when part of the group is intentionally destroyed
The Rohingya has lost its full rights to study, work, travel, marry, practise of religion, and access to health services
In this final stage, genocidal perpetrators attempt to deflect blame onto victims, by hiding or destroying evidence and opposing investigations