What happened to the Rohingya in Myanmar was planned, deliberate and targeted. It is ethnic cleansing and a crime against humanity.
According to an UN estimate, more than 622,000 Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh from Rakhine since the Myanmar military launched a brutal crackdown on the ethnic minority on August 25. Bangladesh and Myanmar have reached an arrangement to begin the repatriation of the Rohingyas who have fled to Bangladesh from Rakhine State over the last one year to escape persecution.
Films 4 Peace Foundation documented the horrific torture, rape and abduction of men, women and children at the hands of Myanmar security forces through photography.
Films 4 Peace Foundation invites you to the opening of the exhibition “Brutality Against Humanity” by Australian documentary photographer, Mr. Salahuddin Ahmad. The event organized on the occasion of the International Human Rights Day will take place on 01-02 December at 03:00 PM to 08:00 PM at Drik Gallery II, House 58, Road 15A (New), Dhanmondi Residential Area, Dhaka 1209, Bangladesh
It’s clear what has to happen next. The international community must put pressure on Myanmar to end its campaign of violence.
Enough is enough, together we can work for the rights of the Rohingyas and the repatriation with dignity.
Take action now to stop the genocide.