Wednesday, November 18, 2015

False hope, no mercy for fleeing Rohingya migrants from Myanmar

Muhammad Selim was loaded into a sampan with other migrants “like chickens” as he sought better employment in Malaysia. Instead, he worked for six months at a Malaysian construction site before being rounded up by police, abused in prison and sent back home. Stories like this are not uncommon for many of the unfortunate Rohingyas fleeing genocide in Myanmar. Their situation seems hopeless.
Here is an article on this subject from the Globe and the Mail.

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