Widely-known as the world’s most persecuted minority group, the Rohingya in Myanmar is now facing extinction. Denied citizenship rights, denied their very ethnic identity, hundreds of thousands have fled Rakhine State in Myanmar over the border into Bangladesh, where they face squalid conditions.
Many have witnessed death, mutilation, and rape, as well as whole villages, what they called home, burning to ashes. Leading British Muslim figure Muhammad Abdul Bari has no doubt that what the Rohingya have been subject to, is genocide.
In this concise but powerfully argued book, he brings to light the scale and barbarity of their suffering and argues that the international community, through the UN, must ensure their full repatriation with full citizen rights to their homeland.