Rohingya Refugee Crisis

  • “The 2015 Rohingya refugee crisis refers to the mass migration of thousands of Rohingya people from Myanmar (also known as Burma) and Bangladesh in 2015, collectively dubbed 'boat people' by international media. Nearly all who fled traveled to Southeast Asian countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand by rickety boats via the waters of the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea.The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that 25,000 people have been taken to boats from January to March in 2015 by human traffickers.There are claims that around 100 people died in Indonesia, 200 in Malaysia, and 10 in Thailand] while on their journey after the traffickers abandoned them at sea. In October 2015, researchers from the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London released a report drawing on leaked government documents that reveals an increasing "ghettoisation, sporadic massacres, and restrictions on movement" on Rohingya peoples. The researchers suggest that the Myanmar government are in the final stages of an organised process of genocide against the Rohingya and have called upon the international community to redress the situation as such.” Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohingya_insurgency_in_Western_Myanmar

NGOs working on the issue
  • Amnesty International
  • Human Rights Watch
Sources to Consult

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“2015 Rohingya Refugee Crisis.” Wikipedia, 1 Feb. 2017. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2015_Rohingya_refugee_crisis&oldid=763047362. ”In October 2015, researchers from the International State Crime Initiative at Queen Mary University of London released a report drawing on leaked government documents that reveals an increasing "ghettoisation, sporadic massacres, and restrictions on movement" on Rohingya peoples. The researchers suggest that the Myanmar government are in the final stages of an organised process of genocide against the Rohingya and have called upon the international community to redress the situation as such” AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

 

AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

 

Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

 

ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

 

Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

AM, Lucy Westcott On 10/29/15 at 10:58. “Life for Rohingya in Myanmar Like Nazi Germany: Report.” Newsweek, 29 Oct. 2015, http://www.newsweek.com/british-ngo-report-says-rohingya-face-genocide-comparable-nazi-germany-388156. Article describing the social issues of genocide and the hopes of acting before mass killings even take place. According to reports, however, the Rohingya genocide could have been taking place in the last 30 years. Boehler, Patrick, and Sergio Peçanha. “The Global Refugee Crisis, Region by Region.” The New York Times, 8 June 2015. NYTimes.com, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/06/09/world/migrants-global-refugee-crisis-mediterranean-ukraine-syria-rohingya-malaysia-iraq.html. Site describing a number of refugee crises worldwide and the major countries involved. This site provides a good look at many issues that could be going unnoticed. ERC Calls for a U.N Commission of Inquiry on Genocide against Rohingya | The European Rohingya Council. http://www.theerc.net/2015/11/erc-calls-for-a-u-n-commission-of-inquiry-on-genocide-against-rohingya.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. European Rohingya Council calling for more attention to crisis in Myanmar. Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide. 1 edition, Hurst, 2016. An “expose of the attempt to erase the Rohingyas from the face of Myanmar.” It describes the “regular violence, arbitrary arrest and detention, extortion, and other abuses” faced by the Rohingyas. “Rohingya Refugees in Aceh, Indonesia.” Middle East Institute, http://www.mei.edu/content/map/rohingya-refugees-aceh-indonesia-hostile-hospitality. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. “Indonesia, not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, supports only two solutions for asylum seekers and refugees residing in its territory—repatriation or resettlement.[5] Local integration is not seen as a viable approach for recognized refugees. Instead, the Indonesian government sees the greatest potential to help the Rohingya in urging the Myanmar government to end their violent displacement from Rakhine state and to cease discriminating against the Rohingya.” “Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line.” Islamophobia: Myanmar’s Racist Fault-Line, http://www.statecrime.org/state-crime-research/islamophobia-myanmars-racist-fault-line/ Article describing degree of Islamophobia in Myanmar leading up to the crisis. Tensions have been building between the ethnic groups for upwards of 30 years. “Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (Rome) Takes up ‘Urgent Case’ of Myanmar’s Rohingya, http://statecrime.org/state-crime-research/rohingya-tribunal-announcement/ Letter from Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in Rome reacting to cumulating evidence for genocide in Myanmar (Burma). “Aung San Suu-Kyi Visits Kawhmu During Campaign Trail [Getty Images].” Getty Images, http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/494052626 .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. In this image a “Rohingya Muslim man who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape religious violence, cries as he pleads from a boat after he and others were intercepted by Bangladeshi border authorities in Taknaf, Bangladesh.” “Burma Is Pursuing ‘Ethnic Cleansing’ of Rohingya, U.N. Says.” Time, http://time.com/4582157/burma-myanmar-rohingya-bangladesh-arakan-ethnic-cleansing-suu-kyi/ .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Time Magazine article that provides an overview of the crisis and reports the actions of the Burmese government, the U.N. and the U.S. “Column.” The Daily Wildcat, http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2015/06/border-reform-needs-humanitarian-action .Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. An article in the University of Arizona student-run paper, The Daily Wildcat, that mentions the Rohingya refugee crisis and relates it to the national and local issue of border reform, and the deaths resulting from harsher regulations. DPM. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/dpm-govt-hire-300-rohingya-refugees-starting-march-041100934.html. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. A yahoo news article on Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement of a plan to hire 300 Rohingya refugees for legal work in Malaysia. “M-Political-Cartoons.” The Refugee Art Project, 21 July 2012, http://therefugeeartproject.com/home/m-political-cartoons?pagename=m-political-cartoons.Coffee illustrations and political cartoons responding to the Rohingya refugee crises. The artist is “an asylum seeker from Burma named Mohammad who spent over 5 years in detention. He is a member of the Rohingya Muslim community from Burma.” Rohingya Refugee. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html. Accessed 5 Feb. 2017. An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.” “Save The Rohingya.” Save The Rohingya, 23 Jan. 2014, http://savetherohingya.blogspot.com/2014/01/long-night-poem-for-rohingya.html. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Who Are the Rohingya Refugees?” Amnesty International Australia, 4 Jan. 2016, https://www.amnesty.org.au/who-are-the-rohingya-refugees/. A poem entitled, “ Long Night” by Jamila Hanan for her Rohingya friends; inspired by a deep fear her friends would be attacked, raped, and murdered due to the horrible conditions in Myanmar. “Burma's Rohingya Muslims Speak of Massacres and Rape as Government Denies Genocide.” The Independent, Independent Digital News and Media, www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html. A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. “The Rohingya Migrant Crisis.” Council on Foreign Relations, http://www.cfr.org/burmamyanmar/rohingya-migrant-crisis/p36651 . Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Article that does a great job focusing on the history of the Rohingya people “A Rohingya, Village In-Charge of Duchiradan, Killed by Unknown Assailants.” Rohingya Vision, 3 May 2015, http://www.rvisiontv.com/a-rohingya-village-in-charge-of-duchiradan-killed-by-unknown-assailants/. An article about the murder of the village in-charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya. Rohingya Vision is a Rohingya television channel providing many resources to learn more about the Rohingya genocide. "Esiegel3's Blog." Esiegel3s Blog. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2017. . A college student’s blog that gives a short overview of the history and current condition of the Rohingya. It also gives insight into the bleak outlook and limited options for those trying to escape Myanmar. Avenue, Human Rights Watch |.350 Fifth, et al. “Burma: Security Forces Raped Rohingya Women, Girls.” Human Rights Watch, 6 Feb. 2017, https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/02/06/burma-security-forces-raped-rohingya-women-girls. Article provides a great overview of the Rohingya crisis, but emphasizes the mass rapes carried out by the Burmese military.

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/rohingya-muslims-burma-government-rapes-massacres-government-genocide-ethnic-cleansing-rakhine-a7471636.html A video of testimonials from Rohingya refugees who speak of mass rape, shootings, and brutal deaths perpetrated by the Burmese government. http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/05/rohingya-refugee-hunted-mob-myanmar-160522172852047.html An article from Al Jazeera that includes a personal narrative from a Rohingya refugee and refers back to the “ ‘strong evidence’ of a genocide coordinated by the Myanmar government against the Rohingya.”