Corpus ID: 126731110

The Slow-Burning Genocide of Myanmar's Rohingya

  title={The Slow-Burning Genocide of Myanmar's Rohingya},
  author={Maung Zarni and Alice Cowley},
I. INTRODUCTION"What can we do, Brother, they (the Rohingya) are too many? We can't kill them all." Ex-Brigadier General, formerly stationed in Arakan or Rakhine State, and Ambassador to Brunei, Fall, 2012.1"How can it be ethnic cleansing? They are not an ethnic group." Mr. Win Myaing, the official spokesperson of the Rakhine State Government, May 15, 2013.2"We do not have the term 'Rohingya.'" Myanmar President Thein Sein, Chatham House, London, July 17, 2013.3"There are elements of genocide… Expand
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