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Our Rohingya brothers and sisters need our help and prayers!

The 2017–2019 Rohingya genocide in Myanmar began on 25 August 2017 when the Myanmar military forces and local Buddhist extremists started attacking the Rohingya people and committing atrocities against them in the country’s north-west Rakhine state. The atrocities included attacks on Rohingya people and locations, looting and burning down Rohingya villages, mass killing of Rohingya civilians, gang rapes, and other sexual violence. CBS News has produced this accurate and powerful documentary of the brutal ethnic cleansing that has taken place in the Rakhine State of Myanmar. Please take time to watch this documentary.

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