Logo

Azeem Ibrahim quoted in The Daily Star on repatriating the Rohingya

Azeem Ibrahim quoted in The Daily Star on repatriating the Rohingya
COX’S BAZAR, BANGLADESH – AUGUST 25: Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organized to remember the second anniversary of the Rohingya crisis on August 25, 2019 in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Myanmar’s military crackdown on the ethnic Muslim minority forced over 700,000 to flee to Bangladesh from violence and torture. Some 200,000 Rohingya rallied in a Bangladesh refugee camp on August 25 to mark two years since they fled Myanmar. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Azeem Ibrahim in his speech said, “It is not easy for the Rohingya diaspora to go back to their country. Their repatriation is a very complex process. They have been subjected to abuse for over half a century. The Rohingya Diaspora have to unite with other minority communities to resolve this issue”.

Read the full article at The Daily Star.

Related Articles

Asharq News: Russia’s Use of Iranian Drones in Ukraine

Asharq News: Russia’s Use of Iranian Drones in Ukraine

Myles B. Caggins III interviewed on Asharq News to share his thoughts on Russia's purchase and use of Iranian drones

Interviews
Newsletter Archives

Newsletter Archives

October 2022 October 7 Newsletter September 2022 September 23 Newsletter September 9 Newsletter August 2022 August 26 Newsletter August 12

Newsletters
Putin’s Strategy to Weaponize Refugees

Putin’s Strategy to Weaponize Refugees

We begin with Putin pounding and starving Ukrainian civilians with major cities under siege and brutal bombardment and explore his

Interviews
KSA, UAE lead military R&D spending in GCC to build domestic capacity

KSA, UAE lead military R&D spending in GCC to build domestic capacity

In a region where military threats abound, GCC countries are moving toward strengthening their military Research and Development capabilities, also

Interviews