Myanmar in Focus: Behind the Violence (I) [video]
August 27, 2012
In Myanmar, tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims had their homes burnt down and scores have been killed. Nearly 60 thousand Muslims used to live in Myanmar, but now the area is a wasteland. The Myanmar government and much of the world media would merely have the public believe that this is merely a fight between two ethnic groups. Myanmar is notorious for being one of the most closed and repressive countries in the world. The government claims to have sent in the army to stop what it called ethnic violence. This edition of INfocus uncovers evidences that the governments are involved.