Myanmar

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I think all perspectives are equally important.

One reason I believe this is because if you have one side of a story you don't really know what happened you might assume that they done somthing wrong when they didn't but they still get the punishment. The second reason I believe this is that if you push someone you are not going to say "I pushed them" you would would probably lie and say you didn't, like the Mynamar army (which used to rule Myanmar) they could be lying but with the Rohingya people perspective we can find where this crisis started. Think of it as a puzzle if you only have half the puzzle you can't tell what the picture is but with the other half.

Comments (2)

  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ Topical Talk
    16 Oct 2018

    Can you give any examples from this topic of where people have lied?

  • Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg shy_context | Michael Faraday School | United Kingdom
    17 Oct 2018

    So if there was 2 sides of the story and they were both acting and saying things that were suspicious ow would you find out the answer rational _orange

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