Whose perspective is missing?

We want to hear from the civilians who are fleeing persecution, and want to know what it is like to not know whether you will ever be able to return to your country? They can't do fun stuff like we can - their lives are totally different from ours. We want to know what's happening to them now. We are worried that Myanmar is turning into a dictatorship, which is not good. We're interested in the idea of house arrest. What did she do when she was under house arrest? It said the Rohingya people attacked the police force. Why did they do that? Wouldn't they know that the police would respond with violence? Are the military leaders just getting away with this?

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  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk 14 Sep 2018

    Hi honourable_penguin. This is a great post that shows excellent curiosity - I've awarded you a star for this as you've clearly expressed how keen you are to find out more. Well done!

    This post might be interesting to you: https://www.burnetnewsclub.com/issues/myanmar/the-discussion/ask-expert-we-need-your-questions/

    Here, you can ask your questions to experts. We'll be hearing from people who have been working in Myanmar and I think they might be able to tell you a bit about their experiences, if you ask!

  • I definitely feel that the rohingya should be able to live their lives to the full, and how they choose to, not to always be in fear. i agree.