Help the Rohingya children recover from horror

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Niki Samakovlis & Johanna Dahl
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Help the Rohingya children recover from horror

Yesterday, Save the Children released a new report about the horrible assaults by the Burmese army against the Rohingya population. The report, called Horrors I will never forget, is filled with stories of children who is in the middle of all absurd acts of violences.

Quote from the report: "I saw a soldier pouring gasoline over a heavily pregnant woman. Then he put her on fire. Another soldier took a child from his mother's arms and threw him into the fire. His name was Sahab and he was not even a year old. I'll never forget their scream."

We can not find words to describe our feelings when reading the stories. We can not imagine how it is to see your parents get killed in front of you, being raped by six soldiers in a shelter for days or taken away by the military as a 14 year old. We have to do what we can to help. We have to provide at least food and fresh water for the children who already is in this tremendous terrible, excuse our language, shit. We have to help the children to recover from these horrors.

"We want to be free from fear. We want to live our lives in peace. Please help us... We beg you."

Sources:
Horrors I will never forget, Save the Children, 2017 https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/node/12...

Interviews with Rohingyas fleeing from Myanmar since 9 October 2016, OHCHR, 2017
http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Countries/MM/FlashR...



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