International Court of Justice – Alleged Violations of the Genocide Convention: Gambia Vs Myanmar – August 8, 9

The ethnic cleansing and expulsion of indigenous groups is not a theme unknown to history, and it is being witness at full force with the Rohingya people of Myanmar.

41 years ago, Operation King Dragon was launched: the first military campaign of mass terror and expulsion against the Rohingya, despite being officially recognized as indigenous to Myanmar in 1948.

Ever since, the Rohingya have endured massacres, apartheid, gang rape, torture, deliberate starvation, forced labour, and the targeted destruction of their homes and villages. Join us at LiveMUN as after years of international denialism, delay and indifference, the Rohingya finally have their day in court.

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2 thoughts on “International Court of Justice – Alleged Violations of the Genocide Convention: Gambia Vs Myanmar – August 8, 9”

  1. Kapepula tabo lavu Chishimba

    I believe every story has 3 sides and the Republic of Gambia should be given chance to explain their reasons and version for you don’t commit such atrocities out of thin air this may have been either a power play or defense strategy.

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