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    Amnesty International: The international community is failing in the face of crimes against humanity

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    Amnesty International: The international community is failing in the face of crimes against humanity Empty Amnesty International: The international community is failing in the face of crimes against humanity

    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Feb 2018, 3:46 am

    Amnesty International: The international community is failing in the face of crimes against humanity
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    Amnesty International considers that the international community has failed to address crimes against humanity in the Middle East and in Myanmar. 

    In its annual report covering 159 countries, the organization said the language of "hate speech" used by leaders was working to normalize discrimination against minorities. 

    The report said the international community had failed to respond strongly to "crimes against humanity and war crimes from Myanmar to Iraq, southern Sudan, Syria and Yemen." 

    The report said that the crisis in Myanmar and the alleged massacres of the Rohingyas were the result of a society that had found hatred and a lack of global leadership in the defense of human rights. 

    "We have witnessed the end result of a society that has been encouraged to hate, to sacrifice and fear minorities, and that result has been revealed in the horrific ethnic cleansing carried out by the army against the Rohingya people of Myanmar."

    The United Nations says some 690,000 Rohingyas have fled to neighboring Bangladesh since the Myanmar army launched a crackdown on rebels last August. 

    Amnesty International's report said freedom of expression would be a key issue for those interested in human rights this year.



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