What solidarity means for Rohingya survivors of Myanmar Genocide?

By Maung Zarni | Published by Anadolu Agency on August 27, 2020 Past 3 years, Rohingya are defined not by victimhood, but by incredible ability to survive, revive, rejuvenate as people LONDON  The third anniversary of Myanmar’s largest wave of the genocidal purge of the Rohingya community in western Rakhine province on Aug. 25 was marked by the memories of massacres, rapes, and displacement of 750,000 people from nearly 400 villages. Due to both the COVID-19 lockdown and the nearly one-year-long internet ban imposed by Bangladesh, survivors of Myanmar genocide in the camps could only engage in “silent commemorative events”