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Leading Human Rights Group Welcomes Pursuit of International Justice and Accountability for Crimes against Rohingya People
American Jewish World Service (AJWS) urges justice for all ethnic minorities who have suffered under the Burmese military Tracey Gurd, Senior Director of Civil and Political Rights and Advocacy for American Jewish World Service (AJWS), the leading global Jewish human rights organization, issued the following statement as the International Criminal Court authorized investigation into the alleged crimes committed against the Rohingya people. Background Forceful challenges to the role of Burma (Myanmar) in fomenting …Read More
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