We Will No Longer Stay Silent On Rohingya Crises

The Human Lens

As the world goes about its business, the genocide continues to brew in our backyard with the recent violence in Burma’s Rakhine State in series of coordinated attacks by ethnic Rohingya militants on August 25, 2017 against dozens of Burmese government checkpoints and bases.

According to the Human Rights Watch, the situation has flared up since both Myammar Army and the ARSA insurgents continue their fighting and committing wide-spread abuses against the Rohingya communities. So far thousands have fled their homes amid this ongoing fighting and yesterday new  satellite data confirmed the widespread burnings’ in at least 10 areas in northern parts of Burma’s Rakhine State.

The government of Myanmar has intensified its military operations against the armed insurgents in the area resulting in fresh displacement as thousands of families are fleeing to save their lives.

Out of which most Rohingya who made it to the border with Bangladesh were stranded effectively…

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Shelters See Influx of Huskies Due to Game of Thrones Popularity | peta2


GoT Star Urges Fans Who Love Direwolves to Stop Buying Huskies
Posted by Uzo on August 15, 2017
Game of Thrones has gained a huge following since it first hit the screen, and fans can’t get enough. But the show’s extremely popular direwolves have sparked an alarming trend: There’s an increased demand for Siberian huskies (who look similar to the mystical wolves), and their owners are surrendering them to already overcrowded shelters after realizing how much work and commitment it takes to care for them. GoT star and longtime vegetarian Peter Dinklage teamed up with PETA to share an important message with fans:

“Please, to all of Game of Thrones‘ many wonderful fans, we understand that due to the direwolves’ huge popularity, many folks are going out and buying huskies,” Dinklage says. “Please, please, if you’re going to bring a dog into your family, make sure that you’re prepared for…

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