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Barack Obama's victory tweet was the most retweeted tweet ever with more than 800K retweets.
Acclaimed actor @ThomasSadoski on @RefugeesIntl panel details the #Myanmar Army's crimes against #Rohingya, including its training and arming of civilian "paramilitaries." Here's the @FortifyRights report that Thomas mentioned in his presentation: https://t.co/8iCB8k1HAG https://t.co/EezVd58Izo
Listening now to @RefugeesIntl panel on why the US Government should issue a #genocide determination on the situation of #Rohingya in #Myanmar. Great to see @ThomasSadoski, Sam Waterston, @YasminJUllah, @waiwainu, and @EndGenocideDan. #CallitGenocide https://t.co/AWxMDCTKr3
Yesterday #Myanmar authorities arrested Sa Thein Zaw Min and Saw Kwar Ler, two ethnic-Karen activists who organized a gathering in Yangon to commemorate Karen Martyrs’ Day. This is salt in the wounds of decades #atrocities against the Karen people. https://t.co/SmnEhWGLkY
3 yrs ago, ~800,000 Rohingya were forced to flee #Myanmar. Tomorrow join us & @CPG_USHMM for a webinar on the #Rohingya crisis. Hear from @EndGenocideDan @waiwainu @YasminJUllah @ThomasSadoski & Sam Waterston on why it’s time to #CallItGenocide👇 https://t.co/5HBJFDfr9H https://t.co/Ax2t6P2jBE
"This is not in line with the law," Abdul Rasheed said of the authorities’ decision to prevent him from running for a seat in #Myanmar parliament. “The Rohingya are being degraded so we cannot compete." Story by @AFP #MyanmarElections #Rohingya #Genocide https://t.co/YmbA7Cvz0B
I want to thank the volunteers and supporters who worked tirelessly to secure this grassroots victory. I also want to congratulate @JoshPade on running a strong campaign. I look forward to working with Josh and his supporters to win in November. #WI01
Breaking: Yesterday #Myanmar denied the first #Rohingya candidate from running for office in upcoming elections. His name is Abdul Rasheed. His father served as a Govt official for more than 30 years. Read the @FortifyRights news release: https://t.co/4xVczZcRlL
#Thai authorities arrested and charged organizers of this Harry Potter-themed protest in #Bangkok. Protesters are demanding the dissolution of parliament, an end to the intimidation of activists, and amending the constitution. https://t.co/8uBtx5GWEw
Yesterday was the 2nd anniversary of the death of Nojumu aka Nazmul Islam, a Burmese soldier who converted to Islam, witnessed the massacre at Tula Toli & fled to Bangladesh. An extraordinary & kind man. His wife tells his story to @shafiur in a podcast. https://t.co/KCEA7FmGjU
Documentation by #Rohingya-led org @ARSPH2017 indicates the actual number of killings (243) in the Gu Dar Pyin #massacre were significantly higher than the official number (19) by Suu Kyi’s widely discredited “Commission of Enquiry.” #genocide https://t.co/FewoixH7Ph
I'd like to see #Facebook employees organize themselves to pressure management to share evidence on the #Rohingya #genocide in #Myanmar. The company has evidence that should be shared with relevant courts & accountability mechanisms. It's refusing to do so.
.@tunkhin80 said the “evidence Facebook sits on could be crucial”. @matthewfsmith said FB was “telling states that even in an instance of genocide, their communications and data are secure and won’t be shared with prosecutors or law enforcement”. https://t.co/0gvxSF3FTl