The Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar: Past, Present, and Future
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More than seventy five percent of the world’s population dwells in countries where state restrictions on religious freedom prevail. Despite laudable strides towards democratic reform, Myanmar is among those nations. In fact, it stands out as among the world’s twenty-five most populous nations with the most government restrictions on, and social hostilities due to, religion. Notably, the religious hatred or bias is directed toward the Rohingya Muslim population.