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Most Rohingya have been stripped of their citizenship by the Myanmar government, making them stateless.
Largely unnoticed, the stateless Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar faced atrocities for decades.
Hammad has been stateless for 69 years, since 1948, when she was expelled from her village.
Though members of the ethnic minority first arrived generations ago, Rohingya were stripped of their citizenship in 1982, denying them almost all rights and rendering them stateless.
Its final report in August recommended speeding up the citizenship verification process for the country’s stateless community and regulating the rights of non-citizens who live in Myanmar.
Regardless of when the Rohingya arrived in Myanmar, the military junta that controlled Myanmar until recently denied them citizenship in 1982, leaving them stateless and vulnerable.
From the stateless children of ISIS members, to child soldiers and the tens of thousands indoctrinated in ISIS schools, a generation of young Iraqis has been traumatized and radicalized by the nihilistic jihadist group.
After a restrictive citizenship law was introduced in 1982, most Rohingya became stateless.
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