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Rohingya Muslims: Bangladesh and Return Home

rohingya muslims: After Myanmar expressed readiness to start receiving an estimated 680,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled incredible violence over the last five months, Younus said he would rather die in the camp than go back again to the land of his birth, according to CTV. They have been killing Muslims for a long time now, he said. The 30-year-old Rohingya Muslim, who has been slowly rebuilding a shadow of a normal life in a sprawling and squalid refugee camp in Bangladesh, is in no mood to return home to Myanmar. We run and come to Bangladesh. We come back to Bangladesh, and go back again. Then we go back. ( As reported in the news.