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Mohammed Amanullah: Aid Agencies and Rohingya Muslims

mohammed amanullah: Jobs are few, and there is painfully little to do, according to Toronto Star. The nightmares are relentless. Much of their food comes from aid agencies. But six months after their horrors began, the Rohingya Muslims who fled army attacks in Burma for refuge in Bangladesh feel immense consolation. They now live in the Kutupalong refugee camp outside the coastal city of Cox's Bazar. Nobody is coming to kill us, that's for sure, said Mohammed Amanullah, whose village was destroyed last year just before he left for Bangladesh with his wife and three children. ( As reported in the news.