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9.7.18

Rohingya Rape Victims Undergo Fresh Trauma As Babies Begin To Arrive - Carbonated.TV: Myanmar soldiers reportedly used rape as a tool of war to terrorize the Rohingya Muslim women.

Now, with several months passed since the beginning of the operation, the victims living in the refugee camps have reportedly begun to give birth to babies conceived after what has been described as “methodic” rape.

Some of these mothers are as young as 13.

The fate of these women and their newborn babies remains uncertain. Many of these young mothers were afraid at the prospect of giving birth to the child of a Burmese soldier, certain that the act of carrying the child alone would deem them traitors in the eyes of their people.


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