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Boston University Students Hold Vigil for Rohingya Muslims.

MuslimVigil-810x608By Jahnavi Bhatia, BU News Service. September 22, 2017
On the eve of the International Day of Peace, people gathered at the Marsh Plaza at Boston University for a vigil to mourn the persecution of Rohingya Muslims who live in the South Asian nation of Myanmar. As he handed out electric candles, Vignesh Chari, who spearheaded the event and is a brother of Iota Nu Delta, a South Asian fraternity at BU, talked about his motivation. “The Rohingya genocide has been going on in Myanmar for decades and has killed thousands of people,” he said. “I was appalled by the inaction in the international community as well as the domestic community in Myanmar — even after the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees declared this issue as an act of ethnic cleansing — and wanted to address the issue in any way that I could.” Barbara Wilhelm, a BU alumnus who works as the anti-Islamophobia coordinator for the Boston Chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace, said it’s about more than spreading awareness. “It is very important for us to publically gather our forces to stand up against injustices,” she said.
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