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Rohingya activists rebuke Japan envoy over denial of genocide

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Japan is known to deny a Genocide or two... so it's not surprising and they did something similar to Rohingya in 1942 in the Arakan massacres.

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By definition there is no genocide in Burma. Unless you adopt the propagandistic definition of "genocide" that these activists use, which talks about genocide even if the number of people involved actually increases. This cheapening of this very serious and strong word is wrong and sad.

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The problem is that UN or international activist groups are also not trustworthy. By definition, political activists are NOT neutral in stance.

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Karen country.

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