“Please Tell the World What
They Have Done to Us”

The Chut Pyin Massacre:
Forensic Evidence of Violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar

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“Please Tell the World What
They Have Done to Us”

The Chut Pyin Massacre:
Forensic Evidence of Violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar

Read the Report

Through evidence, change is possible.

Physicians for Human Rights is forensically documenting the atrocities suffered by the Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar military. Help us seek justice for the Rohingya.

Myanmar's Persecuted Rohingya:
Documenting Mass Atrocities

Forensically Documenting Rohingya Stories

Refugee camps in Bangladesh are currently home to almost 700,000 Rohingyas fleeing ethnic persecution by the Myanmar government, which has waged a campaign of extreme violence against them. Since August 2017, soldiers and civilians in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state have led brutal attacks against Rohingya women, men, and children. The United Nations’ special envoy on human rights in Myanmar says the military’s violent operations against the Rohingya bear “the hallmarks of a genocide.”

A team of PHR doctors has been working in the refugee camps to forensically document the beatings, rapes, gunshot wounds, and burns suffered by the Rohingya to corroborate their stories and help them seek justice.

All names have been changed to protect patients’ privacy. Please credit all photos to Salahuddin Ahmed for Physicians for Human Rights.