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Your article is highly

Your article is highly applauded. Fleeing Thamils can not be forgotten. In fact,There are around five hundreds thousand unregistered Rohingyas refugees in Bangladesh.Among them some have arranged de facto Bangladesh ids and they pretend to be Bangladeshi for their protection.The similar things are seen in Pakistan,too.In Malaysia many Rohingyas did not get UNHCR registered cards yet due to UNHCR unsatisfactory process. In Thailand due to stop of registering urban refugees with UNHCR since 2004 ,all Rohingyas living here are automatically become illegal immigrant but others including Thamils are not. The Rohingyas only get UNHCR support if any of them are spent for a long time in deathly IDCs. In fact ,Rohingyas are more forgotten than other refugees. A handful Rohingyas who have been resettled third countries are a bit better. Unfortunately ,Rohingyas are deprived of any assistance when they are arrested . Other community leaders visit and help their fellow people detainees but so called Rohingya activists and leaders are not.They are not so familiar to this humanitarian subject.However ,I thanks to you and Khadra because of your one time visiting Rohingyas detainees in Bangkok .And also your deep feeling to other refugees. I wish you'll do more for various vulnerable people .Thanks Rechard!
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