Video: Sowing hatred and securing power in Myanmar

Exclusive web video exploring the complicated web of power and control in Myanmar.

    This video, exclusively released online, is part of Al Jazeera's Genocide Agenda investigation.

    It explores the complicated web of power and control in Myanmar, dissecting how the government, military and the monks may sometimes work together to sow hatred of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority, part of a divide and rule strategy that allows them to secure power and control.

    Watch the full documentary here.


    More exclusive coverage by Al Jazeera investigating "strong evidence" of genocide in Myanmar can be found here: aljazeera.com/genocideagenda 


    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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