Mobs in Myanmar target non-Rohingya Muslims

As the crisis spirals, Muslims in Myanmar who are not Rohingya fear they too will be targeted. There have already been a few angry mobs in central Myanmar, where a Muslim shop owner's business was ransacked.

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    As the crisis spirals, Muslims in Myanmar who are not Rohingya fear they too will be targeted.

    There have already been a few angry mobs in central Myanmar, where a Muslim shop owner’s business was ransacked.

    Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Mandalay, Myanmar.


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