Rohingya activist: Bad apples don't represent the entire Rohingya community

Modified 20 May 2020, 11:16 am

Blaming the entire Rohingya refugee community for offences committed by certain bad apples is unfair, said Rohingya activist Sharifah Shakirah.

In a webinar addressing hate speech against Rohingya refugees on Facebook today, Sharifah said the community, in general, are grateful and appreciative over the assistance by Malaysians.

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