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Tale of the tormented

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Shafiqa Begum, 21, was married for three months. The Myanmar military killed her husband and fifteen of her close relatives. The soldiers raped and tortured her, left in the house and set it on fire. She was rescued by her neighbors.
Rashida Begum (23), a Rohingya refugee was raped and tortured by the Myanmar military in 2017. Her 28-days-old baby was killed brutally in front of her by the soldiers. Her husband, father, mother and three sisters were murdered by the army during the ethnic cleansing.
Sanwara Begum was raped by Myanmar soldiers during the ethnic cleansing when she was 17 years old. She crossed the border with her family and now lives in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. She recently got married to a Rohingya man.
Almas Khatun, 47, was raped and tortured by Myanmar soldiers during the ethnic cleansing in 2017 in Myanmar. She lost eight members of her family. Her husband, two sons, four daughters and father were murdered by the army.
Rabija Khatun, 22, was raped by Myanmar soldiers in 2017. She lost four family members. Her husband, two young children and brother-in-law were murdered by the army.
Karima Khatun, 25, a Rohingya refugee, was raped and tortured by Myanmar soldiers in 2017. Her 18-months-old baby was brutally killed as it lay in her lap. Her husband, father and five other family members were murdered by the army during the ethnic cleansing.
Badu Begum, 25, was raped by Myanmar soldiers during the ethnic cleansing in 2017. The Myanmar government never recognized Rohingyas as their citizens. Badu lost her husband, who was shot by the soldiers.
Nur Begum, 25, was raped by Myanmar soldiers in 2017. Her husband, father and three brothers-in-law were murdered by the army during the ethnic cleansing.
Monira Begum, 20, was raped and tortured by Myanmar soldiers during the ethnic cleansing in 2017. Myanmar army killed her father, husband, brother and brother-in-law. While fleeing from Myanmar, one of her sons was shot dead, while another survived.
Anwara Begum, 22, was raped by Myanmar soldiers during the ethnic cleansing in 2017. The army killed her husband and burnt down their house.

The project focuses on the Rohingya women victims of violence. After 9 months of the exodus, around 48,000 women are estimated to deliver babies as a result of rape. Most of these pregnant women were in fear of public shaming and judgment.

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