This is General Min Aung Hlaing.
Since August this year he has led his military in a bloody campaign of ethnic cleansing in Rakhine state
Rohingya villages being burned to the ground by General Min’s soldiers
Rajuma fought as hard as she could to hold onto her baby, Muhammad Sadeque, about 18 months old. But one soldier grabbed her hands, another grabbed her body, and another slugged her in the face with a club. A jagged scar now runs along her jaw. The child was lifted away from her, his legs wiggling in the air.
“They threw my baby into a fire — they just flung him,” she said.
This is not the first time General Min has sent his troops to Rakhine to kill Rohingya
Raping women. Butchering children. Only General Min knows how many his soldiers have murdered.
And the world has been silent.
But not this time.
This time we fight back.
This time we stop the butcher.