Dark Chapter In Human History 

The unforgettable horror of genocide Genocide is more than just a word; it's a chilling reality that has stained the fabric of humanity.

The Bangladesh Liberation War Lives of millions were forever scarred, and the violence against Bengali women remains an unforgivable stain on humanity.

Rwandan Genocide  For 99 days, ethnic Hutus perpetrated unspeakable acts of violence against the Tutsi minority, leaving nearly a million dead. .

Bosnian Genocide   Thousands perished in a few days of horror, a grim reminder of the complexities of ethnic conflicts. 

Rohingya Genocide    Xenophobia, racism, and religious prejudice all fueled the Burmese government's 2016-2017 mass murder 

Indonesian occupation of East Timor    The nation gained its independence from Portugal, that the Indonesian occupation went on  genocide. 

Anfal Campaign  From 1988, Kurdish lives were ruthlessly extinguished in the name of "pacification," leaving a scar on Iraq's history.

The Libyan Genocide  All of these factors amounted to the genocide of indigenous Libyan ethnic groups, which claimed the lives of more than 80,000 people.

The Holocaust  The systematic extermination of six million Jews and countless others during World War II continues to shape global consciousness.

The Holodomor  A man-made famine orchestrated by Joseph Stalin, led to the deaths of millions of Ukrainians.


By Sumithra Rajendran