May 12, 2024

Why Not Everyone Else?

Diane Kimura

Why Muslims in Gaza and not the Uyghurs in China? Or what about the victims of any of the ongoing genocides around the world?

The long march through the institutions has reached a familiar target: the Jews.

Why is anti-Semitism ok? Imagine if the protesters targeted the Chinese for committing decades of atrocities against the Uyghurs? There are several ongoing genocides and mass killings around the world:

1. Genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar (since 2017): Over 24,000 Rohingya were killed and more than 18,000 Rohingya women and girls were raped by Myanmar's security forces in the first month of the 2017 crackdown alone.

2. Genocide in Darfur, Sudan (2003-present)* *: At least 300,000 deaths since 2003 when the government-spon sored militias, the Janjaweed have conducted a calculated campaign of slaughter, rape, starvation and displacement in Darfur. It is estimated that 400,000 people have died due to violence, starvation and disease.

3. Persecution of ethnic and religious minorities by the Taliban in Afghanistan (since 2021): Growing restrictions on targeted groups within the country put civilians at great risk.

The Taliban are persecuting and committing other egregious human rights violations against ethnic and religious minorities, women and girls, and perceived opposition groups since the disastrous US withdrawal and abdicating control of Afghanistan in August 2021.

4. Persecution of Hazara and other minorities by ISIS-K in Afghanistan (ongoing): ISIS-K, an Islamic State affiliate, have systematically targeted ethnic and religious minorities, particularly the Hazara community.

At the core of the protesters is hate. There is no support for the hostages of Hamas or outrage at the brutality of the attacks upon a civilian population. They selectively ignore victims of brutal regimes and the virtue signaling feminists choose to ignore the plight and mass rape of women and children around the world.

* Footnote: Anyone shocked by the clarity of the post-institutio nalized Fetterman?

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1 The piece by Diane Kimura highlights a critical issue: the selective outrage and attention given to different fnaf human rights abuses and genocides around the world.

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