My Special Report on the Myanmar Muslims Genocide Awareness Convention Gets Translated into Arabic

At the Myanmar Muslims Genocide Awareness Convention at the Veterans Memorial Complex Auditorium, Culver City, CA, on June 9th, 2013. Photo by the author.

Some weeks back, I had the pleasure of attending the Myanmar Muslims Genocide Awareness Convention in Culver City, CA. I subsequently published a special report on it at this blog. You can read what I wrote right here.

I’m very pleased to report that Said Kredieh, Reference Librarian of the Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon, took an interest in the post and has now translated it into Arabic. I think both Said and I hope this will increase readership of the report. I’m very grateful for his efforts on this — thank you, Said!!

You can read the Arabic translation online here, or a download a PDF here.

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