Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugees: ROHINGYA_WEBSITE_19

Jamalida is seen in her makeshift house that she shares with 4 other refugees in 2017 in Kutalong Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Jamalida, who is 16 years old, came to Bangladesh 1 month ago from Shilkhali village in Myanmar. She says that one day in December the military moved into her village and started occupying the mosque and beating or killing whoever came in. {quote}One day they attacked our home. I wasn't able to flee in time and they caught me and tied my hands and legs with rope. For 3 hours, 4 soldiers took turns raping me until I lost consciousness.{quote} When she woke up she fled to Bangladesh, where she made her way to Kutalapong refugee camp. {quote}I never had peace in Burma and this last incident was horrible. Here, I feel peace. I can sleep well here, I can go outside safely. In Burma, I couldn't go outside and I wasn't safe in my home. We don't have enough food here, but at least we have peace.{quote} she says {quote}Every night when I sleep I have nightmares and I relive the rapeagain”

Jamalida is seen in her makeshift house that she shares with 4 other refugees in 2017 in Kutalong Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Jamalida, who is 16 years old, came to Bangladesh 1 month ago from Shilkhali village in Myanmar. She says that one day in December the military moved into her village and started occupying the mosque and beating or killing whoever came in. "One day they attacked our home. I wasn't able to flee in time and they caught me and tied my hands and legs with rope. For 3 hours, 4 soldiers took turns raping me until I lost consciousness." When she woke up she fled to Bangladesh, where she made her way to Kutalapong refugee camp. "I never had peace in Burma and this last incident was horrible. Here, I feel peace. I can sleep well here, I can go outside safely. In Burma, I couldn't go outside and I wasn't safe in my home. We don't have enough food here, but at least we have peace." she says "Every night when I sleep I have nightmares and I relive the rape 

again”