Last week, I ventured out to a public library to attend a public awareness campaign that sought to bring attention to the alleged persecution of Muslims in Burma but a funny thing happened to us when we tried to get in.
They kept us out. We weren’t the only ones who it appeared were selectively denied entry, and it did seem that non-muslims were persona non grata.
Keeping the general public and media out of your event seems like a strange way to get the word out if you feel strongly about your cause.
Despite the fact that we were escorted off the property by police, we did manage to get a chance to speak with a couple of people who were involved with the event.
Watch as I speak with them and attempt to find out why we would be denied the opportunity to hear about this alleged genocide.