Indonesian teacher turns home into classroom for Rohingya children
Indonesian teacher turns home into classroom for Rohingya children

Thirty-seven-year-old Indonesian teacher Anwar Sadat turned his home into a classroom to teach Rohingya children who fled what the UN calls an “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar.

Indonesian teacher turns home into classroom for Rohingya children

Thirty-seven-year-old Indonesian teacher Anwar Sadat turned his home into a classroom to teach Rohingya children who fled what the UN calls an “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar.

Haber Merkezi 16:53 November 21, 2017 AA, Yeni Şafak

Indonesian teacher turns home into classroom for Rohingya children

Thirty-seven-year-old Indonesian teacher Anwar Sadat turned his home into a classroom to teach Rohingya children who fled what the UN calls an “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar. Thirty-seven-year-old Indonesian teacher Anwar Sadat turned his home into a classroom to teach Rohingya children who fled what the UN calls an “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar. Thirty-seven-year-old Indonesian teacher Anwar Sadat turned his home into a classroom to teach Rohingya children who fled what the UN calls an “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar.
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