Rohingya Tu Lar To Li massacre survivor.
Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
When the Burmese army attacked Tu Lar To Li, trapping hundreds on the river’s edge, the women and children were kept in the water under guard, while the soldiers systematically killed the men.
Then, the soldiers began to take away the women and children in small groups. Rashida was taken to a house with 4 other women. At the house, the soldiers grabbed her 28-day-old baby from her and smashed it to death. Two other women had their three-month old babies killed in the same way.
The soldiers began killing the 5 women with their machetes and knives. Rashida was stabbed and had her throat cut. When the soldiers were done, they locked the house and set it on fire. Rashida woke up in the burning house and managed to break through a bamboo wall to escape. She was the only survivor.