More than 700,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar into neighbouring Bangladesh since a government crackdown began in August last year.
It’s become one of the world’s fastest-growing refugee crises.
But the Rohingya say they have been facing injustice for decades.
At the Kutupalong Camp in Bangladesh, Al Jazeera met with Gul Zahar, a Rohingya refugee in her 90s who fled persecution in Myanmar three times in her life.
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