Last year around this time, WorldNetDaily reporter Leo Hohmann was seething that the media had become part of the "Rohingya propaganda machine" by telling "heart-wrenching stories of Burma’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims." Hohmann went on to justify the Burma Army's persecution-bordering-on-genocide of the Rohingya, purportedly based on revenge for a single incident in 2012 and because "The Burmese government consider the Rohingya to be illegal aliens from Bangladesh," and he was adamant that the U.S. not take in Rohingya refugees.
What a difference a year makes. WND is now conceding what is happening to the Rohingya is a "genocide" -- albeit to apparently attack Myanmar leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi for letting it and attacks on other minorities (particularly Christians) continue. From a Sept. 8 article by Art Moore:
Burma has been under the leadership of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi for more than two years, but the Burma Army continues its seven-decade war with the nation’s ethnic groups.
While global attention is focused on the persecution of Burma’s Rohingya Muslims, the campaign against majority Christian ethnic groups hasn’t stopped, despite cease-fires, with at least 100,000 displaced in the jungle during the current monsoon season.
Moore does eventually concede that the military, not Suu Kyi, runs the country and there's not a lot she can do. Gut contrary to Hohmann's quoting of an anti-Muslim activist justifying the Rohingya crackdown by asking "Should we be surprised that the Buddhists want Burma to be a Buddhist country?" Moore goes into detail on the persecution of various ethnic groups by the Burma Army.