It is only by listening to each other that we will be able to build understanding and ultimately confront the demons that have plagued Rakhine State for generations.
THIS WEEK, Frontier has covered the Rakhine State crisis from over the border in Bangladesh.
In less than a month, more than 430,000 people, mostly Muslims, have sought refuge there. As The Economist reported this week, it is the worst refugee crisis since the Rwandan genocide based on the speed with which it has unfolded.
The scale of the humanitarian calamity in Bangladesh is overwhelming. Many people have literally arrived with nothing; some are in such poor health they may not survive. Most have no idea how they can remain in Bangladesh but are also reluctant to return until their safety can be guaranteed.