Many want to return to Tanzania willingly if the oppurtunity presented itself. Still is an issue for what is right and what is not and not about what i want.I understand all of that but they've repeatedly made it known that they're not going anywhere.
1) bantus do want to go back home many already haveThey don't want to go to Tanzania, and I don't wish to see Bantus stranded at sea and starving like the Rohingya of Burma. I think we can get along as country folk as long as there are measures in place against violence.
Prior to the United States' agreement to accommodate Bantu refugees from Somalia, attempts were made to resettle the refugees to their ancestral homes in southeastern Africa. Before the prospect of emigrating to America was raised, this was actually the preference of the Bantus themselves.
In fact, many Bantus voluntarily left the UN camps where they were staying, to seek refuge in Tanzania. Such a return to their ancestral homeland represented the fulfillment of a two-century old dream
2) The rohingya example is not Even comparable at all these people are indegenous and have no other homeland to return to. While bantus have a homeland & roots they were forcefully taken from which can return to
And Somalis and bantus do not have fundamental differences?Hindus and Muslims have fundamental differences. One eats the other's God. If that fundamental religious difference was missing, India would be homogenous and cohesive.
They have ethnic differences as well as not just religious.
Ethnic clashes in India kill dozens, displace thousands
This happens regurarlyEthnic clashes in India's northeastern Assam province have left 32 dead as of Wednesday and sent an estimated 150,000 fleeing their homes to escape the violence, police said.
If that was true, Yet you want to add ethnic racial & cultural religious differences in to the mix? *Baffled*Clan conflict actually proves that being the same race isn't always a good thing.