The #10YearChallenge was a recent trend on social media in which people shared their 10 years old pictures but many activists in the Muslim world used it to create awareness about the devastation in Muslim countries.
A picture of Syrian city went viral on social media in which the busting city was compared with the destruction which was caused primarily by the bombing of Syrian regime.
Syrian Revolution was a mass protest which started during the Arab spring but was turned into a civil war after the government led by Bashar al-Assad started a military crackdown on civilians.
— M.J.Shaker (@m7amedshaker) January 17, 2019
Libyan citizen shared pictures from different parts of Libya to reflect the devastation in the country which was ruled by Gaddafi by an iron fist. The protest turned violent and Gaddafi was killed with US support but Libya became divided between different rebel groups.
— Nadwa Dawsari (@Ndawsari) January 17, 2019
Yemen is also among those Arab countries which has become war zone between rebels and government. The involvement of Iran and Saudi Arabia has increased the intensity of the destruction.
2009 – Brutal crackdown on Uyghur Muslims demanding their rights
— DOAM (@doamuslims) January 17, 2019
For the Uyghur’s of East Turkistan (Xinjiang) the last 10 years were the most oppressive years after the communist revolution.
Chinese government established internment camps where an estimated 10 million Muslims are being forced to abandon their religious beliefs and ethnic identity.
Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar (Burma) was also forced to leave their homes on multiple occasions in the last 10 years. The last assault by the Myanmar forces resulted in the migration of around 600,000 people in 2016 and then 700,000 people in 2017.
It was feared that thousands of people were killed by the government forces, satellite images reflected how Muslim villages were burnt and later occupied by government supported ethnicities.