The report titled “The Rohingya Crisis Enters the Seventh Year of Mass Exodus: Defiance of Myanmar and Responsibility of the International Community” explores the ongoing Rohingya crisis, now in its sixth year, as a grim example of the suffering experienced by an oppressed community. The piece examines the failure of both Myanmar’s government and the international community to address the crisis adequately. The report delves into the historical context, Bangladesh’s humanitarian efforts, Myanmar’s defiance and non-compliance, and the decline of international funding due to geopolitical complexities. It underscores the consequences of neglect, the impact on vulnerable populations, and the erosion of human rights principles. The report ultimately calls for a shift in prioritizing human suffering over political interests, highlighting the urgent need for collective action and upholding the values of compassion, justice, and global unity to resolve the Rohingya crisis.