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Title: Oukoubah: Genocide Justice for the Cham Muslims under Democratic Kampuchea

By: Osman Ysa

Year: 2002

Language(s): 140 in English, 205 pages in Khmer

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This monograph explores the genocide of the Cham ethnic group, making a case that the Cham, who are Muslims, were killed a rate that was nearly double to triple that of the general Cambodian population during the Democratic Kampuchea regime. It provides evidence showing that the Cham comprised 10% of Cambodia’s population prior to 1975 (about 700,000 people), but numbered only 200,000 after the regime fell in 1979.