They are unlawful people born in Myanmar as members of the Rohingya, the Muslim minority of the country. One million Rohingya lived there until the expulsion began. Myanmar has never recognized them as citizens, they were stateless. For years, Buddhist monks have been campaigning against Muslims, many citizens have prejudices against them. In August 2017, radical Rohingya attacked several police stations and killed twelve security forces, since then the hatred has exploded. Soldiers and civilians mobs storm the Rohingya settlements in Rakhine province near the border with Bangladesh and fire house by house, village by village. They want to erase everything. Rohingyas have fled across the border, to Bangladesh, where no one expected them, and where little help can be found. It is still monsoon season, it rains every day, the country flooded. The refugees stranded in the border area, in the void, they settle along the only road in the region, from the border to the small town of Cox’s Bazar, they build tents made of tarpaulins and bamboo canes. An improvised refugee camp that grows every day.