As for the rest of the Rohingya in Myanmar, they are currently being persecuted against, and is even known to be one of the world 's most persecuted against group of people. In addition, the other ethnic groups in Myanmar such as the Buddhist extremists, attack the Rohingya by burning down their villages, and killing the Rohingya. Even the Burmese police, who were supposed to ensure that there was no conflict between the Rohingya and the Buddhist at that time alleged set fire to the village of of Du Char Ya Dan (Mezzofiore, 2014). In search of a better life, where they can have homes to stay in, food to survive on, and a country with more security, they flee to Burma 's closest neighboring countries such as Thailand, Bangladesh and Malaysia. If the Rohingya are still not granted first class citizenship like the rest of the
The government has claimed that they are attacking on the security forces. And that the majority of those killed are terrorists. It also says that Rohingya are burning their own villages. The claim was condemned as dangerously irresponsible by aid workers, who fear for their safety. Aung San Suu Kyi won nobel prize on peace..
Myanmar is religiously diverse but not religiously pluralistic. The State has a dark legacy of oppression against all its ethnic minority people, including both the Rakhine and the Rohingya, but the Rohingya have been singled out for a particularly lethal form of torment. As a result, in Rakhine state, the relationship between Buddhists and Muslims has moved from mutual tolerance to open hostility – hostility primarily directed against Muslim Rohingya by Rakhine and Bamar (Burmese)
As the Rwandan Genocide of April to July 1994, has shown, when group crimes are not nipped in the bud or are not “de-escalated”, barbarism and cannibalism become the order of the day and in such situation, the presidential ruling class and members of the National Assembly are far from being secured because such is “a war by all against all”. Like in Rwanda, the president of the country’s Supreme Court, its prime minister and president, etc all perished in the
The Rohingya are mostly located in regions as: Bangladesh and Myanmar. Today in Myanmar, over 800,000 Rohingya live in the Rakhine State, and are getting persecuted and are facing discrimination in a violent way. However, there are also Rohingya that are Buddhists and are against the Rohingya Muslims. (picture of Aung san suu kyi the de facto leader of Myanmar) In August 25, 2017, The Rohingya created an uprising against the government of Myanmar due to the discrimination and genocide occurring to the Rohingya. The government is
Even the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad said that the whole Muslim community are treated with contempt and dishonor by the US with denigrated religion, desecrated holy place and occupied Muslim's land. All Muslims were suffering 'oppression and humiliation' with their religion accused of promoting terrorism . In result that anti-Americanism is not about Arabs’ saying, however it spread to other counties. The emergence of anti-Americanism also appears in response to an anti-Islam video, allegedly produced by a bigoted Coptic Christian living in the United States. The film is about 14 minutes trailer titled Innocence of Muslims, the movie depicts the Prophet Muhammad in what Muslims say is a derogatory manner.
The Rohingya persecution in Myanmar refers to the ongoing military crackdown by the Myanmar Army and Police in Rakhine state in the country’s western region.While the majority of Rohingya’s are Muslims,attacks also occurred also on Hindu Rohingya’s.The crackdown was also responsed on Myanmar Boarder posts on October 2016 by Rohingya insurgents.The Myanmar Army have been accused of wide scale human rightsviolationsThere is a history of persecution of Muslims in Myanmar that continues to the present day. In Myanmar, the majority are Buddhist and a minor people
Approach of the Bangladesh Government (bookmarked site in chrome) Bangladesh approach Bangladesh, after 1992, did not give any refugee status even the Government decided to pushback boatloads of Rohingyas on the ground that they are making threats to the security of the country as well as the country cannot afford to take more refugees having over population in the limited territory. Bangladesh Government has no plan to provide citizenship or ID card to Rohingya people. Rohingya case is different from Bihari case in a sense that Rohingyas are Myanmar national and they believe that their home is Arakan. Biharis are Urdu speaking people, living in the Geneva camp , have citizenship according to the citizenship law of Bangladesh. The problem will not be solved by providing them ID card, because they have no citizenship in Bangladesh.
This is despite ethnolinguistic research to the contrary showing that Rohingyas were living in Burma in the eighteenth century. Prejudice and ethnic animosity make the people of Myanmar even today unwilling to change the law. Other legal actions compound the misery inflicted by this law. For example, the Emergency Immigration Act requires the possession of National Registration Certificates by all citizens. The Rohingya are allowed only to have Foreign Registration Cards.
Majority of the native population finds these labor migrations negatively. During British rule the migration that took place, was now ‘illegal’ by the government after independence. which leads the Rohingyas to be Bengali’s by many Buddhists. So for political purposes, the Rohingyas have been rejected recently. The Rohingyas were miss treated , after the independence of Myanmar in 1948, as the Union Citizenship Act passed, selecting which ethnic groups were eligible for the citizenship, and the Rohingyas were not included by the International Human Rights.