Issue can solve by society Groups: Civil society groups dominated by the majority Burman ethnic group are unwilling or reluctant to act on behalf of the Rohingyas since they do not consider the Rohingyas as genuine citizens. The views of most Burman population have been influenced by those of the military and civilian elites and vice-versa. The role of the general public will affect the behavior of civil society groups .Had there been a mass movement or public pressure against the military leadership or the NLD government in support of the Rohingyas, the military and civilian elites could have responded by softening their approach toward the Rohingyas. Though some think it is difficult or unimaginable to accept the Rohingya population, some of them have lived in the country for
Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand The process of international relationship is relating with political, economic, law and others factor. There are combining with ten countries in ASEAN. Among them, both Thai and Myanmar are developing countries, and they are neighbor countries for each other. In addition, both countries are trading in economic. ''Myanmar and Thailand relations refer to the current and historical relation between Burma and Thailand.
Out of the population of Burma 89% are Buddhists followed by Christians and Muslims each holding 4% of the countries population. It is clear that the majority of the countries population follow the religion of Buddhism. Majority of the 89% of Buddhist follow Theravada Buddhism which believes if your actions are negative bad things will come upon you (Nibbana and if your actions are positive good things will come upon you (Kamma). The religion of Theravada Buddhism was believed to seize the countries population in the year of 1044. In 1044 the land was believed to be unified by King Anawrahta.
The views of most of the Burman population have been influenced by those of the military and civilian elites and vice-versa. Though some think it is difficult or unimaginable to accept the Rohingaya population, Some of them have lived in the country for generations. It is important for the people of Myanmar to understand that without addressing the fundamental issues of the Rohingyas, Such as identity or citizenship, Myanmar will continue to face the international spotlight for all the wrong reasens. The Rohingya issue could also continue to pose security and territorial threats and harper the nations peace and
And I wonder how are other countries in Asia getting democratizing step by step. It will be more helpful to focus on the Asian country rather than Western country in this aspect, since Asian countries share some common cultures and suffer colonization or semi-colonization at some levels. Democratization in Myanmar Myanmar has been controlled under the military government since 1988. And in fact, the so-called Myanmar Socialism Regime which is from 1962 to 1988 is supported by the military force, so Myanmar can also be seemed as under one-party dictatorship during this period. In this sense, Myanmar is under a very special environment both in politic and economic aspect.
It may seem as though there is nothing we as citizens can do to help the Rohingya people because they are so far away and their may not be anything we can do to influence the problem without actually going there. However there is one major thing we can do to influence the crisis from home. The rohingya are considered to be a forgotten people. Their rights have been taken away, they are being forced out of their home country, and they have virtually no say in their lives or futures. What the Rohingya people need more than anything right now is a voice.
Religion: Myanmar is a place of many religions and many cultures, but despite this, approximations range between 85 and 90% of the countries population practices the religion of Buddhism. The other 10 to 15% is made up of various religions such as Protestant, Muslim, Hindu, Catholic, and a Burmese folk religion known as Nat. Of the around 85% Buddhist population, is a specific type of Buddhism known as Theravada Buddhism, which accounts for the majority of the Buddhist population in Myanmar. When the country regained independence from the British in 1948, they fell into a civil war, where the country's ethnic minorities tried to fight against the heavily Burmese central government. Even in Burma today, there is still ethnic turmoil that hasn’t
This approach also describe that the elite suggests played role in intergroup conflict. Seeing in Rohingya case, the elite Army played role to mobilize the violence so that the Buddhist accused the Rohingyas as the “impure” in the state, the regime saw it as opportunity to reduce the population. Moreover, Buddhist-Muslim violence is nothing new in Myanmar, especially in Rakhine (Kingsbury 2015). The government statement by President Thein Sein stressed that Rohingyas were unacceptable in Myanmar when he asked the solution of refugee camps or deportation. He commented in 2013 in Radio Free Asia, that they would take a responsibility for their ethnic, but because Rohingya were not their ethnicity, it was impossible to endure them illegally (Caballero-Anthony 2015:76).
Rohingyas do not speak Burmese. Rohingya scholars have written the Rohingya language in various scripts. Majority of the Rohingyas follows and practice Islam. Hinduism is followed by a minority. The barrier of racism is intense in Rohingya for which they are deprived of any types of educational system; whether religious or basic education by the government.
Myanmar, since political isolationism in 1962 and under military rule, this state was closed from outside world. There is not much information acknowledged by international community regarding the situation in Myanmar. There is no clear and obvious information in how Rohingyas becomes object of perpetrator and getting brutal violence from the majorities. For example, in 1991-2, the army has arranged for about 250,000 Rohingya communities to flee to Bangladesh, and they were repatriated without ‘given citizenship’ by the state (Dittmer, 2010). In addition, the data reported by Rianne ten Veen and the Islamic Human Rights Commision said that in 1991, Muslim Rohingya was targeted as object of abuses.