Human Rights Watch reports based on inaccurate history written byhistorians who had never lived in the region, ignoring the living historytold by the native Arakanese and the history appears in favour of thenatives. Human Rights Watch interferes with civil society order and acountry's sovereignty by falsify history, legalized illegal migration, inciteviolence by protecting criminals. It is sad to see people died in India,
because of the Human Rights Watch report about Rohingyas in Burma”.
At the high of the Arakan crisis, so-called Rohingya exploited the religionas the tool to do their propaganda promoting religious hatred and religiousintolerance against Buddhist. As the results, a lot of Pakistan based Islamicextremists networks fan the flame by using doctored images withfabricated stories spreading lies and hoax rumours.Sayardaw U Wirathu who led the rally in Mandalay interviews withFrance 24 said that it is a question of justice. Venerable U Wirathu saidthat
“We wanted the world to know that the Rohingya are not among the 135
different ethnic groups that are recognised in Burma. We also wanted tomake sure everyone knew that we, as Burmese people, do not condone theiracts of violence. Lastly, we wanted to highlight the importance of bordersecurity, by pointing out the fact that there have been some on the westernborder which runs along Bangladesh in the past who were not concerned
with Arakan’s security and did their job carelessly. We have lived
peacefully among different religions and ethnicities for years. But we nowhave these illegal Bengali immigrants demanding to be recognised as anative ethnic group and asking to be granted citizenship. We want peopleto know the truth, that the Rohingya are not Burmese and that they are not
a peaceful group.”
The spark started when three Muslim Bengalis, so-called Rohingya, gangraped the Buddhist Arakanese girl and murdered her by slitting the throat.The Arakan crisis started when terrorists Chittagong Bengali Muslims wholabelled themselves as Rohingyas had set fire on Arakanese Buddhisthouses and murdering dozens of Buddhist Arakanese villagers in the area of northern Arakan state where Chittagong Bengali Muslims are majority of the populations.