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  1. 1. P a g e | 1ARAKAN STATEQUESTIONS ON BURMACITIZENSHIPOF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT BENGALISO-CALLED ROHINGYABYMYANMAR PYI THAR28 MAY 2013Burma: Root Causes of Arakan onflictsBritish Citizenship Law stated that you will not be a British citizen if neither of your parents was a British citizen or legally settled here at the time of yourbirth. This means you are not a British citizen if, at the time of your birth, your parents were in the country temporarily, had stayed on without permission,or had entered the country illegally and had not been given permission to stay in UK indefinitely. There are millions of stateless people in UK.All the illegal immigrants should be housed at the refugees camps. Burmese President Thein Sein noted, “We will send them away if any third countrywould accept them.” Bangladesh must take back all Bengali immigrants who entered Burma illegally. Addition, 57 member states of the Organization ofIslamic Cooperation (OIC) should take all illegal Bengali so-called Rohingyas from Burma or they need to leave on a one-way back to their country of origin:Bangladesh.UN envoy urges Burmese Government to amend 1982 Burmese Citizenship Law so as to include so-called Rohingya (Bengali) as Burmas indigenous raceand to make them possible to get Burmese Citizenship. People of Burma dont accept anyone demanding to reform 1982 Burma citizenship law sincenationality is a legal bond between a person and a state.The Bengalis had high population growth rates, gradually making them become today’s second largest population group in Arakan State. The highpopulation growth has contributed to the tensions between the different groups.
  2. 2. P a g e | 2To address the argument of statelessness of so-called Rohingya (Bengali), international communitymust learn the root causes of the problem. The Arakan State is situated in the western part ofBurma with over 3.3 million population which comprises of the indigenous Arakan, Thet, Daing-Net, Mro, Khamee, Kaman and Mramargyi peoples. Apart from these, Bengali peoples also livein Arakan State. The British colonial forces took over Arakan State in the earlier part of the 19thcentury, subsequently expanding the land under cultivation. The British brought in largenumbers of Bengali from the neighbouring country as seasonal workers. The Bengalis had highpopulation growth rates, gradually making them become today’s second largest populationgroup in Arakan State. The high population growth has contributed to the tensions between thedifferent groups. The conflict and tension between the Arakan people and the Bengali peoplego a long way back. Major differences between the two groups in religion, traditional practices,culture and social norms meant that each group did not easily accept the other. Relationsbetween the two groups have seen attacks and killings, heightened feelings about racialidentity, desire for political control, accusations and counter-accusations. The bitterness andtensions have passed down from one generation to the next. Amongst the many episodes ofviolence, the sectarian violence that erupted in June and October of 2012 was particularlyprominent. Attacks and counter-attacks, killings and counter killings erupted between theArakan (Rakhines) and Bengalis, leading to heightened fears, lack of physical security and theinability of communities to meet their basic essential needs1.Burma: Questions on Bengali so-called Rohingya Burmese Citizenship1Rakhine Commission Report 2013 http://bdcburma.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/rakhine-commission-report-2013/
  3. 3. P a g e | 3Since 2012, there were series of clashes between indigenous Arakan Burmese Buddhist and aliensillegal immigrant intruders so-called Rohingya Bengali who entered from Bangladesh. Arakan peoplehave been residing for thousands of years in Arakan state which is located at Western part of Burmasharing border with Bangladesh. These Bengali illegal immigrants who called themselves Rohingyaenter Burma through porous border due to the lack of rule of law and due to the deep-rootedcorruption of Burma immigration officers, border security officers, police officers and militaryofficers. During the colonial era - British brought them as the labourers for farming and constructionwork. Some of the Bengali were brought in by the Arakanese land owners as the seasonal workersbut these farm labourers dont return to their native place after the farm season end but settled innorthern Arakan. Majority of Bangladesh migrated to Myanmar (Burma) illegally by just crossing theporous border by all methods because of population explosion in former East Pakistan, nowBangladesh.They have never been an original ethnic group of Myanmar (Burma) according to Burma history aswell as international history. They are from Bangladesh and should be named as Bangladeshi Bengalibut definitely not the Rohingya. Arakanese (Rakhaings) and Burmese cannot accept that term--Rohingya. There has never been such an ethnic group in Burma and also in Indo-Pakistani history.Bengali (so-called Rohingya) have the connection with Talibans, and Islamist Terrorists which wererevealed by Wikileaks2. Addition, these so-called Rohingyas are also involving in human trafficking.On 8thJune 2012, so-called Rohingya (Bengali) committed crime against humanity on Arakan peopleof Burma. Scores of Buddhist Arakan were killed, thousands of their homes were burnt down toashes and tens of thousands of Arakan become refugees in their very own home-land overnight.Burmese government responded by declaring a state of emergency in a western region borderingBangladesh to prevent clashes between Bengali (so-called Rohingya) Muslims and indigenous ArakanBurmese Buddhists from spreading or threatening the country’s democratic transition. These Bengali2Wikileaks.org http://www.wikileaks.ch/cable/2002/10/02 Rangoon1310.html
  4. 4. P a g e | 4(so-called Rohingya) who have been building network of various media, campaign groups, NGOs,donors, and OIC led Islamic Countries; distributed fabricated and unfounded stories propagating tothe world that they were the victims but in reality they were the perpetrators. These foreigners,Bengali (so-called Rohingya), have been building up network and campaign lobbying internationallyfor decades. Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) Director said that for too long, many Burmese3exileleaders failed to object on what Bengali (so-called Rohingya) have been spreading fake historyaround the world. Burmese exile media biased with these Bengali (so-called Rohingya) and somecritics say that they are bribed with under table money. In return, these very Burmese media in exileare campaigning for them with fabricated stories.Therefore, through the network of Burmese media contacts and with the support of OIC countries,these Bengali (so-called Rohingya) able to buy international media to promote their fabricatedstories to brain-washed the viewers and to earn support from international leaders. In reality,Arakan crisis is immigration crisis and it must be dealt in accordance with 1982 Burmese CitizenshipLaw. When we are talking about Arakan crisis ones also need to understand what are citizenship lawand what are immigration law. For the citizenship issue, Burma would give careful consideration onthose people if one can produce all essentials documents to prove that they are entitled to have theBurmese citizenship in accord with Burma immigration laws. Burmese people wont be happy ifthousands of illegal Bengali immigrants stealing Burmese identity by creating fake ethnic group withtheir lies history.Bengali people who called themselves Rohingya claiming asylum in third countries are most likelyfrom the Bangladeshi side of the border since some so-called Rohingya gangs in Bangladesh areinvolving in human trafficking. Burmese are not happy at all that international community labelingso-called Rohingya as part of Burmas ethnics groups and they totally object about it. To investigate3Threat to Global Peace by so-called Rohingya Bengali Terrorists Extremistshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z50NzmWSHlo
  5. 5. P a g e | 5what had happened in Arakan conflicts 20124- we must do research on Arakan history. PresidentThein Sein appointed the 27-member panel to investigate the causes of the conflict and recommendmeasures to prevent further violence. The panel included former political prisoners, Christians,Hindu, Muslims, and Buddhists. According to Rakhine (Arakan) Commissions Report which releasedon 22 April 2013 stated that Bengali (so-called Rohingya) had massacred5thousands of Arakanindigenous people in 1942.According to the report, more than 20, 000 Buddhist Arakan were brutally massacred by intrudingfully armed Islamic Bengali (so-called Rohingya) masses. The whole area of Arakan land (villages)were wiped out and unarmed Arakan civilians were forced to flee from their homes (villages)especially at Maungtaw and Buuthitaung townships due to the atrocities and terrorism of Bengalis(so-called Rohingya). Subsequently, Bengali (so-called Rohingya) had occupied vacant Arakan landsand settled there. Until now, Maungtaw and Buuthitaung townships become Bengali (so-calledRohingya) majority areas comprising more than 90-95% of the population where indigenous Arakanof Burma become minority in their very own mother land. Arakan holocaust survivors pass down thehistories from generations to generations and cannot forget the bitter and bloodshed execution theyhad suffered at the hands of brutal Bengali (so-called Rohingya) masses. At that time these Bengali(so-called Rohingya) called themselves as the Mujahids or Mujaheedins.The sectarian violence in Arakan (Rakhine) State stemmed from the fact that Bengali wanted toturn Arakan state into Islamic state with technical advice and financial support from religiousextremists from foreign countries like Bangladesh and Pakistan. The sectarian violence spreadquickly across the state due to the government’s inability to protect the ethnic nationals, corruptofficials taking bribes to let illegal Bengali immigrants in, officials from Union Solidarity and4Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) on 2012 Arakan Crisis: What Went Wrong?-videohttp://democracyforburma.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/burma-democratic-concern-bdc-on-2012-arakan-crisis-what-went-wrong-video/5Rakhine Commission Report 2013 http://bdcburma.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/rakhine-commission-report-2013/
  6. 6. P a g e | 6Development Party issuing temporary registration cards to many Bengalis to win the 2010 Elections.Arakan (Rakhine) community strongly believes Bengalis are trying to control Sittwe, the capital of thestate and other main cities as the main waterways across the state are dominated by several Bengalivillages making way for illegal Bengali migrants to enter the country easily.Meanwhile, Human Rights Watch (HRW)6issued the report on 22 April 2013 accusing the Burma(Myanmar) authorities and Buddhist monks of playing their role in “ethnic cleansing” against theMuslims in western state of Arakan. But, HRWs report was swiftly rejected by activists andBurmese Government. The 88 Generation Leader Pyone Cho7told the HRW officials to produce acorrect report. Burma Democratic Concern (BDC) issued the press release8rejecting Human RightsWatch unfounded accusations. Human Rights Watch (HRW) is deliberately exploiting the Arakan(Rakhine) conflict so as to get attention from religious extremists around the world. As the growingsign of Islamic extremists mobilisation to attack Burmese civilians, on 3 May 2013, IndonesianIslamic groups called for “Jihad in Myanmar” by saying "We Want to Kill Myanmar Buddhists"9.Indonesia police arrested two Islamic Terrorists with Bombs who plan to plot exploding BurmeseEmbassy. On 10 April 2013, ten Buddhist fisher men10were beaten to death by 110 Bengali (so-calledRohingya) in the same detention centre of Indonesia as the retaliation of communal conflict inBurma. There are no denounce made from either UN, EU, USA, HRW, OIC, AI, Ban Ki-Moon, DalaiLama nor Tomas Quintana when victims are Buddhist or Burmese. While America is battling with6Human Rights Watch Report Burma 2013 http://www.hrw.org/world-report/2013/country-chapters/burma788 Generation Students Public Relation Page https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=373330519439208&set=a.212622052176723.39691.212414885530773&type=1&theater8Burma: From Dictatorship to Democracy and now is the time for Democracy to Developmenthttp://www.bdcburma.org/Statements.asp?Id=1649Deadly Jihad : WE WANT TO KILL MYANMARS BUDHIShttp://democracyforburma.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/deadly-jihad-we-want-to-kill-myanmars-budhis/10Myanmar Buddhist Living in Fear After Indonesia Killingshttp://www.thejakartaglobe.com/news/myanmar-buddhist-living-in-fear-after-indonesia-killings/
  7. 7. P a g e | 7Boston home-grown Islamic terrorist attack but it is supporting the Syrian Opposition Coalition11which is linked with terrorist groups. U.S.-backed rebels are committing Christian genocide12in Syria,where they are sacking churches and issuing threats that all Christians will be cleansed from rebel-held territory. Recently, they called for carrying out terrorist attacks13on Burmese Buddhists andnon-Islam in Burma. United Nations accused Syrian rebels of using Chemical Weapons14. In Burma,the resentment against UN and HRW are growing. Marginalised by media and imposed withterrorists threats-- the spirit of Nationalism and Patriotism amongst Burmese are growing. UNenvoy urges Burmese Government to amend 1982 Burmese Citizenship Law so as to include so-called Rohingya (Bengali) as Burmas indigenous race and to make them possible to get BurmeseCitizenship. People of Burma dont accept anyone demanding to reform 1982 Burma citizenshiplaw since nationality is a legal bond between a person and a state.Burmas MPs, legal experts and representatives of ethnic groups said the 1982 Myanmar (Burmese)Citizenship Law15requires no amendments as it prevents an illegal influx of foreigners. Burmese seeinfringement of Burma’s sovereignty anyone demanding to reform Burma’s 1982 Citizenship Law16.Norway government said that it will not demand Burma government to give citizenship to theRohingyas. Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide17insisted that a nation is not obligated to11Indonesia Foils Terror Attack on Burmese Embassy http://www.voanews.com/content/indonesia-foils-terrorist-attack-on-burmese-embassy/1653753.html?utm_content=socialflow&utm_campaign=en&utm_source=voa_news&utm_medium=twitter12Muslims Persecution of Christianshttp://www.rightsidenews.com/2012072616742/world/terrorism/muslim-persecution-of-christians-june-2012.html13Syrian Islamists set sight on Myanmar https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/nownews/syrian-islamists-set-sight-on-myanmar-14UNs Del Ponte says evidence Syria rebels used sarin http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-2242418815President Thein Sein and his government have no plan to amend the 1982 Myanmar Citizenship Lawhttp://elevenmyanmar.com/politics/2706-thein-sein-says-myanmar-has-no-plan-to-amend-citizenship-law16English Translation 1982 Burmese Citizenship Law http://www.ibiblio.org/obl/docs/Citizenship%20Law.htm17Norway slammed for silence on ‘stateless’ Rohingya http://www.dvb.no/news/norway-slammed-for-silence-on-%E2%80%98stateless%E2%80%99-rohingya/26703
  8. 8. P a g e | 8give citizenship to everybody who is living there. Some critical voices talk as if all nations would havereceived people from neighbouring nations and made them citizens. But, UN argues that accordingto the Article 15 of Universal Declaration of Human Rights18"Everyone has the right to a nationalityand no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality."Forum of Burmese in Europe (FBE)19represents the network of Burmese across Europe from variouscountries such as UK, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Czech, Finland,Belgium and France. The FBE is advocating for democracy, social justice and human rights in Burma.The FBE strongly rejects dictatorial rule in Burma and has been closely working together with thedemocratic forces around the world. FBE clarify that the recent crisis in Arakan state was not basedon the race or religion but the crimes committed by both parties. The lack of rule of law andcorruptions employed by the military rule for decades were to be blamed for it. US has signed theNDAA law and maintained the Guantanamo prison for years. One violates the 4th amendment of theUS constitution and the other violates the international law.Burmese accused UN of double standard. UN is saying nothing at all regarding Middle East and SaudiArabia Citizenship Laws. Saudi Arabia Citizenship20is based upon the Saudi Nationality Law. Birthwithin the territory of Saudi Arabia does not automatically confer citizenship. Child of a Saudi father,born in wedlock, regardless of the child’s country of birth. Child of a Saudi father and foreignmother, born out of wedlock, will obtain the citizenship of the mother. Child born in Saudi Arabia,out of wedlock, to a Saudi mother and unknown father, child born out of wedlock to a Saudi mother,born outside the country, will not be granted citizenship by descent. Foreign woman who marries a18The Universal Declaration of Human Rights https://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/#atop19Forum of Burmese in Europe http://www.scribd.com/doc/99984784/A-Response-to-the-coalition-of-31-international-NGOs-calling-for-the-immigration-law-reform-in-Burma20Saudi Arabia Citizenship http://www.saudiembassy.net/about/country-information/laws/The_Basic_Law_Of_Governance.aspx
  9. 9. P a g e | 9citizen of Saudi Arabia may apply for citizenship by registration. Saudi Arabia does not automaticallygrant rights to apply for naturalization.Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an AssociateFellow at the Middle East Forum said yet across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)21regionand the Gulf where women and children are being denied their right to nationality – a crucialcomponent of citizenship. In many countries in the region, women who marry foreign men cannotconfer their nationality to their husbands, or even to their children. This has made childrenforeigners in the countries they grew up in, while men lack key rights even after living in countriesfor many years. They often have no access to welfare benefits such as free healthcare andeducation, and must obtain and regularly renew residence permits. They are also often restrictedfrom owning or inheriting property, excluded from certain professions, discriminated against in theemployment market and treated as foreign students when applying for university.21How Sexist Laws Deprive Families of Citizenship http://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/2012/05/29/how-sexist-laws-deprive-families-of-citizenship-in-lebanon-and-beyond/
  10. 10. P a g e | 10Burmese said when you look at British Citizenship Law22, even If you were born in the UK to parentswho are not British citizens and are not legally settled in UK, then even if you were born inthe United Kingdom, you will not be a British citizen if neither of your parents was a Britishcitizen or legally settled here at the time of your birth. This means you are not a Britishcitizen if, at the time of your birth, your parents were in the country temporarily, hadstayed on without permission, or had entered the country illegally and had not been givenpermission to stay in UK indefinitely. There are millions of stateless people in UK.“Stateless people in the UK live in constant risk of human rights abuse” - UNHCR andAsylum Aid report23on stateless persons living in the UK describes the experiences ofstateless people forced to live on the street, with no accommodation in the UK and noright to remain, but with no other country to which they can turn for help, stateless peopleseparated from their spouses and children for many years – in some cases, for more than adecade and stateless people held in immigration detention, often for many months, whenevidence shows there is no country of nationality or residence to which they can bereturned. But, there is no serious measure taken by UN demanding to amend UKCitizenship Law given that it is a super power country.Addition, the French government24is refusing to grant citizenship to a foreign man who forces hiswife to wear the full Islamic veil. French also passed a law to ban the wearing of full Islamicveils in public institutions. France President Nicolas Sarkozy, said the burqa was "notwelcome".22British Citizenship Lawhttp://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/britishcitizenship/othernationality/Britishcitizenship/borninukorqualifyingterritory/23UNHCR and Asylum Aid Report http://www.unhcr.org.uk/resources/monthly-updates/november-2011-update/statelessness-report.html24French Government not welcome Foreign Manhttp://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2010/02/20102311368461133.html
  11. 11. P a g e | 11A mass exodus of Christians25is currently underway. Millions of Christians are being displaced fromone end of the Islamic world to the other. We are reliving the true history of how the Islamic world,much of which prior to the Islamic conquests was almost entirely Christian, came into being. In themiddle-east, Palestine crisis is still pending to be solved. It is not only the Arabs and the Palestiniangovernments who are turning a blind eye to the mass displacement of Palestinians. Human rightsorganizations and the mainstream media26in the West are also ignoring the plight of thePalestinians. This is, after all, a story that lacks an anti-Israel angle. More than 55,000 Palestinianshave been forced to flee Syria to Lebanon and Jordan over the past two years, according to figuresreleased by the United Nations Work and Relief Agency [UNRWA]. According to Palestinian sources,more than 2,000 Palestinians have been killed in Syria, most in recent months, by both the rebelsand the Syrian army. Most of the Palestinians who fled Syria have found shelter in neighbouringLebanon, where more than 500,000 Palestinians live in several refugee camps in different parts ofthe country. It is worth noting that Palestinians in Lebanon are subjected to apartheid laws that denythem work, social and health benefits, and freedom of movement.Burma: What Should Be Done Tackling Illegal Immigration of Bengali so-called Rohingya25The mass exodus of Christians from the Muslim World http://nocompulsion.com/the-mass-exodus-of-christians-from-the-muslim-world/26Palestinians in Syria Killed, Injured, Displaced http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3706/palestinians-syria-killed-injured-displaced
  12. 12. P a g e | 12There are three main areas we must emphasis so as to restore peace, stability and development ofthe Arakan state: i.e. restoring rule of law, tackling corruption and poverty alleviation which allwill contribute preventing further conflicts as well as tackling so-called Rohingya (Bengali)Citizenship problem. Burma must strengthen the rule of law by encouraging reform in thejustice sector, to include fostering the independence of the judiciary; and to increase access tojustice. The fundamental of all must be tackling corruption and respecting rule of law at alllevels especially immigration officers, border security officers, administration officers, militaryofficers, police officers and religious affair officers. In the past, successive responsible officers ofvarious departments failed to implement Burmas 1982 Citizenship Laws which largelycontributed compilation of today Bengali population in Arakan. All the illegal immigrants shouldbe housed at the refugees camps. Speaking of his refugee policy, Burmese President Thein Seinnoted, “We will send them away if any third country would accept them.” Or so-calledRohingyas (Bengali) need to leave on a one-way back to their country of origin: Bangladesh.At present the emir of Qatar has funded and shipped 3,500 terrorists27from Tunisia to Burma toslaughter more Buddhists in Burma. Burma is facing the threat of potential terrorist attack.Close cooperation with international and regional organizations - governments and non-governments alike - Burmese Government should plan a Counterterrorism Readiness Strategyto implement and complement on how to respond, handle and take action in the event ofemergency. The Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) should help Burma taking preventiveand precautious measures to tackle terrorism.Burma should work closely with the Global Counterterrorism Forum, Financial Action Task Force(FATF) and the Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering, to strengthen Anti-Terrorism Work, totackle “terrorist activities” and “terrorist organizations” and terrorist financing. Burma should27THE “INNOCENT AND PERSECUTED” ROHINGYA MUSLIMS IN BURMA: A HISTORY OF RAPE, GENOCIDE AND GRISLYMURDERS OF BUDDHISTS BY BANGLADESHI MUSLIMS http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/the-innocent-and-persecuted-rohingya-muslims-in-burma-a-history-of-rape-genocide-and-grisly-murders-of-buddhists-by-illegal-bangladeshi-muslims/
  13. 13. P a g e | 13have the legal frame work for the freezing, forfeiture, seizure, or detention of terrorist assetsand property and to combat terrorist financing and acts of terrorism. International NGOs suchas Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Amnesty International (AI) should be impartial in advocatingfor their interest groups in Burma. Media should be responsible and they should be ethical inreporting news. Addition, media should rely on reliable news sources rather than one-sidedvoices. Burma border security must be increased. International Community should help Burmabuilding manmade barriers such as RC Concrete Fence installing with CCTV 24-hour surveillancestationed with specialist forces especially trained for gathering intelligence on extremistorganizations and violent groups. As a matter of priority, the organization of Immigrationservice personnel (La-Wa-Ka) in Arakan (Rakhines) State must be strengthened.UN and International Community should help Burma training, empowering and expanding BurmaImmigration officers. Burma must ensure that Arakan State has an excellent transportationnetwork and International Community should help building and maintaining highway roads,railways and airports. Arakan State civil services need to be strengthened, in particular, theOffice of General Administration and the Department of Religious Affairs. InternationalCommunity should help empowering and training officers with skills, man power and hi-techtechnology so as to effectively administer the region in accordance with rule of law. Educationis the fundamental solution for almost all of the problems. More secular schools must beopened and children should be able to go to school. International Community should helpBurma empowering teachers, supporting teaching careers and teachers welfare especially inArakan state. Burma needs to expand civic education in order to eliminate extremist teachings,especially in religious schools for the Muslim communities in Arakan State.International Community should help Burma building new school, supporting teaching materials andrecruiting secular teaching. Muslim communities must be able to function in the Myanmarlanguage; to this end literacy courses need to be implemented amongst these communities. UN
  14. 14. P a g e | 14and international Community should help Burma teaching Burmese literacy especially amongstBengalis. Arakan State’s economy and business environment need to be enhanced, so thatlivelihood and employment opportunities are created and expanded. All groups must be able tospeak the Burmese (Myanmar) language, and understand Burma (Myanmar’s) traditionalcultures. Measures need to be taken to instil a sense of loyalty and allegiance to the Union ofBurma (Myanmar). International Community should help Burma with implementingdevelopment projects in Arakan state which will create jobs opportunities and tackling poverty.The Burmese government needs to urgently initiate a process for examining the citizenship status ofpeople in Arakan (Rakhine) State, implementing the provisions of the current 1982 CitizenshipLaw. International Community should help Burma collecting data for census in order to identifyBurmese Citizenship in accordance with Burmas 1982 Citizenship Laws. All villages andcommunities should be able to receive correct and factual news via radio programmes, newsbulletins, and public address systems. International community should help Burma providingfast and reliable internet access, telecommunication and satellite network systems. All theillegal immigrants should be housed at the refugees camps. Bangladesh must also takeresponsibility to take all Bengali illegal immigrants in Burma. Addition, 57 member states of theOrganisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) should take all 500, 000 illegal Bengali so-calledRohingya from Burma. Above measures must be implemented so as to solve so-called Rohingya(Bengali) Citizenship problem, to promote human rights, to promote respecting rule of law, andto promote human development which will in turn will promote peace, stability and prosperityin Burma and in the world at large.Acknowledgement: Massive thanks to Rakhine Commission Report 2013 which contribute largely for root-cause and whatshould be done parts of this document.