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Myanmar: Muslim Rohingya fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh
Nor do I know whether there are any discrepancies in the persecution of these peoples for centuries (if not longer) by the Sudan. Several of the springs mentioned the different religions and while the sparks were an assault by the "stateless" Rohingya rebels on the GAF. Maybe it is the religions that explain the distrust that other Myanmarans have towards the Rohingya and regard them as "immigrants", even though they have been there for generation.
Rohingya are a fellowship living in the west of Myanmar. Almost all of them are Muslims and use the Bengali languages (the languages of Bangladesh and the Hindu state of West Bengal). Rohingya area, Rakhine county, formerly known as Arakan, is populated by a mix of ethnic groups, especially the Rohingya and Rakhine Indians who are Buddhists.
Bengali was the last area of India, except Sri Lanka, which was Buddhist, and many Bengals were still Buddhist at the moment of the Islamic advent on the sub-continent of India. To make a long story brief, Islam invaded deep into Bengal until the area bordering Arakan was predominantly Moslem and Bengal itself came under the reign of the Islamic Sultanate of Bengal in the thirteenth centuries, but Burma, unlike Malaysia and Indonesia, never in large numbers converts, despite the best effort of Islamic missionsaries.
Arakan area was governed by historical Burmese ethnic Burman/Rakhine monarchs, although they did not always get along very well with the neighboring Burmese buddhistic empires in the center of Burma and had strong ties to India. Rohingya come from at least three different waves: first, Bengals, mostly Muslims, who came to the Bengal Sultanate after Arakan' s appointment (because Arakan' s Majesty used the Sultan' s assistance to help them in an intern dynasty fight and left them de jure sincerainty when he was put back on the throne); secondly, early contemporary colonists who were imprisoned as workers, often as servants by Arakan' pirates' heirs.
Third, when the Brits captured India, the Rakhine came into conflict with the neighboring Myanmar tribe, and many thousand of Rakhine were murdered, making Arakan very under-populated, and when the Brits captured Burma, more Bengals were urged to move to Arakan to work as farm workers there. In the twentieth-century the Indians flooded Britain-Burma, at an alarmingly fast speed of knot, until they made up the vast bulk of the populations of many of Burma's coastline towns, which included the country's capitol, Yangon.
This was the first clash of tribal peoples across the entire provinces of Arakan, exceeding the number of Burmese and Rakhine tribes. Race tension bubbled and the Brits were about to step in to help the conflict as World War II erupted, with the Brits arming the Indians to combat the advancing Japanese.
Thus, in the middle of the imminent conflict, racial tension erupted and there was widespread force, as Donald Trump would say, "on many sides", with the Indians enthusiastically using Britain's weapons against the Burmese. By this time, the Japanese had come and assassinated with the help of the Buddhists and had killed thousand of Indians and coerced most of the remaining people to India.
Rohingya were among those who sought shelter in Bengal, and were at least one and the same from a Myanmar point of view as the recently arriving Bengalese because of their common pro-British sympathy, speech and apparition. As a result, the so-called "V-force", a brush of indigenous tribes who used to live in Arakan (many of them thoroughly Rohingyas who regarded Arakan as their home), started a struggle to get back to Burma, and after India's liberation, they tried to organize the merger of Arakan into East Pakistan (now Bangladesh),
However, this was hampered by Pakistan's reluctance to engage in a conflict with the Burmese over the area, and so Arakan went over to an autonomous Burma, and many of the Rohingya were not able to return to the territory of their deaths. Later, during the tension between Western Pakistan and Bengali, many Bangladeshi displaced people, among them many Arakan-born Rohingya and those who had emigrated there before the conflict, managed to re-enter Burma.
So the Rohingya Bengalese were settling in Arakan, who had their own identities with other Bengalese and yet had a vast amount of mixing and back and forth with their cousins: in fact, for a while Arakan was integrated into the Bengali provinces of the British Raj, instead of being part of the Burmese provinces, so that the frontier did not even existed at that time).
About the Rohingya. There is also the Kamein, a small group of about 50,000 ethnic Rohingya living in a similar area of Burma. Upon arriving in Arakan, the natives got into an argument with the princely man, who ended up being murdered after trying to get the Rohingya to help him in an Arakan putsch attemp.
Following his assassination, the Mughal immigrants under his leadership were incorporated into the ruling class as troops and jurists who wanted to enhance the image of the then very strange Rakhine dictatorship, which was Buddhist but adopted the Islamic nomenklatura and considered the camel as part of the characteristics of a Mogul mynasty.
So the Kamein were a kind of Mogul Varangian Guard, separated from the Rohingya, who were regarded as slave and peasant, although the Kamein were deprived of favor among the Britons and banished to an isle. As for Myanmar, the chimneys have nevertheless been kindly welcomed and are an important part of Burma's rich past, dating back hundreds of years, while the Rohingya were imported by the Brits.
You can see that the Rohingya were originally accepted by the Rakhine in the pre-British era, or even against their will, but these were accepted by the many hundred thousand of later immigrants during the Raj, and so it is hard to pinpoint the'deep' Rohingya substratum, as I believe that most Rohingya can probably be traced back to Bengal within the last two hundred years, in some cases less than a cent.
In a nutshell, it is a bit complex, but the Rohingya are essentially a mix of several phases of Bengali-Arakanese migrations, which began in the fifteenth centuries as a small and welcome tributary of colonists in the area that existed side by side and created its own fellowship within the predominantly Buddhist state of Arakan, but became from the UK era on a mass inflow that outnumbered Buddhists and in the second world.
Aborigines of the primitive medieval and early modern Rohingya (the name means by the way just "Arakanese" in Bengali) are largely intermingled with later shafts of Bengali immigrants, The Rohingya as an indigenous civilization of Myanmar inhabitants such as the Kamein (which actually became manifest as comparative intolerance and inclusion in the Burma civilian arenas for a short time until the 1962 conquest of Burma by the army junta) was eliminated because all Bengali Muslims were described as invaders and pro-British guerrillas.
Rohingya are not recognized as an officially ethnic group in Burma, although the Myanmar authorities have introduced some provisions for Rohingya nationality for those who can demonstrate that their forebears came to Burma before 1823 when the UK took over, although the onus is so heavy that most of them will essentially be stateless. However, the Rohingya are not recognized as an ethnic group in Burma.
Note that although the Kamein are Indo-Aryan and Muslim, they do not know the Bengali languages and, as far as I know, most of them do not belong to the Bengali ethnic group, which is probably why they escape Rohingya prosecution, they are quite easy to distinguish from them.
It is not so much about religious issues as Burmese nationalism and tension with India and Bangladesh. Burma is refusing to acknowledge the term'Rohingya' and just calling it'Bengalis'. Many, if not most, of the Rohingya really come from immigrants from Bengal in the relatively recent past, some of whom have taken part in Rakhine hostilities on Britain and many of them do not even know Burmese and have much more in community with Bangladeshis than with other Burmese.
Of course, this is no excuse for the way they are handled, but it explains why Burma sees them as a troubled group that should actually be in Bangladesh and not Burma. One could also take a look at the recent Bengali action before they portray Bangladesh and Bengal as unfortunate victims in all this: there is a much-needed anti-Tibeto Burmese ethnical purges in Chittagong province from Bangladesh, bordering directly on Rakhine province.