Background about how the Rohinga Evolved
The Bengali-Muslim ( Rohingya) have been terrorists since 1942” when the British ruled most of South Asia including the current countries of Myanmar, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. In early 1942, as the Japanese were advancing towards Arakan (Ralkine state in Myanmar), the British formed a battalion of Muslims – called the Bengali V Force – and gave them weapons. As the British suddenly retreated – the Bengali Muslims (now so-called Rohingya) quickly used the weapons – not against the Japanese -but they used them to slaughter thousands and thousands of Buddhists and burned down all of the Buddhist villages, pagodas, temples and monasteries in the Maungdaw and Buthidaung areas. About 30,000 Rakhine Buddhist were killed in this absolute genocide, hundreds of villages were burned down, and around 100,000 Rakhine Buddhists were ethnically cleansed from their ancestral lands. By late 1942 the whole Maungdaw-Buthidaung region was firmly in the hands of Bengali Muslims – who were now well armed with abandoned Japanese and British weapons. Active Islamic Terrorism and de facto ethnic cleansing of Rakhine Buddhists and Bengali Hindus continues to this day in the area.