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Rohingya Hoax by Maung Tha Hla


Maung Tha Hla, who is the author of The Rakhaing,  companion of the periodical Rakhaing  Guardian,  is the  founder president of the Buddhist Rakhaing Cultural  Association of the  United States of America.

He served twenty years with the Burma Foreign Service,  which he quit during the tenure of 
office of Deputy  Permanent Representative of Burma to the United Nations  Organization.


"The Piltdown Man", a scientific forgery, was  speculated in 1912 as the missing link 
Between man and the  apes. The paleontological hoax was finally uncovered in  1953. 
Now there is "The Rohingya", an ethnological fraud,  which claimed to be the hybrid  race of Arabs, has fooled the  public since the 1950s, having concocted the far-fetched  shipwreck story. The international community, who were  prone to deceit, seemed to have  the least notion of what was  encapsulated in the humbug wangled by the illegal  immigrant Muslims from the Chittagong District of East  Bengal.

The risible claim, which was pivoted on shipwrecked  Arabs, the alleged progenitors of  soi-disant Rohingya, was a  classic example of deception and intrigue devised by the  pugnacious Chittagonian Muslims, who cast about for a  dog's chance to win a free Islamic  enclave in the Rakhaing  state, the northwest region of the Union of Burma, which  adjoins the Bengali land, presently Bangladesh. Wily as was  their strategy, the Chittagonian  separatists, who were beset  by identity crisis and known for a history of frequent change  and gimmick, were seized with an impulse to inter their  Bengali identity and nicknamed  themselves Rohingya in  pretence of a new race, distinct from the Bengali strain, in  order to give a legitimate reason for the institutionalization  of them as an ethnic group of Burma  in support of their  demand for the Muslim state. The farcical claim does not  bear out what it was professed.

It is time to divulge the Rohingya hoax, the product  of Chittagonian rascals, in virtue of 
evidence rested upon  the basis of historical documents and official records,  probing the 
core of the claim as to who the purported

Rohingya are, and where they came from, whether their  ancestry originated in the far-away 
land of Arabs or the near- at-hand Bengali land of over population and grinding  poverty so 
that their true identity is unveiled; hence,  expurgation of the fraudulent claim once and for 
all  Abraham Lincoln says:

Vfiu ran fool some of the people all of the time,
And all of the people some of the time,
But you can not fool all of the people all of the time.

Washington, D.C.

The paltry subterfuge of an imaginary people hyperbolize in so much profusion that it has profoundly suffused into confusion of the general public, people of the Western world in paticular. No wonder that the image of fictional Rohingya, whic was feigned to attain the lega status of immigrant Begali  Muslims, gained favour of apologists and liberalists. Adapted to a culture of deceit the Chittagonian separatists gussied up their claim in fancy and finesse, distorting nebulous events of history convenient for the Rohingya chicanery. The purveyors of lies did not need facts to hoodwink the general  public. It is pretty simple to spot the wile, if one would only go back to history.
Rakhaing, a traditional Buddhist Land, has been in the Islamic phantasm for centuries. Rambunctious as it has been in the time since the demise of monarchy, the woeful sate of affairs of Rakhaing, to the gravest exten imaginable, was aggravated by transplant Chittagonian Begalis who toyed with the idea of gaining dominion over the land, which the Muslims had failed to materialize in the past centuries; but their aspiration, the sequel of long-run objective to fulfil the Islamic inspiration, did not die. They continued to 
activize the growing breath of the preordained ambition in capricious strategy and freakish tacties.

Lying on the eastern shore of the Bay of Bengal, the land of Rakhaing was once a sovereign kingdom, whith a history of thousands of glorious years. It was composed of four geopolitical regions, viz., Dhinnyawaddy (Mrauk-U), Rammawaddy (Ramree Is.), Dwarawaddy (Sandoway) and Maygawaddy (Cheduba Is.). At the height of its glory and sea power the kingdom reigned supreme in the east coast of the Bay and held sway over parts of East  Bengal, which comprised the greater portion of present day Bangladesh. It also imposed its power on the bounds of Burmese kingdom. The prosperous kingdom, however, did not survive the ravages of time. The kingdom's very success contributd to its fall. It ceased to exist in 1785 at the ultimate conquest by the juxtaposed Burmese kingdom, which in turn fell to a Britich colony, consequent upon the first Anglo-Burmese war of 1824-26. During the British rule of Burma, the Rakhaing land became the Arakan Division, which was divided into three Districts, namely, Akyab, Kyaukphru, and Sandoway. In the aftermath of national indemendence from the British in 1948, the land of Rakhaing was belatedly constitued as a sate in the Union of Burma.

When Burma secured independence from the British, they left behind a large community of alien Indians, Hindus vested interests on British colonialists. The Rakhaing land, bounded by the Chittagong District of East Bengal, was worse off than any other part of the Union, with the presence of  a large number of immigrant Muslims, who were Begenli in blood and spirit. The ethical, linguistic, cultural, religious, political and geographical ties held the Chittagonian immigrants together with the people of their old country. Upon formal nationalization and indigenization that followed independence nearly all the immigrant Hindus and most Muslims left the country while the Chittagonian Benglis stayed behind to carry out their base
agenda, who were inspired by the Islamic nationalism which called into being the Muslim nation Pakistan in for in former British India.

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