The History of the Rohingya Crisis

Ahsan Hanif

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over the past few weeks was members of our community have been in McLaren and are often in Minar, performing the hajj. And watch the rest of us have been busy with our families in the middle of high celebrations. There is in situation there is unfolding and developing on a daily basis, something that we're aware of that we've seen in the news that we've heard, and we've come across. And that is the Rohingya crisis that is taking place in what was firmly formerly known as Burma. And today it is called Myanma. This is an issue that we've been seeing developing on our news channels, articles, online newspapers, and so on and so forth. And many of us might leave so we feel helpless to a

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certain extent, in terms of what we should do, living so far away so many 1000s of miles away, but seeing the oppression that is taking place. And this is something which links to the hedge because one of the lessons of the hedge that we learn from the farewell advice and the farewell sermon of our Prophet sallallahu wasallam is that oppression in all of its forms, irrespective of who the perpetrator is, and irrespective of who the victims are. oppression in all of its forms is something which this religion has made Haram. Indeed, Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned in the Hadith and Pudsey as our Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam that Allah said, You are a baddie in the Haram to

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Lula Allah and FC. What you're allowed to obey in a coma ramen for Allah tala lamb Lambo on my sleeves Indeed, I mean Allah have made oppression haram upon myself, and I've made it haram upon you as well. So do not oppress one another. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was speaking to over 100,000 Muslims companions, in their farewell hunt, the single largest greatest gathering of Muslims during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as he was giving him his farewell sermon and advice. One of the things that he spoke about was oppression, and how oppression should be lifted. And he said so Allah Allah, He will sell Amina Dima Akuma Marla Kumara haraam when

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it comes to hermit Yomi calm Heather Fisher halochem, harder fi Bella decom Heather, indeed your blood and your warmth. And your honor, it is sacred amongst you, just as this day is sacred, and this month is sacred, and this land is sacred. oppression in all of its forms is something which Islam does not accept. So when it comes to this unfolding situation of our Rohingya brothers and sisters, how do we respond and what should we do? I have a few pieces of advice that I would like to share with you in this footer Joomla. The first and perhaps one of the most important things that we should do is educate ourselves and raise awareness amongst ourselves as to what is exactly going on

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there. What is this crisis about? It is not something which is new, it's not something which only started a few weeks or a few months ago. It is something which has been running for decades. What is the history of those people that live there, and their claims, and what is the oppression that they are suffering currently, these things we need to educate ourselves about? Yes, it is true that we also need to raise awareness politically, locally, nationally, internationally. But before we can do that we ourselves need to be educated and reminded, we need to learn ourselves. It is a principle of our religion, that we have feelings and empathy towards the situation of others, or the Muslims, no

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matter how far they are, no matter where they may be in the world. We have empathy towards the situation, to learn about their situation, and to learn about the details and to learn about the difficulties that

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They are suffering. It is part of our religion for our Prophet told us sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the famous Hadith method meaning in a fatawa to him, what are homie he Mata Otto for him can method is just the way it is determine where odo today Allah Who said you will just get the bill from our sound, the example of the Muslims in their mutual love, the mutual affection and the mutual care is like the example of a single body. If a single part of that body a single limb feels pain, then the rest of the body stays awake with fatigue and with fever. It is something which affects us all. And it is something which we also need to question ourselves about when the situation of those

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brothers and sisters, the Rohingya brothers of Myanmar, Burma, when their situation and their exact dynamics are something which we're not very familiar with. Whereas at the same time, we have so much exposure to other conflicts that Muslims are also suffering across the world. We generally are more educated and more aware of the situation of our brothers and sisters, for example, in Palestine, and in Syria, and in Somalia, and Kashmir and other places, then we are of the situation of those brothers and sisters of the Rohingya community. And that doesn't mean that we should downplay those other conflicts so that they are less important. But it also means that we should raise our levels

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of awareness and our levels of education concerning this current crisis. Also, if you look at the Quran, one of the things that you will find is that the prophets of Allah, Allah hemos, salaatu wa Salaam, they would be interested in learning about the situation of the people that they would encounter, especially when they thought that there was some type of oppression going on, as part of our religion. In the stories of Musashi, his Salatu was Salam. Not on one occasion, but on a number of occasions. When he comes across incidents that take place in his life, in which he feels that there is some level of long injustice, oppression taking place, he is someone who puts himself

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forward. Ali is Salatu was salam to learn and to educate himself about what is going on when he flees from Egypt and is afraid of for his life or his sternum, as Allah mentions in the Quran. And it comes to the place of money in a place where you will later get married and settle down. Allah azza wa jal describes this and he says, Well, what are the madeon what are the early uma tamina Nasir skoon? What was it I mean, dooney Hema Martini telugu, Dan, Paula hotbot coma, when it came to the place of meridian and the people were watering their flocks of sheep. The men had their flocks of sheep and they were watering at the watering hole and Mousavi Salaam, so two women standing by

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the side, so he saw that the situation was right. There's something that doesn't seem right about the situation. So instead of ignoring what's going on minding his own business, because he's a refugee, someone who's fleeing from another land, afraid for his life, he goes to those two women and he says, What is your situation, my hot bakoma because it doesn't make sense. And then when they tell him that they're two women agree against a group of men and they don't want to jostle with them in the watering hole, they don't want to go and rub shoulders with those men so they will wait. And they have an elderly father for supper. lahoma he went himself and he took their flocks of sheep,

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and he watered them for him. moosari ceram in the story of karate is the stories that we read on Friday in Surah twin calf when those two prophets of Allah together go and they travel from one place to another, every time Musashi Salaam sees something even though he's agreed not to question karate, he said I'm not to speak. It is one of the conditions he accepted for being able to go and accompany him. But when he sees something that doesn't seem right, when he sees something that seems wrong, he can't help but speak. So when they are both upon the ship had tell you the rocky Buffy, Sophie and it Hahaha, and Sarah begins to scuttle the ship and pull up the planks, Musashi Salaam

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even though he made an agreement, he can't stay quiet. And he says, bah, ha, ha, ha ha, did you go on scuttle the ship so that it's people may drown. He can't stay quiet. It is part of our religion, and to learn about situation of people, no matter how far they may be, but because of the links of a man that we have with them, the bonds of brotherhood that we have that exist amongst us. It is part of our religion. Our Prophet told us sallallahu alayhi wa sallam elmsley Mona Tata Kapha will be my home. The Muslims are equal in terms of their blood. All of them are equal. All of them no one has more right to your attention and your awareness than someone else. Every one of them has a right

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upon you. So we need to educate ourselves. The Rohingya community of Burma. They have lived there for centuries. There was a dynasty a Muslim dynasty and Muslim Kingdom in that region called the RR can dynasty. This is something which you can google you can Wikipedia. It's not something which is difficult to find that the otter can dynasty but it

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existed from the years 1430 to 1785. But Islam began in that region many centuries before. In the ninth century AD, Islam began to spread in that region in the basket times, under the relief of Harun al Rashid Rahim, Allah and others of the opposite, the same time when Islam began to spread in other parts of the world, through trade routes, and through businessmen and traders, Muslims who would go from Arabia and the Muslim lands, and they would go to the Indian subcontinent. And they would go to the Far East, where today we have Muslim communities in Malaysia, in the Philippines, in Indonesia, they would go on that what we call the silk trade route, they would go and they would

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travel and they will do commerce, they will do business. And as those Muslims who went to those lands of Malaysia and Indonesia because of their of luck, and because of their character, because of the honesty and integrity in terms of their business dealings, Islam settled in that area. And it flourished until today, those regions in those countries or Muslim countries, likewise, in mobile's known as firmly being Burma. Likewise, those Muslims used to go and they would travel Arabs, Persian Muslims, people who had accepted Islam in the Muslim areas in the best of times, they will travel then they will settle. So Islam began to spread in that region, and it continued to spread for

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hundreds of years, until in the year 1430, a Muslim dynasty and kingdom was established it is known as the Arakan dynasty. It's around the same period of history for those of you that are, know your history of the Indian subcontinent is at the same era of the Mughal Empire and the Bengals Sultanate. It is around the same time 1430 they established the Dola that kingdom in what was called on what is now called Burma. Its first of all, I was a man by the name of Suleyman, Shah. And there are historical artifacts that show that a Masjid was built around that era. They built a Masjid and there are currencies coins that you can still find from the era upon which it says the konima La

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ilaha illAllah, Muhammad Rasulullah and other coins and currency that says the names of the whole affair Abubakar, Mr. rathman, Adi robiola, Huangpu, much money, there was a Muslim kingdom, and it stayed then it flourished for over 300 years, until the 1785. But in the year 1785, that kingdom was overtaken it was conquered by the Burmese kingdom, the Burmese Kingdom in 1785, which only lasted for 100 years, until the British would later go on and they would conquer those lands and they would invade. It was conquered by those that Burmese kingdom. But the point of this is to show how old Islam is in that region, and how those people who today are known as the Rohingya community, are not

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people who just came there a year ago, or 100 years ago, 200 years ago, they have 1200 years of history in that region. 1200 years of Islam. After World War Two, the British still had Burma and then they gave her independence in 1948. And shortly after that the government of Burma was known as Burma in those times, it began to oppress our brothers and sisters of the Rohingya community. So today, those people in that area of what is now Myanma, they don't have the right to higher education, they can go and they can go to college, or they can go to university, they don't have the right to free movement, they don't even have citizenship, they are denied the rights of citizenship,

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let alone free movement. So they can travel, they don't have passports, they don't have citizenships. And for those of us that live here in this country, and for those of us that traveled for Hajj and those of us that traveled Generally, we know how important it is in this day and age to have citizenship, how easy it makes your life. Those people are denied the rights of citizenship. They're denied many other rights as well. They're often forced into hard labor, where they have to go and work on government projects and other projects with little to no reward little to no pay little to no food and drink in return. They are suffering oppression or they've been suffering this

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oppression for many, many years, decades. And those people go through a daily basis and a daily grind, facing those difficulties and that oppression. This is something that we need to know about and something that we need to research. I don't have the time in this short hotbar to go through the history of the American dynasty, or the history of the Rohingya community. But it is something that we should do something that we should take the onus upon ourselves that we learn about this conference. So just as we have exposure to the other things that are going across the world, we should have exposure to this crisis as well. That's the first thing that we can do. Learn about

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those brothers and sisters in that part of the world. The difficulties that they're facing, the oppression that they're facing, the rights that they are denied. The United Nations calls them one of the most friendless people in the world. One of the most friendliest people

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meaning no one standing up for them. No one's speaking for their rights, no one's championing championing the cause. Because there are people who are unaware of that situation. We as Muslims, at the very least, should be aware of what is going on. The second thing that we should do is that we should understand and it is part of our religion also, to know that a larger vigil always brings balance, that Allah subhanaw taala always holds to account the presence and that Allah azza wa jal always gives victory to the oppressed. It is one of the sooner novela one of the universal laws that Allah has built within his universe, that the presses are always held to account if not in this

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life, then on the Day of Judgment, and those people who are oppressed, a large social always helps them and Allah subhanaw taala brings relief to the situation and to their causes. Our Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam in the early days of Mecca. When the Muslims were weak, and their resources were limited, and their numbers will feel the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go and he would seek out the situation of his companions. And he would see the companions being tortured, and he would see the companions being oppressed. He saw the likes of sumiya and yasur. Being martyred in front of his eyes. He knew what was taking place with other companions like Billa

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rhodiola one and the torture that he suffered, other companions who were poor and weak like probably will not know the long run, they would come and they would say to the Prophet, sallAllahu Allah He will sell them Allah, Lana, Allah to sponsor Lana, will you not make two offers for messenger of Allah? Will you not seek a loss aid and help for us? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was aware, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also knew from Allah subhana wa tada that a large religion holds the oppressors to account Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran, Allah Subhan Allah have aphelion Amma Yamato Vani moon do not think that Allah is heedless of forgetful concerning that

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which the oppressors do in normal use a hero humbly Yeoman, Tasha Sophie Hill absorb, but rather Allah only delays them till the day meaning the day of judgment in which their eyes will be wrought open. They will see the terrorists and the horrors of the day of judgment and the punishment that awaits them on the day of human pm. But Allah azza wa jal is not unaware. And Allah subhanaw taala is not heedless. But our role is to do what is within our capability, what is halal, what is legal, what is permissible for us, that is our role in this crisis. So to have the demand that a larger will will write that situation, that Allah subhanaw taala will make things easy, it is part of our

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religion. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would always stand up for the rights of the oppressed, he would speak out against it at the very least, he would speak out about the oppression that they were facing, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would pay extra care and attention to the weak amongst this community. The poor the freed slaves, the women, the children, the elderly, the sick the disabled. These will people that the profits on a lower alien will sell them would give special attention to in what is collected by the mammal Buhari one day Abubakar on the Allahu I'm sitting along with Bilal, and so Haman, Sandman and fantasy are the Allahu Imaginarium. So he built

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and Man, these are the poor companions from amongst the Muslim community, Abubakar Viola one has his own status in our religion. But they saw as they were sitting above Sophia, and who at the time was the leader of oration still non Muslim, they saw him passed by. So the three of the poro companions, they said that the time has not yet come for us to take off the head of the enemy of Allah. We haven't been able to kill this man who's persecuted as so much of ibaka rhodiola and became angry, became upset. And he said to them, how dare you say this, about the leader of courage? He's still the leader of koresh. So Boubacar Ayala who got up and he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam, and he replayed this incident to him. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, oh, Abubakar, perhaps you upset them, meaning those poor companions and if you have upset them, then indeed you have upset Allah subhana wa Tada. Such as the rights of the poor, that Allah azza wa jal becomes upset because of the heart. And Allah azza wa jal defends them and he answers the eyes that they make. They have a role within our community and they have a position in the sight of Allah. When people would come to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, delegations, groups of people they would come, the prophets would say to them, so Allah Allah, He will sell them a beer on

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your door.

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For him number two sarona waters akuna bewafa he can bring forth the week amongst you, the oppressed amongst you bring them forth, for indeed you are given how an aid by Allah and you are given provision risk from Allah because of those poor people. It is because of their desires. It is because of their poverty is because of their need that allows them which answers your supplications

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That Allah brings rain from the heavens that Allah azza wa jal brings you provision. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, not only would he be aware, but he would also look after the situation of those people. The third thing that we can do is to make to our for them sincere, do not advise that you only remind yourself on the hot button Juma whether when you see something on the news, and someone tells you, but it's a dryer that should be made constantly and regularly. It is a dryer that you should be making every day and every evening that alarms them, which helps not only them, but all of the people who are being oppressed.

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It is a part of our religion to make to when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again in those early days, when he saw the situation and the plight of the Muslims, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't have the resources to help them didn't have an army at his disposal, didn't have wealth and money. All he could do was speak to them and offer them contempt. And all he could do was make time for them. When the profits on the law while he was sitting him saw the family of Yasser being tortured and oppressed before they were martyred. He passed by them and he said to them, sobre la casa for Inamori, the Qumran Jenna, be patient or family of Yasser For indeed, your

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appointed place is Jenna, your promise from Allah is paradise. And that's something which we should do as well to make to our for those people in those communities. It is an obligation upon us that a large soldier helps them and AIDS them in a system that allows them to protect their wealth, and their families and their honor and their blood that allows them which will protect their positions and their homes. It is something which is part of our religion. Number four, to help people out financially. Those people are in dire need and they need our financial assistance. They need us to come and to step up and to help them the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would make two and he

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would say Allahumma in your heart read your Huckleberry Finn almara to your team. Allah, I beseech you for the rights of the two week people amongst my community, the two week vulnerable groups, the women and the orphans and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a cellular automata can Mujahid if he said in Illa I will call him will be Laila Sonny will be the one who helps the widow. The one who helps the widow is like the one who makes jihad in the path of Allah will the one who spends all night awakened prayer all day fasting. And the Prophet told us and Allah Allah He will send them in yet another Hadith, Montana hijjah tip kind of love if you hire God, whosoever is in the help of

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their fellow brother or sister, then Alonzo with gel will be in the end by you helping them, giving them what you can spend in what you can donate to what you can. It is one of the rights that they have upon you. But it is also one of the means of bringing a loss blessings upon yourself and your family. We have an appeal going today. And I think an announcement was made before the the German football began. But even after the German football, we have an appeal that today's collection will go towards those brothers and sisters, the Rohingya community to give what you can and to spend what you can food parcels, helping them shelter, whatever it is that you can. There are hundreds of 1000s

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of them now who have left and have gone to Bangladesh refugees who have nothing we're living in the most basic of conditions, who have no clean sanitation, no access to clean water, very little means and resources at their disposal. So to help them to spend it is something which I would strongly implore you to do, especially today as we have a collection going, finding my dear brothers and sisters in Islam. It is important that when we come across these situations across the world, wherever they may be, we have a balanced approach towards them. We know what our religion says. We know the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we

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know how to deal with these events. It is important not only for us, but also for our communities. We ask Allah azza wa jal that he relieves the pressure and the difficulty of our brothers and sisters in that part of the world, and that Allah azza wa jal helps all of the oppressed people and that Allah Subhana Allah protects their wealth, and their honor and their blood and their families and their properties and their possessions. Baraka loanee were looking for and he was soon one of our annual Jacobi Murphy mammillaria to hikma. akoto. He heard I was talking loudly welcome, what is your meeting Muslim equilibrium info stuff he wrote in our forum

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smilla al hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah while he was talking to a woman who Allah who seldom at the Sleeman kathira

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I want to end on a final point and that is kind of going back to the initial benefit and advice that I mentioned, raising awareness. I think it is also important extremely important for us as a community, to educate our children and to raise the

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awareness of what is going on across the world, with our children as well. Often when we see these images on TV Omen, these stories come to our attention. We try to shelter our children away from what's going on. And there is a balance to be had in that issue. We don't let them see the goal and the blood and those distressing images. But at the same time, it is important for us to also educate our children, the future of our oma that they too is part of their religion as it is a part of our religion, that they should learn and become aware of the situation of people across the world, that they should learn to have that empathy, that care, and that affection towards those people who are

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suffering across the world, to educate them, to involve them in donating to encourage them to raise money and to raise that awareness. It is something which is also important for us as Muslims in this community and within the UK as well as a large Zoda that he makes our issue. This affair easy for us. And there are lots of panel data shows his blessing and his forgiveness upon us. That a large social keeps us safe from harm, and that Allah azza wa jal quenches safety within our communities, and that Allah azza wa jal protects us and our families and our children from evil and from the traps and the evils and the harms of shame on us Allah subhanho wa Taala that he helps all of our

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