Its beyond me why some European countries are flooding itself with millions of immigrants from Africa and Asia when the results are rise in crimes and disturbance of social fabric?. Homogeneity in society is blessing, not heterogeneity.
Its non-nonsensical that you open gates for people of unknown background from far lands. Its not doctors, engineers or professors with PhD thesis who are crossing Alps to reach France. The ones who are riding boats on sea and crossing alp are failures of their respective countries, and lowest of their societies [economic
ally and morally]. Dont blame Islam, just shut your gates.
Immigration from disparate peoples always was a problem for any society that faced it; more than one country had collapsed because of it (Western Roman Empire dissolved due to barbarian immigration in 4th to 5th centuries, and ERE lost the entirety of Anatolia thanks to Seljuk Turk immigration in 11th century). How large a proportion of foreign element in the country is at this point in time is perfectly irrelevant for whether immigration as such is a problem or not. It is better to do something before open internal conflict becomes unavoidable.They "both see immigration and “continuously growing Muslim populations” as one of the greatest challenges facing their countries." I have already pointed out the Muslim population of Hungary amounts to about 0.05% and that the Muslim population of Burma is low (below 5%, and probably still lower after recent expulsions) and not growing at any speed. So that suggestion is plainly nonsensical. So why do they put it forward? This classic nationalist tactics to deflect attention from the real challenges by using small monirities of 'outsiders' as scapegoats. It is despicable, especially as coming from a Nobel Peace Prize Winner after the persecution of the Rohingyas - the suggestion is that is understandable thta they should have been treated in that way because of the challenge that they present to Burma.
P.S. See below, I would moderate this in view of the misrepresentation at the top of the article, it is better to look directly at the official statement linked above. But I am still rather shocked by the way in Aung San Suu Kyi has adopted a crude nationalist position on the Rohingya, and this statement does nothing whatever to mitigate my concern.
Arakan was never ruled by muslims. Arakan kings had muslim mercenaries and issued coins with arabic on it. But no muslims ever ruled Arakan.Arakan was infact ruled by muslim rulers from bengal for a long time, it didn't go to myanmar until few hundred years ago, should have been claimed by east pak/bengal. Arakan has a history of indian rule since log time most probably.
entire europe seem to be again turning towards nazi mentality it wont be long before they descend into that mode. nazis were welcomed, but gradually europeans realized that nazis were more harmful for them then anybody else.
the muslim countries also need to form an organisation to speak about this issue of islamophobia and try to address the migration issue by creating opportunities in their own lands and to make a political bloc so that aliens dont come and run havoc in their own lands and create crises situation.
arakan was ruled by bengal sultanate, arakan was also ruled by the palas, possibly kamarupas as well, mughal empire possibly also ruled arakan.Arakan was never ruled by muslims. Arakan kings had muslim mercenaries and issued coins with arabic on it. But no muslims ever ruled Arakan.
Bengal sultanate helped a dethroned Arakan prince to regain his kingship back. They were probably vassal but my statement that no muslim ever ruled in Arakan still stands. Arakan were actually quite notorious for slave raids in Bengal.arakan was ruled by bengal sultanate, arakan was also ruled by the palas, possibly kamarupas as well, mughal empire possibly also ruled arakan.
Palas and Guptas had no role to play in Arakan. Mughal Bengal were raided for slaves by the Arakan and Burmese for a very long time. Mughal ruled Chittagong not Arakan.
I know that. Bengal sultanate helped the Arakan prince against the Burmese to regain his throne.Muhammad Shah Sur and his son Bahadur Shah Sur, the Afghan rulers of Bengal in 1550s, struck coins in their name in Arakan.