Before we can help Muslims of Burma we need to ACCEPT 50 years of PURE EVIL rule of MILITARY in BURMA was PURE EVIL. Army BRUTALISED nearly all BURMA citizens.
Have a quick read of this paragraph in >>not so wrong<< Wiki :
“….Burma is a resource-rich country. However, the Burmese economy is one of the least developed in the world. Burma’s GDP stands at $42.953 billion and grows at an average rate of 2.9% annually – the lowest rate of economic growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion. Among others, the EU, United States and Canada have imposed economic sanctions on Burma. Burma’s health care system is one of the worst in the world: The World Health Organization ranked Burma at 190th, the worst performing of all countries.
The United Nations and several other organizations have reported consistent and systematic human rights violations in the country, including child labour, human trafficking and a lack of freedom of speech. In recent years, the country and its military leadership has made large concessions to democratic activists and is slowly improving its relations with the major powers and the UN…”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burma see very start of Article. Then go down to >>>>Military rule (1962–2011)<<<<
So its hunger and treatable diseases killing MUSLIM and NON-MUSLIM babies. While generals rule and “keep their Burma free” of USA friendship ! Sorry but I never see any Government getting better by taking ANTI-WEST line !!! So who you are going to trade with China ? China treats its minorities very badly too.
More non-wiki info on Muslims of Burma :
RADIO FREE EUROPE and RADIO LIBERTY <<<< an official CIA communist era RADIO <<<< Its not in favour of Burma Muslims but we can see CIA is very anti Muslims now ? Here it is = http://www.rferl.org/content/irans-selective-concern-for-world-muslim/24659490.html
Persecution of Muslims in Burma = wiki
“… Burma Anti Muslim 2012 violence
In June 2012, 2000+ people were displaced in sectarian violence in the state in which most victims were Muslims. The government promised a full investigation.
Representatives from different religions and minorities in Pakistan condemned the atrocities inflicted on the Muslims of the Republic of Union of Myanmar. They said that minorities across the world had equal rights to lead their lives according to their belief, traditions and culture while the majority should not exploit their rights and narrow their path towards free movement. They said that genocide of Myanmar Muslims was a serious threat to world peace and was a serious human rights violation, which the United Nations should stop immediately.
 It all started on 3rd June 2012 when 11 innocent Muslims were killed by the Burmese Army and the Buddhist mobs after bringing them down from a bus. A vehement protest was carried out in the Muslim majority province of Arakan, but the Protestants fell victims to the tyranny of the mobs and the army.More than 50 people were reported killed and millions of homes destroyed in fires as Muslim-ethnic Rohingya and Buddhist-ethnic Arakanese clashed in western Burma….”
Muslims under General Ne Win
When General Ne Win swept to power on a wave of nationalism in 1962, the status of Muslims changed for the worse. Muslims were expelled from the army and were rapidly marginalized. Burma has a Buddhist majority. Muslims are stereotyped in the society as “cattle killers” (referring to the cattle sacrifice festival of Eid Al Adha in Islam). The generic racist slur of “kala” (black) used against perceived “foreigners” has especially negative connotations when referring to Burmese Muslims. The more pious Muslim communities who segregate themselves from the Buddhist majority face greater difficulties than those who integrate more at the cost of observance to Islamic personal laws.
Muslims in Burma are affected by the actions of Islamic extremism in other countries. Violence in Indonesiaperpetrated by Islamists is used as a pretext to commit violence against Muslim minorities in Burma. The anti-Buddhist actions of the Taliban in Afghanistan (the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan) was also used as a pretext to commit violence against Muslims in Burma by Buddhist mobs. Human Rights Watchreports that there was mounting tension between the Buddhist and Muslim communities in Taungoo for weeks before it erupted into violence in the middle of May 2001. Buddhist monks demanded that the Hantha Mosque in Taungoo be destroyed in “retaliation” for the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan. Mobs of Buddhists, led by monks, vandalized Muslim-owned businesses and property and attacked and killed Muslims in Muslim communities. This was followed by retaliation by Muslims against Buddhists….”
HERE is BACKGROUND on ISLAM in BURMA : (another wiki) = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Burma
Anti-Muslim riots in Rakhine (2012)
“….Buddhists started another genocide in Rakhine in June 2012, after Myanmar’s President Thein Sein has said Rohingya Muslims must be expelled from the country and sent to refugee camps run by the United Nations.It all started on 3rd June 2012 when 11 innocent Muslims were killed by the Burmese Army and the Buddhist mobs after bringing them down from a bus. A vehement protest was carried out in the Muslim majority province of Arakan, but the protestors fell victim to the tyranny of the mobs and the army. More than 50 people were reported killed and thousands of homes destroyed in fires as Muslim-ethnic Rohingya and Buddhist-ethnic Arakanese clashed in western Burma.Now up to date i.e. 28 th July, 2012. More than 50,000 people has been killed and many of them burnt in fire inclulded childrens and women as well as 1600 villages has been burnt and there is no muslim available.
While the idea of monks actually leading rioters may seem unusual, certain details make it less so. Burma’s large and much feared military intelligence service, the Directorate of Defense Security Intelligence, is commonly believed to have agents working within the monk-hood. Human Rights Watch also reported that monks in the 2001 riots were carrying mobile phones, a luxury not readily available to the Burmese population, as very few without government connections can afford them. It is also reported that there was a clear split between monks who provoked violence and those who did not. It has been suggested by Human Rights Watch and others that these facts may reflect the presence of agents provocateur among the monks.