THE EDITOR, Sir:
Kindly allow me an opportunity to drop a few lines in response to Gwynne Dyer's 'Bad days in Burma', published Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
First of all, let me confirm again that Rohingyas are not originally from Burma at all. As a matter of fact, they were somehow allowed into Burma some time ago. So the question arises, "By whom and how?"
That is exactly what Daw Aung San Suu Kyi pointed out, and she also emphasised rule of law in this matter. As we all know, corruption always takes place when there is lack of rule of law.
One thing I am quite sure so far about her is that she does not usually talk of what she is not sure of, and that is how she has reached where she is now.
We just need to look at how this whole Rohingya issue commenced in Burma without bias.
And we still cannot rule out the rumour that it was created by some bad-minded ex-general politicians until and unless it is proven otherwise.
Some misbehaviour of self-claimed Buudhists does not represent true Buddhism, so let me advise the author, Mr Dyer, to study a little more of Buddhism before he writes anything about this again.
KYAW S. WIN