The name “Rohingya” refers to a group of people suffering the worst oppression in the world; however, the plight of these people is barely heard or talked about in the media and their right to exist is being utterly denied. Even worse, they are deprived of their freedom of speech to speak out against the offenses they face. Moreover, human rights organizations and the international media are prevented from contacting the Rohingyas. Though the world witnesses their suffering, no one is fighting on behalf of the Rohingya people who are completely helpless and destitute. People considered worthy of Nobel Peace Prize, and the European states who pretend to be the defenders of human rights have made no attempts to help or speak on their behalf. The ruling junta and the radical gangs of Myanmar are oppressing the Rohingya people simply because they are Muslim. Although a handful of people have tried to raise the issue, there has not been a concerted or collective effort yet, and there doesn’t seem to be any in the foreseeable future. Without any delay or hesitation the Muslim nations must unite and stand up together against this oppression imposed on the Rohingya people. The solidarity and agreement amongst Muslims would certainly lead to serious political pressure on the government of Myanmar and in the international arena. This book was penned to draw the world’s attention to the plight of the Muslims of Myanmar, who are being oppressed, and to find real and meaningful solutions for their situation.