"We appeal to their conscience. We do not have any weapons. Our weapon is the Word of God. We are men of the Word of God. We go and knock on the gate to the hearts of these men and women. The people can either accept this or not. It is our job and duty to tell them: thou shalt not kill."
Christians everywhere have the duty to rally to the defense of the Rohingya, to call for respect of their human dignity, including—first and foremost—their freedom of religion and freedom of conscience. Next, urgent action must be taken to halt the violence in Myanmar, along with the commitment of significant sums to provide these refugees with adequate humanitarian aid.