I know that Anwar has a take on this also, but I'm going to tell you that from the research that we've done, they are not connected to any no funding from the outside world. That's one. Second of all, as an organization we condemn any use of violence. We believe in their non-violent struggle, and actually, this is why the Burma Task Force takes up their cause, because they are the only non-violent minority that is being persecuted in Burma. This is our stance on the situation.
However, there appears now to be an actual group there. We are skeptical about how real they are in their representation of the Rohingya. We've heard that other Rohingya are scared of this group. People have been saying that they might not be real Rohingya, but just a group that was put together to appear to represent the Rohingya, but they're not really Rohingya.
As for their receiving outside support, I have not seen any evidence of that anywhere yet, but they did come out with a statement just the other day that what they want is UN troops on the ground and that they're not trying to harm any civilians—that kind of thing. Regardless, we still condemn violence. We believe in a non-violent struggle.