We've talked with Rohingya and human rights organizations from around the world. From all the communication that we've had, all the Rohingya whom we've been in contact with have said that they do not agree with this group's formation, its goals, and the way it wants to proceed. However, I think it would be silly to think that after so long, there is not the chance that people might possibly, I don't know if you could say radicalize, but start defending themselves in a way that maybe we might not agree with. For now, I know that, in general, the community there fears this group and that the people on the outside working to help the Rohingya are not in support of them at all.
On April 4th, 2017. See this statement in context.