NPR recently reported that famous Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai has condemned the violence in Myanmar by Buddhists against the minority Rohingya muslims, many of whom have since fled to Bangladesh. In her statement, Ms. Yousafzai claims that the Myanmar government has a duty to provide citizenship to the Rohingya Muslims and that this may somehow reduce the violence. However, what is notable is that another Nobel Peace Laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi, has remained mostly silent on this issue. In doing this, she implies agreement that perhaps Muslims may not find the best home in Myanmar. While I believe that this violence is unethical, I also believe that the climate in Myanmar has worsened to the point where perhaps the Rohingya are better off in a Muslim country. I disagree with Ms. Yousafzai, how will citizenship help the hated Rohingya succeed in Myanmar? If anything, citizenship will only make the Buddhists more furious at the Rohingya due to their perceived Islamization of Myanmar.