Instead of sitting around the refugee camp waiting for something to happen, Mohib Ullah decided to interview his fellow Rohingya refugees to document the atrocities committed against them by the Burmese military. He met others who wanted to take action as well, so they started the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights which meets daily in Mohib’s tent. Together they have negotiated with the Burmese government, and also helped the Bangladeshi police with security concerns. Unfortunately, this makes him unpopular with religious conservatives within the camp who threaten his life daily. Mohib and his fellow million Rohingya refugees need prayers for safety and continued courage.