asiantribune:Genesis of Bodu Bala Sena

According to Mr. Dilantha Withanage – the lay Execurive Committee member and the Coordinator of Bodu Bala Sena, the Buddhist outfit was launched on 07 May 2012. We have still one more month left for the first anniversary of the organization. Within less than a period of one year, Bodu Bala Sena is today on the top of the world and everything is happening in Sri Lanka because of this Buddhist outfit.

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When Buddhist hands get bloodied: The new numerology of hate in Myanmar

Wrapped in a saffron robe, Buddhist monk Wirathu insists he is a man of peace. Never mind his nine years in prison for inciting deadly violence against Muslims. Never mind the gruesome photos outside his office of Buddhists allegedly massacred by Muslims. Never mind that in the new Myanmar, the man dubbed the “Burmese bin Laden” has emerged as the spiritual leader of a pro-Buddhist fringe movement accused of fueling a bloody campaign of sectarian violence.

All Muslims around the world should take action on Qur’an burning by Myanmar Radical Buddhists

Appealing to world Muslims to take action on the Myanmar Government for failure to control this kind of INSULT on Qur’an and ISLAM.

This is not an INTERNAL AFFAIRS of Myanmar but INSULT on all the Muslims around the world.

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AJE Interview on Rohingya ethnic cleansing

Audio slideshow: Plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya – Interactive – Al Jazeera English

Audio slideshow: Plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya – Interactive – Al Jazeera English.

Analysis: Myanmar’s conflicting narratives

On the same day that his government is accused of ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity, Myanmar President Thein Sein is being honoured at a fund-raising gala dinner in Manhattan, New York.

VIPs have paid as much as $100,000 a table for the event “In Pursuit of Peace”, which was organised by the International Crisis Group think-tank, which receives some congressional funding. US President Barack Obama won’t be there, which is probably just as well, given that Human Right Watch’s new 153-page report is likely to cast a dark shadow over the proceedings.

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