Ethnic Unrest Threatens Fragile Refor...

Ethnic Unrest Threatens Fragile Reforms in Burma

There are 1 comment on the Time story from Oct 26, 2012, titled Ethnic Unrest Threatens Fragile Reforms in Burma. In it, Time reports that:

Myanmar Buddhist monks hold a banner as they take part in a demonstration against the Organisation of the Islamic Conference in Yangon on Oct.

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#1 Oct 26, 2012
Stuff Hannah Beech!
We are fed up with ignorant Western journalists like you. It is NOT Eyhnic strife. It is purely a case of native Buddhist Burmese/Myammars fighting off illegal Bengali immigrants muderous terrorist colonialists.
Stop giving the world a wrong impression.
Two separate issues. Reforms are internal and going ahead. Nothing to do with Bengali muslim immigrants, who are an immigration issue.
They are external threats to Burmese sovereignty and identity.
Get it?

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