BANGKOK: Myanmar govt targets 'neo-Na...

BANGKOK: Myanmar govt targets 'neo-Nazi' Buddhist group

There are 2 comments on the Asia News Network story from Apr 8, 2013, titled BANGKOK: Myanmar govt targets 'neo-Nazi' Buddhist group. In it, Asia News Network reports that:

A movement that uses 969 as a symbol of Buddhism and is described as Myanmar's "neo-Nazi group" has come under the microscope in the country for its role in spreading anti-Muslim sentiment.

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Mr Bill

Kunming, China

#1 Apr 9, 2013
I Agree the followings quotes of: there have been complete peace and harmony among Buddhists and Muslims people in Myanmar along the History. However, these recent Propaganda of Anti-Muslims and Killings Muslims in Myanmar were arranged systematically by some few Extremist Monks and evil people from behind. Initially, these monks and their accompanies did Propaganda secretly, but gradually became apparent in public, because the government was not taking actions of stopping it and ignoring it. Thus, these evil movements got larger and got freedom as if they were authorized. To its next step, these people turned into mobs with several arms and started to try kill Muslims in Mid nights times; homes, shops, mosques were put on fires, killing all ages children to pregnant ones, from one city to another. Now arises many clear questions but one of the main questions is: why did the Myanmar government, police and military people ignore and turn back from these murder situations?
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Danielson, CT

#2 Apr 9, 2013
It would be better to ban Islam.

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