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Radical Buddhism: ‘Song to Whip Up Religious Blood’

by | 28th, May 2015

Buddhist nationalists demonstrate against the UN and the return of Rohingya Muslims May 27, 2015 in Yangon, Burma. Radical Buddhist nationalists protest the international pressure on Myanmar to accept the repatriation of persecuted Rohingya boat refugees.
Ashin Wirathu, the leader of Burma’s 969 movement, tells the WaPo article in a story titled The serene-looking Buddhist monk accused of inciting Burma’s sectarian violence: “You can be full of kindness and love, but you cannot sleep next to a mad dog. I am proud to be called a radical Buddhist.”

A catchy pop tune titled “Song

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