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World Buddhist Sangha Council wants UN to restrain Myanmar

The Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka), October 25, 2007

Colombo, Sri Lanka -- The World Buddhist Sangha Council and the international organization of Buddhist monks have appealed to the UN to take immediate action to compel the Myanmar government to exercise restraint and stop them killing, torturing and detaining innocent monks as well as civilian protesters.


Supreme Buddhist Council of America and Canada Appeals for a Peaceful and Harmonious Society in Burma

by Daya Gamage, Asian Tribune, Oct 22, 2007

Washington, D.C., USA -- The Supreme Buddhist Council of America and Canada is appealing to the military leaders of Myanmar, formerly Burma, to bring a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere in the country in keeping with noble Buddhist principles.


Thich Nhat Hanh on Burma

Source: YouTube, The Buddhist Channel, Oct 20, 2007


Thich Nhat Hanh and Jack Kornfield issues statement of support to Burmese monks

The Buddhist Channel, Oct 13, 2007

Los Angeles, USA -- On Oct 5, nearly 2000 Buddhists and psychologists gathered for a UCLA sponsored conference on Eastern and Western Psychology.


Burma Unrest: Can Internet, Blogs Sustain the Saffron Revolution?

by Mark Glaser, MediaShift, Oct 8, 2007

Chicago, USA -- When the ruling military junta in Burma cracked down on protesters, killing unarmed Buddhist monks, the world was watching.


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