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“As a Buddhist, I condemn the Burmese government alongside the extremists and I stand with the Rohingya,” exclaim a number of Buddhists

The sickening Rohingya genocide is almost complete as majority have fled Burma.

Don’t judge a whole community by the actions of a few. We hear this time and time again in relation to different communities worldwide. The Muslim community is the biggest victim of this.

Currently, it’s the Buddhist community who is facing the fire as the government, military and local mobs of the Buddhist majority country of Burma been terrorising the Rohingya Muslims.

Here are Buddhists making a stance against the action of the Burmese government and army.

And when Dr. Craig Considine, a Muslim Sociologist tweeted this:

A Buddhist replied with this:

The Dalai Lama made it crystal clear:

So yes, the world should not blame all Buddhists for the evil crimes of the few heartless beings, rather account those who are responsible and not be stereotyping – same goes with Muslims and the minute who have gone to the extremes.

There are bad apples in every basket.

For those who want to help the Rohingya that have been escaping Burma into Banagldesh, please click here.

Written by MCHK

Born in Hong Kong, grew up in Scotland and ethnically Pakistani, Adeel primes himself to be a multicultural individual. With Secondary education from Diocesan Boys' School in Hong Kong combined with Post-Graduate Diploma in Education in English Language, he envisions a bright future for Muslims which he strongly believes can only be done with education.

His hobbies include social media networking about Islam, politics and entertainment. Being a Pakistani, cricket is in the blood as they say, while being a Muslim, the hunger for gaining authentic knowledge, implementing it and spreading it remains his every day endeavors.


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