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Myanmar unrest leaves 'more than 80 dead'

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Ringo S., Jul 28, 2012.


  1. Ringo S.

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    #1 Ringo S., Jul 28, 2012
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  2. Cavalry Doc

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    Well, you have to realize, to a muslim, it's not rape if you are having sex with an infidel woman against her will. Even if you have to beat her to death to have intercourse with her.
     

  3. Ringo S.

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    I know! And we have to respect cultural traditions of all kinds.
    i just have difficulties to chose right side in this particular situation and not to be offensive to any cultural traditions...:cool:
     
  4. JFrame

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    The conflict seems to be as much ethnic as it is religious -- but I have to admit that the thought above also occurred to me. You're going a ways when you're able to inflame a bunch of Buddhists to deadly violence.


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    'unrest' is such a gentle word ....:shocked:

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    Sad, but that the news of this has reached us is a sign of how much more liberalized Burma over the last 3 years has become.