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The world’s biggest organisation after UN, OIC Organisation of the
Islamic Conference, are always quick to condemn attacks on Muslims. But
OIC are always silent when Muslims attack non-Muslims – which happens
countless times every day!
“Burmese-Buddhist monk Shin Thawbita who was brutally assaulted and
then burned alive by the Muslim mob in Meikhtilar at about 5 in the
afternoon of March 20 was a devout teacher-monk from Mogaung Monastery
in Hanzar Village of Tharzi Twonship. …
By about 5 they reached Meikhtilar and soon they saw a large mob of angry Muslim Kalars armed with swords and iron rods gathering on both sides of the main road just before the traffic light by Taw Win Nan restaurant. …
Instead of just throwing petrol and acid wholesale from the
cans the Muslim men, women, and even the Muslim children were using
small cups to slowly pour acid and petrol all over his body as if they were committing a communal torture on a completely-innocent but anyway-much-hated Buddhist monk.
Meanwhile the angry Buddhist crowd had followed some fleeing Muslims
intothe nearby mosque and burned the huge Saudi-built mosque down along
with the Muslims inside.
The dead monk was completely naked. The morgue staff was then sewing the gaping head wound back. When they looked close-up they sadly noticed the monk’s genital was completely chopped off (by the Muslims).
(Burmese police has already caught
four Muslims identified by many witnesses as the main culprits in
killing of Monk U Thawbita, and they have now been charged with Act 302 –
First Degree Murder – and the Chief-attorney of Mandalay Division has
already declared that he would ask for death penalty by hanging if the
four Muslims are found guilty as charged.)”
In: World News
Tags: Burma, Myanmar, Buddhism, Buddhist, Muslim, Mobs, Torture, Burning, Alive, Islam, Islamization, Jihad, Meikhtila, Rangoon, Mandalay, Junta
Location: Myanmar (load item map)
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