Monday, September 24, 2007

Monks lead largest Burma protest

This just in from the BBC:

Tens of thousands of monks and civilians around Burma have held the biggest protest marches against the military government yet. Eyewitnesses say up to 100,000 people marched peacefully through Rangoon with monks demanding better living conditions and national reconciliation. The military government has so far showed restraint over the protests. Monks are highly revered in Burma and any move by the junta to crush their demonstrations would spark an outcry.

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  • What would Thomas Merton make of this?

    Were I more pretentious, I'd say something about contemplatio aliis tradere

    By Anonymous Santi, at 5:02 PM, October 03, 2007  

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