Last week, Myanmar (Burmese) government banned an article published in the TIME magazine in its July 1 issue. The article, entitled ‘The Face of Buddhist Terror’ is authored by Hannah Bee. The TIME magazine is owned by a Zionist Jewish family.
Yesterday, hundreds of monks and Burmese Buddhists staged a protest against the TIME magazine in central Rangoon. Country’s President Thein Sein lashed out at the magazine for fueling more religious violence in the Buddhist majority nation. Sein also defended Buddhist warlord monk Wirathu, whom Hannah Bee had called “Nazi-like leader of the government sanctioned ‘969’ movement in Burma and the ringleader in the ethnic cleansing of Muslim people there” in the article.
“Buddhist monks, also known as Sanghas, are noble people who keep the 277 precepts or moral rules, and strive peacefully for the prosperity of Buddhism,” claimed the President.
Israeli historian, professor Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi in book ‘The Israeli Connection: Who Israel Arms and Why’, wrote that Israeli finger-prints could be found in every conflict involving Muslims. Iranian artists have illustrated Beit-Hallahmi’s message concerning Myanmar in cartoons. Watch some of the cartoons here.
Arakan region (Myanmar) was home to 800,000 Rohingya Muslims before the military rule. Since then, tens of thousands of them murdered by Buddhist extremists and over 200,000 made refugees.
“The so called peace-loving Buddhists have demonstrated that they can be more violent and gruesome than the worst murderers of history. Surely Buddha must be writhing with pain and agony in his grave as his disciples are ignoring his lessons of harmony and peaceful coexistence, having turned to brutish beasts in Burma,” says Capt. S.M. Hali.
On March 1, 2000, Jane’s Intelligence Review, claimed that Burmese military, intelligence and internal security forces were trained by Israeli Mossad. Israeli finger-prints were exposed by Mark Mason, an American political commentator and human rights activist from San Francisco in April 2013. “Rohingya Muslims grapple with Israeli-style repression,” said Mark Mason.
The visit of Burmese Prime Minister U Nu in 1955 made the ‘Israel’s dream’ come true. As a gesture of friendship, Israel sold British-made WW II Spitfires to Burma (Mayanmar). In October 1959, Israeli President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi paid official visit to Burma. In December 1961, David Ben Gurion went to meet U Ne and to learn Buddhism.
On April 22, 2013, the US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) in its report claimed that Burmese security forces organized and stood guard over Buddhist attacks on Muslim settlements before burying scores of bodies, some with their hands tied behind their backs, in mass graves.
In May 2013, Physicians for Human Rights, issued its report on Buddhist terrorism in the town of Meiktila, in which Muslim students, teachers, and residents were targeted. The Buddhist thugs murdered 20 children and four teachers.