Thursday, February 16, 2012

ေမတၱာဝါဒီဘာသာဝင္စစ္ရင္ သူတစ္ပါးဘာသာကိုလည္း မေစာ္ကားေလႏွင့္

Christians have been forbidden to build new churches, had religious symbols – such as crosses – removed by the military and food and homes confiscated by officials, according to a Human Rights Watch report.

Recently the country’s military has attacked churches, beating parishioners and arresting religious leaders. In October, the government began requiring residents in Kachin State to submit a written request at least 15 days in advance prior to reading the Bible or praying.

It is unclear if the attacks targeting Christians in the northern state will subside now that President Thein Sein has ordered Burmese troops to cease firing on the Kachin Independence Army (KIA).

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