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Eight dead bodies have been brought into Ngaba Kirti Monastery according to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. The bodies were brought in from...
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namgyall  

Location: toronto
Subject: BIASED MEDIA
Mar 18 2008 10:51 PM

Why the BBC and other media is showing only events of a Tibetan boy -who is seen yieling a Knife on the street of Lhasa. Why they don't show the Photographs available in this website. It is very disgusting and disgraceful. We all in the civilised world know that His Holiness the Dalai Lama has nothing to do with this knife yeiling boy or any violent protests in Tibet. In fact, His Holiness has been threatening His resignation if Tibetan people choose to use violent path to exxpress their resentment and anguish of continued genocide policy of the Communist Regime in Beijing. So far Tibetan people have chosen a non-violent path only because of teachings and guidance of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. It is not due to lack of bravery or courage.
wangchentsang  

Location: London
Subject: Footages needed Urgently!
Mar 17 2008 01:41 AM

hi all i am making a documentary about life under chinese occupation in Tibet Which is due to transmit in the Uk in the next few months, we wish to include the events of the this week protest in all over Tibet so are desperately looking for any footage or stills if you have any or know someone who does please contact me at blondebob2@yahoo.ca

Thank you
Tash
pedhma  

Location: Wisconsn...USA
Subject: "Ngaba Kriti deats...
Mar 16 2008 09:37 PM

My solmn prayers for my fallen brothers and, or sisters under the Chinese brutality.We'll not be quiet about it.To world communities,Tibetans die because you chose to lie along with the Chinese.Shame on world communities.You side Chinese and Tibetans continue to die every day.Support the Dalai Lama.Bring the Chinese to dilogue with His Holiness!!
dreamingtibet  

Location: New York City
Subject: unbiased media exposure to BBC and CNN
Mar 16 2008 08:05 PM

Please wire these incidents to BBC and CNN. The international media is only seeing the exposure from CCTV. In order for the world to judge they need to see the reality with documentation.

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