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Tibet is a bomb waiting to explode. No amount of dvelopment rheotric or propoganda window dressing by China could conceal the simmering anger in the "Roof of the World".This is not the first time Tibet has erupted.D seething resentment against the Chinese occupation of the Buddhist country this time resulted in a bloddy uprising in which over a hundred people were killed & thousands thrown in2 jail.This may not be d last w have heard on the Tibetan rebellion.D Chinese crackdown on the Buddhist monks in Lhasa and other provinces of Tibet has shocked the world community.Y d world leaders r mut

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Asked by cyrus irani, 12 Apr '08 05:21 pm
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dont as help from balti n log on....
My sympathies r with monks I wish God may help them
Answered by kishore kumar patnaik, 12 Apr '08 06:25 pm

 
  
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China is an economic superpower with over 100 billion dollar trade surplus with the US. As they have tremendous economic clout, and are an emerging superpower capable of challenging the US, the world is cautious in their approach to the problem of Tibet, and are loathe to openly condemn the forced suppression of protests in Tibet. The Tibetans have smartly timed their protests to coincide with the Olympics, and thanks to their non violent protests, have managed to draw world attention and public sympathy.
Hopefully, China will see reason, and settle the matter peacefully through dialogue.
Answered by sankar gm, 13 Apr '08 08:19 am

 
  
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China and its repressive communist regime cannot and will not treat the Tibetian fairly. Their imperialistic tendencies have been a headache for all its neighbours. Xinjiang is another region of China with the same simmering problem as Tibet. It is time the world leader put pressure on China to stop and respect human rights. The boycott of the Oylmpics is the only way that China can mend its ways. Let us all aspire for a free Tibet.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 13 Apr '08 08:35 am

 
  
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