South Asian countries must unite to solve the huge problems in their countries.
Buddhism is at the bottom of the conflict of more than six decades in Sri Lanka.
CEYLON : A DIVIDED NATION, B H Farmer(1963): ''The truth is simply that nobody unacceptable to the present Sinhalese Buddhist nationalism has any chance of constitutional power in contemporary Ceylon.''
’ 'Chandra R. de Silva impliesthat Buddhist monastic opposition to a non-unitary state has contributed to theconflict. He appreciates the reasons for this, but pleads for a system ofmonastic education that would expose monks to other religions and cultures. ….one of the most complex and intractable conflicts in the world’’, Dr Elizabeth Harris(Liverpool Hope University),Review(2007) of Buddhism, Conflict and Violence in Modern Sri Lanka(2006)
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