October 05, 2007

Aung San Suu Kyi says 'No' to talks with Bulldog

From Reuters, Junta rounds up scores more, and

Detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party dismissed a Myanmar junta offer of talks as unreal on Friday, while China said the ruthless suppression of pro-democracy protests did not require international action.

Does the international community agree with China on this?

One City / the Interdependence Project has a post recommending action for Burma.

Danny Fisher points us to Amnesty International's efforts on Burma -- They are organizing demonstrations across the globe. (Danny and Tricycle blogger Jeff Wilson were on the radio in Kingston, Jamaica, and you can listen to the podcast on Danny's blog. Cool!)

Pure Land Etchings has a post on the Jodo (Pure Land) Shu statement about the goings-on in Burma. The statement is up on the Buddhist Channel.

James of the Buddhist Blog has a great post including video smuggled out of Burma.

And killings continue in Thailand's troubled south.

- Philip Ryan, Web Editor

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