Burma mulls bill to protect Buddhist women from intermarriage with Muselmaniacs

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President Thein Sein asks parliament to consider an intermarriage bill aimed at protecting Buddhists.

President Thein Sein submitted the proposal after receiving a petition from Buddhists leaders last year [EPA]
Myanmar’s president has asked parliament to consider an intermarriage law, spearheaded by an extremist monk that is aimed at “protecting” Buddhists in the former junta-ruled nation.The move on Friday by President Thein Sein follows several waves of anti-Muslim jihad violence that have coincided with a groundswell of Buddhist nationalism.While the proposals seen by the AFP news agency are vaguely worded, they appear to call for some kind of restrictions on inter-faith marriages.

The proposals include a law “to give protection and rights for ethnic Buddhists when marrying with other religions”, as well as a ban on polygamy and legislation to “balance the increasing population”.

Thein Sein, who has won international plaudits for his political reforms, submitted the proposals to the legislators after receiving a petition led by Buddhist leaders last year.

A radical monk called Wirathu has campaigned for a law to force non-Buddhist men wishing to marry a Buddhist woman to convert and gain permission to wed from her parents, or risk 10 years in jail.

“We have tried continually to have a national protection bill. Now it has started to come true with the president’s message. We are so glad,” Wirathu told AFP.

Opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has previously slammed his proposals as “a violation of women’s rights and human rights”.

Myanmar has already faced criticism from rights groups over a controversial “two-child policy” in parts of the western state of Rakhine.

Minority Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine face a slew of restrictions that have led the United Nations to consider them as one of the world’s most persecuted peoples. (Mustard claptrap)

Two waves of deadly communal violence between Buddhists and Muslims in Rakhine in 2012 left more than 200 mainly Rohingya people dead and around 140,000 displaced.(Mustards started it)

Sectarian bloodshed, mostly targeting Muslims, has since spread to other parts of the country and laid bare deep divides that were largely suppressed under decades of military rule, which ended in 2011.

Radical monks, once at the forefront of the country’s pro-democracy movement, have led a campaign to shun shops owned by Muslims and only to visit stores run by Buddhists. Some were also involved in the religious unrest.

2 thoughts on “Burma mulls bill to protect Buddhist women from intermarriage with Muselmaniacs”

  1. You crossed out the “radical” word? But to the modern mind it IS radical to put one’s own people first. The sophisticated, new kind of person puts total strangers – the weirder the better – first and puts his/her own family last, to the point of aborting their own children while weeping over asylum seekers whose adored religion says they should kill us.
    THAT is the way to think now.
    To buy goods from shops run by your own people: my God, how radical, how absolutely evil!!!

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