Myanmar’s Famous Buddhist Monk: All Religions Could Coexist But Muslims Don’t Want To …

Ashin Wirathu is a nationalist Burmese Buddhist monk, and the spiritual leader of the anti-Muslim movement in Burma. He has been falsely accused of conspiring persecution of Muslims through his speeches, although he is a peaceful preacher and appears not to have advocated violence.

Wirathu was born in 1968 near Mandalay. He left school at the age 14 to become a monk. In 2001, he became involved in the 969 Movement. Two years later, in 2003, he was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his sermons,  but was released in 2012 along with many other political prisoners. Since the government reforms of 2011, he has been especially active on YouTube and other forms of social media.

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