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Pope arrives in Myanmar in shadow of Rohingya crisis


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Oh thank god. The Pope will fix things!

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Nominally of the same religion than Birma, this country seem to have only economy leaders.

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Only about 700,000 of Myanmar's 51 million people are Roman Catholic. Thousands of them have travelled by train and bus to Yangon, the country's main city, to catch a glimpse of the pope.

Let's hope they won't be demonised and turfed out, either.

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A religious leader... that do not defend his own kind in embattled Middle East with faithfuls facing extermination... in a place helping whose interest..?

I have a difficult time understanding...

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Amnesty International has dubbed "crimes against humanity" by Myanmar security forces

Amnesty International and USA seem to enjoy accusing non-white countries without evidence.  I hope Pope can help Myanmar.

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Enjoy life, accuse not, be inclusive.

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