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Regarding "West Misses Point - and Lesson - of Buddhist Anti-Muslim Sentiment"

by Visakha Kawasaki, Colombo, Sri Lanka, The Buddhist Channel, March 24, 2015

Imagine my dismay at finding the notorious Islamaphobe and provocateur
Raymond Ibrahim featured on the Buddhist Channel, "justifying" Buddhist violence against Muslims in Burma and southern Thailand (Ref: "West Misses Point - and Lesson - of Buddhist Anti-Muslim Sentiment")



We need Bodhisattvas

by JH Low, Bangkok, Thailand, The Buddhist Channel, Jan 16, 2015

I write with regards to your op-ed "Je suis la parole juste" (I am right speech).


Dharma Voices for Animals

by Bob Isaacson, President of Dharma Voices for Animals, Colombo, May 5, 2014

An excellent and informative article, ”Inland Fisheries and Buddhism,” published on the Buddhist Channel on April 12, 2014, discourages Buddhist participation in raising animals for food at Sri Lanka’s inland fisheries, fishing, and eating animal flesh.  A letter written in reply by NS entitled “Buddha allowed consumption of meat as long as it is not for lust” appeared on the Buddhist Channel website on April 20, 2014, and takes the position that the Buddha approved the raising of fish for food, fishing, and eating fish.


Buddha allowed consumption of meat as long as it is not for lust

by NS, The Buddhist Channel, Sri Lanka, April 20, 2014

I refer to your article "Inland fisheries and Buddhism".


Give us your guidelines Venerable Kwang Sheng

by Aik Theng Chong, Singapore, The Buddhist Channel, March 25, 2014

Puja form a very important practice especially to the Buddhists and more so to the Mahayanists. Be it for the accumulation of merits for a better future life or for the purposes of blessing in this life.


More to commercialization of Buddhism in Singapore

The Buddhist Channel, Singapore, March 17, 2014

We are also regular readers ot Buddhist Channel, and we read with full agreement about "Commercialization of Buddhism in Singapore" written by one of your reader.


A response to "Commercialization of Buddhism in Singapore"

by Kong Meng San PhorKark See Monastery, The Buddhist Channel, Feb 28, 2014

This letter is a response to Poor Singapore Buddhist's recent letter titled “Commercialization of Buddhism in Singapore”.


Commercialization of Buddhism in Singapore

by "Poor Singapore Buddhist", The Buddhist Channel, Singapore, Feb 24, 2014

I write with great regret about issues such as this. Often we hear about bogus monks etc....now commercialisation of Buddha Dharma is very common.


Monks’ titles are honorific

by Jettha Khoo, The Star, Malaysia, Jan 29, 2014

I HAVE often read in the media, The Star included, press statements or comments made by Buddhist monks with their titles such as Chief High Priest of Malaysia and Singapore, Chief Sangha Nayaka of Malaysia and Singapore, and Buddhist Chief Monk of Malaysia and Singapore.


Regarding: David Barash explores science, religion and meaning of life in ‘Buddhist Biology’

by Molly McElroy, University of Washington, Nov 27, 2013

What exactly are we Buddhists supposed to make of the sort of book and comments produced by the likes of David Barash (David Barash explores science, religion and meaning of life in ‘Buddhist Biology’)? Are we expected to take the qualified approval of Buddhism by someone who, despite expertise in some areas of Western science, has no expert knowledge or real experience of Buddhism, as some sort of demonstration that Buddhism is really OK for us westerners?


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