Richard S. Ehrlich's article inaccurate, insulting to Thai people

by Thida Jansom, The Buddhist Channel, Nov 1, 2007

I think the news article "Protests of the Burma Buddhists" by Richard S. Ehrlich on Oct 31, 2007" is really offfensive to Thailand and to the Thai people, and it is a subjective article.

I think the editor should consider the values of the news article, whether it is an objective one with references or not or just an expression of the writer's frustration or offensiveness .

What about monks and people of Malaysia, Bangladesh, Nepal or even the Tibetan and other countries? Please revise or evaluate this news article.
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