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The Dalai Continues to Gang Himself Aglee of His Own Dharma Protector

Source: www.pri.org

The above referenced article is pretty fair and balanced, and will be of interest in its entirety to all those who are mystified by why few Asians like the Dalai Lama. 500 more words

Sadhana

The making of a Shugden hub in the United States

By Thierry Dodin / TIN

In early October 2014, followers of the Dorje Shugden cult dedicated a monastery in the United States, which they plan as their major American hub. 588 more words

Buddhism

New website about the Shugden Controversy and the Shugden / Anti-Dalai Lama protests

There is a new website totally dedicated to the Shugden Controversy and the Shugden / Anti-Dalai Lama protests that contains information, clarifications and refutations of the key claims of the campaigning Western Shugden group (NKT/ICS). 16 more words

New Kadampa Tradition

'A lesson for the Dalai Lama'?

An interesting article has appeared in OpenDemocracy titled ‘A lesson for the Dalai Lama’ by Johannes Nugroho. It summarises and analysis some of the issues in Tibetan Buddhism about the so-called Dorje Shugden controversy. 364 more words

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Dorje Shugden worship has not been banned

GUEST POST by Ani Tsultrim

The Buddhist monk, Tenzin Peljor, on his blog, “Tibetan Buddhism: Struggling with Difficult Issues:” writes:

Over the past two decades and, more recently during his tour of the US, the International Shugden Community (the latest New Kadampa Tradition “front organization” and its political wing) have protested against the Dalai Lama’s decision to “ban” the worship of the gyalpo Shugden.

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Protests by the International Shugden Community (ISC) Against the Dalai Lama—Is There Any Truth in Them?

Here are some facts:

  1. The International Shugden Community (ISC) protesters claim that there is “overwhelming evidence” that Shugden worshippers are being persecuted by the Dalai Lama and his followers and that human rights violations abound.
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