Nuns defy troops to complete rally

May 2008
Tibetan Review: The Monthly Magazine on all Aspects of Tibet;May2008, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p10
The article reports that the nuns of Ratoe Nunnery have defied a series of obstructions to stage a prayer march for the people who were killed during the recent demonstrations in Tibet, China. It was said that the rally involved 200 nuns and that the prayers they recited included one for long life for the Dalai Lama. The nuns, who kept pushing forth despite being stopped by police and officials, were supported by slogan shouting students as they pass through the public.


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