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Dalai Clique is Chief Criminal of Violent Crimes

June 10, 2008

The People's Daily Online (PR China)
June 7, 2008

The three bombing cases that took place in eastern Tibet's Qamdo
prefecture in April have recently been cracked. All suspects are
Buddhist monks who have been instigated by the Dalai Cliques'
separatist thought. Plots of the attacks echo the 3.14 unrest. The
Dalai clique is the chief criminal of the three bomb attacks.

"Buddhists should believe in clemency. True Buddhists should learn
Buddhist scriptures by heart; love their country and their religion;
abide by the law; and bring happiness to people. They should not
involve themselves in cruel murders and sabotage," said Dainzin
Chilai, vice-chairman of the China Buddhist Association and
vice-chairman of the People's Political Consultative Conference of
the Tibet Autonomous Region. His words are a reminder of the essence
of Buddhism, and criticism to the Dalai clique and the few monks who
are keen on violent attacks.

People's actions are inseparable from their thoughts. The bomb attack
suspects are inspired and instigated by the Dalai clique's
propaganda. Having listened to overseas radio broadcasts for a long
time, they have accepted the Dalai Lama's separatist thoughts. Once
know the happening of the Lhasa incident and the contents of "Tibet
Uprising" planned by the Dalai Lama, they actively cooperated with
the Dalai clique. The three bomb attacks indicate how dangerous the
Dalai Lama's separatism is and therefore demands our attention.

Facts prove again that "Tibet Independence" is unpopular and violent
acts are intolerable. Those who try to undermine social stability
come to no good end; and the separatist activities will never succeed.
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