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Mạng Lưới Nhân Quyền Việt Nam (Vietnam Human Rights Network) xin mọi người ký tên vào Petition phản đối vụ đâp phá, cướp đoạt chùa Liên Trì.

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 Cần ít nhất 5000 chữ ký để gởi đến Ủy Ban Nhân Quyền của Liên Hiệp Quốc (United Nations Human Rights Council), hiện mới có khoảng trên 2700.

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Petition in protest of the forced expropriation of Lien Tri Pagoda, Vietnam

 

 

 




Petition in protest of the forced expropriation of Lien Tri Pagoda, Vietnam
On September 8th, 2016, Buddhist monks of Lien Tri Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City were forcibly evicted by the autho...

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Petition in protest of the forced expropriation of Lien Tri Pagoda, Vietnam

Vietnam Human Rights Network

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On September 8th, 2016, Buddhist monks of Lien Tri Pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City were forcibly evicted by the authorities in preparation for the demolition of the structure, allegedly for urban development purposes.

The demolition of Lien Tri Pagoda and the eviction of the monks marked the culmination of a prolonged and tense period of harassment by the authorities of the pagoda’s occupants and of its worshippers.

During the clearance, police forcibly blocked supporters from entering the site as they attempted to join the monks’ protest against the eviction. The pagoda’s resident abbot, Most Venerable Thich Khong Tanh, had to be hospitalized due to nervous shock and exhaustion.

Lien Tri Pagoda represents an important place of worship for Buddhists over seven decades, and also serves as a key centre for social and charity activities by the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam. The move against Lien Tri Pagoda involved hundreds of security personnel was a clear sign of Vietnam authorities’ continued repression against freedom of religion in general and against the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam in particular.

Here is the news link: http://www.rfa.org/english/news/vietnam/vietnamese-authorities-demolish-buddhist-pagoda-in-ho-chi-minh-city-09122016162048.html

The September 8th planned demolition of Lien Tri Pagoda and the forced eviction of monks have been unequivocally denounced and condemned by many Vietnamese civil society organizations in Vietnam and in the Diaspora through this Statement  http://www.vietnamhumanrights.net/website/160911_VNHRN.htm

Please sign this petition now to urge the United Nations Human Rights Council to press Vietnam to immediately stop its current violations of freedom of religion as evidenced against Lien Tri Pagoda. Specifically, the pagoda and its land are to be returned to the Most Venerable Thich Khong Tanh and his followers, and appropriate compensation for damages is to be paid.

This petition will be delivered to:

United Nations Human Rights Council
International Buddhist Confederation
United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion Mr. Heiner Bielefeldt
President of Vietnam Tran Dai Quang
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- United Nations Human Rights Council
 
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