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Thay Huyen Dieu

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The International Buddhist Federation

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www.asia-religion.com

I, Thay Huyen Dieu, Chairman and Founder of Viet Nam Phat Quoc Tu in Lumbini, the first international monastery built in the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Chairman of the International Buddhist Federation, I urgently and ardently call on the warring parties to stop fighting, to put an end to every thought and act of violence and hate in any form, and to sit down with one another and talk about how soon to bring peace back to this land of Nepal.
Thay Huyen Dieu "Five and a half years ago I found so much jungle that it made me weep," said Thay Huyen Dieu, a Vietnamese scholar who is building a monastery here. Thay Huyen Dieu, president of the International Buddhist Federation, has written to King Gyanendra and leaders of Nepal's political parties, asking them to meditate for peace at Lumbini, which is famed as the birthplace of the Buddha. "I do hereby sincerely and respectfully invite his Majesty the King, the prime minister, leaders and members of all political parties in Nepal to come to Lumbini for starting the process of true peace," Thay has said in his letter, a newspaper reported today. The monk, who is in Kathmandu, has also asked the Maoists to pray at the hallowed site. "You will get miracles," he said, according to the Kathmandu Post daily. Thay, who himself comes from a country once torn by conflict, said the Vietnamese, a majority of who are Buddhists, were concerned at the escalation of violence in the Buddha's birthplace. "You are very lucky to have Lumbini," he was quoted as saying Monday.


www.vietnamphatquoctu.net [cached]

I, Thay Huyen Dieu, Chairman and Founder of Viet Nam Phat Quoc Tu in Lumbini, the first international monastery built in the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Chairman of the International Buddhist Federation, I urgently and ardently call on the warring parties to stop fighting, to put an end to every thought and act of violence and hate in any form, and to sit down with one another and talk about how soon to bring peace back to this land of Nepal.
"Five and a half years ago I found so much jungle that it made me weep," said Thay Huyen Dieu, a Vietnamese scholar who is building a monastery here. Thay Huyen Dieu, president of the International Buddhist Federation, has written to King Gyanendra and leaders of Nepal's political parties, asking them to meditate for peace at Lumbini, which is famed as the birthplace of the Buddha. "I do hereby sincerely and respectfully invite his Majesty the King, the prime minister, leaders and members of all political parties in Nepal to come to Lumbini for starting the process of true peace," Thay has said in his letter, a newspaper reported today. The monk, who is in Kathmandu, has also asked the Maoists to pray at the hallowed site. "You will get miracles," he said, according to the Kathmandu Post daily. Thay, who himself comes from a country once torn by conflict, said the Vietnamese, a majority of who are Buddhists, were concerned at the escalation of violence in the Buddha's birthplace. "You are very lucky to have Lumbini," he was quoted as saying Monday.


www.asia-religion.net

I, Thay Huyen Dieu, Chairman and Founder of Viet Nam Phat Quoc Tu in Lumbini, the first international monastery built in the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, Chairman of the International Buddhist Federation, I urgently and ardently call on the warring parties to stop fighting, to put an end to every thought and act of violence and hate in any form, and to sit down with one another and talk about how soon to bring peace back to this land of Nepal. Thay Huyen Dieu"Five and a half years ago I found so much jungle that it made me weep," said Thay Huyen Dieu, a Vietnamese scholar who is building a monastery here.Thay Huyen Dieu, president of the International Buddhist Federation, has written to King Gyanendra and leaders of Nepal's political parties, asking them to meditate for peace at Lumbini, which is famed as the birthplace of the Buddha."I do hereby sincerely and respectfully invite his Majesty the King, the prime minister, leaders and members of all political parties in Nepal to come to Lumbini for starting the process of true peace," Thay has said in his letter, a newspaper reported today.The monk, who is in Kathmandu, has also asked the Maoists to pray at the hallowed site."You will get miracles," he said, according to the Kathmandu Post daily. Thay, who himself comes from a country once torn by conflict, said the Vietnamese, a majority of who are Buddhists, were concerned at the escalation of violence in the Buddha's birthplace."You are very lucky to have Lumbini," he was quoted as saying Monday.


www.southasiamonitor.org [cached]

Thay Huyen Dieu, president of the International Buddhist Federation who has been living in Lumbini for over 10 years, intends to hold a World Peace Conference in Lumbini after the three-day World Buddhist Summit there starting Tuesday (Nov 30).Thay, who founded the Vietnam Phat Quoc monastery in Lumbini, says he is a survivor of the war in Vietnam that killed thousands. "For decades we fought a war that only ruined us," he said in Kathmandu Sunday while making an appeal for peace in Nepal."I request all Nepalese to stop the war and join hands for peace."Calling Nepal a unique country by virtue of being the birthplace of the Buddha, Thay said he had witnessed several miracles in Lumbini, where the founder of Buddhism was born.


www.buddhistview.com [cached]

Thay Huyen Dieu, president of the International Buddhist Federation, has written to King Gyanendra and leaders of Nepal's political parties, asking them to meditate for peace at Lumbini, which is famed as the birthplace of the Buddha.
"I do hereby sincerely and respectfully invite his Majesty the King, the prime minister, leaders and members of all political parties in Nepal to come to Lumbini for starting the process of true peace," Thay has said in his letter, a newspaper reported today. The monk, who is in Kathmandu, has also asked the Maoists to pray at the hallowed site. "You will get miracles," he said, according to the Kathmandu Post daily. Thay, who himself comes from a country once torn by conflict, said the Vietnamese, a majority of who are Buddhists, were concerned at the escalation of violence in the Buddha's birthplace. "You are very lucky to have Lumbini," he was quoted as saying Monday.


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