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The Blunt truth of Christanity …

CHRISTIAN FANATICISM IN SRI LANKA By Meredith De Silva source link: The arrival of Christianity to Sri Lanka was marked by violence and bloodshed. In contrast to Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam, which arrived on the island in a peaceful manner, Christianity arrived with sword in hand. The native Buddhists and Hindus were slaughtered, their temples destroyed and looted, and their priests killed – all in the name of Jesus Christ. For close to 500 year … Read More

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  1. Leonard Pinto
    August 6, 2013 at 2:52 am

    This is not true. This is pure Buddhist propaganda to justify their hegemony and intimidation of minorities. Christianity was not spread by sword as Islam in then Christian North Africa and the Middle east (eg. Turkey=Constantinople). In Christianity, it is forbidden to convert anybody against his/her freedom. The blood shed was because a Sinhalese king Buvenakabahu VI of Kotte who requested military aid from the Portuguese army to defend his kingdom or fight against the threats of his brother King Mayadunne of Sitawaka. There were many occasions when missionaries complained to Portugal on the atrocities of Portuguese soldiers. Refer Queroz.

    Why do you want to blote up the negative and rare events in history and create social unrest today? Remember, King Rajasinghe I killed Buddhist monks, who insisted that he cannot be forgiven for killing his father Mayadunne. King Senarath commited incest and poisoned his step-son. We don’t want to blote up these. Don’t we? Hitler glorified Aryan race and killed millions as the Sinhalese are obsessed today with their race and religion. In the name of Buddhism, you want to create riots, loot, rape and kill minorities. This is how you want to sprad Buddhism that came in a peaceful manner!

    This is not responsible history. You need to interpret history in the context, style and the paradigm of the time over 500 years agi. Read W.I. Siriweera Emeritus Professor of History of Peradeniya University for some enlightenment.

    • August 12, 2013 at 10:48 pm

      Yawn ..2000 Years of History of Jesus cult is available online..Read the filth

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