May/June 2008 in brief
Reports are coming through that:
Agents of the Dalai Lama are trying to destroy Palgyeling Monastery in Nepal.
Mobs supportive of the Dalai Lama’s ban burnt down the house and hotel of Tenzing Choegyal (Zongkar Choede) in New Delhi last Thursday.
A doctor who was helping Dorje Shugden practitioners was attacked yesterday at a clinic in a Tibetan settlement (Ooti) that was giving out medicines for tuberculosis.
The Dalai Lama’s sister Pema is in Paris starting the forced signature campaign of Tibetans in France.
The forced signature campaign is being arranged for Madison, US, in July 2008.
Meanwhile, the Dalai Lama has been in England talking about tolerance, religious harmony and the need for dialog with one’s enemies. He has still refused every single request to discuss the unlawful ban on the worship of Dorje Shugden.