Friday, 22 June 2018

Myanmar monks call for Ooredoo boycott

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 09 June 14

Radical Buddhist monks reportedly condemn government for issuing mobile licence to a telco from a Muslim country.

A group of Buddhist monks in Myanmar has called for a boycott of Ooredoo because it is based in a Muslim country. The AFP reported on Friday that extremist monks are mobilising to restrict religious freedom and discourage citizens from making use of Muslim…

A group of Buddhist monks in Myanmar has called for a boycott of Ooredoo because it is based in a Muslim country. The AFP reported on Friday that extremist monks are mobilising to restrict religious freedom and discourage citizens from making use of Muslim…

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