Bad happenings at Bat Nha in Vietnam:

HANOI — Followers of one of the world’s most influential Buddhist monks said on Monday they had fled their Vietnamese monastery after threats from unidentified people armed with hammers and batons.

More than 200 nuns left Bat Nha monastery for a pagoda in Lam Dong province where about 100 monks were staying after leaving Bat Nha a day earlier, said Nguyen Phuoc Loc, who is assisting the evacuees.

All are devotees of Thich Nhat Hanh, a French-based Zen monk, peace activist and confidant of slain US civil rights leader Martin Luther King.

Read the entire article, and see also the website of Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village for more information and to see how you can help.

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