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 Buddhism summit wraps up with plea against war in Iraq  New window
 Buddhist clerics called on U.S. President George W. Bush not to wage war against Iraq as they wrapped up a three-day international meeting. (December 7, 2002)
 Buddhist News Network  New window
 A Buddhist News Network established by Upakara Kalyana Mitta Buddhist Association (UKMBA), as a platform for news relevant to all Buddhists.
 Celebrity Buddhist priest convicted of forgery  New window
 Temple head and TV personality Mudo Oda was dealt a suspended prison sentence Thursday after a court found him guilty of fraudulently attempting to take over a religious organization. (February 20, 2003)
 Death Threats to the Dalai Lama  New window
 Not stricly a news story and a bit out of date now. Offers a response to accusations of death threats being related to the New Kadampa movement. (November 25, 2002)
 Fourteen letters discovered in Nagoya attributed to founder of major Zen sect  New window
 Fourteen letters discovered at a temple in Nagoya (Japan) last year were written by Eisai a group of researchers said Wednesday. Eisai was the founder of the Japanese Rinzai Zen Buddhist sect. (February 13, 2003)
 Shutting its doors on the Dalai Lama  New window
 The UN's Millenium peace summit of spiritual leaders. World Tibet Network News story. (July 20, 2000)
 Suite 101: Buddhism  New window
 Articles and discussion of Buddhism.
 To rebuild paradise: The Afghan Buddhas  New window
 Afghan sculptor Amanulah Haiderzad returned to Bamiyan from New York to oversee the reconstruction of the Buddha statues, at the Karzai government's request. (April 18, 2002)
 Tricycle: Asleep at the Wheel  New window
 Criticizes Tricycle, Buddhism’s leading magazine and the face of the religion to outsiders, to fact check its articles.

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