Published on Jul 2, 2013
The myth of "Buddhist terror" and the reality of Muslim imperialism; how the west watches Islam waging jihad against Myanmar and blames the victim.
A Burmese Muslim man has been sentenced to 26 years in jail for an attack on a Buddhist woman that led to at least two days of violence in Shan State in May.
Nay Win, 48, was convicted for setting the woman alight at a petrol station.
After the attack, Buddhist youths armed with sticks roamed the streets in the town of Lashio in search of Muslims.
In recent months there have been several clashes between the two communities throughout Burma, but so far only Muslims have been jailed.
In March, at least 43 people - mostly Muslims - died in violence that erupted after an argument at a Muslim-owned shop in the central town of Meiktila.