Should China recognize the Dalai Lama as its religious leader?

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  • A National Religious Leader is a bane to national security!

    Based upon other countries usage of a religious leader as a member of the national landscape, power is irrevocably removed from the political leaders and placed in the hands of a person who may not represent the interests of the general public and has an ability to impose strict rules on a general public. This situation has been seen in Iran with the powers of the Ayatollah and the imposing of Sharia law on the citizens. The Dalai Lama is an important figure and teaches great philosophical beliefs but has no place as the singular national religious leader.

  • Dalai Lama is a spiritual leader, Yes

    Dalai Lama is a spiritual leader for Tibetans only but not for the whole China.
    We know that there are many religious beliefs in China from very memorable time. We know also that Boudhism is one of those creeds and the Lamas are boudhitss monks .
    Dalai Lama should agree to stay a religious leader in Tibet , for Tibetans boudhists

  • No, They Should Not

    China should not recognize the Dalai Lama as its religious leader. It would be better to simply have them recognize Tibet as its own nation, and then Tibet can say what they please about the Dalai Lama. China has enough problems and does not need to make a state religious leader.

  • No, But They Should Recognize Him For The Sake Of Tibet

    China is a communist country, and it follows no religion at all. The strand of Buddhism practiced by the Dalai Lama is also not practiced by a good number of Chinese people. However, China should recognize the Dalai Lama as the leader of Tibet. They also should give Tibet the right of self determination, too.

    Posted by: rpr

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