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Website article refutes 'Central Tibetan Administration' response

(Xinhua)

08:49, March 30, 2012

BEIJING, March 29 (Xinhua) -- China's major Tibetan website www.tibet.cn released an article Thursday, refuting the response made by the so-called "Central Tibetan Administration" to a commentary published on the website.

Thursday's statement was made by the author of the "Seven Questions to the 14th Dalai Lama", in which the author accused the 14th Dalai Lama of instigating self-immolation and advocating Nazi-style racial segregation ideas.

The following is the full text:

Editor's Note: China Tibet Online published an article entitled "Seven Questions to Dalai Lama" on March, 22, 2012. Under enormous pressure from international media which said that "Dalai Lama's office has made no comments", the so-called "Central Tibetan Administration" (CTA) made an English statement on March 26, 2012. The author of "Seven Questions to the Dalai Lama" issued a response statement.

Statement to statement of "Central Tibetan Administration": author of "Seven Questions to Dalai Lama"

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