As the peaceful protests spread to all cities and large towns since three days ago, there were no clashes in these towns except MyitKyiNa. I heard, military troops entered the monasteries and beat the monks in Myitkyina Yesterday. When the monks fall down, all monks were arrested. It happened the same thing at Yangon last night. The troops entered the monastery at south OkeKaLar, beat up the monks and arrested them. In yesterday clashes, most of the people arrested were monks too. I wish this movement goes on successfully in all towns and Yangon until SPDC fall down.
By the way, as I cannot access Blogger website anymore and my blog banned here, I added a blogger friend of mine, Ancient Ghost, to my blog as a contributor.
Update news from Ancient Ghost:
This morning, I read news from The Australian News, and BBC that security forces raided several Buddhist monasteries and arrested hundreds of monks. They arrested Up to 500 monks from the Mogaung monastery in Yankin Township and another 150 detained at the Ngwe Kyaryan monastery in South Okkalapa Township. Since curfew has been imposed, I remebered the midnight violence liked 1990's. Now the Conditions are worse than my imagination.