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In Myanmar, a photo of a nun kneeling in front of the police, amid the increasing violence of public power against protesters, resonates in the hearts of people around the world.
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This is a photo released on social media by Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, the chairman of the Myanmar Bishops Church.
A nun kneeling in front of a heavily armed police officer begging for not to use violence. You can also see a nun crying like this with her hands raised.
On the 28th of last month, at least 18 people were killed in Myanmar due to the indiscriminate use of force by the military and police, the worst bloodshed after the coup.
That same day, Sister Ahn Nu Taung went out to the street, and the police said that the police also dropped the gun for her courageous actions.
It is said that the Sister also provided a convent as a shelter for protesters who were chased by the police and helped in emergency care for the injured.
Netizens who saw this responded, “Sister’s courageous actions will be the cornerstone of Myanmar’s democratization.”
(Screen source: Twitter Cardinal Charles Bo)