Buddhism succeeds The Best Religion In The World award

The Geneva-based International Coalition for the Advancement of Religious and Spirituality (ICARUS) has confered "The Best Religion in the World" award this year on the Buddhist Community.

This special award was nominated on by an international round table of more than 200 religious leaders from every part of the spiritual band. It was mesmerizing to remind that many religious leaders voted for Buddhism rather than their own religion though Buddhists actually make up a tiny minority of ICARUS membership.

Here are the remarks by four voting members: Director of Research for ICARUS Jonna Hult, alleged "It wasn't a surprise to me that Buddhism won Best Religion in the World, because we can find literally not one single occurrence of a war fought in the name of Buddhism, in disparity to every other religion that seems to keep a gun in the secret just in case God makes a mistake. We were hard pressed to even find a Buddhist that had forever been in an army. These people practise what they moralize to an extent we simply could not document with any other spiritual tradition."

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