A riveting IHT interview with

one of the main organizers of the September protest marches in Myanmar, Ashin Kovida, a 24-year-old Buddhist monk, who escaped to Thailand last week by carrying a false identification card, dying his hair blond and wearing a crucifix.

The failed revolution was organized by a handful of monks in their twenties. Kovida escaped. Others are missing or in hiding.

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