- n. Plural form of immolation.
“An anonymous letter from an exiled Tibetan from Aba, also known as Ngaba, and released by the International Campaign said that more than 100 monks and other locals have disappeared and that the immolations were a response to the repressive conditions.”
“Some self-immolations have been reported in Algeria.”
“A string of self immolations have been reported in countries including Egypt, Algeria and Morocco since an unemployed university graduate in Tunisia set himself on fire in December.”
“He later died, and his desperate act sparked copycat self-immolations in the Arab world, including in Algeria, where about 10 people set themselves ablaze, at least two of them dying.”
“The immolations have again spurred calls for talks with Beijing by supporters of the Dalai Lama, who are struggling to find a way to keep the Tibetan movement unified after he dies.”
“We do not encourage any form of protest inside Tibet because we know the consequences," he said, adding that the "repressive policies of the Chinese" were the root cause of the immolations.”
“China has repeatedly blamed the India-based Tibetan administration for inciting immolations in the region, something exiled Tibetans have denied.”
“The immolations show the limitations of what the government-in-exile can do to support those living in Chinese-controlled Tibet.”
“Self-immolations across north Africa follow suicide in Tunisia”
“There have been a string of reported self immolations - in Algeria, Sudan, Yemen and Morocco.”
Looking for tweets for immolations.