CultureSeparated by violence, Muslims and Buddhists seek to be reunited in MyanmarBy Pai Soe | February 26, 2015 More More on Culture Subscribe to Culture A view of Chanaye Tharyar Quarter in Meikthila. Buddhists and Muslims in Meiktila, Myanmar, were separated along faith lines after interreligious violence destroyed roughly 800 homes in 2013. Now residents have petitioned the government to allow them to reintegrate as before. Photo courtesy of Aung HtayActive RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.YANGON, Myanmar (RNS) Buddhists and Muslims in the central city of Meiktila were separated along faith lines after interreligious violence destroyed roughly 800 homes in 2013. Some remain skeptical about the neighbors' prospects for peace.