I have never met a Californian so I don't understand that reference.
If you actually are a Buddhist, you'd know hating any living being is not what the Buddha said. There are countless references to letting go of anger and hatred. Even if that were true, hating Muslims is a very un-Buddhist act.>>43007688
Yes it is. The first of the Five Precepts it to not killed. Ahimsa specifically say not to injure living beings. In self defense, the Buddha said it may be permissible for a country to have an army if there is an aggressive neighbor, and the Dalai Lama said self defense is permissible if it is defensive. But what is being done in Rohiynga clearly violates this. Burning villages, gangrapes, killing civilians. The indiscriminate nature of the crackdown is very obviously outside self defense. Lay people are also bound by the precepts but why are you mentioni them?
I am the one doubting that you are a Buddhist.