Archive for March 16th, 2012

Reject US Sponsored Resolution – A Response to Jehan Perera

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Dilrook Kannangara Writing to The Island, Jehan Perera says, “use conciliatory diplomacy with US sponsored resolution”. His analysis is flawed on a number of counts. Trying to compare the US sponsored resolution at the UNHRC to a previous incident that isn’t even remotely comparable to the current crisis lays bare one main flaw in the […]

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LTTE leader killed his child copying Magda Goebbels

Friday, March 16th, 2012

– Kumar Moses Magda Goebbels wife of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, out of loyalty towards the cause and to avoid humiliation poisoned six of her children to death. It was eerily similar to the predicament the LTTE leader was in. Although the battle strategies were different, the Sri Lankan army was closing in on […]

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The US involvement in pushing for War Crimes Investigation against Sri Lanka

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Anjalika Silva “”…” A Sri Lankan American registered Democrat voter from Maryland USA To The Honorable Hillary Clinton  Secretary of State Madam Secretary, as a US Citizen of Sri Lankan origin who supported you and contributed to your campaign in 2008, with a steady voting record as a Democrat, I am disappointed and shocked at […]

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Israeli war crimes on Palestinians UN ignored its own reports and resolutions?

Friday, March 16th, 2012

By Latheef Farook  Why does the United Nations remains silent on its own report on Israeli war crimes   on dehumanized and starving Palestinians in Gaza? Where are United States and its UNHCR resolution on Israeli war crimes?  These are questions no one dare ask. Raising such questions means paying heavy price- be it UNHRC Commissioner […]

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One sided Channel 4 film ‘ Killing fields ‘

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Ben Silva Channel 4 footage appear to show dramatised material, with the view of creating an anti Sri Lankan sentiment with viewers. This massively biased video footage has only one objective and this is to harm the image of Sri Lanka, that liberated itself from terrorism, that was funded by sources from the West. The […]

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VILLAGE SKETCH—7 ATHA KOTA: ROBIN HOOD OF GALAGAMULLA

Friday, March 16th, 2012

by Arcadius Atha Kota (Man with Lost Hand) and his five younger sons lived a “primitive” life of hunting and gathering in an idyllic spot called Galagamulla on the foothills of Maligakanda. Kambura, the toddy tapper, was their closest neighbor. No wonder that the two families regaled themselves with a steady supply of toddy so […]

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