Archive for April 13th, 2014

In Understanding Rauf Hakeem and Anti-Islamism in India: Comments on some recent Indian writings

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

By Bandu de Silva The article presented below was written last year just before I went to Australia for a few months and consequently, it remained unpublished. Mr.Hakeem’s forty-page Report given to UNHRC Human Rights Commissioner, Navi Pillai, which has now surfaced in the public domain, has created new interest in what Mr.Hakeem says. It […]

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UK should be declared a ‘Country of Concern’ not Sri Lanka

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

Shenali D Waduge  When the country that had been occupying Sri Lanka, plundering its wealth and advocating policies to exterminate the majority populace and dividing the people continues to harp on inquiries against Sri Lanka and now declares a travel advisory against Sri Lanka, we need to next question exactly how safe Britain is. Having […]

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Botched up ‘OPERATION PRABHAKARAN’ triggers off ‘OPERATION SURROGATE’

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

Vijitha Tennekoon Courtesy The Daily News In 2005, when the Rajapaksa government was elected to power, a small coterie of the International community(SCIC) had, through the vehicle of Tamil Nationalism (powered by motors of terrorism), through Wickremesinghe’s CFA, through Kumaranatunga’s PTOM, then again through Kumaranatunga’s Norwegian funded Sudu Nelum ‘Kolama’, and through the Foundations and […]

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Hypocrisy on human rights is astounding

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

George Rupesinghe Sydney, Australia Where is the sound and the fury from the vocal human rights campaigners to the travesty of justice in Egypt where 529 people have been sentenced to death after a two-day trial and without any opportunity to defend themselves? And where Australian journalist Peter Greste is being put through a farcical […]

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A Matter of Huffing And Puffing To No Avail As Nothing Of Any Worth Towards Realities Is Likely To Come Out Of It If Sri Lanka Stands Her Ground!

Sunday, April 13th, 2014

Insight By Sunil Kumar April 15th. 2014 Sri Lanka in the aftermath of the UNHCR Summit in Geneva with respect to the passing of US led resolution for an international investigation into human rights violations during the Tamil Tiger insurgency passed by simple majority albeit the requirement of a two third majority in the opinion of […]

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