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Sunday, 18 March 2012





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Side shows in Geneva:

NGO activists’ true intentions exposed

At a ‘side event’ organised by the US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), Pakiasothy Saravanamuttu, Sunila Abeysekara and Nimalka Fernando, Sri Lankan NGO activists, raised a number of issues pertaining to the human rights situation in Sri Lanka and the issue of the 18th Amendment to the Constitution. The side event was held against the backdrop of the 19th sessions of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.

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Miliband’s campaign: Blind to the truth and bedding falsehoods

Historians give credit to the British for creating most of the internal conflicts in countries which were under British colonial rule (Ex: Rhodesia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka). A most apparent case study would be the British Labour Party’s decision to move from the Tories’ policy of humanitarian relief in Yugoslavia to threaten, then actual, aggression against the Serbs.

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Let’s protect the President and war heroes

Is rescuing thousands of trapped Tamil civilians including women and children and restoring their freedom a violation of human rights? We saw on television how the LTTE shot dead innocent Tamils who tried to flee to army held areas during the final phase of the war. They were held hostage and at the first opportunity thousands were seen crossing the lagoon carrying children and their meagre belongings into the army controlled areas.

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