Sri Lankan HC working against peace in Sri Lanka and the current government

Malaysian Human Rights workers do not want any dictators or War Crime accused to enter the peaceful Malaysia where different group of people live in harmony, they believe that visits and meetings by racists and killers will poison their community.

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksha had been a dictator and is known today as “one working against the Sri Lankan government” and accused of War Crime for ordering his army to kill more than 40,000 Tamil Civilians in May 2009.

He is accused of ordering the killing of more than 1000 LTTE Leaders and their family members who surrendered with White flag after UN negotiated the surrender.

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Former President Rajapaksha was chased out of United Kingdom by Human Rights protesters in London when he was the president and his scheduled lecture in Oxford University was cancelled.

High Commissioner Ibrahim Ansar who is accused of working against the current government and a close associate of former president was seeing off the a well known racist and joint opposition leader Dinesh Gunawardana at the airport when he was attacked. 
The Human Rights members in Malaysia were angry with Ansar as he hosted Racist and War Crime accused former President Rajapaksa and his group who was working against the current government trying to implement a political package for the minority and bring peace in Sri Lanka.

avatar92Sri Lankan envoy in Malaysia who was mobbed by a group of protesters for hosting the War Crime accused Mahinda Rajapaksha to Malaysia. The attack on High Commissioner Ibrahim Ansar yesterday at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport was allegedly carried out by the Human Rights workers and sympathisers of Tamils who were killed in thousands by Rajapaksha government.

It is claimed that the High Commissioner Ibrahim Ansar  had provoked by insulting the protesters who were protesting against the visit of Rajapaksa.

“This is not good for the country, it was an attack against the government,” Rajapaksa said at the airport upon his return from Malaysia. ”I am prepared to face this kind of threats as I finished the decades old terrorist campaign in this country,” Rajapaksa said. Rajapaksa visited Malaysia to attend a conference.

 

 Sri Lankan government yesterday expressed concern over the incident and summoned Malaysia’s High Commissioner here to the ministry of foreign affairs for an explanation on the incident.

United Nations, in a 2011 report that, “the conduct of the war represented a grave assault on the entire regime of international law” and accused the government – and the separatist Tamil Tiger rebels – of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

The UN said up to 40,000 civilians may have died in the last months of the civil war; and possibly up to 70,000, according to a 2012 UN Internal Inquiry. The majority of the killings were attributed to government forces, directly under the control of the President’s much-feared brother, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Sri Lanka’s Defence Secretary.

Most Sinhalese are still in denial about what happened at the end of the war; few human rights reports are translated into the local language and many ordinary people, who have relatives who served in the army, understandably don’t want to know the full extent of the horror.