Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide and the failure of UN

Written in World Issues: 12/11/12, 12:11:10 by jonathan  | Print article  | View all categories. Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide and the failure of UN and IC to Protect [Tuesday, 16 March 2010 18:27] Human Rights Articles, NewsThe UN have been playing a very dangerous game with Sri -Lanka in not addressing the Tamil Genocide, War Crimes and Real causes of the conflict – which is Race Hate. The UN and IC have been avoiding to label the Tamil conflict as Genocide so as to avoid their mandatory obligation (and failed) responsibility to…

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Are the war affected represented?

Hundreds of family members of those who had disappeared gathered in Colombo to commemorate International Day of the Disappeared on August 30. The issue of the disappeared has once again become a hot topic in the recent times thanks to the moves to establish an Office on Missing Persons (OMP). This move as usual has evoked mixed responses from the government and the opposition. The issue of enforced disappearances was a matter of great concern during the final stages of the war. When the war was at its final stages…

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“We have learned. The United Nations, I am not talking about you”

UN’s Apollonian Speech at BMICH Colombo Mr Ban Ki Mun’s speech at the Bandaranayake International Memorial Conference Hall (BMICH) in Colombo to citizens of the South of Sri-Lanka showed that he has revived his Eastern wisdom. He tactfully told the audience that Sri-Lanka was responsible for part of the war crimes that was committed by the Sinhala people in the past. The crimes against the minorities reached the zenith under Mr Mahinda Rajapakse and lay defence secretary Gothabaya Rajapakse his brother. Plenty of reports worldwide, particularly award winning journalist Mr…

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Malaysia warns of action against Tamil sympathisers

PM on Malaysia: Attackers not Sri Lankans they are members of political party called ”Naam Thamilar” Sri Lankan HC working against peace in Sri Lanka and the current government ‘Mahinda Rajapaksa Is A Sinhalese Extremist’ – Lee Kuan Yew … Malaysian police, which arrested five persons allegedly linked to the Naam Thamilar political party for assaulting the Sri Lankan envoy here, has warned of action against sympathisers of the banned group LTTE. “I want to remind these groups that they are supporting a group which is banned by the United Nations.…

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PM on Malaysia: Attackers not Sri Lankans they are members of political party called ”Naam Thamilar”

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Condemning the assault on Sri Lankan High Commissioner in Malaysia Ibrahim Ansar, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said in Parliament today it was Malaysian Tamils of Indian origin responsible for the incident. Making his remarks in response to a question by Joint Opposition’s Parliamentary group leader Dinesh Gunawardane, the Prime Minister said perpetrators were not Sri Lankans by any means. He said those persons were members linked to a South India based political party called Naam Thamilar. He said that this party, lobbied internationally to refer Sri Lanka to an international…

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Bribery Commission Arrests Avant Garde Chairman Nissanka Senadhipathi And Maj. Gen. Palitha Fernando

Avant Garde Maritime Security Limited Chairman Nissanka Senadhipathi and Major General Palitha Fernando was arrested today by the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery and Corruption. Avant Garde boss Nissanka Senadhipathi with former Defence Secretary Gotabaya They were arrested after they arrived at the Commission to record a statement. Last week, the Commission filed a case at the Colombo Magistrate Court against former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Avante Garde Chairman Nissanka Senadhipathi on charges of corruption under the Bribery Act. As per the charges by the Bribery Commission, eight…

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Building More Viharas In The North-East Will Negate Reconciliation Efforts

By Veluppillai Thangavelu – Veluppillai Thangavelu On August 23, 2016 the Northern Provincial Council (NPC) passed a resolution during the 56th sitting unanimously condemning the building of a Buddhist vihara by Sri Lankan troops on land belonging to a Hindu temple in Kilinochchi. The resolution was moved by NPC member Subramaniam Pasupathipillai. “The Kanakambikai Amman Temple has historical importance,” said Mr Pasupathipillai “The military has occupied the house of the Gurukkal located inside the temple premises and approximately 4.5 acres of land. They are now constructing unlawfully a Buddhist vihara…

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Sri Lankan envoy assault case an isolated incident, says Home Ministry

KUALA LUMPUR: The assault against Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Malaysia Ibrahim Sahib Ansar at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) on Sunday, was an isolated incident triggered by political conflicts. Deputy Home Minister Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed said the incident had nothing to do with terrorism. He said the necessary action has been taken against five people, currently in police custody. Nur Jazlan also gave his assurance that Malaysia would not meddle in Sri Lanka’s affairs, and that the incident would not have any impact on Malaysia. On Sunday,…

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