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AI compromising with UK’s CHOGM participation condemned

AI compromising with UK’s CHOGM participation condemned

The Amnesty International opts out outright denouncement of the UK for its decision to participate the CHOGM meet hosted by genocidal Sri Lanka, by suggesting that the UK should make use of the meet to put pressure on Sri Lanka on international investigation of war crimes and on rectifying general ‘human rights’ situation in the island, commented a Tamil activist for alternative politics in Jaffna. The Amnesty International that doesn’t recognize the genocide and the on-going structural genocide committed on…

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Ban on water supply threatens agriculture of Eezham Tamils in Batticaloa

Ban on water supply threatens agriculture of Eezham Tamils in Batticaloa

By banning water supply to agriculture and paper mills and supplying water to tourist houses, the Colombo government is putting lives of many Eezham Tamils in stake in Batticaloa. The Sri Lankan Finance Ministry, which comes directly under SL president Mahinda Rajapaksa, who is also the finance minister in Colombo, has imposed on ban on supply of water from Vaakaneari lake to the agricultural farms, agriculturalists from the area complain. The water irrigation centre has been advised to direct the…

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Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide

Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide

Auschwitz survivor recognizes Sri Lanka genocide Supporting Tamil activists efforts to raise the awareness of Sri Lanka’s genocide of Tamils, a noted holocaust survivor, 79-year old Eva Mozes Kor, told the activists, “Remembering is not enough, we must take all actions possible to stop, and prevent genocides such as in Sri Lanka today.” Ms. Kor, who formed a close kinship with the Tamil group on the second workshop day of the “One Million Bones” rally in Washington last Sunday, is…

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British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country

British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country

British archaeologist makes no difference from PM of his country If the conscience of academics and intellectuals especially in the field of culture is not prepared to boycott the genocidal State of Sri Lanka, at least in subject matters and institutions that have a bearing on genocide, how to expect politicians to boycott events such as CHOGM hosted by Sri Lanka, commented an academic in Jaffna responding to British archaeologist Prof Robin Coningham choosing to address Colombo’s Postgraduate Institute of…

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Canada youth initiate ‘Thazhumpakam’ for genocide awareness

Canada youth initiate ‘Thazhumpakam’ for genocide awareness

Canada youth initiate ‘Thazhumpakam’ for genocide awareness ”The end of May completes the first stage of a genocide memorial project called ‘Thazhumbakam’ targeted toward civil society in an effort to educate and to raise awareness about the ongoing structural genocide of the Tamil nation,” says Shagana Thangaraj, a coordinator for rights advocacy in the Canadian Tamil Youth Alliance. Thazhumbakam project by the CTYA has started in the form of a traveling mobile art exhibition that has made appearances at remembrance…

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Starting point of non-cooperation struggle

Starting point of non-cooperation struggle

Starting point of non-cooperation struggle After staging one of the worst genocides humanity has seen–this time a paradigm setting one experimented jointly by all the major Establishments of the world–a torturing structural genocide is now conducted almost as a daily routine against the remaining Eezham Tamils and their nation in the island. This is facilitated by an agenda agreed upon and legitimised at Geneva by the ultimate culprits, especially New Delhi and Washington. The pressure that is now exerted on…

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