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Tamil Hindu Killing Fields in Sri Lanka

Tamil Killing Fields in Sri Lanka. Most of them are Hindus.

Sri Lanka: Rape, Murder, Fear and Death Under the UNHRC Microscope

Tim King Salem-News.com / Sent by Kumarathasan Rasingam, Canada.  alert_icon Horrific Graphic Below….

WARNING; Extremely Graphic Photos! Pay attention to the hacked off limbs and crying, dying children; victims of Sri Lankan Sinhala Buddhist madness…
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Tamil girl injured during Sri Lanka Genocide

The hype behind the US sponsored third resolution against Sri Lanka looks to be frizzling out with US/UK and India managing to get as co-sponsors nations that would hardly constitute power bases.”(SALEM) – Sri Lanka’s pro-government Daily News paints a nice picture for Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka scores preliminary moral victory at UNHRC 2014:
This essentially translates to, “China and Cuba and other questionable countries with horrific human rights abuse records refuse to require accountability over Sri Lanka Genocide.”
You see, there is nothing moral about the Sri Lankan government, in fact President Majinda Rajapakse exhibits a most immoral style, sharing traits with world leaders like Binjamin Netahyahu, Slobodan Milošević, Pol Pot and Adolf Hitler. He’s a bona fide Génocidaire, intent on eliminating a minority culture that prevents his country from being an ideal Sinhala Buddhist nation.
Sri Lanka’s Buddhist government pushed the minority Tamil people around for 30 years following repatriation in 1948. The normally peaceful Tamils practiced a non-violent Gandhi style resistance, and watched their lives, their language, culture and customs fading, being outlawed, eliminated.
After three decades, the Tamils had seen and experience enough; they wanted to practice their Hindu, Christian and Muslim faiths and this was not going to happen without a fight, so the Tamil Tigers were formed, the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) were an effective, unconventional fighting force that leveled the playing field, fighting the government of Sri Lankan (GoSL) ferociously, ultimately forcing the nation to sign a peace treaty with the breakaway state of Tamil Eelam in the northeast section of this island country.
In 2005, under Rajapakse, the peace was shattered, and the Sri Lankan Army (SLA) launched a violent, illegal “total war” on the Tamils. When the smoke cleared, 160,000 Tamil people were either dead or unaccounted for.
So why not have a look at these people? Those of you with the United Nations Human Rights Council, stroll through these photos and let them tell you the story of what Rajapakse’s SLA did to the Tamil people, it was completely avoidable, very intentional, and completely illegal in every respect.

First, the adults…

The children…

The rape and sex abuse victims…

Have you seen enough? Can you imagine how the Tamils feel? Victims of such wanton and perverted abuse are holding their breath to see what the UNHRC is going to do. If Sri Lanka’s acts are allowed to go unpunished the UNHRC will be paving a literal road for Genocide and all of its components; torture, child abuse, rape, murder…
Sri Lanka has already been found guilty of Genocide, for five years the country has dodged and denied responsibility for their grave violations of international law and human decency. At this point it would be better for Sri Lanka to be under British rule than its own, when a government proves itself wholly incapable of managing its own affairs, then it is time for the world to step in.
These photos represent only a small fraction of my own personal collection of images from Sri Lanka’s Genocide against the Tamils, which mostly took place during the first five months of 2009. I probably only possess a fraction of what is available. There is simply too much evidence, the Tamils need accountability, it can’t happen without the UNHRC, the USA was good for pushing the Tamil Genocide into the light.
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View Tim’s articles published on Salem-News.com chronologically
Mar-07-2014: Sri Lanka Government is Shaking in its Boots – Tim King Salem-News.com
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Tim King’s previous Salem-News.com reports on Sri Lanka:
Nov-27-2013: Tamil Tigers Honored on Maaverar Naal Heroes Day in Tamil Eelam
Nov-03-2013: New Video of Sexually Assaulted and Murdered Captive Tamil Reporter is Bad News for Sri Lanka
May-19-2013: California Residents Observe Sri Lankan Tamil Genocide
Mar-06-2013 SRI LANKA: Still Drenched With the Blood of Ethnic Cleansing and War Crimes
Mar-03-2013: Black Flag Day in Tamil Nadu Expresses Solidarity with Eelam Tamils
Feb-23-2013: The War Crime Sri Lanka Can’t Hide
Jan-22-2013: Sri Lanka’s Continued Attempt to Murder a Minority Culture
Jan-17-2013: Special Feature: A Spark of Unity for Sri Lanka?
Jan-15-2013: Frederica Jansz Interview Reveals Shocking Danger Facing Sri Lankan Journalists
Nov-21-2012: Why Did Sri Lanka Kill So Many Children?
Sep-29-2012: Tamil Militants in Prison in Sri Lanka – Are They Still Alive?
Aug-26-2012: Shining Light on Sri Lanka’s Dirty Secret: the Disappearance of Prageeth Eknaligoda
Jul-30-2012: Blindness Sweeps Large Parts of Sri Lanka
Jul-20-2012: Why Are Buddhists Committing Genocide Again?
Jul-17-2012: Tamil Voices Growing Louder Over Sri Lanka War Crimes and Nepotism
Jul-11-2012: US Media’s Role in the Silent Death of Sri Lanka’s Tamils – Political Perspective by Tim King Salem-News.com
Jul-09-2012: Significant Honor With Tamils from Around the Globe for Sri Lanka War Crime Reports
Jul-01-2012: Did a Ghost Crawl Inside My Laptop?
Jun-24-2012: Sri Lanka Can’t Deny This… Disturbing Video Proves Sri Lanka Army Committed War Crimes
Jun-21-2012: New War Crime Videos Surface from Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide
Jun-10-2012: UN Targets Reporter Who Criticized Sri Lanka War Crime Suspect
Jun-08-2012: Captive, Handcuffed and Dying… ‘Brutal’ and ‘Shocking’ Describe Newly Released Sri Lanka War Crime Images
May-07-2012: Sri Lankan Buddhist Mobs Call for Mosque Demolition
Apr-27-2012: Big Trouble for Sri Lanka: UN Has Cluster Bomb Evidence from Northern Province
Apr-12-2012: Carpetbaggers in Sri Lanka: Traitors Terrorize Northern Tamils
Apr-10-2012: Sri Lanka: Genocide and Poor Toilet Training
Mar-23-2012 UN Warns Sri Lanka Against Retaliating Toward Humanitarian Activists
Mar-22-2012: White Flags, White Vans and White Lies? A Closer Look at the Death of Colonel Ramesh
Mar-18-2012: Is Google Earth Hiding Sri Lanka’s Ghosts?
Mar-15-2012: Channel-4 Documentary Proves Sri Lanka Committed War Crimes
Mar-11-2012: War Crime Court and its Conflicting Interests
Mar-02-2012: A Very Uncivil War – Ghastly Images- Gross Detail and Denial of Sri Lanka’s Genocide
Mar-01-2012: RSF Appeals to UNHRC to Denounce Sri Lanka Over Curbing Media Freedom
Feb-28-2012: Americans Praise Sri Lankan Politicians who Orchestrated Genocide
Feb-28-2012: Tweets from Tamil Eelam
Feb-24-2012: Two of Sri Lanka’s Foulest War Crimes
Feb-19-2012: Will Another Documentary on Sri Lanka’s Genocide Impact the Geneva Human Rights Session?
Feb-08-2012: The Questionable Effectiveness of Lighting Yourself on Fire
Feb-03-2012: Sri Lanka’s Independence Day- a Black Day for Tamil Eelam
Jan-11-2012: While UN Claims Zero Tolerance, No Discipline of Sri Lankan Abusers in Haiti
Dec-28-2011: Why Was a Red Cross Manager on Vacation from Gaza Murdered in Sri Lanka?
Nov-24-2011: Fear, Genocide and Torture in Sri Lanka
Nov-21-2011: London Calling: Time for Sri Lanka’s Release of Post-Conflict Report
Nov-11-2011: Ode to a Humble Hero of Sri Lanka: Dr Brian Senewiratne
Oct-15-2011: Genocide 101: World and Media Apathy
Oct-08-2011: Sri Lanka Joins Israel in Naval Attacks on Unarmed Fishermen
Oct-05-2011: War and its Aftermath… a Real Killer for Tourism
Oct-01-2011: Sri Lanka in the Crosshairs of Canadian Parliament
Sep-13-2011: Sri Lanka Recalls Diplomat Accused of War Crimes
Aug-31-2011: ‘No Song and Dance’ Over Sri Lanka War Crime Admissions
Jul-25-2011: Former Sri Lanka President’s Children ‘Reacted With Anguish’ to Tamil Genocide Program
Jul-22-2011: M.I.A. – A Beautiful Reflection of the Besieged Tamils of Sri Lanka
Jul-17-2011: 44 Prisoners Join Hunger Strike at Vavuniya Prison in Sri Lanka
Jul-14-2011: The Bush Administration’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Tamil Genocide
Jul-13-2011: Fields Should be for Sports, not Genocide… Sri Lanka
Jun-29-2011: Sri Lanka Continues Genocide, Thumbing Nose at UN and World
Jun-20-2011: Sri Lanka’s Violence Toward Tamil Minority Continues
Jun-18-2011: ‘International Day in Support of Victims of Torture’Remember the Tamil Genocide
Jun-17-2011: European Tourists Waylaid in Sri Lanka, Resurgence of ‘White Van’ Crime
Jun-15-2011: Tamil Genocide Explored in Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields
Jun-02-2011: UN Experts: Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide Video is Real
May-31-2011: New Song ‘Depression’ – Graphic Truth of Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide
May-31-2011: Sri Lanka Tamil Genocide: Killing the Messenger
May-03-2011: Confronting the Tamil Genocide in Sri Lanka
Apr-27-2011: Tamil Genocide in Sri Lanka Emerges Into Public View
Apr-22-2011: World Ignores Genocide of Sri Lanka’s Tamil Population
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 Re:From: DMK, a senior ruling constituent party of India’s ruling alliance.
Karunanidhi
The corrections and actions that the Government of India should carry out with respect to the resolution put forward by America at the UNHRC 22nd Session against Sri Lanka.Submission by: DMK President – Kalainjar M Karunanidhi
– 15 March 2013 –While various suggestions are propagated about the US resolution in the 22nd session of HNHRC against Sri Lanka, the DMK as a ruling party alliance put forwards the following for the Government of India to act upon;Make amendments and corrections to the US proposal as follows;

Concerning the recent genocide that took place in Sri Lanka;

  • Identify the perpetrators of that Genocide in Seri Lanka
  • Those identified be subjected to international investigations and charged within a short time frame

The Government of India should act to include these to the US resolution without any misinterpretations.

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Press Release No. 191 Date:18.03.2013
Text of the D.O. Letter dated 18.3.2013 addressed to

Dr. Manmohan Singh, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India by Selvi J Jayalalithaa, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is reproduced below: 

Jeyalalitha

Hon Prime Minister,“As you are aware, Tamils in Tamil Nadu and the Tamil diaspora spread across the world are legitimately outraged and incensed over the impunity with which the Sri Lankan Government is ignoring international sentiments and binding resolutions relating to reconciliation and accountability for the war crimes and genocide committed in the closing stages of the civil war in Sri Lanka and the ongoing gross human rights abuses. To assuage the legitimate sense of outrage and deeply hurt sentiments it is absolutely important that India takes a strong stand in support of the US sponsored Resolution in the 22nd Session of the UN Human Rights Council and more importantly moves necessary independent amendments to further strengthen the Resolution.You would recall that I had presented a Memorandum to you on 14.6.2011 and written to you on 25.6.2011 bringing to your notice the Resolution of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly dated 8.6.2011 which had called upon the Government of India to take up the issue of war crimes committed against Sri Lankan Tamils and also called for an economic embargo on Sri Lanka till the Tamils are fully resettled and are allowed to live with dignity and with equal constitutional rights as their Sinhala counterparts.

Subsequently, I had written to you on 29th February, 2012, and 6th March, 2012, to urge that India take a strong stance in support of the Resolution on Promoting Reconciliation and Accountability in Sri Lanka in the 19th Session of the UN Human Rights Council. Based on the strength of the public sentiments in Tamil Nadu, conveyed through the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly’s Resolution and through my communications, the Government of India supported Resolution 19/2 in the 19th HRC. Resolution 19/2 which called upon the Sri Lankan Government to implement the constructive recommendations of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission’s (LLRC) report was relatively mild since the LLRC report itself has been viewed as a flawed report not covering many of the points contained in the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts Report. It is pertinent to point out that the Report itself was toned down at the instance of the Government of India which itself is a betrayal of the Tamils.

Mr. Prime Minister, a full year has passed since that Resolution and the events and developments of the past year in Sri Lanka, as evidenced by the report of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, are a continued and sorry saga of human rights violations against the Tamils in that country. The report of OHCHR indicates that Sri Lanka is yet to act on many of the recommendations contained in the LLRC’s report and it has not given access to the special procedures mandate holders. The report also notes that much needs to be done in the area of justice, reconciliation and resumption of livelihoods and notes the continuance of serious human rights violations against the Tamils. They continue to suffer as second class citizens. They are still often expelled from their homes and subjected to harassment, discrimination and torture. There is no indication that the Sri Lankan Government’s obduracy in resisting a fair investigation into the genocide and war crimes has ended. There is no evidence to show that there is either a conscious policy on demilitarization or withdrawal from Tamil civilian lands. There is no credible policy of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Tamil livelihoods. Clearly the present government in Sri Lanka is not keen on genuine reconciliation or even to allow the Sri Lankan Tamils to be rehabilitated, let alone start life as equal citizens in that country, which is reflected in the lack of adequate action even on a relatively mild UNHRC Resolution.

At this juncture, the ongoing 22nd session of the Human Rights Council is the most appropriate forum and occasion to mount further pressure on Sri Lanka to ensure that accountability is established under an international framework for the war crimes and genocide committed in the closing stages of the civil war and the ongoing gross human rights abuses. This is all the more important in the light of the mounting fresh independent evidence of atrocities committed by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces. It is also an opportunity to secure for Sri Lankan Tamils equal constitutional rights and a life of dignity. It is very important that Sri Lanka is held to account on this occasion and India plays a crucial role in this regard, given not only the deep and widespread sentiment prevailing amongst all sections of Society and shades of political opinion in Tamil Nadu, but also the need to establish India as a global leader standing up for democracy and human rights.

I am dismayed that the statements made by you and the External Affairs Minister in the past few days appear equivocal and prevaricating. They do not give a clear indication of India’s stance, particularly with reference to the genocide which has taken place in Sri Lanka resulting in enormous loss of innocent, civilian lives and gross violation of human rights. It was disappointing that India had maintained a deafening silence when the US sponsored draft was taken up for discussion in the on-going UNHRC session. India must take a strong, historic and courageous stance in this matter and not just support the U.S. sponsored Draft Resolution on Promoting Reconciliation and Accountability in Sri Lanka, but strengthen it further through suitable amendments that would make the Resolution unambiguous in intent and effective in implementation:

• In the preambular para 5 (PP5) seek a mention of the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts report in addition to the LLRC report. 

• In PP9 strengthen the language from expression of “concern” to “serious concern and dismay” at the reports of the continuing violations of human rights.

• In PP10 strengthen the language to “condemnation” of the failure of the Sri Lankan Government to fulfill its public commitments including on devolution of political authority.

• In operative para 1, there should be an unequivocal call for a credible, independent, international mechanism to prosecute genocide, war crimes and war criminals and the accused should stand trial before an International Court. This process should be completed within a period of six months and the outcome reported for a special discussion in the 25th session of UNHRC in 2014.

• In operative para 2 there should be an insistence that the OHCHR report be implemented in its totality.

• In operative para 3 there should be a strong call to the Government of Sri Lanka to accept the establishment of an impartial, international institution to initiate credible and independent actions to ensure justice, equity, accountability, including investigation of violations of international law and reconciliation of all Sri Lankans, including Tamils. This should include Sri Lanka providing a pragmatic political package to the Sri Lankan Tamils and restoring their equal rights of citizenship on par with the Sinhalese Community.

I request you to kindly immediately instruct Indian diplomats to strongly push for these independent amendments to strengthen the US backed Resolution in the 22nd Session of the UNHRC since the final draft is to be placed for consideration of the Council on 19th March, 2013. Further, India should also mobilize the support of other member nations, particularly those who are opposed to the resolution and are lobbying to water down or nullify the impact. 

Mr. Prime Minister, I hope that at this historic moment, the Government of India will decisively step forward as a champion of human rights and democracy and take a bold stand in support of the much discriminated against and long suffering Tamil minority in Sri Lanka and thereby demonstrate its empathy and solidarity with the millions of Tamils both in Tamil Nadu and elsewhere and assuage the legitimate sense of outrage amongst them.”

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Issued by: Director, Information – Public Relations, Chennai.9
Dated : 18.3.2013

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Geneva-Update

The 12 march latest draft resolution discussed at UNHRC 22nd session (Note: still being discussed. Genocide abettors China, Russia, Cuba are still vehemently working to save the genocidalSinhala government.)

see the lates draft resolution submited by US


In order to investigate the crimes of genocidal Sri Lanka, there should be an alternative resolution at the UNHRC, if the American resolution is deemed not satisfactory to investigate the crimes of Sri Lanka. (America is only against the genocidal-criminality of Sri Lanka and not against the Sinhala people, even though vast majority of the Sinhalese are also genocidal in nature). What is that alternative resolution? Which country will propose it?America is the Saviour of criminally oppressed Tamils of Eelam by Sri Lanka criminally-genocidal government.

America might tighten the resolution if India is willing to go along with that. They said that openly in a recent communique in Geneva. However, it is India that needs to adjust its stance before. What is the advice we receive from BTF on this matter, who is on the ground working with India?

UNHRC resolution A threat or an opportunity
-By M.A. Sumanthiran MP-
Sumanthiran MP
… The [Sri Lanka] Minister certainly did not mince his words. His audience was left in no doubt that the Sri Lankan Government was determined to adhere to its position that efforts of the Council and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights were unfair, unjustified and part of a larger agenda to ‘target’ the country. The minister’s subsequent failure to attend a meeting called by Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay in Geneva further underlined this message. …

Government of Sri Lanka Doesn’t Want ICRC And UN Involved In Identification Of Those Killed In The War
– Gota To US –
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Sri Lankan voices heard at UN Human Rights Council in Geneva 
Human rights and civil society groups have been making their voices heard in Geneva, ahead of the US-sponsored motion. [Presenter: Sen Lam; ABC Radio Australia :- 12 March 2013]

EU concerned over Sri Lanka’s human rights and accountability
… The EU representative says that issues of human rights and accountability must be addressed and EU has publicly commented on the issue… 12-Mar-2013


Reporting Sri Lanka to UNHRC-Geneva

Draft

 

 

  • Refusing a political solution
  • Independent and credible international investigation
  • Planned Colonization of Tamil Homeland (Land Grab, Colonization, Structural Genocide)
  • False propaganda using economic development as the problem
  • Continuing Genocidal intents of vast majority of Sinhala people
  • Alleged Genocide of Tamils
  • Alleged War Crimes
  • Human Rights Violations
  • Mass Rapes by the Military & Para-Military and Cultural Genocide
  • Abductions and Disappearances
  • Government sponsored assassinations and disappearances of journalists
  • Using limited Economic development as pretext for cheating international community while implementing Genocide tasks
  • Discriminating in Economic Development
  • Using Murder, Threats, Intimidations, Terror, Arrests, and other means to silence peaceful protests
  • Diverting Humanitarian Aids
  • Preventing Humanitarian Assistance
  • Mass of Tamil Refugees
  • Rigging Elections
  • LLRC and its failings
14March2013
Appeal from the Tamil Civil Society to the International Community regarding the upcoming resolution in the UNHRC on Sri Lanka
… We firmly believe that giving more time to the Government of Sri Lanka will lead to irrevocable damage being inflicted on the Tamils…Read More
US Resolution “Welcomes” 
Calls for Independent International Investigation
Sri Lanka to arrest those attended HNHRC 22nd session, calling the traitors.
Tamils Demonstrate in front of UNHRC-Geneva: 
March 2013

Tamils in UNHRC Geneva 2013

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Sri Lanka Government Encorages Separation.
Northern people are bared from taking part in demonstrations in capital Colombo organized by southerners.
March 2013  <Read in Tamil>
No protests should be tolerated in Sri Lanka during these times
(ie, during the sitting of UNHRC in Geneva – March 2013)
Orders Sri lanka defense secretary Gotabaya Rajabakse. [Read more in Tamil]
Photo display of Sri Lanka Genocide in Swiss:
World delegates are viewing 

March 2012. Ref10 view10

V Maithreyan (ADMK) speaks in Indian Parliament:
Discusses Lankan war crimes, genocide etc… YouTubeCalling all to demand that the UPF government act against the enemy country Sri Lanka.
Maithreyan
Dr Raja speaks in Indian Parliament:
Feb 2013  Ref9 View9
Government of India knew of the ongoing structural genocide that is/was going on in Sri Lanka. Charges government of Sri Lanka with genocide of Tamils, war crimes against Tamils, sexual violence again Tamil women [and men], abductions, disappearances, killings, etc… Watch the YouTube. India should investigate genocide, demand international investigation, etc… Ask.
India, D.Raja MP

Ref8 view8
International Crisis Group outlines the Tamil-Sinhala issues in Sri Lanka.
Nov 2012: Analysis of the issues and recommendations for all parties involved in this conflict are detailed in this ICG report.

International Crisis Group outlines the Constitutional-Undemocratic  Crisis in Sri Lanka
Analysis of the crisis within  Judiciary, Parliament and Democracy in Sri Lanka.

Ref7  View7

Sri Lanka has failed to fulfill pledges given to the UN – Tamil partyTamil National Alliance (TNA) Leader and Member of parliament R Sampanthan Explains.Jan 21, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s major Tamil political party, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) says the government has failed to honor the pledges given to the United Nations on post war reconciliation. Read More R Sampanthan MP

UN & Sri Lanka:
Weak (UNHRC 2012) UN resolution caused Colombo to sustain lack of political will: Christian clergy
19 Feb 2013

“What we have seen since the rather weak resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council is a total lack of political will on the part of the government to implement recommendations therein, such as the call for investigations into allegations of international law during the final stages of the conflict and cooperation with the UN Special Procedures,” said 133 priests of various Christian denominations in the North and East in an appeal to UN Human Rights Council on Monday. They urged the Council not to interpret the problem as ‘lack of capacity’ by the SL State. Despite the deviatory tone in using the terms such as ‘internal self-determination’ and the orchestrated deception of the so-called ‘stronger resolution’, the priests from the gagged country of Eezham Tamils didn’t fail in establishing what was taking place on the ground as protracted genocide against the Tamil people. Read More>>

UN & Sri Lanka:
Weak (UNHRC 2012) UN resolution caused Colombo to sustain lack of political will: Christian clergy
19 Feb 2013

“What we have seen since the rather weak resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council is a total lack of political will on the part of the government to implement recommendations therein, such as the call for investigations into allegations of international law during the final stages of the conflict and cooperation with the UN Special Procedures,” said 133 priests of various Christian denominations in the North and East in an appeal to UN Human Rights Council on Monday. They urged the Council not to interpret the problem as ‘lack of capacity’ by the SL State. Despite the deviatory tone in using the terms such as ‘internal self-determination’ and the orchestrated deception of the so-called ‘stronger resolution’, the priests from the gagged country of Eezham Tamils didn’t fail in establishing what was taking place on the ground as protracted genocide against the Tamil people. Read More>>
James Moore US introduces UN resolution on Sri Lankan rights abuses
2013The United States has announced it will introduce a fresh resolution to the UN Human Rights Council, in a bid to force Sri Lanka to keep its promise to investigate the military for alleged war crimes and atrocities.The US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, James Moore, says Washington will sponsor a procedural resolution at the March sessions of the Rights Council …US introduces UN resolution on Sri Lankan rights abuses
2013
The United States has announced it will introduce a fresh resolution to the UN Human Rights Council, in a bid to force Sri Lanka to keep its promise to investigate the military for alleged war crimes and atrocities.

Joint Swiss and South Africa efforts for Sri Lanka political solution
Swiss push reconciliation plan for Sri Lanka
Feb 14, 2013
… Switzerland is backing a South African post-Apartheid reconciliation initiative to bring parties to the negotiating table, but the prospect for lasting peace remains elusive.
Since 2011 South Africa and civil society groups have been leading a multi-pronged peace initiative aimed at restarting Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and Sri Lankan government negotiations and supporting potential reconciliation efforts following the end of 30 years of war.
Sri Lankan and South African officials visited each other on several occasions last year and a TNA delegation flew to Africa for further contacts earlier this month…

Swiss, South Africa reconciliation attempt in Sri Lanka ‘ill-conceived’, says ICG
16 Feb 2013

Switzerland’s backing of a South African post-Apartheid reconciliation initiative to bring adversarial parties in Sri Lanka to the negotiating table, is ill-conceived and has little chance of yielding any positive results, Alan Keenan, an ICG [International Crisis Group] Sri Lanka expert commented.
TNA MP R Sampanthanrajabaksa TNA leader R Sampanthan explaining South Africa visit.
(Interview with Asia tribune, a mouth piece of the government).
Feb 2013Abstracts
… South African Government, as well as leaders from ANC ….
… It appears that the Sri Lanka Government delegation also has benefited …
…  I think they (SA) have lot of experience and knowledge and expect that they will behave with the sense of responsibility and they will be truthful to whatever they do…
… we have to wait and see how sincere the Sri Lankan Government is …… We are not asking or seeking for a third party mediation ….Asian Tribune: … US is coming up with another resolution against the Sri Lanka Government? Your position?

Mr. R.Sampanthan:The Government is bringing this upon itself …

TNA MP R Sampanthan US team meets TNA: Sampanthan tells TamilNet
[26 January 2013]
US US EMBASSY SRI LANKA  – 29 Jan 2013
Opening Statement Delivered by Deputy Assistant Secretary James
http://srilanka.usembassy.gov/sp-28jan2013.html Abstracts: … Key to all of this will be transparent governance as well as following through with a process of accountability for events at the end of the war including civilian casualties and credible allegations of human rights violations… … We welcome the government’s intent to hold Northern Provincial Council elections in September and we encourage a resumption of talks between the TNA and the government…
Moore at Tri-DAS Press Event

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War Crimes
War Crimes

Pulidevan, right, and Nadesan, who were allegedly executed
Pulithevan and NadesanIndependent
White Flag Killings: Sri lanka War CrimesWitnesses support claim that Sri Lanka army shot prisonersTwo eyewitnesses have come forward for the first time to support allegations that the Sri Lankan army executed two Tamil Tiger rebel leaders after they surrendered, carrying a white flag, at the close of the island’s civil war in 2009.

Their accounts cast fresh doubt on the Sri Lankan government’s claim that the rebels were killed by their own supporters and add to a growing body of evidence of war crimes allegedly committed by the Sri Lankan military during the conflict.

Killing Prisoners Of War In Sri Lanka : War Crimes in sri lanka
Warning Disturbing Images: Typical war crimes, torturing and killing of prisoners of war.
(Colonel Ramesh’s plight in the han od Sri lanka military is provided in this video.) WarningDisturbing Images in this video: (Interrogation and killing of  prisoner of war 

  Reporting to UNHRC-Geneva Reports From UNHRC
UN Internal Report on Sri Lanka  [<Penel<]
Sri Lanka in Geneva – UNHRC 2013: UNHRC Sessions
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Consideration of Peru UPR Report 38th Meeting 22nd Regular Session Human Rights Council
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15 Mar 2013 – UPR report of Sri Lanka A/HRC/22/16,A/HRC/22/16/Add.1.    …Read More
Session live now at UNHRC ClickUNHRC Live webcast (click),   UN: WebTV
22nd regular session of the Human Rights Council (25 February – 22 March 2013)
Re:From: DMK, a senior ruling constituent party of India’s ruling alliance.The corrections and actions that the Government of India should carry out with respect to the resolution put forward by America at the UNHRC 22nd Session against Sri Lanka.Submission by: DMK President – Kalainjar M Karunanidhi
– 15 March 2013 –While various suggestions are propagated about the US resolution in the 22nd session of HNHRC against Sri Lanka, the DMK as a ruling party alliance put forwards the following for the Government of India to act upon;

Make amendments and corrections to the US proposal as follows;

Concerning the recent genocide that took place in Sri Lanka;

  • Identify the perpetrators of that Genocide in Seri Lanka
  • Those identified be subjected to international investigations and charged within a              short time frame

The Government of India should act to include these to the US resolution without any misinterpretations.

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ReFromJJ
Press Release No. 191 Date:18.03.2013
Text of the D.O. Letter dated 18.3.2013 addressed to

Dr. Manmohan Singh, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India by Selvi J Jayalalithaa, Hon’ble Chief
Minister of Tamil Nadu is reproduced below: 
Hon Prime Minister,“As you are aware, Tamils in Tamil Nadu and the Tamil diaspora spread
across the world are legitimately outraged and incensed over the impunity with which the
Sri Lankan Government is ignoring international sentiments and binding resolutions relating
to reconciliation and accountability for the war crimes and genocide committed in the
closing stages of the civil war in Sri Lanka and the ongoing gross human rights abuses. 
To assuage the legitimate sense of outrage and deeply hurt sentiments it is absolutely
important that India takes a strong stand in support of the US sponsored Resolution in
the 22nd Session of the UN Human Rights Council and more importantly moves necessary

independent amendments to further strengthen the Resolution.You would recall that I had presented a Memorandum to you on 14.6.2011 and written to you on 25.6.2011 bringing to your notice the Resolution of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly dated 8.6.2011 which had called upon the Government of India to take up the issue of war crimes committed against Sri Lankan Tamils and also called for an economic embargo on Sri Lanka till the Tamils are fully resettled and are allowed to live with dignity

and with equal constitutional rights as their Sinhala counterparts.

Subsequently, I had written to you on 29th February, 2012, and 6th March, 2012, to

urge that India take a strong stance in support of the Resolution on Promoting Reconciliation

and Accountability in Sri Lanka in the 19th Session of the UN Human Rights Council. Based

on the strength of the public sentiments in Tamil Nadu, conveyed through the Tamil Nadu

Legislative Assembly’s Resolution and through my communications, the Government of India

supported Resolution 19/2 in the 19th HRC. Resolution 19/2 which called upon the Sri Lankan Government to implement the constructive recommendations of the Lessons Learnt and

Reconciliation Commission’s (LLRC) report was relatively mild since the LLRC report itself has

been viewed as a flawed report not covering many of the points contained in the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts Report. It is pertinent to point out that the Report itself was

toned down at the instance of the Government of India which itself is a betrayal of the Tamils.

Mr. Prime Minister, a full year has passed since that Resolution and the events and developments

of the past year in Sri Lanka, as evidenced by the report of the Office of the UN High

Commissioner for Human Rights, are a continued and sorry saga of human rights violations

against the Tamils in that country. The report of OHCHR indicates that Sri Lanka is yet to

act on many of the recommendations contained in the LLRC’s report and it has not given

access to the special procedures mandate holders. The report also notes that much needs

to be done in the area of justice, reconciliation and resumption of livelihoods and notes the continuance of serious human rights violations against the Tamils. They continue to suffer

as second class citizens. They are still often expelled from their homes and subjected to

harassment, discrimination and torture. There is no indication that the Sri Lankan Government’s obduracy in resisting a fair investigation into the genocide and war crimes has ended. There is

no evidence to show that there is either a conscious policy on demilitarization or withdrawal from Tamil civilian lands. There is no credible policy of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Tamil livelihoods. Clearly the present government in Sri Lanka is not keen on genuine reconciliation or

even to allow the Sri Lankan Tamils to be rehabilitated, let alone start life as equal citizens in

that country, which is reflected in the lack of adequate action even on a relatively mild UNHRC Resolution.

At this juncture, the ongoing 22nd session of the Human Rights Council is the most appropriate

forum and occasion to mount further pressure on Sri Lanka to ensure that accountability is

established under an international framework for the war crimes and genocide committed in

the closing stages of the civil war and the ongoing gross human rights abuses. This is all the

more important in the light of the mounting fresh independent evidence of atrocities committed

by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces. It is also an opportunity to secure for Sri Lankan Tamils equal constitutional rights and a life of dignity. It is very important that Sri Lanka is held to account

on this occasion and India plays a crucial role in this regard, given not only the deep and

widespread sentiment prevailing amongst all sections of Society and shades of political opinion

in Tamil Nadu, but also the need to establish India as a global leader standing up for democracy

and human rights.

I am dismayed that the statements made by you and the External Affairs Minister in the past

few days appear equivocal and prevaricating. They do not give a clear indication of India’s

stance, particularly with reference to the genocide which has taken place in Sri Lanka resulting

in enormous loss of innocent, civilian lives and gross violation of human rights. It was

disappointing that India had maintained a deafening silence when the US sponsored draft

was taken up for discussion in the on-going UNHRC session. India must take a strong, historic

and courageous stance in this matter and not just support the U.S. sponsored Draft Resolution

on Promoting Reconciliation and Accountability in Sri Lanka, but strengthen it further through

suitable amendments that would make the Resolution unambiguous in intent and effective in implementation:

• In the preambular para 5 (PP5) seek a mention of the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts

report in addition to the LLRC report. 

• In PP9 strengthen the language from expression of “concern” to “serious concern and dismay”

at the reports of the continuing violations of human rights.

• In PP10 strengthen the language to “condemnation” of the failure of the Sri Lankan Government to fulfill its public commitments including on devolution of political authority.

• In operative para 1, there should be an unequivocal call for a credible, independent, international mechanism to prosecute genocide, war crimes and war criminals and the accused should stand trial before an International Court. This process should be completed within a period of six months and the outcome reported for a special discussion in the 25th session of UNHRC in 2014.

• In operative para 2 there should be an insistence that the OHCHR report be implemented in its totality.

• In operative para 3 there should be a strong call to the Government of Sri Lanka to accept the establishment of an impartial, international institution to initiate credible and independent actions to ensure justice, equity, accountability, including investigation of violations of international law and reconciliation of all Sri Lankans, including Tamils. This should include Sri Lanka providing a pragmatic political package to the Sri Lankan Tamils and restoring their equal rights of citizenship on par with the Sinhalese Community.

I request you to kindly immediately instruct Indian diplomats to strongly push for these independent amendments to strengthen the US backed Resolution in the 22nd Session of the UNHRC since the final draft is to be placed for consideration of the Council on 19th March, 2013. Further, India should also mobilize the support of other member nations, particularly those who are opposed to the resolution and are lobbying to water down or nullify the impact. 

Mr. Prime Minister, I hope that at this historic moment, the Government of India will decisively step forward as a champion of human rights and democracy and take a bold stand in support of the much discriminated against and long suffering Tamil minority in Sri Lanka and thereby demonstrate its empathy and solidarity with the millions of Tamils both in Tamil Nadu and elsewhere and assuage the legitimate sense of outrage amongst them.”

*******
Issued by: Director, Information – Public Relations, Chennai.9
Dated : 18.3.2013

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Geneva-Update

The 12 march latest draft resolution discussed at UNHRC 22nd session (Note: still being discussed. Genocide abettors China, Russia, Cuba are still vehemently working to save the genocidalSinhala government.)

see the lates draft resolution submited by US


In order to investigate the crimes of genocidal Sri Lanka, there should be an alternative resolution at the UNHRC, if the American resolution is deemed not satisfactory to investigate the crimes of Sri Lanka. (America is only against the genocidal-criminality of Sri Lanka and not against the Sinhala people, even though vast majority of the Sinhalese are also genocidal in nature). What is that alternative resolution? Which country will propose it?America is the Saviour of criminally oppressed Tamils of Eelam by Sri Lanka criminally-genocidal government.

America might tighten the resolution if India is willing to go along with that. They said that openly in a recent communique in Geneva. However, it is India that needs to adjust its stance before. What is the advice we receive from BTF on this matter, who is on the ground working with India?

UNHRC resolution A threat or an opportunity
-By M.A. Sumanthiran MP-

… The [Sri Lanka] Minister certainly did not mince his words. His audience was left in no doubt that the Sri Lankan Government was determined to adhere to its position that efforts of the Council and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights were unfair, unjustified and part of a larger agenda to ‘target’ the country. The minister’s subsequent failure to attend a meeting called by Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay in Geneva further underlined this message. …

Government of Sri Lanka Doesn’t Want ICRC And UN Involved In Identification Of Those Killed In The War
– Gota To US –

Sri Lankan voices heard at UN Human Rights Council in Geneva 
Human rights and civil society groups have been making their voices heard in Geneva, ahead of the US-sponsored motion. [Presenter: Sen Lam; ABC Radio Australia :- 12 March 2013]

EU concerned over Sri Lanka’s human rights and accountability
… The EU representative says that issues of human rights and accountability must be addressed and EU has publicly commented on the issue… 12-Mar-2013


Reporting Sri Lanka to UNHRC-Geneva

Draft
 

  • Refusing a political solution
  • Independent and credible international investigation
  • Planned Colonization of Tamil Homeland (Land Grab, Colonization, Structural Genocide)
  • False propaganda using economic development as the problem
  • Continuing Genocidal intents of vast majority of Sinhala people
  • Alleged Genocide of Tamils
  • Alleged War Crimes
  • Human Rights Violations
  • Mass Rapes by the Military & Para-Military and Cultural Genocide
  • Abductions and Disappearances
  • Government sponsored assassinations and disappearances of journalists
  • Using limited Economic development as pretext for cheating international community while implementing Genocide tasks
  • Discriminating in Economic Development
  • Using Murder, Threats, Intimidations, Terror, Arrests, and other means to silence peaceful protests
  • Diverting Humanitarian Aids
  • Preventing Humanitarian Assistance
  • Mass of Tamil Refugees
  • Rigging Elections
  • LLRC and its failings
14March2013
Appeal from the Tamil Civil Society to the International Community regarding the upcoming resolution in the UNHRC on Sri Lanka
… We firmly believe that giving more time to the Government of Sri Lanka will lead to irrevocable damage being inflicted on the Tamils…Read More
US Resolution “Welcomes” 
Calls for Independent International Investigation
Sri Lanka to arrest those attended HNHRC 22nd session, calling the traitors.
Tamils Demonstrate in front of UNHRC-Geneva: 
March 2013

Ref222 Read222

Sri Lanka Government Encorages Separation.
Northern people are bared from taking part in demonstrations in capital Colombo organized by southerners.
March 2013  <Read in Tamil>
No protests should be tolerated in Sri Lanka during these times
(ie, during the sitting of UNHRC in Geneva – March 2013)
Orders Sri lanka defense secretary Gotabaya Rajabakse. [Read more in Tamil]
Photo display of Sri Lanka Genocide in Swiss:
World delegates are viewing 

March 2012. Ref10 view10

V Maithreyan (ADMK) speaks in Indian Parliament:
Discusses Lankan war crimes, genocide etc… YouTubeCalling all to demand that the UPF government act against the enemy country Sri Lanka.
Dr Raja speaks in Indian Parliament:
Feb 2013  Ref9 View9
Government of India knew of the ongoing structural genocide that is/was going on in Sri Lanka. Charges government of Sri Lanka with genocide of Tamils, war crimes against Tamils, sexual violence again Tamil women [and men], abductions, disappearances, killings, etc… Watch the YouTube. India should investigate genocide, demand international investigation, etc… Ask.

Ref8 view8
International Crisis Group outlines the Tamil-Sinhala issues in Sri Lanka.
Nov 2012: Analysis of the issues and recommendations for all parties involved in this conflict are detailed in this ICG report.

International Crisis Group outlines the Constitutional-Undemocratic  Crisis in Sri Lanka
Analysis of the crisis within  Judiciary, Parliament and Democracy in Sri Lanka.

Ref7  View7

Sri Lanka has failed to fulfill pledges given to the UN – Tamil partyTamil National Alliance (TNA) Leader and Member of parliament R Sampanthan Explains.Jan 21, Colombo: Sri Lanka’s major Tamil political party, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) says the government has failed to honor the pledges given to the United Nations on post war reconciliation. Read More

UN & Sri Lanka:
Weak (UNHRC 2012) UN resolution caused Colombo to sustain lack of political will: Christian clergy
19 Feb 2013

“What we have seen since the rather weak resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council is a total lack of political will on the part of the government to implement recommendations therein, such as the call for investigations into allegations of international law during the final stages of the conflict and cooperation with the UN Special Procedures,” said 133 priests of various Christian denominations in the North and East in an appeal to UN Human Rights Council on Monday. They urged the Council not to interpret the problem as ‘lack of capacity’ by the SL State. Despite the deviatory tone in using the terms such as ‘internal self-determination’ and the orchestrated deception of the so-called ‘stronger resolution’, the priests from the gagged country of Eezham Tamils didn’t fail in establishing what was taking place on the ground as protracted genocide against the Tamil people. Read More>>

UN & Sri Lanka:
Weak (UNHRC 2012) UN resolution caused Colombo to sustain lack of political will: Christian clergy
19 Feb 2013

“What we have seen since the rather weak resolution adopted at the 19th session of the Council is a total lack of political will on the part of the government to implement recommendations therein, such as the call for investigations into allegations of international law during the final stages of the conflict and cooperation with the UN Special Procedures,” said 133 priests of various Christian denominations in the North and East in an appeal to UN Human Rights Council on Monday. They urged the Council not to interpret the problem as ‘lack of capacity’ by the SL State. Despite the deviatory tone in using the terms such as ‘internal self-determination’ and the orchestrated deception of the so-called ‘stronger resolution’, the priests from the gagged country of Eezham Tamils didn’t fail in establishing what was taking place on the ground as protracted genocide against the Tamil people. Read More>>
US introduces UN resolution on Sri Lankan rights abuses
2013The United States has announced it will introduce a fresh resolution to the UN Human Rights Council, in a bid to force Sri Lanka to keep its promise to investigate the military for alleged war crimes and atrocities.The US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, James Moore, says Washington will sponsor a procedural resolution at the March sessions of the Rights Council …US introduces UN resolution on Sri Lankan rights abuses
2013
The United States has announced it will introduce a fresh resolution to the UN Human Rights Council, in a bid to force Sri Lanka to keep its promise to investigate the military for alleged war crimes and atrocities.

Joint Swiss and South Africa efforts for Sri Lanka political solution
Swiss push reconciliation plan for Sri Lanka
Feb 14, 2013
… Switzerland is backing a South African post-Apartheid reconciliation initiative to bring parties to the negotiating table, but the prospect for lasting peace remains elusive.
Since 2011 South Africa and civil society groups have been leading a multi-pronged peace initiative aimed at restarting Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and Sri Lankan government negotiations and supporting potential reconciliation efforts following the end of 30 years of war.
Sri Lankan and South African officials visited each other on several occasions last year and a TNA delegation flew to Africa for further contacts earlier this month…

Swiss, South Africa reconciliation attempt in Sri Lanka ‘ill-conceived’, says ICG
16 Feb 2013

Switzerland’s backing of a South African post-Apartheid reconciliation initiative to bring adversarial parties in Sri Lanka to the negotiating table, is ill-conceived and has little chance of yielding any positive results, Alan Keenan, an ICG [International Crisis Group] Sri Lanka expert commented.
TNA leader R Sampanthan explaining South Africa visit.
(Interview with Asia tribune, a mouth piece of the government).
Feb 2013Abstracts
… South African Government, as well as leaders from ANC ….
… It appears that the Sri Lanka Government delegation also has benefited …
…  I think they (SA) have lot of experience and knowledge and expect that they will behave with the sense of responsibility and they will be truthful to whatever they do…
… we have to wait and see how sincere the Sri Lankan Government is …… We are not asking or seeking for a third party mediation ….Asian Tribune: … US is coming up with another resolution against the Sri Lanka Government? Your position?Mr. R.Sampanthan:The Government is bringing this upon itself …
US team meets TNA: Sampanthan tells TamilNet
[26 January 2013]
US EMBASSY SRI LANKA  – 29 Jan 2013
Opening Statement Delivered by Deputy Assistant Secretary James
http://srilanka.usembassy.gov/sp-28jan2013.html Abstracts: … Key to all of this will be transparent governance as well as following through with a process of accountability for events at the end of the war including civilian casualties and credible allegations of human rights violations… … We welcome the government’s intent to hold Northern Provincial Council elections in September and we encourage a resumption of talks between the TNA and the government…
Moore at Tri-DAS Press Event

Mass Rapes by Sri Lanka Military & Para-Military 
Cultural Genocide 
by Sri Lanka Military & Para-Military

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH Reports
“We Will Teach You a Lesson” – Sexual Violence against Tamils by Sri Lankan Security Forces<http://www.hrw.org/news/2013/02/26/sri-lanka-rape-tamil-detainees><http://www.hrw.org/embargo/node/113787?signature=9d5d697a65f834496deebdaa7e8a0226&suid=6>

 

The violence against women in the north of Sri Lanka are/were being hushed-up.
TNA MP Sumanthiran. <Read in tamil>

வடக்கில் பெண்கள் மீது இராணுவத்தினரால் மேற்கொள்ளப்பட்ட வன்கொடுமைச் சம்பவங்கள் மூடி மறைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன: சுமந்திரன் எம்.பி.
2013-03-07

International Women’s day march and rally highlights
The Sri Lanka government organized mass rape of Tamil women.

March 2013 London

 

Call from Tamils

 

News gathered by: Eelamranjan

Rape as a mass weapon:
26 Feb 2012
Sri Lankan military ‘raping Tamil Tigers’
The Sri Lankan military is using rape and extreme sexual violence against men and women suspected of links to the defeated Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), according to a report by Human Rights Watch.

Telegraph: 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/srilanka/9894458/Sri-Lankan-military-raping-Tamil-Tigers.html

Guardian: 
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/26/sri-lankan-military-raping-torturing

BBC: 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-21577866

The frontier post: 
http://www.thefrontierpost.com/news/18843/

Times of India: 
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/south-asia/Sri-Lankan-army-rapes-tortures-Tamils-Report/articleshow/18694478.cms

Independent
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/uk-accused-of-deporting-tamils-despite-threat-of-rape-and-torture-8511161.html

The Star
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2013/02/26/rape_of_tamil_detainees_systematic_in_sri_lanka_rights_group_says.html

iTamil
https://groups.google.com/group/iTamilOrganization/browse_thread/thread/c980270586b4324d?hl=en

Sexual Violence (a report by Human Rights Watch)
25 Feb 2013
A 140-page report about sexual violence against Tamils by Sri Lankan security forces prepared by the Human Rights Watch (HRW), a global human rights organization, is expected to be released today.

War Crimes
War Crimes

Pulidevan, right, and Nadesan, who were allegedly executed White Flag Killings: Sri lanka War CrimesWitnesses support claim that Sri Lanka army shot prisonersTwo eyewitnesses have come forward for the first time to support allegations that the Sri Lankan army executed two Tamil Tiger rebel leaders after they surrendered, carrying a white flag, at the close of the island’s civil war in 2009.Their accounts cast fresh doubt on the Sri Lankan government’s claim that the rebels were killed by their own supporters and add to a growing body of evidence of war crimes allegedly committed by the Sri Lankan military during the conflict.

Killing Prisoners Of War In Sri Lanka : War Crimes in sri lanka
Warning Disturbing Images: Typical war crimes, torturing and killing of prisoners of war.
(Colonel Ramesh’s plight in the han od Sri lanka military is provided in this video.) WarningDisturbing Images in this video: (Interrogation and killing of  prisoner of war 

Mass Rapes (Inf)
Mass Rapes by Sri Lanka Military & Para-Military 
Cultural Genocide 
by Sri Lanka Military & Para-Military

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH Reports
“We Will Teach You a Lesson” – Sexual Violence against Tamils by Sri Lankan Security Forces<http://www.hrw.org/news/2013/02/26/sri-lanka-rape-tamil-detainees><http://www.hrw.org/embargo/node/113787?signature=9d5d697a65f834496deebdaa7e8a0226&suid=6>


The violence against women in the north of Sri Lanka are/were being hushed-up.
TNA MP Sumanthiran. <Read in tamil>

வடக்கில் பெண்கள் மீது இராணுவத்தினரால் மேற்கொள்ளப்பட்ட வன்கொடுமைச் சம்பவங்கள் மூடி மறைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன: சுமந்திரன் எம்.பி.
2013-03-07

International Women’s day march and rally highlights
The Sri Lanka government organized mass rape of Tamil women.

March 2013 London


Call from Tamils


News gathered by: Eelamranjan

Rape as a mass weapon:
26 Feb 2012
Sri Lankan military ‘raping Tamil Tigers’
The Sri Lankan military is using rape and extreme sexual violence against men and women suspected of links to the defeated Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), according to a report by Human Rights Watch.

Telegraph: 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/srilanka/9894458/Sri-Lankan-military-raping-Tamil-Tigers.html

Guardian: 
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/26/sri-lankan-military-raping-torturing

BBC: 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-21577866

The frontier post: 
http://www.thefrontierpost.com/news/18843/

Times of India: 
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/south-asia/Sri-Lankan-army-rapes-tortures-Tamils-Report/articleshow/18694478.cms

Independent
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/uk-accused-of-deporting-tamils-despite-threat-of-rape-and-torture-8511161.html

The Star
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2013/02/26/rape_of_tamil_detainees_systematic_in_sri_lanka_rights_group_says.html

iTamil
https://groups.google.com/group/iTamilOrganization/browse_thread/thread/c980270586b4324d?hl=en

Sexual Violence (a report by Human Rights Watch)
25 Feb 2013
A 140-page report about sexual violence against Tamils by Sri Lankan security forces prepared by the Human Rights Watch (HRW), a global human rights organization, is expected to be released today.

Constituent ruling party of India, DMK:
D.M.K. President Thalaivar Kalaignar on UNHRC: Q & A _ 29.1.2013 (Re)
https://groups.google.com/group/iTamilOrganization/browse_thread/thread/38d8b0b83d953d1b?hl=en
DMK + TESO urges New Delhi to move for referendum at Geneva

India must impose sanctions on Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu governor says
THE TIMES OF INDIA – Feb 1, 2013

Karen Parker at HRC –
 Constituent ruling party of India, DMK:
D.M.K. President Thalaivar Kalaignar on UNHRC: Q & A _ 29.1.2013 (Re)
https://groups.google.com/group/iTamilOrganization/browse_thread/thread/38d8b0b83d953d1b?hl=en
DMK + TESO urges New Delhi to move for referendum at Geneva

Karunanidhi & Stalin TESO Gandhi

India must impose sanctions on Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu governor says
THE TIMES OF INDIA – Feb 1, 2013

Jeyalalitha TN CM TN governer
Sri Lanka & UNSri Lanka in UNHRC

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Sri Lanka War Crimes:

Sri Lanka’s dead and missing: the need for an accounting

2012
… there’s a growing need for an accounting of – and for – those killed and missing in the final months of fighting in northern Sri Lanka in 2009. Members of the UN Human Rights Council, …
War Crimes in Sri Lanka – ICG
2010 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS … Evidence gathered by the International Crisis Group suggests that these months saw tens of thousands of Tamil civilian men, women, children and the elderly killed, countless more wounded, and hundreds of thousands deprived of adequate food and medical care, resulting in more deaths…

Sri lanka War crimes:
Channel 4 releases documentary evidence
19 Feb 2013
Releasing photos of LTTE leader Pirapaharan’s 12-year-old son Balachandran, who was captured by the occupying Sinhala military in the final hours of the genocidal onslaught on Vanni, the British Channel 4 television on Monday said that the photos, which had been taken before and after the brutal slaying of the boy, stemmed from the same camera within a period of two hours. Releasing the photos in a write up to The Independent, Callum Macrae, the director of “No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka,” said “this is proof, beyond reasonable doubt, of the execution of a child – not a battlefield death.” The news was titled “Handed a snack, and then executed: the last hours of the 12-year-old son of a Tamil Tiger”. Read More>>

Channel 4 Channel 4: “No Fire Zone” video (full version) will be screened  in March
21 February 2013
Callum Macray, producer of the Channel-4 television has produced another 90 minutes video “No Fire Zone”. This film would be screened at United Nation Human Rights Commission in March.Macray stated these new video footage brief deaths of thousands of civilians, new scenes on war crimes and new interviews. Important sense of this video footage would be screened for Indian parliamentarians in Delhi next week.This video footage would be strong evident against SriLanka, producer said. @Channel 4: “No Fire Zone” video footage will be screened for Indian MP’s
21 February 2013
Channel- 4 video footage of “No Fire Zone” which briefs the Lankan war crime allegations reported in year 2009 would be screened at the Indian parliament tomorrow.This 20 minutes video footage would be screen at 4.30 pm in the Constitution Club, New Delhi. Special discussion was also organized end of the screening, sources said.Indian executive director of the Amnesty International G.Anandhapatmanadan, director of the Channel -4 Callum Macrae, Chief Editor of the IANS news agency M.R.Narayanasuwamy, and the professor of the Jawaharlal Nehru University P.Sagadevan will take part in this discussion.Speaking to media Callum Marcare noted this video footage will clearly brief the war crime allegations in SriLanka and also stressed to take legal action on this issue or else it would lead for another bloody conflict in SriLanka, he said. @

Handed a snack, and then executed: the 12-year-old son of a Tamil Tiger 
independent.co.uk – 18 Feb 2013 
New photographs have emerged which raise fresh questions about the conduct of Sri Lanka’s armed forces during the final stages of the operation against Tamil rebels and have led to claims the 12-year-old son of the militants’ leader may have been summarily executed. [Warning: Some may find the second image in the accompanying gallery distressing:pictures]

India: Headlines Today: Video Interview about Balachandran news Indian TV Coverage 19 Feb 2013
India: Outrage over killing of LTTE chief Prabhakaran’s sonSri Lanka rejects reports
Sri Lanka’s envoy to India said Wednesday that photographs showing the late LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran’s son alive before being killed were morphed. Sri Lanka rejects charges of executing Prabhakaran’s son.

Sri Lanka
Demographic Genocide
(Gov Planned Colonization of Tamil Homeland)
Land Grab
Settling Alien Military
Sri Lanka Demographic Genocide (Gov Planned Colonization of Tamil Homeland)Attacks against Tamil farmers escalate in Vellaave’li, Batticaloa
25 February 2013
A Tamil village official looking after agricultural tracts (Vaddavithaa’nai) in Kevu’liyaa-madu in Vellaave’li division of Batticaloa district was severely assaulted four days ago by a group of Sinhalese settlers who have occupied the farm and grazing lands of Tamils. Two weeks ago, Sinhala ‘home guards’ had assaulted Tamil youths who were breeding their cattle in the same area, news sources in Vellaave’li said.Sinhala militarisation, genocide in East goes unnoticed, unaccounted
17 Feb 2013
In the name of a Sinhala-titled programme ‘Divineguma,’ Colombo intensively spearheads structural genocide of Eezham Tamils in the East. It has now gone to the extent of mushrooming Sinhala military camps and settlements running grocery shops and restaurants to the public. The only major construction activity in the East is the construction of Sinhala military camps. By talking only of the North and leaving out the East, the visiting foreign dignitaries buttressing State in the island systematically obscure what is happening in the East and imply that the annihilation of the nation of Eezham Tamils in the East is ‘normal and acceptable’. The line of subversion started when Mr. Robert Blake was the US ambassador in Colombo after the SL military capture of the East from the LTTE, and the line was later taken up by the Indians, political activists in the East said. Read More>>

SL military operatives attack peaceful protest against Jaffna SMZ
Friday, 15 2013

Sri Lankan military operatives, numbering around 10, who were sitting among the protestors in front of Thurkkai Amman temple in Thellippazhai, where a token fast was being observed with wider participation of Tamil parties and the opposition from the South, attacked the peaceful protestors after the SL Opposition Leader Ranil Wickramasinghe left the site taking part and addressing the protestors, who staged the token fast against Colombo changing the former SL Miltiary High Security Zone (HSZ) into Sinhala Military Zone (SMZ) in Jaffna. However, the attackers, causing panic, were confronted by the protestors when the SL military men went amok on Tamil parliamentarians and journalists at the site of the protest. More than one hundred SL policemen were silently watching the unfolding episode without doing anything to curb the civil clad military operatives. 
Sri Lankan military operatives. Were the operatives who attacked the the fasting-protesters supported by the police?
Mavai Senathirajah MP  -: 19 Feb 2013

The statement made by police that no one was arrested and no one captured and handed over any one at the fasting-protest trouble inorder to safeguard the criminals is an open indication that who are the real culprits of this attack on the protesters.

MP Mavai Senathirajah further said that, the attack to stop the fasting-protest leads to suspicions that if the police were accomplishes of this criminality. Read more in Tamil

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Sri Lanka Army Atrocities: Sri Lanka Army Atrocities:SLA threatens Mannaar farmers not to protest against discrimination
22 Feb 2013
The demonstration and fasting campaign organized by farmers organizations in Mannaar district earlier this week to protest against the discrimination by the SL government in Colombo in providing relief to affected farmers following the recent floods, was put off due to the threat issued by the intelligence Unit of the occupying Sri Lanka Army that those participating would be dealt severely under the ‘Sri Lankan Law’. Due to the threat and intimidation exerted by the SL intelligence, the demonstration was now put off for February 26, the organisers said. Read More>>

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Sri Lanka &
Commonwealth
Commonwealth & Sri Lanka
Host CHOGM in New Zealand: Tamil Action Front
20 Feb 2013
The Tamil Action Front (TAF) of New Zealand in a letter addressed to New Zealand’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Murray McCully on Friday urged his government to offer to host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet (CHOGM) this year at New Zealand instead of in Sri Lanka, to save the dignity and decorum of the member states of the Commonwealth. The TAF also reminded the NZ government of its earlier request to explore the possibility of suspending Sri Lanka from the Commonwealth. Read More >>

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Sri Lanka Army Atrocities:
SLA threatens Mannaar farmers not to protest against discrimination
22 Feb 2013
The demonstration and fasting campaign organized by farmers organizations in Mannaar district earlier this week to protest against the discrimination by the SL government in Colombo in providing relief to affected farmers following the recent floods, was put off due to the threat issued by the intelligence Unit of the occupying Sri Lanka Army that those participating would be dealt severely under the ‘Sri Lankan Law’. Due to the threat and intimidation exerted by the SL intelligence, the demonstration was now put off for February 26, the organisers said. Read More>>

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LLRC UN Deeply disturbed by shooting of journalst in Sri Lanka and status of LLRC Sri Lanka fails to keep war probe promises: UN
Feb 13, 2013
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka has failed to honour promises to investigate serious rights abuses and allegations that thousands of civilians were killed in the final stages of its ethnic war, a UN report says.The report by human rights experts, which was submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Monday, found that investigations by local authorities were inconclusive and were not independent or impartial.Navi Pillay precludes ‘procedures’ to adopt by UNHRC processWhile the US officials, who visited the island of Sri Lanka last month, were talking of tabling a ‘procedural resolution’ to approach affairs of the island at the March sessions of the UNHRC in Geneva, the report that has come from the office of Ms Navi Pillai (OHCHR) on Monday outlined what procedures have to be taken to further the processes started with last year’s resolution at the UNHRC. When the US-tabled resolution, watered down by India and passed last year, was fundamentally responsible for the acceleration of structural genocide of Eezham Tamils as witnessed in the course of the year, any further ‘procedural’ enhancement of the resolution is like decorating the rat’s tail with a silk tassel, as the saying in Tamil goes (eli vaalukku padduk kungncham), commented human rights activists in Jaffna.
Sri Lankan voices heard at UN Human Rights Council in Geneva 
Human rights and civil society groups have been making their voices heard in Geneva, ahead of the US-sponsored motion.[Presenter: Sen Lam; ABC Radio Australia :- 12 March 2013]EU concerned over Sri Lanka’s human rights and accountability
… The EU representative says that issues of human rights and accountability must be addressed and EU has publicly commented on the issue… 12-Mar-2013

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Reprts From UNHRC

Reports From UNHRC

Despite tens of  millions of students protesting all over Tamil Nadu this week, requesting stern action against Genocidal Sri Lanka,
http://www.eelamenews.com/?p=110581
March 19, 2013
The Indian government seems to have been successful in watering down the proposed second US resolution against Sri Lanka at the UNHRC. The revised US draft, which was tabled on Monday, is much softer and “there is a lot of evidence to clearly show the imprint of Indian influence,” said G
Ananthapadmanabhan, Chief Executive of Amnesty International in India.

The revised US draft resolution is much softer in the context of the overwhelming volume of new evidence that has been unearthed since the 21st session of UNHRC last year.

There is a lot of evidence in this draft resolution to clearly show the imprint of Indian influence. There is a significant downgrading of the international community’s concerns regarding human rights violations in Sri Lanka.

The draft resolution places the onus on Sri Lanka to set up a mechanism for a credible, independent investigation given that GoSL has had 4 years to show progress it is disappointing that the resolution does not call for an International investigation.” he added.

[OHCHR (UNHRC) Report on Sri Lanka & LLRC 11 February 2013]
Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on advice and technical assistance for the Government of Sri Lanka on promoting reconciliation and accountability in Sri Lanka
11 February 2013 
Abstracts from above report
64) ………In this regard, the report reaffirms the long-standing call for A/HRC/22/3818 an independent and credible international investigation into alleged violations of international human rights and humanitarian law, which could also monitor any domestic accountability process.

Sri Lankan voices heard at UN Human Rights Council in Geneva 
Human rights and civil society groups have been making their voices heard in Geneva, ahead of the US-sponsored motion. [Presenter: Sen Lam; ABC Radio Australia :- 12 March 2013]

Sri Lanka in Geneva:

Sri Lanka Preparing For Another International Embarrassment
8 Mar 2013 – Geneva

US Draft Resolution: Promoting Reconciliation and Accountability in Sri Lanka Options
Draft as on 1st March:

“No Fire Zone”: The screening of the film/documentary “No Fire Zone” by Channel 4 took place on the 1st March in Geneva UNHRC campus, during this 2013 session. Read about what transpired at the film release.

Resonse from Civil Society to the report submitted by genocidal Sri Lanka at UNHRC 22nd Session in Geneva.

LLRC not implemented: US reports in HR Council session 26 Feb 2013 Watch video.
Advance to time mark 08:00 to view Sri Lanka related matters.

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UN expected to send delegation to Sri Lanka without visas for investigat​ions: Fonseka
28 February 2013

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UNHRC Session 1 March 2013
Read at,
Abstracts:

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay, speaking at the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) yesterday after submitting her annual report for 2012, said she welcomed the release of the report of the internalreview panel [ report] on the United Nations actions in Sri Lanka during the last phase of the conflict. 

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An extract of a mail message from a desparate Tamil:
TAMIL BEG BEG BEG AT AMERICA. PLEASE SAVE TAMIL EELAM FROM SINHALACOLONIZATION. Please DO WHAT YOU CAN.
TAMILS BEG BEG BEG AT GREAT AMERICA.
WE ARE SINKING COME AND SAVE US.
YES YOU CAN USE REGIME CHANGE AS ONE OPTION ALONG THE WAY.

UNHRC Session: Today’s update March 2013

The plight of Tamil women and about proposed US resolution.
28 feb 2013:  By Paul Newman. Message Forwarded by:
 Nadarajah Thirugnanasothy <vnthiru@yahoo.co.uk>

  
Sent: Thursday, 28 February 2013, 18:30
Subject: Today’s updateThis afternoon the International Development Law Organisation, The Australian Permanent Mission, the Permanent Mission of Austria.  The title of the side event was ‘ Women’s acess to justice: Models, strategies and practices from the field’.  Others in attendance included a Finnish minister, Ms.Miriam Estrada, former minister of Social Affairs, Ecuador, Ms.Joy Ngozi Ezeilo, the UN Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and Children, Ms. Erika Feller, Assistant High Commissioner, Protection, UNHCR, Ms.Hina Jilani, former special representative of the UNSG onn Human Rights Defenders, Ms.Silvia Pimentel, Chair, CEDAW working group on women and access to Justice. Ms.Paula Schriefer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, US and the Italian Ambassador to UN The facilitator was Ms.Irene Khan for Secretary General of Amnesty International.After all the presentations, the floor was opened for questioning and as male, I got a chance to speak. I narrated the plight of the SL war widows totaling 90,000, among 140,000 Tamil women which works out to  a ration of nearly 1:14. These women need to compete with men and the SL military as the only jobs available to them are landmine clearance and fishing. They live amidst the military without a right to assembly or mourn the dead. There cannot be any meetings or gatherings without the presence of the military and these women have no access to justice or livelihood, in such a situation how would these women respond under state repression, it is a very pessimistic situation. How would the panel respond?After I spoke there was complete silence.Among the panelists nobody answered my question. After the seminar was over, Dr.Kuna went to Ms.Irene Khan to find out why they had not answered my question. The answer was nobody was competent to answer the question but everyone knew what was happening there. Then , Ms.Miriam Estrada, former minister of Social Affairs, Ecuador told Dr.Kuna that the Sri Lankan situation was always linked to the discussion on terrorism and that gave Sri Lanka to easily escape from being punished. She also told Dr.Kuna that the Security Council decided who needs to be punished and who can escape and she offered her help to the Tamil war widows in her capacity as former CEDAW member and a Professor at Raoul Wallenberg Institute.In the meantime I met Ms.Paula Schriefer, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, US and asked her to spare sometime to discuss SL. She was happy to do so. I told her that the Tamils were disappointed with the US bringing in soft resolutions and giving the state of Sri Lanka an easy route to escape as there were no word such as International Investigations or Genocide or reference to the post war situations of Sinhalisation and militarization. At first she thanked me that I brought up this issue during the question answer session. Then she thanked me on behalf of the US government because they felt that the pressure in Tamilnadu was the key to India joining them.
She further elaborated that the men and women coming out on to the streets in Tamilnadu was much appreciated by the US and that is what has really made New Delhi panicky. She requested that the people of Tamilnadu should keep up the momentum.Then she began explaining the reasons for the soft resolutions. As sovereignty is a big term, no country would like to support a country specific resolution as it was an International insult to the country on which the resolution is directed. That apart every country supporting the resolution wanted a very diplomatic language to be used and not harsh terms. First, countries need to be given adequate time for settling their own issues domestically before the International community could intervene. The International Community feels that Sri Lanka should be engaged constructively.  She felt what US was doing was a very big thing for them keeping in mind Sri Lanka enjoyed the support of Russia and China Internationally.  Her personal opinion was that it would be very difficult to get this resolution passed and US was working overtime on it and that is the reason she was personally present in Geneva.regards
Paul

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Dr.Paul Newman
Bangalore 

அமெரிக்கப் பிரேரணை தொடர்பிலான உபமாநாடு: இந்தியா மௌனம் – மேற்குலகம் விடாப்பிடி – சீனா, ரஸ்யா, கியூபா கடும் எதிர்ப்பு!
8 Mar 2013 – Geneva
UNHRC Sessions March 2013
Watch Video: Navi Pillay, High-Level Segment – 1st Meeting, 22nd Regular Session Human Rights Council
25 Feb 2013 – Ms. Navi Pillay, High Commissioner HRC, Opening of the session and High-Level Segment – 1st Meeting, 22nd Regular Session Human Rights Council (25th February – 22nd March 2013)    …Read More
Vienna Declaration – HR,

பிரித்தானியத் தமிழர் பேரவை
பிரித்தானியா

25.02.2013
புலம் பெயர் தமிழ் மக்களின் மனித உரிமைகள் செயற்பாட்டாளர்கள் குழு ஜெனீவா மனித
உரிமை கூட்ட தொடரில் பங்கேற்பு
ஐக்கிய நாடுகள் சபையின் மனித உரிமைகள் பேரவையின் 22வது கூட்டத் தொடர் இன்று
(25ஃ02ஃ2013) சுவிஸ்சர்லாந்தின் ஜெனீவாவில் ஆரம்பமாகியூள்ளது .இக் கூட்டத் தொடர்
எதிர்வரும் மார்ச் 22ஆம் திகதி வரை இடம்பெறவூள்ளது.
இக்கூட்டத்தொடரில் பங்கு கொள்வதற்காக பிரித்தானிய தமிழர் பேரவையின் ( டீவூகு )
ஒருங்கிணைப்பில்இ கனேடிய தமிழர் காங்கிரஸ் ( ஊயயெனயைn வூயஅடை ஊழபெசநளள)இ அமெரிக்க
தமிழ் அரசியல் செயலவை ( ருnவைநன ளுவயவநள வூயஅடை Pழடவைiஉயட யூஉவழைn ஊழரnஉடை)இ ஆகிய
அமைப்புக்களின் மனித உரிமைகள் செயற்பாட்டாளர்கள் குழு அங்கு சென்றுள்ளது. இதற்கு
முன்னர் இடம் பெற்ற பல்வேறு நாடுகளின் ராஜதந்திரிகள் மட்ட சந்திப்புகளின்
பெறுபேறுகளின் அடிப்படையில் இக் குழு எதிர்நோக்கக் கூடிய சவால்களை கணிப்பீடு
செய்து தமிழர் தரப்பு எடுக்க வேண்டிய அசைவூகளை திட்டமிட்டுள்ளது.
இவர்கள் ஒரு மாத காலம் அங்கு தங்கி இருந்து ஜெனீவாவில் நடைபெற்றுவரும் ஐ .நா
மனித உரிமைகள் ஆணைக்குழுவின் கூட்டத்தொடரில் கலந்து கொண்டிருக்கும்
வெளிநாட்டமைச்சர்கள் இ ராஜதந்திரிகள்இ மனித உரிமைகள் நிபுணர்கள் மற்றும்
முக்கியஸ்தர்கள் என்று பலருடனும் தொடர்ச்சியான சந்திப்புக்களை நடத்த திட்டமீட்டுளது .
2009: Sri Lanka Resolution: Lies of Sri Lanka adopted

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References:Report highlights UN “failure” in Sri Lanka
http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2012/11/sril-n29.htmlLanka Acadamic
ஒபாமாவுக்கான தமிழர்கள் 
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Subject: ஐக்கிய நாடுகள் மனித உரிமைகள் சபையில் அமெரிக்காவின்
தீர்மானத்துக்கு உத்வேகமும்  ஆதரவும் கொடுக்கும்படி ஒபாமாவுக்கான
தமிழர்கள் கேட்டுள்ளனர்.
2009 ம்ஆண்டு,
மேற்குநாடுகள் ஐக்கியநாடுகள்மனிதஉரிமைகள்சபையில் ஒருதீர்மானம் கொண்டுவந்தனர்.
அதில் இலங்கையில் இறுதிப்போரில் பல ஆயிரக்கணக்கானோர்கொல்லப்பட்தற்கு கண்டனம்
தெரிவித்துஒருதீர்மானம்கொண்டுவந்தனர்.
அதற்குபதிலாக இலங்கையின்நட்புநாடுகள் இலங்கையைவாழ்த்தி ஒருதீர்மானம்கொண்டுவந்துநிறைவேற்றினர்.இதன்பின்னர், அமெரிக்கா ஐ.நா. செயலாளர் பான்கீமூன் மூலம் இறுதிப்போர்பற்றி ஒரு நிபுணர்குழுவை அறிக்கையைதயாரிக்க ஏற்பாடுசெய்து அதன்மூலம் பொதுமக்கள் கொலைகள்,
போர்குற்றம் மற்றும் சர்வதேச மனிதாபிமான சட்டம்மீறல்கள் பற்றிய அறிக்கையைதயாரித்துவெளியிட்டது.
பிரிட்டனின் சனல்4  எனும் தொலைக்காட்சி ஊடகம் 14.11.2011
அன்று இலங்கையின் கொலைக்களங்கள்எனும் ஆவணப்படத்தினை வெளியிட்டது.
இதில் இறுதிப்போரில் நடைபெற்ற இனப்படுகொலையையும்,
நடைபெற்ற கொடூரமான போர்க்குற்றங்களையும் வெளியிட்டது.இந்தசான்றுகள் அனைத்தும் அமெரிக்காவிற்கு இலங்கைமீது கோபமடையவைத்தது.
போர்நடைபெற்றகாலத்தில் [2009] போரைநிறுத்தும்படிபலதடவைஅமெரிக்காகூறியும்நிறுத்தாமல்போ ர்செய்தது.
அதனால் பல்லாயிரக்ணக்கானோர் கொல்லப்பட்டமையானது இலங்கைமீது ஒபாமாநிர்வாகத்தினைக் கோபமடையவைத்தது.
இந்தக்காரணியே கடந்தஆண்டு ஐக்கியநாடுகள் மனிதஉரிமைகள் சபையில் அமெரிக்கா தீர்மானம்கொண்டுவர காரணமாகஅமைந்தது.இதன்மூலம் இலங்கையில் நடைபெற்றவிடையங்கள் சர்வதேசத்துக்கு வெளிக்கொண்டுவரப்பட்டது.அமெரிக்கா இம்முறைபோர்குற்றத்துக்குபொறுப் பானசிங்கள தலைவர்களை தண்டிக்கவேண்டும் என்றேதீர்மானம்கொண்டுவர விரும்பியது.
ஆனால் ஐக்கியநாடுகள்மனிதஉரிமைகள்சபையில் உள்ள சில உறுப்புநாடுகள் அதனை எதிர்பார்கள் என்பதற்காக அதனைக்ககொண்டுவரமுடியவில்லை.
ஆனாலும் ஐக்கியநாடுகள் மனிதஉரிமைகள்சபை ஆணையளர் நவநீதம்பிள்ளை அவர்களின் அறிக்கையில் உள்ளபரிந்துரைகளை ஏற்றுக்கொண்டதுடன் அதில்குறிப்பிட்டுள்ள சர்வதேசவிசாரணை தேவை என்பதனையும் வரவேற்றுள்ளது. இதுமுடிவில் தமிழர்களின் இலக்கைஅடைவதற்கான ஒருபொறிமுறையாகஅமையும்.
நாங்கள் அனைவராலும் கைவிடப்பட்ட ஒரு இனம். எமக்கு உதவிசெய்வதற்கு எவரும் இல்லை.
தென்ஆபிரிக்கா எமது பிரச்சனையில் தலையிட்டுதீர்த்துவைக்க ஆர்வம்காட்டுவதாகவும் அதற்கானமுயற்சியில் ஈடுபடுவதாகவும் சில தமிழ்அமைப்புக்கள்கூறுகின்றன.
ஆனால் தென்ஆபிரிக்காவோ மறைமுகமாக இலங்கை அரசாங்கத்துக்கு ஆதரவாகசெயற்படுகின்றது.
தற்போது  நடைபெற்றுவரும்  ஐக்கியநாடுகள் மனிதஉரிமைகள் சபையில  தென்ஆபிரிக்கா
பொஸ்வான என்னும் நாட்டினை இலங்கைக்கு ஆதரவாக செயல்படவைத்துள்ளது.பிராந்தியநாடுகளின் ஒத்துளைப்பு இருந்தமையால் லிபியா, பொஸ்னியா மற்றும் சூடான் போன்றநாடுகள் மீது ஐக்கியநாடுகளால் போர்க்குற்றங்கள் சுமத்தப்பட்டன.
ஆனால இலங்கையின் பிராந்திய நாடான இந்தியா இலங்கை விடையத்தில் மௌனமாகஇருக்கின்றது.எனவே எம்மை சிங்களவர்களிடம் இருந்த ுமீட்பதானது வல்லரசான அமெரிக்காவின்கையிலேயே தங்கியுள்ளது. ஆகவே தமிழர்கள் அமெரிக்கா கொண்டுவரும் தீர்மானத்திற்கு ஆதரவும்  ஊக்கமும்கொடுப்பதாக இருக்கவேண்டும் என தமிழர்களுக்கான ஒபாமா அமைப்பு வேண்டிக்கொள்கின்றது.
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4 comments on “Tamil Hindu Killing Fields in Sri Lanka

  1. Pingback: Ignoring Tamil Hindu Genocide in SL is a sin of Indian Politics. Delhi to Geneva all should make a ‘Justice to the 150000 Tamil victims’. « Struggle for Hindu Existence

  2. kumarathasan
    March 30, 2014

    Kindly take this evidences of GENOCIDE of 149,000 Hindu Tamils to the Parliamentarians preferably Hindus and to all human rights activists, organizations, MLA’s and youth organizations.

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  3. John Knox
    September 18, 2014

    I was going to share this article until I spotted some fake photos from other conflicts and also the fact you label Benjamin Netanyahu & Israelis in such a way leads me to believe this is pure propaganda. Israel offered to help plunk Sri Lankans out of the ocean after the Tsunami but Sri Lanka preferred their own people to drown.

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  4. IamTamil
    November 16, 2016

    இலங்கையில் தமிழர்கள் சுய ஆட்சி கேட்டு போரை ஆரம்பித்தபோது தமிழ் முஸ்லீம்கள் மட்டும் அவர்களுக்கு உறுதுணையாகக் களத்தில் இறங்கியிருந்தால் பிரச்னை இந்த அளவுக்குப் பெரிதாகியிருக்காது. ஆனால், அவர்கள் தங்களைத் தமிழர்களாக அடையாளம் காணவில்லை. இஸ்லாமியராக மட்டுமே அடையாளம் கண்டுகொண்டார்கள்..அவர்களின் வழக்கமே அதுதான். எந்த தேசத்தில் இருந்தாலும் அந்த தேசத்தை அவர்கள் நேசிக்க மாட்டார்கள். பன்றிக்கு என்னதான் அறுசுவை உணவை படைத்தாலும் அது மலத்தையே விரும்பி உண்பதுபோல் அவர்களுக்கு வேறு எந்த அடையாளத்தின் மூலம் எவ்வளவு வசதி வாய்ப்புகள் கிடைத்தாலும் அவர்கள் இஸ்லாம் என்ற ஒன்றுக்கு மட்டுமே விசுவாசமாக இருப்பார்கள். இலங்கையிலும் அதையே செய்தார்கள். அதுதான் ஈழ விடுதலைப் போரை பலவீனப்படுத்தியது. யாழ்பாணத்தில் இருந்து 80,000 பேரை போட்டது போட்டபடி புறப்பட்டுப் போகச் சொன்னதில் எந்தத் தவறும் இல்லை. துரோகிகளைப் பின் வேறு எப்படி நடத்த முடியும்?அவர்கள் தமிழர்களுடன் ஒற்றுமையாக இருந்திருந்தால் இந்தப் பிரச்னை எப்பதோ சுமுகமாகத் தீர்ந்திருக்கும் என்பது மட்டும் நிச்சயம்.

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    ஈழ போரில் தமிழன் தோற்க என்ன காரணம்?
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    கீழே உள்ள இணைய பக்கத்தில் காணலாம்;..
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    http://www.tamilhindu.com/2013/07/vidhiye-vidhiye-play-7/

    THE ENGLISH TRANSLITERATION AS DERIVED FROM GOOGLE TRANSLATE TOOL:

    Sri Lankan Tamils began fighting for self-rule in Sri Lanka. The Tamil Muslims were not listening to them. Only to the extent of this problem peritakiyirukkatu urutunaiyakak, they had swooped down on the field. But they did not identify themselves as Tamils. That is the common method of Islam. They only identified themselves only kantukontarkalavarkal. They love no nation in the world except Islam. In Sri Lanka they did the same thing. That weakened the Eelam liberation war. 80,000 people had to go out and put in Jaffna pottapati nothing wrong. How else we can hold the traitors? If they were in solidarity with the Tamils then their problem would be solved amicably eppato.
    Whatever the reason, the defeat of the Eelam Tamils in the war?
    The related web page can be found below:
    http://www.tamilhindu.com/2013/07/vidhiye-vidhiye-play-7/

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