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Tamil Information - Issue No.6-Vol. Nos. 8 & 9
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
The dynamic Madras evening daily NEWS TODAY carried in its issue of 17th December 1984 an editorial under the title "Enough is enough", which we are reproducing in full in our inner pages. If we can borrow a simile from Francis Bacon in his allusion to books that "some are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested", this editorial is one that deserves to be "chewed and digested" by all Tamils who are concerned about their future in that island polity of Sri Lanka. Editor T.R. Ramasarny has posed the one question that is most relevant to the critical situation in which the Tamils find themselves today: "Gentlemen, what exactly do you want?". A simple question, an embarrassing question, but a question that Editor Ramasamy has a right to ask, because he is speaking from our side of the fence!
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.1 -(01.12.1985)
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
The visit of a high powered 3 member delegation scheduled to leave for Iran on 10th November was cancelled by Iranian authorities immediately prior to the scheduled departure. The team was to consist of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tyronne Fernando, Chairman of the ruling party Harsha Abeywardane and SLFP MP Halim Ishak. The reason for the cancellation was to show Iran’s displeasure over Sri lanka’s contacts with Israel, particularlyPresident Jayawardene’s recent meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres In Paris. According to Iranian newspaper “Islamic Republic”. This was later confirmed by the Iranian Foreign Ministry. The Sri lanka Foreign Ministry contacted by the Colombo newspaper. “The Island”, declined to comment on the matter5. (virakesari 13/11 and Island12/11 and 13/11.
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Tamil International - Vol 1 - Nos. 2 & 3
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
So, Mossad is here! The speed with which President Jeyawardena moved in to fill the awed silence that followed the tragic blast at Madras air port was a classic demonstration of the art of political one-upmanship. Even before Madras could blink its eyes or count its dead, the 78 year fox was busy writing a letter to Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi not merely expressing the customary “shock and grief”, but calling on her to “unite to fight terrorism”! The insinuation was as loud as the bomb.
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Tamil International - Vol 1- No.1
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
If thirty six years of “freedom” from British rule had left them worse off than under colonialism, the past seven years of President Jayawardena’s rule have made them refugees and hostages in their own country; made them manful ‘tigers’ but also hunted humans; made them runaways and wanderers and job and asylum seekers in the five continents of the world.
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Tamil Information - Vol 1-No.7
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
Genocide or Liberation? Id does not require much discernment to know that the gentleman occupying the box seat in Sri Lankan affairs today is nor President Jayawardene, but the Minister of National Security and de facto commander-in-chief of the armed forces – Lalith Athulathmudali. Ordinarily, it would not have mattered two cents to the Tamils who are groaning under the heel of an oppressive government, whether Jayawardene rules or Athulathmudali reigns. But it matters now.
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Tamil Information - Vol 1 - Nos. 4 & 5
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
Sri Lanka’s national army used to have a proud record. For nearly thirty five years of the country’s independence, the army suffered no causalities. The only loss of life came through cirrhosis of the liver! But that was also because the Ceylon army saw no action. Most of the action it saw was in the kitchen and the bedroom.
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Tamil Information - Vol 1-No.6
Uploaded Date: 20/04/2013
The Jaw-jaw is preferable to war is an axiom that no one will contest on principle; particularly if the wisdom has at last dawn on the Sri Lanka government that the only jaw-jawing worth having should be with the Tamil Eelam militants and not with the political eunuchs who once led the Tamil people under the banner of the TULF and took them for a ride on the Eelam bandwagon.
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Tamil Information - Vol 1 - Nos. 4 & 5
Uploaded Date: 19/04/2013
Sri Lanka’s national army used to have a proud record. For nearly thirty five years of the country’s independence, the army suffered no causalities. The only loss of life came through cirrhosis of the liver! But that was also because the Ceylon army saw no action. Most of the action it saw was in the kitchen and the bedroom.
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