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President Rajapaksa Is Disqualified To Seek A Third Term: Ex-CJ Sarath N Silva

Despite the implementation of the 18th amendment, former Chief Justice Sarath N. Silva has has stated that President Rajapaksa became constitutionally disqualified to seek a third term on the very day he was elected for a second term. Silva who is presently heading a Committee to draft a new amendment to the Constitution, in an …

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Petroleum Authorities give bribe to Americans

Our oil pipelines from port to Kolonnawa terminal is 40-70 years old and over 900 families live on top of the line. In 2006, there was a proposal to replace this old pipe line with a new delivery line at a cost of US$20million. The diameter was 12” with a total distance of 5.9km with …

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Mahinda Rajapaksa Angry Over TNA Meeting Indian PM Modi; Conveys Displeasure to Sampanthan Through Emissary.

Last Saturday, the President had been up in Nuwara Eliya for the 125th anniversary of the Golf Club. There he had wowed members, society ladies, caddies and cooks alike and when asked to swing a wooden driver to hit the golf ball across the range, he turned to old friend and one time Nuwara Eliya …

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The Nudge From Delhi

By Tisaranee Gunasekara – “All neighbourly and easy talk are gone…..” – Yeats (The Curse of Cromwell) Narendra Modi has spoken. And his words are no different from Manmohan Singh’s. During his meeting with the TNA Mr. Modi has laid down the parameters of his administration’s preferred solution to the Lankan ethnic problem. A political …

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Cyril Ramaphosa, Mahinda Rajapakse & Rudrakumaran Deal Exposed.

Cyril Ramaphosa was in Colombo from 7-9th July, during the discussions with him it was agreed to hand over the coal procurement deal to Trans National Government of Tamil Eelam headed by V Rudrakumaran. This is facilitated by South African Dep President Cyril who owns several coal mines in S Africa, the deal was arranged …

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North Korea finds a new friend in Russia

MOSCOW — Russia has noticeably stepped up efforts to foster relations with North Korea, focusing on economic cooperation. As they embrace, both countries are casting a wary eye on China. There are plenty of signs that the two are cozying up. According to Russian media reports, the authoritarian regime in Pyongyang has decided to grant …

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Here is the explanation to Muslim problem from an expert!

Muslim Behaviour Explained…(Statistically): By Dr Peter Hammond Here is a perspective by Dr. Peter Hammond. Dr. Hammond’s doctorate is in Theology. He was born in Capetown in 1960, grew up in Rhodesia and converted to Christianity in 1977. Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a …

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Japan, a Country keeping Islam and Christianity at bay

1. Japan has put strict restrictions on the Islam and Muslims ! Have you ever read in the news paper that a political leader or a Prime Minister from an Islamic nation have ever visited Japan? Have you ever come across any news paper that King of Iran or Saudi Arabia has visited Japan? The …

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Nasaristan for the Moors (Tamil-speaking Sri Lankan and Tamil Nadu Moors).

MUGHALSTAN is the Muslim response to Hindu Rashtra. Envisaging an united Islamic homeland stretching from Sind to Bengal via Kashmir, it is the very antithesis of Hindutva. No, we Muslims are not going to go to Pakistan as the Brahmins command. Instead we will break India once more and re-unite with our brethren in Pakistan …

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This incident happened in London.

IT’S ALREADY HAPPENING IN SRI LANKA.LOOK AT THE LAST CENSUS REPORT ——-GO TO YOUR NEARBY TOWN ,FRIDAY MID DAY TO SEE TO YOURSELF .HOW MANY SHOPS/BUSINESS PLACES THEY CONTROL. This incident happened in London. With Muslims establishing their own schools, one wonders how their kids will acquire our values and be able to successfully integrate …

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Professor Wichman E-mail Claim: A Michigan professor sent an e-mail telling Muslim students to leave the country.

http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/wichman.asp Professor Wichman E-mail Claim: A Michigan professor sent an e-mail telling Muslim students to leave the country. Status: True. The story begins at Michigan State University with a mechanical engineering professor named Indred Wichman. Wichman sent an e-mail to the Muslim Student’s Association. The e-mail was in response to the students’ protest of the Danish …

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‘Sri Lanka Under Al-Qaeda Threat’; Muslims Condemn Ceylon Today’s Inflammatory Marketing Techniques

Mr Hilmy Ahamed of Sri Lanka Muslim Council ( SLMC ) has written to Ceylon Today on the above matter and according to SLMC, the newspaper is using the subject for their marketing activities. Our response is to this article https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/sri-lanka-under-al-qaeda-threat-muslims-condemn-ceylon-todays-inflammatory-marketing-technique/ Published in Colombo Telegraph is as follows.   Mr Ahamed, It may be that …

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Kumar Moses (A qualified defence writer specializing in Violent Extremist Organisations (VEOs))

It is no secret to anyone with eyes and ears that Islamic extremism is spreading in the island of Sri Lanka like wildfire. Over the past 10 years the number of mosques and other Islamic religious places has more than doubled. When Islamic extremists forced halal on the entire population, the nation succumbed to it …

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No clear direction to develop economy – Chmpika Ranawaka

‘Today, we as a nation are going through an era where the debate on national economy has probably assumed unprecedented heights. Yet, it is an irony that no clear dialogue has yet emerged about the future strategic direction of the development of Sri Lanka’s economy’ said by the Minister of Technology and Research, Patali Champika …

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Muslim Council Wants India To Clarify Daily Mirror Story On “Muslim Extremists Targeting India”

The Sri Lanka Muslim Council (SLMC) has expressed grave concern over reports that have quoted Indian Intelligence officials who have warned of an alleged presence of Muslim terror groups in the country, pointing out that such claims have further fuelled anti-Muslim campaigns in Sri Lanka. SLMC President, N. M. Ameen in a letter to the …

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‘Sri Lanka Under Al-Qaeda Threat’; Muslims Condemn Ceylon Today’s Inflammatory Marketing Techniques

Ceylon Today – one of the mainstream English newspapers in Sri Lanka, has come under heavy criticism following a poster campaign carried out by the company to promote its July 6th issue titled ‘Sri Lanka under Al-Qaeda threat’ bearing the image of a masked, black-clad terrorist wielding a gun. Muslim Ceylon TodayThe Sri Lanka Muslim …

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ISI using Pakistan consulate in Colombo to target South India, says arrested Lankan national

By Aman Sharma & Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury, Economic Times  Dt. Jun 12, 2014 NEW DELHI: Terrorists backed by the Pak ISI were planning to target Chennai port and central railway station as well as airports in Chennai and Bangalore in what now appears to be a deliberate and well-coordinated strategy by Pakistan to encircle India …

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European rights court to rule on French burqa ban

Europe’s top rights court on Tuesday will rule whether France’s controversial burqa ban is “degrading” and a breach of religious freedom in a case brought by a woman described as a “perfect French citizen”.   Under the French law, women wearing full-face veils in public spaces can be fined up to 150  STRASBOURG: Europe’s top rights court on …

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