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Hugh McDermott MP May 20
May 18th was the 10th anniversary of the Mullivaikal Massacre which targeted the Tamil Community in Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan Government must acknowledge and accept responsibility for this Genocide. Thank you to the for this moving remembrance.
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K. Guruparan May 17
10 years on. We will remember. We will live beyond mere existence. We will continue to dream, fight and work for a tomorrow that we can self-determine.
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Prabhu May 17
Today is the day of more than 1, 75, 000 tamil civilians killed by srilanka in 2009. By helping SL, India has given away the imp Indian ocean. This is precise reason y china, US, Israel fighting and creating unrest in SL thru ISIS.
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𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐡𝐭𝐲. May 18
Today marks 10 years since the Mullivaikkal massacre. We remember the innocent lives claimed & the subsequent years of unimaginable heartache. 10 years of displacement, deprivation & denial of truth. “Justice delayed, is justice denied.”
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Thusiyan Nandakumar May 17
Heartbreaking and horrific. A reminder of how raw the wounds from Mullivaikkal remain, a decade on from the massacres. And of how little has been done to ensure closure and accountability for those crimes. How many more bodies lay buried in this sand?
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Eelam Archives May 17
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🌴🥥 May 1
To mark the 10 year anniversary of Mullivaikal Massacre we are posting this photo along with the hashtags (May 1st). Please share with others and a caption talking about how 2009 affected you
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தமிழ் கரிகாலன் May 17
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Thusiyan Nandakumar May 16
"Surrender or commit suicide". That's what the army told the LTTE 10 years ago today. And then it executed those that surrendered anyway. It was a massacre. A calculated, systematic massacre. We need justice for it.
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Tamil Guardian May 17
As part of a collaborative project marking the 10th year since the end of the war in Sri Lanka, the , and , launched: .
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LKA BOY 🇱🇰🇬🇧 May 17
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. To covet truth is a very distinguished passion”
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Tamil Guardian May 17
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Sinega Pwaran May 18
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Eelam Archives May 8
delayed is justice denied. all the displaced who lost their homes in the war crimes committed by the government. The SL army deliberately bombed innocent people and is still not held accountable.
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Sivalingam May 12
10 years today - More than 3,200 killed overnight - UN spokesman Gordon Weiss says 'bloodbath has become a reality' - UN Security Council continues to take no action - Diaspora continues protests
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PEARL Action May 15
Replying to @PEARLAlert
The LTTE welcomed Obama’s calls stating, “Presence and free access for independent humanitarian aid workers and media to all parts of this island, particularly in all areas of the Tamil Homeland, is urgently needed.”
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g was here May 10
In honor of the tenth anniversary of Tamil Genocide Day, I offer this poem that was written in 2009. Poem as audio & text at The Quarry:
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Balaguru May 17
Tamils all over the world will remember and stand for justice
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San Jay May 1
Even 10 years after the genocide, the eelam Tamils in their homeland are still fighting with oppression,torture, injustice,and waiting in vain for answers from the govr
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Sakthy Selvakumaran May 19
This weekend marks 10 yrs since the brutal end to the civil war, killing thousands of civilians (never accounted for). 10 yrs of 'peace' is scarred with years of unaddressed ethnic tensions, now seen in violence against the Muslim population. in review:
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