25 October, 2020

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The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

By Muhammed Fazl

Muhammed Fazl

Muhammed Fazl

How [can there be a treaty] while, if they gain dominance over you, they do not observe concerning you any pact of kinship or covenant of protection? They satisfy you with their mouths, but their hearts refuse [compliance]…. – Al-Quran 9:8

Blood was shed, lives were lost, businesses and property destroyed. While the fabric of society is being threatened, spells danger it does when the inclusion of Sri Lankan Muslims itself is seriously being questioned. 

In a multi-religious multi-racial country, where unverified ancient history is only a myth, the question of ‘ownership’ of the country by a particular race need not arise when it serves no purpose or if it is detrimental to the development of the country. Considering the inclination measurements of the average Sri Lankan for change, chances of racist mentalities of the majority community embracing pluralism seems pretty remote as well.

Back to square one where the political demography stands divided on racial/religious lines, one cannot readily find fault with TNA and SLMC for pandering to Tamil and Muslim votes respectively. As much as I am a proponent of the ‘separation of the state and religion’, when communities are victimized solely due to their race or religion, loyalties to the same communities by their representatives cannot be avoided and need to be acknowledged and accepted.

MF1Common it is now to play the ‘communal card’ by selfish politicians in seeking votes, power and wealth, but little do they realize the long term effects in doing so. Sri Lanka has had its fair share of ethnic violence in the last century, and sitting on a volcano waiting to erupt, the last thing this country needs is for one community to antagonize the other. If outfits like Bodhu Balu Sena (BBS), Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) and Ravana Balaya (RB) stirs up nationalist/Buddhist passions all for the sake of supporting the despotic president Rajapaksa, the Muslims, the Tamils and the Catholics/Christians should be able to do the same in electing legislators from their own kind when electing a new government.

Being a Muslim and speaking on behalf of my community, what is NOT acceptable is when politicians with Muslim names, pretending to be looking out for the interests and for the well-being of the Muslims, continue fooling the faithful while working hand-in-glove with the racist Rajapaksa in order to diminish the powers and importance of the peace loving Muslim community of Sri Lanka.

Once again, might is not right, nor should popularity be construed as competence. While modern day elections have nothing to do with the Islamic system of governance, it does lead to confusion, personal ambition, favoritism, greed and disorder among others. If the need for legislators to represent the Muslims becomes crucial, candidates should be competent, qualified and most importantly they should have integrity.

Unfortunately, with the present lot, either the above traits are absent at the time of their candidature or lost once elected. Furthermore, the current Muslim legislators have failed to protect the Muslims, their property and their places of worship from closing or being destroyed by marauding Sinhalese mobs. They have failed to establish a modest dress code nationwide for the schooling weaker sex or to provide a higher level of education for the deserving and the downtrodden. They have failed to protect the community from unfair government taxes, enacted with the sole intention of specifically targeting businesses owned by the Muslims. The list is endless… yet the so-called ‘Muslim parliamentarians’ have the audacity to seek a further mandate or to stake a claim for the ‘right to represent’ the community.

With a history of being second-class citizens in their country of birth, I believe it is time for the Muslims of Sri Lanka to reclaim the lost glory and to take the fight to the enemy territory. The current ‘circus’ has to stop and stop now.

Call me a ‘modern day Saladin’ or an Iconoclast, but there should be NO COMPROMISE in barring the ‘old-guard’ from making a comeback. The ‘old guard’ in this case is in reference to the likes of Mr. Abdul Cader of Kandy, Mr. Fowzi, Mr. Alavi Moulana and the rabid canine A.H. M Azwer. Not knowing where the likes of Mr. Muzammil of NFF or Mr. Nawzer Fowzi Jr. belong, I could only sympathize with their plight should a new government is formed. For the sake of redeeming their lost integrity, I believe one final opportunity should be extended to the self-serving Mr. Faiszer Musthapha, Mr. Rishard Bathiudeen and to the rest of the crossed-over-to-government SLMC parliamentarians. Failure to be ‘righteous’ even at this decisive juncture, I believe they maybe ‘banished’ from the Muslims society in to oblivion and branded as traitors to the community for the rest of their lives.

The ‘enemy status’ of the Mahinda Rajapakse government in the eyes of the Muslim community has now been well established and no sweet words of the actor president will reverse their convictions, not now not ever. The ‘rattle snake’ that he is, Mr. Rajapaksa cannot rattle no more the steadfastness of the country’s Muslims. They may even appear as BBS, JHU or as RB, but look will the enemy for places to hide when/if the Muslim kind decides to ‘raise its head’. Also the cowardice of the likes of Gnanasaras was exposed by their absence when LTTE was running amok and I have no reason to believe they would act any different when facing the wrath of the Muslims.

Come elections or no, miscalculating the silence of the Muslims as a weakness could be indeed costly for Gotabaya Rajapaksa-led outfits such as BBS and for the present ruling class itself. The struggle for justice and equality should be only against corrupt, divisive and abusive politicians and their henchmen. Where they stand, the present enemies of the Muslims seems to be none other than the same politicians whom they elected from their own community and who happens to be well bribed by the devious Mahinda Rajapaksa, and NOT the peace loving Buddhist/Sinhalese majority. While history has taught us that a traitor is a bigger threat than the enemy itself, ‘mob justice’ may just be in vogue when dealing with corrupt politicians, especially when ‘fresh thinking’ is infused to the camps of the opposition forces.

On a conciliatory note, when Muslims and their legislators are found to be complicit in the continuous persecution of the same minority community they belong to, I sincerely hope the methods adopted in the event of a ‘mob justice’ would be humane enough for the guilty to endure. Should the existing ‘Muslim’ parliamentarians, thanks to their disunity, fail to see the signs of impending dangers ahead, my fear of an ‘Islamic Khilafa’ (Islamic Caliphate) styled movement rising its head within our shores may not be unfound after all.

*The writer is an independent social/political activist and can be contacted on muhammedfazl@msn.com and through FB (Fazl Muhammed Nizar).

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    Fazl,

    What’s got into you. Your language is intemperate and unnecessarily inciting.

    You are sending mixed messages here. A Islamic Caliphate to fight injustice of the BBS and JHU? Injustice cannot be alleviated by establishing another equally unjust state. No thanks brother Fazl, we must find a better way to tackle attacks on minorities by the small number of Sinhala Buddhist racist thugs. The invincibility of the Rajapaksa brothers will be undone sooner or later by the nature of their abject misrule. Sooner if only the slumbering RW will wake up.

    And also for the record, ‘mob justice’ in any form is never humane. It is as cruel as extra judicial killings or torture.

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      Excellent comment BBS Rep!

      Fazl is using immature, militant language here. Which almost certainly will play into the hands of racists who are harassing minorities in Sri Lanka.

      What is required is a broad based coalition of all races & religions to fight hate-mongering in Sri Lanka.

      Not only do we need to fight RB, BBS & JHU. We need to turn away from SLMC & TNA too. For all these are race & religion based entities.

      Cheers!

      PS: Islamic Caliphate lunatics would have arrived in Sri Lanka sooner or later anyway. Given how fast they are spreading globally. They are there in the UK. A so called well developed, democratic, tolerant, transparent country. However, Fazl may have a point in that current political misuse of hate-mongering against Sri Lankan Muslims by Rajapassa clan may attract Caliphate lunatics sooner. Rather than later.

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        Muhammed Fazl’s writing shows the Muslims’ thinking is slowly changing in light of BBS actions and the inaction of the state and the Sinhala lead government.

        With the ISIS gathering momentum elsewhere, Sri Lankan rulers are asking for trouble. This time it might be a free for all unlike with the LTTE: The whole island might be engulfed in turmoil.

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        Ben Hurling

        “Not only do we need to fight RB, BBS & JHU. We need to turn away from SLMC & TNA too. For all these are race & religion based entities.”

        They may or may not be racists parties. Whom do you want the minorities to support?

        I take it that you want the minorities to support other racists parties from the list below:

        Prajathantrawadi Pakshaya

        Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna

        Jathika Nidahas Peramuna

        Mahajana Eksath Peramuna

        Lanka Sama Samaja Party

        Liberal Party (Rajiva)

        Sri Lanka Nidahas Pakshaya

        Eksath Jathika Pakshaya

        Nava Sihala Urumaya

        Desha Premi Jathika Peramuna

        Sinhalaye Mahasammatha Bhoomiputra Pakshaya

        Sri Lanka Peratugami Pakshaya

        Ben Hurling

        Can you recommend a least racist party from the above lists?

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          Native,

          Comprehensive list. Thanks!

          However, the list does not look pretty. I understand our common predicament.

          What to do?

          Let us continue with the excellent RB, BBS, JHU, SLMC & TNA system then. At least for a while.

          Until Sri Lanka’s inevitable, ethno-religious destruction is a fact.

          Cheers!

          PS: Enjoy the ride, while you can!

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          NV why have you not included the Communist Party in the list? Do you think it least racist ?

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            Uthungan

            Sorry I didn’t mean to somehow it didn’t cross my mind?

            Is there a Communist Party in Sri Lanka? Where were the Communist all these years since Peter?

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      Muhammed Fazl –

      1. “Being a Muslim and speaking on behalf of my community, what is NOT acceptable is when politicians with Muslim names, pretending to be looking out for the interests and for the well-being of the Muslims, continue fooling the faithful while working hand-in-glove with the racist Rajapaksa in order to diminish the powers and importance of the peace loving Muslim community of Sri Lanka.”

      2. “With a history of being second-class citizens in their country of birth, I believe it is time for the Muslims of Sri Lanka to reclaim the lost glory and to take the fight to the enemy territory. The current ‘circus’ has to stop and stop now.”

      Have you heard of Quisling? Vichy France,? Uncle Tom?

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quisling

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Tom

      Now remember, yes there are Racists and Chauvinistic Sinhala Buddhist in Lanka, but they are not yet the majority even though they are vocal and agitate a lot. The Rajapaksa regime miscalculated assuming most of the Sinhala Buddhists are racists, and got some Racist monks and goons to attack the Muslims and Christians, because they are a threat to Sinhala “Buddhist” Hegemony.

      Unfortunately for the Rajapaksas it seems to have backfired. Now Mahinda Rajapaksa wants to send every Sri Lanka Muslim to Mecca for Haji. Why? Because he knows that he may not get mote than 50% of the Sinhala Buddhist Support.

      What does it tell you. Rajapaksa in order to retain power he has tried to use the Buddhist against the Muslims, and is now concerned about his reelection.

      3.”my fear of an ‘Islamic Khilafa’ (Islamic Caliphate) styled movement rising its head within our shores may not be unfound after all.”

      Islamic Khalifa and kingdoms were fine when the majority of the inhabitants were illiterate and ignorant. a 1,000 years ago. They had mixed results.

      Now remember, Arabs these days have low I.Q. 80-84. Is is due to inbreeding? The reason why many of the Arab states have failed may have something to do with this. For the Sri lanka Muslims to have a Caliphate and Appoint a dud is the solution? No.

      Besides, in general the IQ of the Sri Lankans are low, 79 compared to Western Europe and East Asia 100 to 105. Besides why change the operation strategy with the vast majority of Sinhalese Buddhist, because of a fringe minority elements like BBS and JHU, who never got more than 10% of the Sinhalese Buddhist Vote. Even SLMC did not get more than 12% of the Muslim vote.

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      Muhammed Fazl

      RE: The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

      What about the “modern” Wahhabi caliphate of Saudi Arabia?

      Half a million Saudis under 35 are illiterate, statistics show

      http://english.alarabiya.net/en/perspective/features/2014/11/11/Half-a-million-Saudis-under-35-are-illiterate-statistics-show.html

      Saudi Gazette | Dammam
      Tuesday, 11 November 2014

      A total of 524,435 Saudis aged 15-34 have not received any education, according to the kingdom’s Central Department of Statistics.

      In a report published by Makkah daily on Monday, the department said the citizens in this group were made up of 270,972 males and 253,463 females.

      They account for about 5 percent of the 10 million citizens in this age group.

      A number of experts considered this to be a high rate taking into account the huge budgets allocated for education and literacy campaigns.

      Other experts said the number consisted of many mentally and physically challenged people who were not able to enroll in schools.

      Thoraya Al-Arid, an education expert and Shura Council member, said a number of family and societal factors had to be taken into account.

      “Many low-income families are not usually keen about the education of their children,” she said.

      She also blamed behavioral problems, including the use of drugs, to be among the factors preventing young men and women from having access to a proper education.

      Al-Arid noted many girls were married while at the elementary school, thus preventing them from receiving any education.

      “Large families may ignore their children’s education because they cannot bear the financial costs,” she said.

      Al-Arid said the non-existence of a law making it obligatory on parents to educate their children is one of the factors that caused illiteracy among young men and women. She called for drafting a law that would allow the imprisonment of fathers who do not maintain a minimum level of education for their children.

      “In the West, the father who fails to provide his children with education until the secondary stage will be punished,” she said.

      Al-Arid also called for raising the age of marriage for girls, making education compulsory until the intermediate level and implementing rules preventing the employment of children.

      Abdulaziz Al-Dakheel, chairman of the Saudi Society for Social Studies, said: “The number of the uneducated Saudis seem to be reasonable when we take into account the large number of autistic and children with special needs who cannot go to schools.

      “The number of rehabilitation centers for disabled children is little and these centers are only found in big cities and towns. This also adds to the large number of the uneducated.”

      Al-Dakheel called for making education obligatory until the intermediate level.

      “Fathers who leave their children uneducated should be penalized under the law, especially as the government has been lavishly spending on education,” he said.

      Ahmed al-Mofreh, member of the education committee at the Shura Council, said the literacy programs of the Ministry of Education have greatly reduced the number of uneducated citizens in the Kingdom.

      “The adult education programs, the literacy campaigns and the summer education camps will further reduce the number of illiterate citizens,” he said.

      Mofreh said most uneducated citizens live in villages and hamlets involved in agriculture and animal raising and they prefer doing these jobs to going to school.

      “You cannot convince these people to quit their jobs or leave their places to go to school,” he said.

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      Muhammed Fazl –

      RE: The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

      Right now in Iraq ans Syria They have Iblis Caliphate.

      In sri Lanka there is a Mara “Calophate” with BBs and Sinhala Ravya.

      All are extremists, and need to be sidelined.

      Deadly Alliances Against Muslims

      http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/16/opinion/deadly-alliances-against-muslims.html?_r=1

      On his 79th birthday in July, the Dalai Lama appealed to Buddhist extremist groups in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to stop instigating attacks against Muslim minorities that have killed scores. Instead, in an affront to Buddhism’s core message of compassion, leaders of those groups announced an alliance to make common cause against Muslims.

      “The time has come to ally internationally,” Galagodaththe Gnanasara, the leader of the radical Sri Lankan Buddhist group Bodu Bala Sena, announced at a convention held in Colombo last month. The guest of honor was Ashin Wirathu, a Buddhist radical whose picture Time magazine put on its July 1 cover as “The Face of Buddhist Terror.” The government of Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa ignored pleas by Sri Lankan Muslim and Christian civil groups, fearful of more anti-Muslim violence in their country, to deny Mr. Wirathu a visa. Granting Mr. Wirathu a visa can only reinforce the fears of many Muslims that the government — and perhaps more powerful regional allies — back Bodu Bala Sena, which translates as Buddhist Power Force.

      Last week, Mr. Gnanasara claimed he was in discussions “at a high level” with the right-wing Indian Hindu group Rashtriya Swayam Sevak to form what he called a “Hindu-Buddhist peace zone” in South Asia. A Rashtriya Swayam Sevak spokesman, Ram Madhav, promptly denied that there were any such discussions. But Mr. Madhav, now general secretary of India’s governing Bharatiya Janata Party, has written comments sympathetic to Bodu Bala Sena and Mr. Wirathu’s group 969 in Myanmar on his Facebook and Twitter accounts.

      It is folly for the governments of Mr. Rajapaksa in Sri Lanka, President Thein Sein of Myanmar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India, or their political allies, to give even the appearance of tolerating these Islamophobic groups in a region that has too often been convulsed by religious sectarian violence. They should condemn this mad alliance before it can spread further.

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      Fazl, have you taken leave of your senses?

      Yes, the Muslim community is divided in its political affiliations. Now it is also clear that the community is divided as to what to do. To fight, or flee.

      Have you just woken up from a very long sleep? We are still trying to find the bodies of our Tamil brethren. The same ‘heroes’ of Nandikadal are still in tight underwear and waiting for a chance to chalk up another victory in the officers mess. They are waiting for an excuse; if the Muslims gave them the opportunity they will promptly point to a ‘foreign conspiracy’ and the bullets will fly.

      Patience, my friend, let the bastards shoot themselves in the foot. The world is watching what Percy and Gota will do next.

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        Muhammed Fazl –

        The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

        The Islamic Inbreeding Caliphate.

        Get rid of the Inbreeding. It will make Muslims more intelligent and improve.Make Muslims be aware of it. Do Not let them get away with saying it was the Prophet’s Sunnah, because Kadija was not a First Cousin in the FIRST Marriage.

        Please bring this the forefront.

        http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com/2014/09/50-generations-of-ill-advised.html

        16 September 2014

        50 Generations of Ill-Advised Inbreeding has
        Created Many of the Deranged Morons You
        Now See Chopping Heads on YouTube

        As you may have heard previously (if you live in the West), Muslim inbreeding is a HUGE problem that nobody in the Islamic world has had the courage to confront -or even acknowledge- due to it’s outright endorsement by Muhammed, who led-by-example and married his own first cousin. But the (ongoing) genetic damage to the offspring in such marriages is severe…
        and naturally, getting worse within any society in which this nonsense
        is allowed to continue.

        Of course, the practice of first-cousin-or-closer marriage is banned in civilized, Judeo-Christian countries, as it has been since the days of Moses. Conversely, it was sanctioned by Muhammad (who’s words and actions are the end-all and be-all to these people) and has been going on now for
        1400+ years in the hellbound Muslim world.

        While obviously as politically-incorrect as can be, a recent study produced by a Danish psychologist took a long, hard look at the facts- I never was able to source the original report, but the shrink’s name is Nikolai Sennels, and I found he now blogs at a site you’ll likely be familiar with, Jihad Watch.

        The study concluded that all this serial inbreeding in Islamic societies already has done what is likely to be irreparable damage to their gene pools, and with this a dramatic reduction of intelligence, sanity, and health among Muslim people.

        It found half of all Muslims in the world are inbred. This is nothing ‘racist’, mind you- logic dictates that large numbers of violent super-idiots -such as we see among ISIS et. al.- could develop within any race that embraced such ignorant, damaging practices.

        PEW’s map of Muslims by country:

        In Pakistan, the inbred-marriage numbers approach 70%. Even in England, more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins (where their birth defects are the thing of legend), while in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants was found to be approximately 40%.

        Other Muslim countries: 67% in Saudi Arabia, 64% in Jordan, and Kuwait, 63% in Sudan, 60% in Iraq, and 54% in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

        Due to this, the risks of what are called autosomal recessive disorders such as cystic fibrosis and spinal muscular atrophy is 18x higher, while the risk of death due to gruesome malformations is 10x higher.

        Other negative consequences of inbreeding include a 100% increase in the risk of still births and a 50% increase in the possibility that a child will die during labor.

        And not that anybody will be surprised, but such inbred children typically score 10-16 pts lower IQ, while social abilities also develop at a dramatically slower pace.

        Global frequency of marriages between first cousins or closer:

        The risk of having an IQ lower than 70 -officially ‘retarded’- increases by an astonishing 400% among children of first-cousin marriages.

        Once again, nothing ‘racist’ here- similar effects were observed in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and even the eyes-too-close-together British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for some period of time.

        According to Dr. Sennels, ‘the ability to enjoy and produce knowledge and abstract thinking is simply lower in the Islamic world.’ Fact is, the Arab world translates just 330 books every year, about 20% of what Greece alone does.

        In the last 1200 years of Islam, just 100,000 books have been translated into Arabic, the equivalent of what Spain does in a single year. And consider this pitiful statistic: 7/10 Turks have never even read a book.

        So ignorant, so angry, SO stupid… and so violent. Just the way their Imam and/or warlord likes ’em.

        This built-in stupidity makes Muslims even less suitable for life in the West than they already would have been: ‘A lower IQ, together with a religion that denounces critical thinking, surely makes it harder for many Muslims to have success in our high-tech knowledge societies.’

        Meanwhile back home, Muslim countries produce just 10% of the world average when it comes to scientific research measured by articles per million inhabitants.

        As noted in the study, mental illness is also a frequent product of Islamic inbreeding. The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of schizophrenia. The increased risk of insanity may explain why more than 40% of patients in Denmark ‘s biggest ward for clinically insane criminals have an immigrant background, according to Dr Sennels.

        There is no doubt that the common -even desired- practice of first cousin marriages among Islamic societies has all but insured that the Muslim world will never amount to anything more than a massive headache for the rest of us unfortunately stuck here on a planet with them.

        For those who DO make the effort to find a wife they’re not closely related to, Muslims’ religious beliefs prohibit marrying ANY non-Muslim, thereby preventing them from adding any fresh DNA to their populations. The cumulative genetic damage done to Arab/Pashtun etc. gene pools since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1400 years ago is surely massive.

        Simply put, Islam is not merely some benign and morally-equivalent-alternative to our (FAR superior) western, Christian-based culture. And the fact is that these people are seriously FUBAR- all kidding aside, there’s likely no fixing them now- or ever.

        Time to weave that reality into our nation’s immigration, social,
        and foreign policy…

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      BBS Rep,
      What you say is very true.
      “by the small number of Sinhala Buddhist racist thugs.”
      However, I couldn’t agree with your above comment (small number)
      There is an article on LankaCNews about preparing chairs for Pope Francis visit. Author of the article see offering a chair with Sinhalese traditional designs (Sinhasana) to pope as an insult.. 90% of commentators are insulting Christianity, Christian (Lanka Muslims were mentioned too) with very filthy words .. Offering a chair with Sinhalese traditional “Katayam” to Pope made all these S-Buddhist people mad..what a pity … I guess 40~50% Sinhalese Buddhist are ultra supremacist…

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        AVB ,

        yes , you may be right , but pl remember Lanka C news web site is run by Modawansa and its readers & commentators are his followers , no decent Sinhalese would read such vulgar !

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      Muhammed Fazl –

      RE: The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

      Fazl, are infected by the Iblis, Wahhabi, Isis, ISIL, Virus?

      Most of the ISIL ISIL infected were young from 17-21, because their intelligence was low. Furthermore, they do nor know Islam.

      If you want to help the Muslims do the Following.

      I have a few Questions for You.
      Q1. Who is a a Muslim? Q2. ISIS, ISIL, IS. Claims they are Islamic and Muslims. They Claim the I stands for Islamic? Amarasiri respectfully differ. Amarasiri claims that I actually stands for Iblees or Iblis, the Arabic word for devil.

      Why not call a spade a spade. If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and eats like a duck, why not call it a duck.

      So why cannot you people call ISIS, ISIS, IS As the Ibeess State and not Islamic state that follws the devil, The Satan., the Inbeess. Theare another version of the Wahhabi Iblees and their clones.

      Who are the Wahhabis, Salafis, Deobandis, Taliban. ISIS Boko Haram etc? They are the Devil, Satan, Shaitan. Iblees, and Lucifer followers?

      Here is the support, given velow. Hadith of Najd

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadith_of_Najd

      Muslim Scholars Release Open Letter To Islamic State Meticulously Blasting Its Ideology.

      They should be using Iblees, instead of Islamic to refer to ISIS or ISIL, the Wahhabi Spin off.

      http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/24/muslim-scholars-islamic-state_n_5878038.html

      Enumerating its atrocities — the mass rape of women, the gunning down of children, the starvation of religious minorities — Obama concluded: “No God condones this terror.”

      Here is the executive summary of their letter:

      http://lettertobaghdadi.com/index.php

      1. Ask Muslims in and other who inbreed to give up that practice. It makes the offspring sick, and of low intelligence.

      http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v266/n5601/abs/266440a0.html

      http://europenews.dk/en/node/34368

      2.. Ask them to know their religion. Ask them not to learn religion from Iblis, Satan and Terrorists.

      We must defeat ISIS for the future of Islam says Jordan’s queen

      http://www.iraqinews.com/arab-world-news/must-defeat-isis-future-islam-says-jordans-queen/

      (IraqiNews.com) On Tuesday, Jordan’s Queen Rania al-Abdullah said that the US-led campaign against the ISIS group will determine the future of the Arab world, and stressed that ISIS must be defeated for the future of Islam.

      “The coalition must be broader. It’s the fight for the future of Islam….It’s a fight that we have to win” said the queen.

      Noteworthy, Hashemite kingdom of Jordan has joined the US-led campaign against the ISIS group in Syria and Iraq along with other Arab Gulf states including Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

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      Muhammed Fazl –

      RE: The ‘Islamic Caliphate’ In Sri Lanka

      You have focused on the wrong Problem

      The roots go to low intelligence due to inbreeding.Here is the Support for my assertion.

      True Prophet Mohamed’s Cousin Ali married his daughter Fatima, and they were related 37.5%, even though Sunnah, Tradition.

      True, Buddha married his cousin Yasodata, with 50% relatedness.

      However, modern Biology has shown that it is disadvantageous.

      http://middleclassmessenger.wordpress.com/2012/12/06/muslim-culture-of-inbreeding-is-cause-of-retardation-and-low-intelligence/

      MUSLIM CULTURE OF INBREEDING IS CAUSE OF RETARDATION AND LOW INTELLIGENCE

      MUSLIM CULTURE OF INBREEDING IS CAUSE OF RETARDATION AND LOW INTELLIGENCE
      This is interesting. I had Muslem Students/Officers from both Turkey and Egypt. The Turks showed none of the symptoms expressed here. This kind of explains the behavior exhibited by two of the young Egyptian officers. lgd

      ….this may explain one aspect of a cultural/religious difference.

      1400 years of inbreeding, a huge problem

      Nicolai Sennels is a Danish psychologist who has done extensive research into a little-known problem in the Muslim world: the disastrous results of inbreeding brought about by the marriage of first-cousins.

      This practice, which has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses, was sanctioned by Muhammad and has been going on now for 50 generations (1,400 years) in the Muslim world.

      This practice of inbreeding will never go away in the Muslim world, since Muhammad is the ultimate example and authority on all matters, including marriage. The massive inbreeding in Muslim culture may well have done virtually irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool, including extensive damage to its intelligence, sanity, and health.

      According to Sennels, close to half of all Muslims in the world are inbred. In Pakistan, the numbers approach 70%.

      Even in England, more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins, and in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around 40%.

      The numbers are equally devastating in other important Muslim countries: 67% in Saudi Arabia, 64% in Jordan, and Kuwait, 63% in Sudan, 60% in Iraq, and 54% in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

      According to the BBC, this Pakistani, Muslim-inspired inbreeding is thought to explain the probability that a British Pakistani family is more than 13 times as likely to have children with recessive genetic disorders. While Pakistanis are responsible for three per cent of the births in the UK, they account for 33% of children with genetic birth defects.

      The risk of what are called autosomal recessive disorders such as cystic fibrosis and spinal muscular atrophy is 18 times higher and the risk of death due to malformation is 10 times higher. Other negative consequences of inbreeding include a 100 per cent increase in the risk of stillbirths and a 50% increase in the possibility that a child will die during labor.

      Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating consequence of Muslim marriage patterns. According to Sennels, research shows that children of consanguineous marriages lose 10-16 points off their IQ and that social abilities develop much slower in inbred babies. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the official demarcation for being classified as “retarded,” increases by an astonishing 400 per cent among children of cousin marriages.

      (Similar effects were seen in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and in the British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for a significant period of time.) In Denmark, non-Western immigrants are more than 300 per cent more likely to fail the intelligence test required for entrance into the Danish army.

      Sennels says that “the ability to enjoy and produce knowledge and abstract thinking is simply lower in the Islamic world.” He points out that the Arab world translates just 330 books every year, about 20% of what Greece alone does.

      In the last 1,200 years of Islam, just 100,000 books have been translated into Arabic, about what Spain does in a single year. Seven out of 10 Turks have never even read a book.

      Sennels points out the difficulties this creates for Muslims seeking to succeed in the West. “A lower IQ, together with a religion that denounces critical thinking, surely makes it harder for many Muslims to have success in our high-tech knowledge societies.”

      Only nine Muslims have ever won the Nobel Prize, and five of those were for the “Peace Prize.” According to Nature magazine, Muslim countries produce just 10 per cent of the world average when it comes to scientific research (measured by articles per million inhabitants).

      In Denmark, Sennels’ native country, Muslim children are grossly over-represented ! among children with special needs. One-third of the budget for Danish schools is consumed by special education, and anywhere from 51% to 70% of retarded children with physical handicaps in Copenhagen have an immigrant background.

      Learning ability is severely affected as well. Studies indicated that 64% of school children with Arabic parents are still illiterate after 10 years in the Danish school system. The immigrant drop-out rate in Danish high schools is twice that of the native-born.

      Mental illness is also a product. The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of schizophrenic illness. The increased risk of insanity may explain why more than 40% of patients in Denmark ‘s biggest ward for clinically insane criminals have an immigrant background.

      The U.S. is not immune. According to Sennels, “One study based on 300,000 Americans shows that the majority of Muslims in the USA have a lower income, are less educated, and have worse jobs than the population as a whole.”

      Sennels concludes: There is no doubt that the wide spread tradition of first cousin marriages among Muslims has harmed the gene pool among Muslims. Because Muslims’ religious beliefs prohibit marrying non-Muslims and thus prevents them from adding fresh genetic material to their population, the genetic damage done to their gene pool since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1,400 years ago are most likely massive. (This has produced) overwhelming direct and indirect human and societal consequences.

      Bottom line: Islam is not simply a benign and morally equivalent alternative to the Judeo-Christian tradition.

      As Sennels points out, the first and biggest victims of Islam are Muslims. Simple Judeo-Christian compassion for Muslims and a common-sense desire to protect Western civilization from the ravages of Islam dictate a vigorous opposition to the spread of this dark and dangerous cult. These stark realities must be taken into account when we establish public polices dealing with immigration from Muslim countries and the building of mosques here.

      Let’s hope the West wakes up before a blind naivet about the reality of Islam destroys what remains of our culture and our domestic tranquility.

      Anyone interested in further background on the authors work behind this article may also enjoy the link:

      http://www.newenglishreview.org/Nicolai_Sennels/Muslims_and_Westerners%

      3A__The_Psychological_Differences/

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      Dear Fazl,

      Your intention and effort in making the people (specially the concerned people and authorities) understand what they are doing against the minorities is wrong is appreciable but it is not good enough. Writing articles of this nature is good but your message will reach only to a handful. If you look into your own community, how many knows who is Fazl and what is his message? May be less than 25%?

      Leave the Rajapakshes and the Sinhala Buddhists aside and first concentrate on how to get rid of your own political leaders who are nothing but a bunch of good for nothing scoundrels who will do anything and everything (betray their own people) to keep their perks and portfolios. Educate your community how important it is to have some bold and courageous leaders who are willing to give up everything for their community. To do this, you should go from passive mode (writing articles) to peaceful action mode such as finding some like-minded people of your calibre and forming a pressure group known as Sri Lankans Against Minority Violence or something similar. This is one of the best ways to reach the people (minorities) who are affected and educate them. If required, you can even form a political party not to win elections but to spread your message.

      Your next important task should be a wakeup call to unite all the minorities which is not an easy task. See how the majority community is united, they do not talk about up-country or low-country anymore. They all work as one force. Unfortunately, the minorities are divided into many groups and their leaders are manipulated by the majority to make sure that they remain divided. (Can Sambandan, Rauf Hakeem and Thondaman unite?). Only if the minorities are united as one force (Hindus, Muslims, Christians) at least on common grounds, they can become king/queen makers in Sri Lanka.

      Ganasara Thero says, if someone kill him, he has already made hundreds of people like him to continue the battle. Remember, a one man battle will not last long, you have to create a group or a political party with genuine people of your calibre to continue a peaceful campaign to protect the minorities.

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        Dear Messenger,

        Much thanks for your encouragement. It is easier said than done. Yes, I do not fear none of these jokers, but one needs to spend a fortune even make his/her message conveyed and/or bring about a change. Writing does not cost me much. I am a small time businessman, making enough for me and for my family. While living in the US, I did campaign for a certain candidate. Even in the last General elctions, I was candidate from Puttalam under Dr. Wickramabahu’s Left Front. I did not campaign, but only used the opportunity as a platform to highlight government corruption through a website I had.
        :)

        Besides, power corrupts. Let the educated and the wealthy play the game of power politics… God willing, will rise to the occasion when my country and/or my community has no other recourse.

        Cheers.

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    Firstly the number of Muslim businesses that are connected to and are part of the political patronage chain is astounding, this in turn causes them(Business elites) to be silent regarding attacks on their community.

    Secondly Muslims just like the Sinhalese and the Tamils are not all the same but are part of montage or mosaic and the problems they face do not affect all parts egually. The problems of the Kalmunai, Puttalam, Maligawatte and Colombo 7 Muslim all vary from each other.

    In SL, just like all over the world, The wealthier and politically connected classes hang together and let the lower income types fight it out over what ever remains in terms of resources. The collapse of the left and the ‘selling out’ by the Muslim political leadership to whoever is in power has frustrated and disillusioned Muslims on the receiving end of ethnic attacks.

    In such a scenario the rise of extremism might be possible but is the Muslim community in SL that united so they may present a common front? Is it a trap?? The Tamil insurgency showed how divied the SL Tamil community is. That disunity was used to maximum effect by the majority community. The number of different muslim parties and groups that contest elections show that the fist order of business for the Muslims before engaging in confrontation, is to be united. If not once again it will be ‘poor’ muslims who will loose, while the wealthy will sigh and say what a shame.

    At all costs a ‘humanitarian rescue operation’ for the muslims must be avoided!

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    .
    This teardrop island had just one issue between Sinhala speaking people and Tamil speaking people.
    So, the majority Sinhala speaking people thought, let’s follow Suddha’s policy of divide and rule. So, they divided the Tamil speaking people into Tamils, Muslims and Indian Tamils, and they united Kanydyn Sinhalese and Low-Country Sinhalese into one.
    It helped them survive the first 50 years, will it help the next 50 years?
    :-)

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    FaZL:

    Think, How ISrael exists among muslims.

    Why Sri Lanka can not do the same thing.

    Just read about that. Don’t talk foolish.

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      Israel’s existence?

      Well not for long for my friend…

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    caliphate my foot.This chap is just dreaming.Let him watch the caliphate in the deserts of syria and iraq get wiped out by the US led airstrikes first.As Obama said it will take time but the ultimate result is clear.

    Fools and their lives are parted soon they say.

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    Most articles on this Web say that Mahinda Rajapaksa can not win the next PE but the prestigious Forbes investment Magazine published in USA, in its 30th October issue emphatically notes that President Mahinda Rajapaksa will win the January elections; the political stability has been cited as a reason to invest in Sri Lanka.
    Giving Ten Reasons to Invest In Sri Lanka, a Forbes editorial states that from an investor’s point of view, the case for Sri Lanka is getting strong.
    Sri Lanka has one of the best cases for an economy with the stars aligned in its favour,……..
    I would like to know your comments.
    Thanks.

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      Dear Peiris,

      You were right when you said MR could win based on an investor’s perspective.

      But then the ‘game changer’ was not known to them when they (Forbes Magazine) published the article…

      :)

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    well said.

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    Muhammed Fazl,

    What do you mean by “multi-racial country”?

    How many ‘races’ do you think there are in Sri Lanka?

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      Sharmini Serasinghe

      “How many ‘races’ do you think there are in Sri Lanka?”

      There is only one very stupid race (genetically) but speaks two almost similar languages.

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      Ah, my dear friend Sharmini…

      Replying to Sharmini, I wouldn’t miss it for the world. But first let it be public knowledge that, had it not been for Sharmini’s encouragement and idea in publishing my Facebook posts, I probably wouldn’t have got this far in writing to CT. So, my heartfelt gratitude to her….

      Answering to your question, I believe Sri Lankans are divided and they have and they like to identify themselves as Sinhalese, Malays, Moorish, Muslims, Memons, Bhoras, Catholics, Christians, Burgers, Tamils etc.

      Being married to a girl from the Sinhala/Buddhist community, I for a second wouldn’t want this country divided on racial lines. But when people are victimized due to their ethnic backgrounds, in order to resolve disputes or establish, the need to identify the perpetrators and the victims by the ethnicity arises.

      This article is mostly about traitors within the Muslim community… Mindful of a possible escalation of violence with the majority community, I had to rope in outfits such as BBS, RB etc. But then again, they can be silenced once their Godfathers are unseated…

      :)

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        So , Ms Serasinghe is now a Tutor for Khilafi Kollas in South Asia..

        How cool !!!!

        I am so proud as a Galle Kolla…

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          Dear Sumane,

          Did you just say that you are ‘gal kolla’?

          :)

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            Fazi mate,

            Didn’t you say you have a wife,

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              “Didn’t you say you have a wife, “

              Lots of guys who say they have wives also have have boys on the sidelines for their torrid nights. Nothing strange here. Its only natural and is a universal law of nature. Just check out the zebra enclosure when you visit the Dehiwala zoo next.

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        Fazl Muhammed

        “Being married to a girl from the Sinhala/Buddhist community, I for a second wouldn’t want this country divided on racial lines.”

        Have your relatives converted her into Islam?

        Has she started wearing burqa?

        Just curious.

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          come on NV , don’t go in to that level , it’s none of our business , if she finds it’s ok with it , why bother !

          PS: before she got in to the wholly matrimony , she must have known what was she getting in to, these things are extremely personal and we ought to learn to respect other’s privacy.

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            srilal

            “before she got in to the wholly matrimony , she must have known what was she getting in to, these things are extremely personal and we ought to learn to respect other’s privacy.”

            This is a serious matter we must discuss it with bit of seriousness.

            The questions I raised here is important for women in this island.

            The mixed couple start as two equal partners. They agree on matters of life and death, religion, children, their future and where draw line on religious practices.

            However once they are married the family start pestering the woman into conversion, burqua wearing, what not. The Muslim husband has no choice but to comply with his family’s unreasonable demand. I have a number of Muslim friends who fall in love with non Muslim girls. Later due to family pressure the couples left the country and settled in USA, Europe and Australia where the wives are free to continue to practice their own culture, style and faith.

            As a liberal I am concerned about “Jihadi Love” forced on to hapless girls by boys’ family. I am also concerned about religious bigotry replacing love as an instrument of negotiation between two souls in love.

            Hope Fazl Muhammed will discuss this matter in his future articles.

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          Dear Native,

          Your comment is not politically correct. The Forum participants expect better standards from an erudite Vadda like you.

          Just imagine if Fazi was a woman?.

          You would have been curious to know what changes a Sinhala Buddhist man would have had to go through….Right….

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            K.A Sumanasekera

            I am expressing concerns about the non Islamic women marrying into Muslim families. I am also expressing wider issue of Arabisation of Muslims in this island.

            I am less interested in women’s dress code but their freedom to wear their choice of clothes, any decent clothes which enhance their beauty, comfort and weather resistance.

            Would you like to see your women folks wearing Burqua or sarama with jacket? Most Muslim like Shalwar Kameez, sarees in the old days, Hijab is fine, as long as it does not cover faces.

            I would prefer the Sri Lankan men wearing Burqua to cover their ugly faces and fat bellies.

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        This is something common happening in Sri Lanka as well as in other majority muslim communities. They marry from other religions in order to convert.

        This is happening in Pakistan and in India too.

        Not only that, I heard Sri Lankan businessmen rape Sinhala girls probably to to get married to a muslim.

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      Dear Sharmini Serasinghe ,

      your writings were one of the best , but that was some time back , where have you been ? SL has been dragged to a “paraya ” state by our visionary ,so SL desperately needs your caliber intellectuals to educate her gullible masses about the impending danger which they are facing . please rise up to the occasion and do your bit as a responsible citizen.

      kind Regards

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    Fazl, you have not failed to call a spade a spade in this missive. However, I digress to highlight another important part of our great failures.

    It is the general consensus of most that SL politics stinks. It has become so bad that it takes a lot for anyone not to get mesmerized by its filthy lucre and eventually get sucked into it wholesale, however good his intentions are to come forward to serve the people. With cross-overs and buy-overs made into an art form and even legalized, the people who vote at elections are made to look fools when they are left high and dry and duped time and time again, but have still not come forward (through challenges at Courts) to change this system. They go to the polls to elect their party and choice of candidate, only to get betrayed by the politicians who blatantly violate the mandate of the people by acting against their wishes. They (the politicians) act independently and could care less of the plight of the voters by resorting to ‘horse-trading’ and ‘wheeler-dealing’ to cross over to other parties, taking with them the hopes and aspirations and the mandates of thousands of their voters. They finally end up losing the trust of the voters and most importantly, go against the will of the people. But who cares of peoples frustrations since there is no one to question after they have been empowered? They have already got what they want. This is what bedevils SL politics and all parties, be it the minority, Communist, independent. No one can claim to be truly absolved of this great big loophole in the law.

    Added to that are the nominations and appointments of unelected members of the public to hold ministerial posts (usually family members, favorites and candle holders). Under all of the said conditions, it becomes virtually impossible to hold on to any hope, nor to develop sincere trust and confidence in the elected politicians to carry forward the people’s mandate that they expect, and thus we as voters become highly disillusioned with local politics and our style of electioneering.

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    again an article with rubbish…..it’s fazl and can’t expect anything better than this.

    first of all, SL is not a multi-religious multi-racial country. just because muslim and tamil terrorists live here, it doesn’t make SL a multi-religious multi-racial achcharu. SL is a sinhalese buddhist country and sinhalese buddhists will determine the rulers of this country.

    you kallathonis can’t do anything about it. grow up and do something else rather than writing rubbish

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      Nishantha De Silva,

      The Saudi’s have deported your sister today because she could not give a proper [Edited out]. Stop wasting time writing comments. Find some work to earn some money and feed your sister.

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        all your sisters are still working in saudi because they continue to improve on what they do. hope you are fed well with the money they send to you to write rubbish here.

        [Edited out]

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      Nishantha De Silva

      Where did your ancestors come from?

      Errivirrar Putnam, where vellaikkaarar Padei (South Indian Medieval Mercenaries) were recruited.

      Are you a practitioner of Silambam, Kurunthadi Silambam(Short Stick Silambam), Kuthu Varisai, Varmakalai, Kalari, Valari, ….

      Are you familiar with these vellaikkarar padeis below and let me know which mercenary regiment did your ancestors belong?

      Sirudanattu-Valangai-Velaikkarappadaigal

      Aragiya- Chola-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Aridurgalanghana-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Chandaparakrama-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Ilaiya-Rajaraja-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Kshatriyasikhamani-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Murtavikramabharana-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Nittavinoda-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Rajakanthirava-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Rajaraja-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Rajavinoda-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Ranamukha-Bhima-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

      Vikramabharana-terinda-Valangai-Velaikkarar

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        stupid vedda, you should thank CT for providing a job to keep your useless life occupied by put comments on other peoples posts..

        i wonder where you’ll end up without CT

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      Ela kolla are you still roaming around thungmulla junction looking for lollipops.

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        wala, seems like you’ve got got experience

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    Islamic Caliphate my a88, just try it and see what will happen. There is a foreskin with your name on it.

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      Taraki

      “There is a foreskin with your name on it.”

      But I thought Muhammed Fazl is Muslim.

      Are you a foreskin collector?

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    Dear Muhammad Fazl,

    I understand your anger and frustration: first with the Ruling Rajapaksas, second with the so-called Muslims as politicians working against Muslim interests and supporting the Ruling Rajapaksas. May be your youth caused the rush of blood. Restrain yourself, or you will do more harm than good to your community and to your country.

    But your comments have failed to be mindful of the almost brotherly relations, meaning each loving, protecting, nurturing, and loving the other, that existed between the Buddhists and Muslims for a thousand years – right up to the annihilation of the Tiger Terrorists in 2008. I grew up in a mixed Buddhist / Muslim village in Galle. I lived there for all of my first 20 years of life before leaving Galle for higher education. Each of the communities referred to the other respectfully as “Muslim” and “Sinhala” minissu. There was no hambaya or modaya talks – no disparaging comments about each other. Great tolerance was in evidence for the pirith chanting, bana, sermons, call to prayer, and mowlood recitals emanating over the pansala and palliya loudspeakers. Most generously, the Buddhist perahera tom-toms too observed silence while passing the Jumma Masjid. Customarily the communities shared food and sweet meats during festive occasions. I believe this is the average Buddhist and Muslim even of today. Government policies are no doubt eroding the geniality – but do not blame any species for the bestiality of Rajapaksa.

    Muslims of Sri Lanka, do not need political or militant support from outside of the country. The historically well established and demonstrated goodwill of the Buddhist population towards Muslims, and skillful persuasion to do the right thing can be decisive in ousting the evil Junta. Please remember not a single resident Buddhist of Aluthgama / Beruwala caused any harm to Muslims or their property in that area. That was all done by hired thugs brought in by Gotabaya and Gnanasara.

    I for one yearn to see a United Sri Lanka continue in the tradition with all communities living in peace and harmony, enhancing and embellishing the lives and achievements of the other. It is not too late. Never say die.

    Rajapaksa had a chance to bring about reconciliation after the Tigers, (as distinguished from the Tamil segment of society) were vanquished. Being selfish and evil, Rajapaksa could not bring himself to do that. Sri Lanka has suffered enormously due to that.

    But there is hope. The Buddhist community in Sri Lanka, have realized the chameleon characteristics of Rajapaksa, his mercenary qualities, ruthlessness, self aggrandizement above all policies, and his false religiosity and feigned patriotism. This explains the debacle for him at the recent polls. The Buddhists brought about that, none other. Rajapaksa knows that his hold on the Buddhists is slipping. That is why, before all is lost, the presidential election has been brought forward by two years. That is why the terrorist from Myanmar was put on display to boost flagging support.

    If you do the religious/ethnic math with common sense and intuition, you will realize that Rajapaksa will be hard pressed to garner even 50% of the Buddhist Vote. Muslims, Catholics, Christians, Tamils, and others (except paid mercenaries) will not vote for him. He cannot win the Presidential Elections.

    The prospect for the triumph of the Common Candidate is without doubt faced with many challenges, foremost among them is the damaging hesitation of some of the supporters of the the concept of Common Candidate. The UNP is the only viable alternative with regard to popular support. Ranil Wickremasinghe is the UNP leader. THIS is not the time to challenge RW. Regardless of the past misdeeds or bungling or unstrategic behavior of Ranil Wickremasinge, we who need to oust Rajapakse, must support Wickremasinghe at this juncture in our country’s history. Indecision, hesitation, will be fatal to the cause. Supporters of the Common Candidate must do their utmost to get like minded citizens to come out and vote.

    All those who advocating against RW as the leader are acting dishonestly with the clear intention that Rajapakse should be returned to power. Even today Dayan Jayatilleke, the snake in the grass, has written an article against RW’s leadership under the caption “Candidacy: Why A Karu-JHU-CBK-SF Option Is Better Than Ranil”. Let the people not allow themselves to be fooled. We the people can decide RW’s fate after Rajapaksa is replaced. If RW acts honorably and wisely, we keep him. Otherwise we ditch him. If we managed to ditch the Rajapaksas, anyone can believe that we can ditch Ranil too.

    That said, RW should realize he must wake from his slumber, be proactive with the Common Candidate movement, give leadership, and demonstrate that he is willing to make sacrifices. Travelling overseas at this juncture, unless it is a matter of life and death, is not something he should be doing right now.

    That the Common Candidate can win the Presidential Elections is based on logic and facts on the ground. Rather than the loss of the election by the Common Candidate, there is a bigger, more immediate, threat facing the nation. There are signs that the other brother, Gotabaya, has been making arrangements to stage a coup d’etat if a few days before the elections, it looks certain that the Rajapaksas will be defeated. Gotabaya has all the facilities under his command and control, to enlist mobs to cause a conflagration with ethnic violence, set people and property on fire, destroy businesses, and bring about a dangerous chaotic. The trauma will reach its peak a day or maximum two before Elections. Gota will then impose Martial Law, take over the government by force, cancel the elections, and Mara will be dispatched to go live with one his dictator pals overseas.

    Ranil Wickremasinge has to start thinking and and doing things in a big way and with great vision STARTING RIGHT NOW. By way of explanation I quote from a contribution of one of the CT commentors Navin under the Article “Gota Pledges To Fight Drug War Just Like He Did With LTTE”:
    https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/gota-pledges-to-fight-drug-war-just-like-he-did-with-ltte/

    Quote:
    There are a few things you (the Common Candidate Movement) can start doing:

    Start cultivating the rank and file in the Armed Forces. There are many among them who have been wronged by the top brass. Make it known that the Brigadiers, Generals and other high ups, who are the lickspittle of the Rajapaksas today, will be brought to trial and disposed of. Make it known that a large number of named individuals lower down will replace them with unbelievably high rewards.

    A corollary to this would be to identify high rankers in the other branches of the government muscle. For example publicly threaten Mohan Peiris and a couple of others in the Judiciary known to be Rajapakse stooges with dire consequences, and also announce great rewards for members of the Judiciary who “maintained high standards”.

    Similarly with the Police, Civil Service and Corporate Sector. Regarding the private sector, eg Gora’s Apollo Hospital called by some other name today – promise to nationalize it.

    Similarly with large commercial establishments owned by the Rajapakse cronies, threaten nationalization, closure or what have you, and promise the stooge owners with tax enquiries, prosecution and jail for their unsavouryl business transactions . Promise to hand over the Management of these enterprises to Cooperative Societies, with profit sharing by the public. I know these ideas are loosely worded but we have plenty of experts in Sri Lanka who can implement them.

    The Opposition Parties must promise from today and make sure, that from seven days before the presidential elections, all the airports, minor airstrips, seaports, boats, yachts and small craft will be occupied by hordes and hordes of demonstrators to stop the Rajapaksasfrom fleeing the country. Promise the People that the MaraGoraBara Trinity will at all times remain under seige; that they will be able to escape only over your “dead body”. Make doubly sure Mara and Gora remain surrounded by your own mobs and will not be able to flee the country. Tell the People they will be hounded and that you promise they will not be able even to piss without guards keeping watch on their dicks. Promise the People Mara will be tried by Peoples Courts on Galle Face Green with proceedings broadcast live.

    The key to getting the people on your side, will be to disclose full details of MaraGoraBara financial rackets, commissions, kickbacks, and the secret profits made with Chinese collusion from so called MEGA PROJECTS. Initiate compiling a list of criminalities committed by MaraGoraBara, and their cronies. Make it available to the General Public with full details and proof of the commission of those crimes. Lanka E News, CT and like minded publications will I am sure oblige with free publication. Educate the public. Enlist patriotic minded officers in the Defence and Finance Ministries and lower grade officers in the Army Navy and Police, the Corporate Sector and Private Sector to provide information about the financial terrorism of the Unholy Trinity. Show the Electorate how they have been raped for the last ten years, starting with the robbery of the Tsunami Funds.

    To get the enthusiastic support of the electorate you will need to name the individuals who will lose their heads, and those whose heads will be crowned. CT readers do not need to tell me this is bribery and intimidation. I know. But one has to use the methods of the marauding Rajapaksas in order to get rid of them. No Choice.

    Promise the People that after the MaraGoraMara Trinity is deposed that you will install legislation, providing punishment for politicians caught with the hand in the till, that will ranging from a minimum of 10 years jail time to hanging in public depending on the severity of the thievery. To save your own arses you may stipulate that the New Order will take effect after MaraGoraBara and their cronies have been punished, and for crimes committed after taking office under the New Order.

    After the shit is wiped clean, we can set out to reinstall law and order, to guarantee a country governed subject to the Rule of Law for future generations.

    The other condition is to make the people angry and frothing with the ruling regime. Make them compare the misery they go through on a daily basis just so they keep body and soul together, with the decadent opulence of the Rajapakse family and cronies. Use the AKD formula.

    When all of the downtrodden suffering masses start salivating with the prospect of delivering punishment to Mara and his crooks under the new order, and enjoying some degree of dignity and prosperity for themselves, the Rajapakse crown will already have been lost. Thinking people know this will be a do or die battle. Our side has to win: otherwise Sri Lanka is doomed for disgrace and annihilation.
    Unquote.

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      ……..I for one yearn to see a United Sri Lanka continue in the tradition with all communities living in peace and harmony, enhancing and embellishing the lives and achievements of the other. It is not too late. Never say die……..

      Sweet dreams are made of this, Who am I to disagree, I travel the world and the seven seas, Everybody’s looking for something, Some of them want to use you, Some of them want to get used by you, Some of them want to abuse you, Some of them want to be abused. Solon, you talk of a world that obviously existed in your neck o’ the woods, once-upon-a-time. But, sadly, the ground has shifted, and there will be many a dark night before the stars come out again. Till then, pigs will fly, and all thoughts of a ‘happy ever after’ are just……..sweet dreams.

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        SK, this is not the time for despair.

        Sri Lanka is our country – yours and mine.

        Every country in its history had its fair share of evil. It is sad that Sri Lanka is in its grip. Let’s think together, if possible fight together, and subjugate that. The righteous will triumph.

        Keep your hopes up my friend.

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      Dear Solon,

      Thanks for the advice and will certainly keep in remember it the next time I write. Also happy to see similar thoughts on the course of action the opposition should take. Said the same a while ago in one of my previous articles… Cheers.

      https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/redefining-the-rules-the-ten-commandments/

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    “In a multi-religious multi-racial country, where unverified ancient history is only a myth, the question of ‘ownership’ of the country by a particular race need not arise when it serves no purpose or if it is detrimental to the development of the country.”

    It seem an idiotic statement to make when our history is 2500 years old which is a 1000 years older than Islam itself. The oldest documented and historically verified history is Sri Lankan. You should read the history of the countries you live in and respect the country that gave you refuge in the first place. Decended from convicts and mercenaries (Malays) now have earned money here and now demand a lot of things here in this country. They should take a look at why we are multi cultural and multi religious country, which was because of the tolerance that is not available in Muslim of most other countries. Like the Australian Prime Ministr’s message to the Muslims if you don’t like it here go away, trying going to a “Muslim country’ and really see how it is like there. You might then actually appreciate what you have in Sri Lanka.

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    Fazi must have been in Huggies when Diaspora ‘s Thavalar took care of 300 Ahmeds in Kathankaddy.

    And deported one hundred thou from Kilinochchi..

    Rather than Saddam, Fazi looks like Nuri, who f***** up millions of poor innocent Iraqis big time…

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      One can’t help but feel sorry for you Sumane. You are getting more and more desperate not knowing what to write as comment in these pages to make your Master happy. But don’t worry too much. Your Boss derives much comfort and solace from your soothing tongue on his ever shrinking dick caused by the thought “will I get lynched by the mob after the January elections?”

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        muslim [Edited out]

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    ‘Islamic Khilafa’ – biggest joke by the biggest joker of CT [Edited out]

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      Eluwa, keep singing your favourite song “Eluwa Mammai” composed by you!

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        [Edited out]

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    ISIS terror.

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    There is no need for non Muslims to fear the Islamic Khilafah, which is a source of leadership to all practising Muslims.

    No doubt every Muslims yearns the advent of Khilafah, a central leadership who has the power to aid Muslims around the world. Does this have to be an exclusive State? Maybe if all Muslims rally round first to put into practice or to incorporate the Islamic Shariah in their personal lives. A collective effort may result in forming the long awaited Caliphate insha’Allah. No matter what our position, circumstances, or opportunities in life, we always have the freedom to choose how to experience, interpret and ultimately shape our world. If we can believe this, then we can strategically choose and create our own life in line with Islamic values. I believe this now more than ever, and not just at a philosophical level but at a very practical and physical level as well.

    The Khilafah will blossom through wisdom and peaceful means that is by educating the non Muslims on the inherent values of Islam Shariah in it’s entirety.

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      Maghribi

      Hardcore BJP Hindus informed me they in the process of establishing Ram Raj.

      Christians tell me soon they would build a Christian Kingdom of god.

      Buddhist tell me there is no Buddhist kingdom to be built therefore they asked me to bugger off.

      When I asked an atheist whether he was a believer in the Kingdom of God he almost crucified me.

      Being the chosen people Sinhala/Buddhists believe they have already built their own Sinhala/Buddhists kingdom.

      Now you say:

      “The Khilafah will blossom through wisdom and peaceful means that is by educating the non Muslims on the inherent values of Islam Shariah in it’s entirety.”

      Please stop insulting your own intelligence if you have enough to understand it.

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        Native Vadda — Stop thinking in between your Amude.

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    i wonder why this bigot blames their brother mohomud rajapassa after all the things he had done for muslim fools

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    The Islamic Caliphate of Srilanka will have Kampola as its capital.

    Just wait and see within your lifespan it will become a reality by peaceful means. Thanks to Muhammad Mahinda.

    Mahindahu Akbar!

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    as long as we have racists like Fazi, sri lanka will not have peace. Can’t they all go to Australia or something if they hate the majority race so much. Either u are a sri Lankan or you are not. if you have no love for the country better to leave and let us live in peace. I am sick of this racist abuse with impunity in CT!

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    After all this hard work, will Fazi be able to annex a Khilafi Candidate also to the CC list, which is growing at a great rate of knots…

    Now they have JHU officially, plus the latest dudes Harin Fernando,and BBS who have put their hands up..

    Lets see the list to date.

    UNP. TNA, Diaspora, JVP, JHU Solheim, Harin, Sajith, Karu, CBK. Sunethra Maithree,

    And even PABA who boasted the the other day that she can do Karu as a Dinner if he gets elected by the CC council.

    And the glaring gap is there for Khalifi Fazi himself perhaps to fill.

    Wonder whether “Diaspora Org” too. wants to join fray. too?.

    Or do they have other plans?..

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    Renounce every single political party claiming to be representing certain ethnicity, religion and ideology. Work toward a common goal to secure prosperity of this country. As for the oppression against minority it’s our duty to retaliate with everything that we poses only after taking every possibility of peaceful coexistence efforts fails with ignorant who racially motivated by power hungry (tyrants). Peace is an offspring of justice, it is foolish to seek peace without delivering justice. please do not give me Arab country for a muslim country because world largest population of Muslim lives in Indonesia, Malaysia practice Islam better than middle east.
    There are more practising Muslims lives in Canada than in Afghanistan, world second largest muslim population lives in India. Thanks

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    If you read between the lines the [Edited out] who wrote this article is obviously ready to pounce and the Muslims as a group are arming themselves to battle the non-believer Sinhalese and Tamils soon. [Edited out] Lanka has gone through too much pain in the past 20 years and cannot afford to have the Moslems, who grew their numbers astronomically while the Tamils were hijacked by the LTTE and the Sinhalese were distracted by the war with the Tigers, use their numbers to circumvent democracy and bring about a Caliphate in Lanka. Act decisively and deal them a lethal, annihilating blow and incapacitate them through arrest and detention so that Lanka remains a safe, beautiful place.

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    Islam is not for indiscriminate killing. For theft amputation is the punishment, not lynching who will carry out that? A drug abuser be lashed not killed. A sex offender be jailed and should be forced to pay up the damages. Blood money for murder is only an option for the victim’s survivors!

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    Muhammed Fazl

    My friend I can understand how you feel about the attack on your community and up to now when our community was being put to the swords by the Majority you turned a blind eye. Even during the freedom struggle by the LTTE to free ourselves from Sinhalese Tyranny you sided with the Majority and betrayed us. Now the Chicken has come home to roost and it is harvest time for BBS under the patronage of Gotha supported by Raful Hakeem.

    But you have to ask yourself some serious questions about the Muslims throughout the World and adherence to Democratic values. Except for Malaysia and Turkey is there a functioning Democracy.

    Take Pakistan for instance where Hindus form the single largest minority , accounting for 1.6 percent of its total population of about 180 million. About 95 percent of Pakistan’s Hindu population is concentrated in its southern provinces of Punjab and Sindh.
    The Hindus have no representation and feel squeezed out whereas in India it is just the opposite.
    Throughout the World more Muslims are killed by Muslims.
    In Sri Lanka there were and will be only two Kingdoms.
    Sinhalese and Tamil.

    I take issue with you on the following.

    “On a conciliatory note, when Muslims and their legislators are found to be complicit in the continuous persecution of the same minority community they belong to, I sincerely hope the methods adopted in the event of a ‘mob justice’ would be humane enough for the guilty to endure. Should the existing ‘Muslim’ parliamentarians, thanks to their disunity, fail to see the signs of impending dangers ahead, my fear of an ‘Islamic Khilafa’ (Islamic Caliphate) styled movement rising its head within our shores may not be unfound after all.

    Let me ask you a few question and give you my verdict.

    1) For the Islamic Caliphate to have the fighting capability how are you going to recruit and who is going to fund you and which country is going to supply you the arms.
    2) The only Country which can answer your call to arms is Pakistan but they are bedfellows of GOSL.

    Your community is scattered all over Sinhala Lanka and without ( and for that matter even with arms) arms any rebellion will be put down ruthlessly so it is a no win situation and the future is BLEAK.

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      Dear Kali,

      Let me just let you a little about where I come from. During the ’83 riots, when my dad was working in the Mid-East, my mom single-handedly secretly smuggled in 13 Tamils who were our neighbors and gave them refuge for one week, after which police jeeps came one early morning and took them to Hindu College refugee center. Out of the lot I remember 3 names, Yoga Anna, Kiruba Akka (she has white spots on her face and I believe she is in Paris now, married to a foreigner) and Ravi Anna (from high street Wellawatte). They were from Jaffna (velvittithurai).

      And if you look at my previous writings, I believe I am one of the few who boldly accused the Gota led forces of war crimes and who is still insisting an International investigation.

      So, please… you or your kind should NEVER cross paths with me over what happened during the war…. IF any living soul in this country can give a voice to the perished 40,000 plus, it will be me. Please also watch the following short clip where I blasted Rajiva W. and Dayan W.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYTgnE8Ezl8

      As for your other concerns…. I am no ISIL and if my people are further victimized, they will ‘cross the bridge when they get there’, and they certainly will overcome God’s tests….

      It is the Hindu Tamil Nadu ( TN) government who will support the Sri Lankan Muslims should there be a need. Don’t forget that millions of TN constituents are Muslims… And when they do come to the aid of the Muslims, they wouldn’t forget their Tamil brethren either.

      I am a pacifist and it is Mr. Gotabhaya Rajapakse who has having sleepless nights.
      :)

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        Fazl,your speech in the u tube was superb.You articulated the crucial points very well indeed.

        God bless your mum for protecting those tamils in 83.

        As for your muslim problem in aluthgama,i think the main reason is because there are muslim leaders not willing to resign their portfolios regardless of what happens to the muslim people.

        Just imagine if thondaman junior was in the same boat and his people were being attacked,i’am sure he would have resigned.

        First get rid of these useless leadrs you have and bring in leaders like ashraff if you can find one.

        Then join with the other tamils speaking people politically.

        Unless the minorities get together politically,they are doomed.

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          Fazl,

          Unfortunately, the Sinhala-Buddhist must be the only tribe in this entire world that believes that the majority community in a country are the sole owners of that country and all others (minorities) are aliens from outside. They always seem to forget from where they and their religion came from.

          As Shankar says, all the Tamil speaking Hindus, Muslims, Christians and Buddhists (if any) should unite as one single community irrespective of their religious beliefs. The sinhalese can dictate terms only as long as we are divided and disunited. Ashraff was one of the best Muslim leaders, today’s Muslim leaders are all rouges, even after all these issues they are still licking the Rajapakshes feet. Educate your people to get rid of these rouges and find someone who can protect the Muslims even at the cost of their portfolios.

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    Fazi has probably been carried away by the instances of extremism practised by the Rajapaksas, BBS and the others of the calibre of Sinhala Buddhist chauvinism as obtaining within the confines of Sri Lanka. However, when it comes to referring to international Islamic politics, Fazi must moderate his words lest he be taken for a radical ISIL supporter, which he is obviously not.Bensen

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    Dear Fazl Muhammed:

    Thanks for responding to my comments which is much appreciated. It was not a personal attack on you and I am rather heartened by the fact that you recognise the close bond between the Hindu Tamils and Muslim Tamils and we speak the same language. We also have a lot in common even with the Buddhists and if you want proof go to Anchaneyar Temple ( Hindu) in Dehiwale and you will find Tamils and Sinhalese praying together.
    Although I attack extremism from any religion I believe in co existence and I respect every religion under the sun and I am proud to say that although I am a devout Hindu I have cousins who are married to Christians , Sinhalese ( Buddhist) and my uncle married a Pakistani. I have suffered at the hands of the Majority and lost three family members. First one Galle during 1958 riots , second in Anuradhapura during the 1983 race riots. So I have every reason to show utter contempt for the Racist elements and sadly they are in the Majority. If any one including my worst enemy is prepared to show remorse( I mean the majority) for what they have done I am willing to respond in kind.

    ** It is the Hindu Tamil Nadu ( TN) government who will support the Sri Lankan Muslims should there be a need. Don’t forget that millions of TN constituents are Muslims… And when they do come to the aid of the Muslims, they wouldn’t forget their Tamil brethren either.

    I am particularly touched by your above admission which was reflected by the actions of Miss. Jeayalalitha when she banned Vishwaroopam taking into account the Muslim sentiments which was alter released after modifications.
    That goes to show that the Tamils are a notch ahead of the majority Sinhalese when it comes to Racial Tolerance. This is 21st Century with new World order and we should be able to live together respecting each other.

    Wish you the very best in your endeavour to right the wrong for you community and we are with you.

    INSHALLAH

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