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Video: BBS Threatens To Slice Hakeem To Pieces

The State sponsored Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) threatened to slice Minister Rahuf Hakeem to pieces in response to his statement that the Buddhist extremists group has been given powers that is even above the police in the country. Justice Minister Hakeem speaking at an election rally a few days ago demanded to know who is backing the so called “Bala Senawa” that has threatened to take police powers to itself in order to curtail the liberties of the Muslim community. “It is after 2012 when this Bala Senawa was allowed to carry out their campaign that the troubles for the Muslims started. I ask you who is behind this Bala Senawa. It is after they started their hate campaign that Sri Lanka is facing international scrutiny” Hakeem said. “When I talk of these things as the Justice Minister it hurts some people” he added.

Gnanasara

Gnanasara

Galagoda Atte Gnanasara, the leader of the BBS responded to Minister Hakeem at a press conference yesterday.  “Patta Pathuru Gahanawa me parayawa” said Gnanasara roughly translating to “(we) will slice this bas..rd to absolute pieces.” The BBS is a state sponsored organization which along with the Ravana Balakaya (Ravana’s Brigade) have been mostly responsible for the attacks against minorities. These two organizations have carried out numerous attacks on churches and mosques. Its activists were at the forefront of demanding a ban on Halal certification on food items and on several occasions attempted to de-robe Muslim women dressed in the traditional Burka and Abhaya. Secretary to the Ministry of Defence Gotabya Rajapaksa opened a centre in Galle built by the BBS that was claimed to train youth “for the protection of Buddhism.”

Justice Minister Hakeem has been receiving slack from President Mahinda Raajapaksa and his Sinhala extremists allies within the government for allegedly providing a list to UN High Commissioner on Human Rights,  Navi Pillai, detailing the attacks by government backed groups such as the BBS

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  • 21
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    Hi Vote wisely at least this time other wise you will see these guys walking around with guns in public

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      Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.

      Buddha

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        Previous comment was not focused on JEEN but in general to the reactions of most abusive monk – that srilanka ever prdouced -Ghnasara.

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        see Ghanasara expresses his anger towards police men,
        If this was the case – in Europe, this man would have been taken to custody.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksxncifngDE

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          what is the differnce between GAG and laymen ?

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksxncifngDE

          Such an abusive langauge that GAG is lernt is heard only lanken manning market or fish market.

          Why the most respectable prelates to stay mum on these issues – I really dont undrestand.

          Authorities to set this man free (no anyone´s doubt, he is a multi criminal with higher aggression potential). – is like allow people to live with high criminals. No doubts- GAG should be kept in a cage as the main actor of film ” The silence of lamb” was made.

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      Safran robed man in the video sends a message that all other monks to follow him, becoming even more aggressive. Today´s even a street man would not have used the langauge this abysmal.
      If this was the case where real demo is held, the man would have been arrested by country´s seurity forces. Ministers are given no respect at all, SO what talks we need to raise about J – U- S- T- I- C- E???????????????????????????????

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      This backbone less minister even cannot name the backer of the BBS. Name the guy at least next time you moron.

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        He is not alone. Listen to other ministers that resound the good of MR these days…. I now understand that Hakeem should have been in under threat all alone.
        At the time, Rizanas case was not properly handled by these muslim represenatatives, people of this country were very surprised knowing how can particular Hakeem speak for sinahalya if he does not dare to protect own community…

        Today, thanks to JVP´s well analysis brought by TV wadaya, Wadapitya, Satana and the like debates, we realize that nothing like auhtorities are given to any of the ministers. Perhaps some to External affairs, for single reason, the MEEHARAKA (sensless MR) cant sense the pulse of IC, how would the IC guess at the issues etc, having no capacity to do so: but I am becoming clear today, all these kept away from any ministers to do their job.
        Good name is seen to be given to the president, while the ministers themselves have been laughing stocks for not dilivering the due.

        We should have changed the name of the lanken state – long ago, as I am convinced to this day.

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      Definetely. Do not vote Anti Sri lankan Ranil or General who went to Geneva.

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      Lankens in general should learn the way how they can implement law and order without being abusive race, religion and others.
      This the Regime should study closely through workshops from the EU countries, australia, America and very many other developed world. IC would help the country in that regard – but the rulers should invest their shares for that – just not giving only priority with infrastructure projects.

  • 12
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    You are 100% correct jeen-But it is to-late and besides the deafening Silence by The Majority is definitely a yes nod to BBS , I say This government will stay in power for the next 50 years and There will be hell raining down on minorities especially Muslims ,Muslims will face hell, I guarantee this 100% .

    Except God, no one else not even the entire UN together can shake this government ,they GOT ENOUGH FUNDS , enough military & a huge stock of dangerous drones stock pile with which they even can whack India to cry, and most of all they have 80% majority support.

    They Will secure all the Provincial Councils & Local governments and then they ill take the cabinet with 100% seats at the next General Elections .

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      Q-A-S-S-I-M,

      I hope you remember our J.R. Jayawardena Mahathtaya also thought like you when he way election and the Parliament with 5/6 Majority.

      He even abolished Madam Sirima Bandaranaike’s civic rights and said….that only thing he cannot do is to make Man a Woman.

      But ultimately he had to eat Indian “Parippu” dhal and had to sign MOU with 13th Amendment.

      You say…….”I say This government will stay in power for the next 50 years and There will be hell raining down on minorities especially Muslims ,Muslims will face hell, I guarantee this 100%”

      I agree with you only on condition only if Pres.Rajapakse implements 13th amendment, abolish 18th Amd and introduce 17th Amd, introduce Police commission, Judiciary, election commissions,Bribery commission, Independent Media, civic rights and install democrazy in the country.

      Also MR will eventually have to abolish “Presidency” and give back the powers to Legislature….which is the Parliament.

      Unless MR agrees to all of these, his days as President will be numbered.

      I think people would like to get Indian free “Parippu” than a war with India since price of Dhal has gone up 200% in two years.

      Remember they say even the shrimp meet’s it’s death due to it’s bad mouth.

      Hope you understand my point.

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    Ceylon Today | Hakeem’s ‘damning’ report
    http://www.ceylontoday.lk/90-58931-news-detail-hakeems-damning-report.html‎
    3 days ago – 22 January – Nationwide: The Bodu Bala Sena declares that …. led by Minister Rauff Hakeem has threatened to quit the government if the …

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    Lets see the reality -LET US SHOW YOU WHAT IS REALITY
    =============================================================

    you Fool , what is the source of this? only an Idiot as dumb as you will believe it.

    So you are smart right ? you know inside out about Islam ? Okay

    will you fly to a neutral country with your real ID .let us put to test your knowledge .. You name the date and time & The country can be negotiated

    we would prefer Switzerland , don’t sit behind and keep copying shit over shit and post ,if you are so sure of all that you have posted are the truth ,come let us sit face to face and thrash it out ,we will request Al-jazeera to Telecast it worldwide Just let us know how to get in touch with you and we will .

    Further Islam allows its followers to cheat infidels in order to covet them to Islam. (http://www.investigativeproject.org/3641/the-evils-of-the-muslim-brotherhood-evidence)

  • 9
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    Sri Lankan Voters VOTE WISELY, VOTE FOT THE PEOPLE WHO ENCOURAGE DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS, VOTE FOR PEOPLE WHO DONT STEAL, VOTE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE GENUINE.

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      But majority folks are still halozinated. This I noticed even yesterday after listening to TV debate -WADA PITIYA. For them, winning the war against LTTErs can cause them to offer as slaves. They think that MR did it… MR should be SUPER MAN…

      SRILANKENS = BORN STUPID PEOPLE

      Results will show this. People are literate but stupid.

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        Most of them are thirisannu, not human beings, not to realize the destruction that the Rajapakshe family has done sofar.
        For them no matter the tax payer´s money are being abused publicly.
        For them no matter even their family ones are abducted, tortured, killed or send missing.
        For them no matter even if Rajapakshe rule grabbed their own properties.
        For them no matter even if Rajapakshe raped their lovely ones
        For them no matter even if Rajapakshe kill some of us for their sake.
        For them no matter poorest of the poor struggle on survive for their 3 meals
        For them no matter even if COSMETIC lady runs their funds for her illegal gold business
        For them no matter MINISTER of justice stay deaf – not having power to function as had been in the case for his predecessors in previous regimes.
        For them no matter Drug consume ruin their future generations.

        Sinking NATION…. will never learn a lession.

      • 11
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        It is high time to put the rest of amunition on Ghanasara´s cespit and set him in peace. That will lead us all a peaceful future. This is what left to be done now.

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          Comes ahead will be almost like – seeing the light at the end of the tunnel in terms of Rajapakshe getting caught.

          All right thinkinking would cleverly decide it this time, giving clear signs by the upcoming elections.

          Some guess they the average cant pulse the reality but I believe, you would not be able to cheat the very same folks again and again.

          We would all be able to breath in properly, once Rajapaskehs are convicted for their crimes pre and post war sessions. This has nothing to do with IC, all versions against IC are just tricks and mechanims to deceive the people as done in previous sessions.

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            These monks are born to go against peace among folks

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjnheOsKbq8

            pLEASE just listen to these videos and feel how hateful they are.

            Are these real sinhala buddhist respresentatives?

            They even beg sinhalese to give birth to more children.
            As if they are the family therapists.

  • 11
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    If Buddhism is peaceful, why are Buddhists silent when they attack their own people, whether they are Muslims, Christians, Hindus.

    If Buddhism is peaceful, why does the comments by readers towards Christians, Hindus, and especially Islam hateful.

    If Sri Lanka is a united country, why are we treating Muslims, Christians, Burgers, Malays as guests of Sri Lanka.

    Either we are stupid or hateful, or both.

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      In short ‘we are peaceful’ and ‘we are united’ are all platform talks, but in action the attitude is different; is it not’

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      Goraka should tell us whether any man or woman has been maimed let alone died at any of those so-called attacks against [in Goraka’s own words] “their own people, whether they are Muslims, Christians, Hindus.” I say, NONE. Most of the time those that had been involved in riots were produced at courts and dealt accordingly. Actually, such incidents and their outcome were absolutely minuscule when compared to fights between Wahhabi and Salafi Mulims against Sufi Muslims in Sri Lanka where many houses were burned, Mosques attacked, houses burned, dead bodies exhumed and even people were killed. Amazingly none talk about any of them.

      All that Hakeem talk is none eventful acts of “Bala Sena”. All that BBS, RB and etc do is have meetings and promote an educational and awareness campaign for Sinhalas to know that there is an existential challenge for them. As far a we knew, Sri Lanka Muslims were mainly Sufis. They knew how to coexist with others. Sufis respected the 2500 year history, culture and values of Sinhala Buddhists and learned to cohabit with them amicably. All that cordial living has been changed by Saudi trained Wahhabis, Salafists and their ACJU by way of imposing their imported values on Sufis first and then on the majority. Hakeem should know that ‘Bala Sena’ tells the Sinhala Buddhists about the dangers posed by Wahhabi like extremists and teach their followers on how they could prevent a future bloodbath that may arise as a result of Wahhabi (Al Qaeda) action as is happening in many a country.

      If one examine the cause for mayhem and killings going on in many a Middle East, Sub Saharan and African nations, he could see that Wahhabi like extremism is the root cause of the problem everywhere.

      By experience, all Sri Lankans know that ours is a rapidly growing economy and a very peaceful country since the end of LTTE. People’s love and approval for ongoing peace is shown at every subsequent election result. Yet the British and their neo-con allies say our peace is not durable. British wanted Sri Lanka to take their prescription and have a durable peace.

      Look at the peace that the British and their neo-con allies have brought upon Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and hordes of Arab and African countries. Not so long ago, British and their neo-con allies gave their prescription to many a selected Arab countries.

      We all know that hardly any Muslim country enshrine religious freedom in their constitution. Countries like Saudi do not have an iota of democracy. Even guest workers there are banned from keeping a religious statue of their choice. But neo-cons ignored all that HR violations and incited people in selected countries to protest and rise up against their rulers who maintained an uneasy peace between different religions and religious sects in their countries. They have incited one race against the other in many of those nations. All in the name of democracy. The result; oil for neo-cons, no peace for Arabs and Africans. Is that what we Sri Lankans want? I say NO, NO, NO. Just stay away from us you bastards.

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        Banda

        “I say, NONE. Most of the time those that had been involved in riots were produced at courts and dealt accordingly.”

        We believe you.

        Thanks for the new information I will passed it on to the numerous victims.

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    Accusation of violence

    969 – THE ALLY OF THE BEAST.

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    BUDDHIST TERRORISM UNVEILED
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    Main article: Buddhism and violence
    In the 1990s, Bhutan expelled or forced to leave its Hindu population in the name of preserving its Buddhist culture and identity.[28]
    After the 2008 unrest in the Tibetan area of the PRC, the official Chinese government stance has been that the Dalai Lama helped to orchestrate the unrest and violence. A Chinese Ministry of Public Security spokesperson claimed searches of monasteries in the Tibetan capital had turned up a large cache of weapons, including 176 guns and 7,725 pounds of explosives.[29]
    The Colombo Telegraph reported that “Sri Lanka’s minority Muslims continue to be subjected to violence and persecution, often at the hands of militant Buddhists, who are very active at the grassroots level.”[30]
    Since March 2013, anti-Muslim riots have flared up in various cities in central and eastern Burma. The violence has coincided with the rise of the Buddhist 969 Movement.[31]

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    http://rationalist.org.uk/images/Buddha_statue,_Nha_Trang1.jpg

    Buddhism is the most negative & the most sick religion on the face of this earth ,believe me I use to be a strong practicing Buddhist ,I would not even eat an egg,, Buddhist are the most terrible hypocrites & their hearts are not soft at all but hard and cruel, am an atheist no and am extremely happy, and I have never met perverts who are more sick then The monks.
    Do not send your children to Buddhist Sunday schools alone,they will be abused for sure.

    By Dale DeBakcsy , Wednesday, 23rd January 2013

    The dark side of Buddhism

    Buddhism is often seen as the acceptable face of religion, lacking a celestial dictator and full of Eastern wisdom. But Dale DeBakcsy, who worked for nine years in a Buddhist school, says it’s time to think again

    The great Buddha statue in Nha Trang, Vietnam by Petr Ruzicka
    Buddha statue

    On paper, Buddhism looks pretty good. It has a philosophical subtlety married to a stated devotion to tolerance that makes it stand out amongst the world religions as uniquely not awful. Even Friedrich Nietzsche, not known for pulling punches when it came to religious analysis, only said of Buddhism that it was “nihilistic”, but still “a hundred times more realistic than Christianity.” And we in the 21st century have largely followed his lead in sensing something a bit depressing about Buddhism, but nothing more sinister than that. But if we start looking a bit closer, at the ramifications of Buddhist belief in practice, there is a lurking darkness there, quietly stated and eloquently crafted, but every bit as profound as the Hellfires of Christianity or the rhetoric of jihad.

    For nine years, I worked as a science and maths teacher at a small private Buddhist school in the United States. And it was a wonderful job working with largely wonderful people. The administration, monks, and students knew that I was an atheist and had absolutely no problem with it as long as I didn’t actively proselytise (try and find a Catholic school that would hire a moderate agnostic, let alone a fully out-of-the-closet atheist). Our students were incredibly sensitive and community-conscious individuals, and are my dear friends to this day.

    However.

    I have no doubt that Buddhist religious belief, as it was practised at the school, did a great deal of harm. Nowhere was this more in evidence than in the ramifications of the belief in karma. At first glance, karma is a lovely idea which encourages people to be good even when nobody is watching for the sake of happiness in a future life. It’s a bit carrot-and-stickish, but so are a lot of the ways in which we get people to not routinely beat us up and take our stuff. Where it gets insidious is in the pall that it casts over our failures in this life. I remember one student who was having problems memorising material for tests. Distraught, she went to the monks who explained to her that she was having such trouble now because, in a past life, she was a murderous dictator who burned books, and so now, in this life, she is doomed to forever be learning challenged.

    Not, “Oh, let’s look at changing your study habits”, but rather, “Oh, well, that’s because you have the soul of a book-burning murderer.”

    To our ears, this sounds so over the top that it is almost amusing, but to a kid who earnestly believes that these monks have hidden knowledge of the karmic cycle, it is devastating. She was convinced that her soul was polluted and irretrievably flawed, and that nothing she could do would allow her to ever learn like the people around her. And this is the dark side of karma – instead of misfortunes in life being bad things that happen to you, they are manifestations of a deep and fundamental wrongness within you. Children have a hard enough time keeping up their self-esteem as it is without every botched homework being a sign of lurking inner evil.

    As crippling as the weight of one’s past lives can be, however, it is nothing compared to the horrors of the here and now. Buddhism’s inheritance from Hinduism is the notion of existence as a painful continuous failure to negate itself. The wheel of reincarnation rumbles ruthlessly over us all, forcing us to live again and again in this horrid world until we get it right and learn to not exist. I remember one of the higher monks at the school giving a speech in which she described coming back from a near-death experience as comparable to having to “return to a sewer where you do nothing but subsist on human excrement.” Life is suffering. It is something to be Finally Escaped.

    Now, there are legitimate philosophical reasons for holding to this view. Viewed from a certain perspective, the destruction of everything you’ve ever cared about is inevitable, and when it’s being experienced, the pain of loss does not seem recompensed by the joy of attachment that preceded it. And that yawning stretch of impermanence outside, so the argument goes, is mirrored by the fundamental non-existence of the self inside. Meditation, properly done, allows you to strip away, one by one, all of your merely personal traits and achieve insight into the basic nothingness, the attributeless primal nature, of your existence. Those are all interesting philosophical and psychological insights, and good can come of them. Being hyper-sensitive to suffering and injustice is a good gateway to being helpful to your fellow man and in general making the world a better place.

    However.

    There is something dreadfully tragic about believing yourself to have somehow failed your calling whenever joy manages to creep into your life. It is in our biology, in the fabric of us, to connect to other human beings, and anything which tries to insert shame and doubt into that instinct is bound to always twist us every so slightly. If the thought, “I am happy right now”, can never occur without an accompanying, “And I am just delaying my ultimate fulfillment in being so”, then what, essentially, has life become? I’ve seen it in action – people reaching out for connection, and then pulling back reflexively, forever caught in a life of half-gestures that can’t ever quite settle down to pure contemplation or gain a moment of genuine absolute enjoyment.

    The usual response that I’ve gotten to these concerns is, “You’re sacrificing truth and wisdom for the sake of feeling good. That’s just what you criticise Christianity for, isn’t it?” This would be a pretty damn good argument if I were convinced that the conclusions of Buddhist belief were as ironclad as their usually serene-unto-finality presentation makes them seem. There are two central claims here: that our own fundamental essence is non-existence, and that the nature of the outer world is impermanence.

    The idea of the void-essence of self is one arrived at through meditation, through exercises in reflection dictated by centuries of tradition. That’s enough to give us pause right there – it’s not really a process of self-discovery if you’re told the method, the steps, and the only acceptable conclusion before you’ve even begun. Here’s the fourteenth (and current) Dalai Lama on how to start a meditation:

    “First, look to your posture: arrange the legs in the most comfortable position; set the backbone as straight as an arrow. Place your hands in the position of meditative equipoise, four finger widths below the navel, with the left hand on the bottom, right hand on top, and your thumbs touching to form a triangle. This placement of the hands has connection with the place inside the body where inner heat is generated.”

    This is already an unpromising start – if you aren’t even allowed variation in the number of sub-navel finger widths for hand placement, how can we hope to be allowed to even slightly differ on the supposed object of inner contemplation? And the text bears this out. When speaking of meditating on the mind, the Dalai Lama manoeuvres his audience into a position where his conclusion seems inevitable:

    “Try to leave your mind vividly in a natural state… Where does it seem that your consciousness is? Is it with the eyes or where is it? Most likely you have a sense that it is associated with the eyes since we derive most of our awareness of the world through vision…. However, the existence of a separate mental consciousness can be ascertained; for example, when attention is diverted by sound, that which appears to the eye consciousness is not noticed… with persistent practice, consciousness may eventually be perceived or felt as an entity of mere luminosity or knowing, to which anything is capable of appearing… as long as the mind does not encounter the external circumstances of conceptuality, it will abide empty without anything appearing in it.”

    If this reminds you more than a little of Meno, where Socrates leads a slave boy into “rediscovering” the truths of geometry through a combination of leading questions and implied conclusions, you’re not alone. Notice the artful vagueness of the phrase “may eventually be perceived or felt as an entity of mere luminosity” – the subtle pressure that, if you don’t perceive consciousness that way at first, you must keep trying until something in you falls into line and you end up with the “right” answer to meditative practice. Or take into consideration the construction of the questions – how the second question immediately shuts down any actual consideration of the first, and how the answer to that second question leads to a single special case open to multiple interpretations which are again immediately declared to be explicable by only one single answer. As it turns out, you have as much freedom of inquiry as you had freedom in hand placement. In a curious twist unique to Buddhism, rigidity of method has infected the structure of belief, ossifying potential explanations of existence into dogmatic assertions mechanically arrived at.

    The impermanence of the outer world seems more solidly founded. Five billion years hence, I’m pretty sure that this novelty shot glass next to me is not going to exist in any sort of recognisable novelty shot glass form. Nothing in this room will functionally persist as long as you only admit my Use Perspective as the only relevant lens of observation. The matter and energy will both still exist, but they won’t exist in the configuration which I am accustomed to. And that, apparently, is supposed to fill me with a sense of existential dread. But it doesn’t – at all – and this is the weakness of the conclusions that Buddhism draws from an impermanence theory of the external world. It supposes that I cannot hold in my mind at the same time both an appreciation and attachment to an object or a person as they stand in front of me right now AND a recognition that my use of a particular configuration of matter and energy at the moment doesn’t determine how it will exist for all time. Buddhism’s approach to use-based impermanence attempts to force us into a false binarism where we must either be the slaves of attachment or the cold observers of transience, and that only one of these offers us a way out of suffering. Compelled by the forced logic of its myopic perspective on self-analysis that we saw above, it opts for the latter, and presents that choice as an inevitable philosophical conclusion.

    So, it’s not really a choice between Feeling Good and Truth. It’s a choice between being able to unambiguously enjoy companionship and a system of thought which uses an ossified methodology bordering on catechism to support a falsely binary approach to our relations with the outside world.

    At the end of the day, it’s still true that, in many respects, Buddhism maintains its moral edge over Christianity or Islam handily. That instinct for proselytising unto war which has made both of these religions such distinctly harmful forces in the story of mankind is nowhere present. But, the drive to infect individuals with an inability to appreciate life except through a filter of regret and shame is perhaps even more dangerous in Buddhism for being so very much more subtle. Squeezed between the implications of inherited evil instincts and a monolithic conception of what counts as a right answer to the question of one’s own personal existence, a young person entering a Buddhist community today is every bit as much under the theological gun as a student at a Catholic school, but because society has such a cheery picture of Buddhist practice, she has far fewer resources for resistance than her Catholic counterpart. And that allows sad things to happen. I would urge, then, that as fulfilling as it is to point out and work to correct the gross excesses of Christianity (and, let’s face it, fun too), we can’t let the darkness of Buddhist practice go by unremarked just because it works more subtly and its victims suffer more quietly.

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    This Pig in a human body Gandhasara is a disgrace for the entire nation. I cant understand why the Mahanayakas dont condemn this bastard publicly. I Cant stand the sight of the PIG. The ugliest human on eath after Gankabarayos.
    This bugger will die on the road like a Dog.

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    R Hakeem deserves this and more, boot licking opportunistic scum, all these days when things were happening around him, he was non exiting. Now all of a sudden come election time he is shedding crocodile tears for minorities. leaked report to HRC is probably a staged drama by high command again keeping election in mind.

    These low lives will do any thing to safe keep their own privileges.
    There is nothing strange in what Gandasara has said as that’s his class.

    Such humiliation for peace loving Buddhist of Sri Lanka. This whole show is to fool the forgetful,unpatriotic and violent Lankans. Our loss is their gain. Let’s vote them to power again people :)

    Voting to JVP is wiser at this stage if u hate the UNP.

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      I am also against the way Hakeem and other muslim leaders in general behave in the parliament, but as a Minsiter of Justice of the country he must be given some respect. Here, the bugger Ghanasara is beyond all levels AND bearing.

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    Buddhist monks came forward right time protect the freedom of the country. Muslims started to force women to cover faces, closed all bars, dozered Buddha statues, forcefull conversions….

    Now thanks to these monks, we can enjoy freedom.

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      Aruna

      “Muslims started to force women to cover faces”

      It is a mistake.

      Muslims must force men to cover their ugly faces.

      “Now thanks to these monks, we can enjoy freedom.”

      Don’t insult Gota.

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      Aruna, you are so right about these Muslims. I feared that If not for these brave and patriotic monks who have come out to defend us, our men would all have been circumcised and our women would have suffered F G M by now.

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      In Sri Lanka we are not short of ignorant [Edited out] like you, hence the reason for us being in this predicament

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      Aruna Did any Muslim come to your Mother Sister Wife and ask them to cover their faces? If anyone want to practice their religion let them practise. If there is security threat because this covering thing let the relevant officers handle the matter legally. who the f* is this A* h* Gandhasara? Who gave him all those rights to talk in filth in public?
      He is a criminal. This drunkard bastard has a case for driving a vehicle without license and that too under the influence of liqure and killed someone.
      What monk is he? Are we Buddists fools to entertain such things.
      Is Gothaya such a fool to assume we Buddists are deaf and dumb?

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        Pandu,
        I just think he is just frustrated.
        Castration would be the only way.
        I would never call him as a monk. This creature has harmed enough sofar, not knowing the least to behave, how come he can continue wearing SANGA constumes ?
        That bugger who is standing by him – as secretary of him should be made accoutable too.

        Those who boast even today to have won a war against brutal LTTEers have failed to control a filthy mouth – fake monk ?

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      This monks or barbarians ? with butcher qualifications ?

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    Gandhassara has nothing whatsoever to do with the teachings of Buddhism. He doesn’t even belong to the mainstream of Sinhala-Buddhism. He belongs to some lunatic fringe which is actually working to destroy Sri Lanka’s image and credibility at this critical hour when it’s under international scrutiny. He is making a big stink and should be disrobed immediately. Without the robe he would be reduced to nothing, just a failed lorry driver.

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      No doubt, he deserves to undergo long term jail sessions heavy punishment if he behaved this way one of the following countries; Germany, Singapore or even Californian state. These countries you can see the law is WORDLY in function. I like it – these buggers should finally learn to respect human beings WHICH is the first they have to learn.

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    I could not find anything wrong in what Hakeem spoke at this event. But for the Balu Bala Sena head to threaten not only Minister Hakeem but the entire Muslim Trading Community is not acceptable at all. This so called liquor consuming Buddhist Monk is instigating and threatening violence against the Muslim Community. Where is the implementation of the Prevention of Terrorism Act? Where is the so called Secretary of Defence who is the God Father of the PTA? Where is justice?

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    Christ Is Lord
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    Buddhism the most depressing religion in the world
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    The reason there are so many suicides among the sinhalese buddhists, which is also noted as the highest in Asia, comes as no surprise at all. Most sinhalese buddhist suffer from schizophrenia, the same mental illness Siddartha suffered from. Siddartha was a very depressed freak who was forcefully kept in the palace until one day he took off and nearly comminted sucide. He never went into any meditation or never ever attained any enlightment. All that is a myth. He was so depressed that he was starving himself to death in the jungle when he was found by a hunter who provided him with fruits and rescued him and took him back to the palace, he later commited sucide.

    It was Ashoka, the evil ,ruthless king, who fabricated buddhism and created the mythical person Buddha .

    Ashoka, too, went in to a deep depression when he suddenly started thinking alone about all the atrocities he did to his people. Some of the ruthless, sick and sadistic things he used to do to his people are beyond discussion, so he fabricated a fake religion called buddhism and used Siddartha as his fabricated person and then he converted from Hindusim to buddhism to “wash away” all his sins.

    Buddhism is a total failure. Its followers are the biggest hypocrites in the world. While boasting of peace, non-violence, free from all sins, they actually live a life right oppesite the teaching of Ashoka The ruthless.

    Fake Buddhism denies all good things in life for its followers, the followers end up very depressed and they end up as Psycopaths. They end up abusing alcohol, drugs and then usually go on a rampage in mass killing , rape etc. You will always find this prevalent in Buddhist-majority countries.

    They usally blame their depressed actions on the devil and then they engage in having witchcraft and devil dance practiced by witch doctors. The witch doctors give the pateints heavy doses of portions mixed with marijuana and opium and other intoxicants which sends the patetients into a frenzy of shaking and dancing .

    Buddhism encourages homosexuality among their priesthood and the young novist priests are actually a gift from poor families for the senior monk to release his carnal desires and it is not considered a sin or wrong.
    Buddhism is the most sick cult in the world
    Finally the often spoken-of tooth relic of the buddha is fake. Buddhists are the biggest fakes on the face of the earth.
    And even after all this, the Buddists who I meet have the nerve to call my religion fake and abusive. You call our Priests pedophiles while your monks molest children everyday. Jesus Christ’s preachings make more sense than this nonsense that you follow.

    Note:

    Ashoka’s Hell was, according to legend, an elaborate torture chamber disguised as a beautiful and attractive palace full of amenities such as exclusive baths and decorated with flowers, fruit trees and ornaments. It was built by King Ashoka (304–232 BCE) in Patliputra (modern Patna, India), the capital city of the Maurya Empire. The legend of the torture palace is detailed in the Ashokavadana, the text that describes King Ashoka’s life through both legendary and historical accounts.

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      JULIAN THE CRUSADER

      “Buddhism the most depressing religion in the world”

      You may be right, as a religion it could be a depressing one.

      However Buddha’s teaching is most enlightening.

      “Buddhism encourages homosexuality among their priesthood and the young novist priests”

      Do you mean the catholic priests who have been practicing homosexuality for centuries pious followers of Buddhism?

      “Its followers are the biggest hypocrites in the world. While boasting of peace, non-violence, free from all sins, they actually live a life right oppesite the teaching of Ashoka The ruthless.”

      You may be right again, however tell us about the history of Christian wars against hapless people through out the world up to this minute.

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    The biggest joker is Dullas.How pathetic he is now.He says because they(and all of us) were silent during the LTTE days,they(and we also) must keep silent forever under whatever circumstances and should not challenge the regime or its’ rogue allies..In a way it is true as there is not much difference between the Prabha’s rule and Rajapakshe’s rule.So if you were a coward during Prabha’s times, be same for the Raja.Simple solution from this veteran leftist politician.Well done Dullas.You are a star.

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    Park
    I could not find anything wrong in what Hakeem spoke at this event. But for the Balu Bala Sena head to threaten not only Minister Hakeem but the entire Muslim Trading Community is not acceptable at all. This so called liquor consuming Buddhist Monk is instigating and threatening violence against the Muslim Community. Where is the implementation of the Prevention of Terrorism Act? Where in is the so called Secretary of Defence who is the God Father of the PTA? Where is justice?
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    Park -This is why he went Burma and Met Wiruthu ,this was already in their agenda ,they were just waiting for the UN thing to be done with & anyways Muslim traders are been subject to intimidation ,already everyone in Pettah pays protection money this is a known fact but pettah buggers wont admit because they are not clean you see ,these are the buggers who are the cause for the innocent to suffer ,they will pay their way through as usual same as what happened at sea street ,the gold merchants paid Prems and his thugs so the were spared ,like The notorious Muslim paint manufacturer’s story.

    It is a sad story for Innocent and a few honest businessman in Pettah.

    There is no doubt they will fabricate something like what they did in Burma ,even kill their own kind and frame an innocent Muslim.

    Anyways they will attack the Muslim business in large scale ,This yellow robe thug has spit it out at-last.

    What hakeem has done is 100% correct and no matter what The Muslims in Sri Lanka and Sri Lankan Muslims living all over the world must translate all the hate speeches and distribute it ,and also file a case in The UN against this thug for threatening to Murder Hakeem.

    We are waiting to see The government arrest this guy for openly inciting terrorism and threatening to Murder one of their ministers ,if he is not arrested and punished then you can be 100% sure the government is completely anti Muslim .

    we will soon put up display Videos in all the 56 Muslim countries with translation of BBS. That is a promise .

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      This is good.

      You the muslims have to fight against any kind of facist groups.

      BBS is not respected by many in the country.

      Today´s context, there are no transparent ways to check this given the fact President´s brother is alleged to have close links with BBS.

      Media freedom has become a fremd word to lanken households today, they only know what is being broadcasted/telecasted on govt media channels. There are few there but most of them have no space to publish the responses gotten them by public – because media instiatutions are under threat. This is not seen to many, becasue all these subtle mechanims under the spy eye of defence ministry of the current regime.

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        you say,’BBS is not respected by many in the country.’ If so, why worry about BBS? Just ignore it. If you want to see fascist groups, just read what muslims do to themselves in the middle eastern countries.

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          Man yo would not want to bite the dogs if dogs would bite you right ?

          We had been a great buddhist folks until Ghanasara broke every decencies. To me, if one would put him jail for indefinite period with heavy loads of labor, could calm me. Else, I would never hail his as a good movement. These buggers live up their fantasies dressed in sanga constumes.
          They should be cornered and convicted as one who commited high crimes. They are a threat to civil folks. Not only non buddhist but buddhists lived their lives for such a long time giving a great picture to the world. People in Europe thought srilankens are gentle and hearted because of their philosophy-practising buddhism in srilanka. But looking at the way, brutal bitch´s son GAG behaved on this and several other places as a born culprit, we are all appalled. I would never feel like secure so long this religious forces leave free to active in the great island.

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      Keep up the good work. Not only put out the videos of BBS you also should put out videos of Muslim politicians who are supporting the regime. This is more important than BBS as the voters in SL should know whom they are supporting.

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      Even us Lay Buddhists try to observe the First precept.

      This man who calls himself a Buddhist Monk, does not even observe the Layman’s five precepts!

      What are the Mahanayakes doing about it?

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    Not a single Buddhist temple allowed in Islamic countries.

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      No they dont. we should ban them in Sri lanka too

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      Aruna

      “Not a single Buddhist temple allowed in Islamic countries.”

      They don’t allow you adultery and stone you to death.

      They don’t allow you to steal and they shop your hands.

      What they do is abuse your women folks while unemployed men back in SL idle away their time.

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      for a few example, Indonasia, malaysia, banladesh, are muslims countries and they have buddhist temples

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    Dozering Dighavapi and Muhudu Vihara was a mistake. These people will never be looked upon as friends. They will be forced out from the country.
    Great civilization of Sri lanka will flourish for another 2500 years.

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      Very true. They thought that they can take over the country with Halal and dozering statues.

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    ANURA MODA PAKAYA. THE MOST IGNORANT FOOL

    THERE ARE NO ISLAMIC COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD FOR YOUR INFORMATION.

    THERE ARE ONLY COUNTRIES WITH MUSLIM MAJORITIES AND THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT BASED AT ALL ON ISLAMIC SHARIA ,NOT EVE SAUDI- IT IS AL-SAUD LAW.

    AND YOU FOOL MALAYSIA /INDONESIA/BRUNEI/BANGLADESH/ JUST TO NAME A FEW ALL HAVE ENOUGH BUDDHIST TEMPLES GET YOURSELF EDUCATED YOU IGNORANT RACIST.

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    Hemantha –

    do not worry in the next ten years to come The Born again Christians- AOG & The CALVARY CHURCH WITH THE POWER OF USA AND ISRAEL WILL CONVERT FIRST ALL THE CATHOLICS AND THEN ALL THE BUDDHIST ,IT WILL SOON BECOME A CHRISTIAN COUNTRY WITH THE BLESSINGS OF YOUR GOVERNMENT TOO.

    CHEERS

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    Faizer Mustapha Should be Apologising to Muslims
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    Faizer Mustapha Should be Apologising to Muslims for Attempting to Take Political Advantage by Raising the Awful Prospect of Race Riots
    21 August 2012, 10:43 pm
    by Kath Noble

    Rauff Hakeem is a generous man. A week or so ago, he issued what he referred to as an ‘unreserved apology’ to all Buddhists in Sri Lanka for a remark he made on the campaign trail that some people had interpreted as an insult to the Sangha.

    Indeed, he didn’t just say sorry. The SLMC leader also praised the pluralism practised by Sinhalese Buddhists from as long ago as the time of King Senarath, who gave Muslims land in the Eastern Province when they were being persecuted by the Portuguese, and acknowledged the patronage and benevolence Muslims had always enjoyed under Sinhalese rule.

    The media didn’t stint on its coverage of his statement, and the frenzied criticism that both preceded and followed it was also given plenty of attention – Faizer Mustapha, his colleague in the UPFA administration, accused Rauff Hakeem of trying to provoke race riots for political gain.

    Race riots? He wants a repeat of 1915? Believe that and you’ll believe anything.

    The funny thing is that there was no such widespread reporting of what the SLMC leader actually said in the first place.

    The whole episode had very little to do with any offence caused and nothing at all to do with any potential danger to the country – very few people would have come to hear of Rauff Hakeem’s comment if not for the ruckus created by his critics. Instead, it had everything to do with the September 8th provincial council elections, in which the SLMC has decided to go it alone in the Eastern Province. Since Muslims are now a majority in the East, the SLMC is expected to do well, and no doubt it didn’t want to risk the fate of M. L. A. M. Hizbullah, who brought his faction to contest with the UPFA in 2008 on the understanding that the community with the most votes would be offered the chief ministerial position only to see it handed to the TMVP – Tamils won only six seats compared to eight for Muslims.

    It is actually Faizer Mustapha who should be apologising to Muslims for attempting to take political advantage by raising the awful prospect of race riots.

    What made all this possible was the use of the phrase ‘saffron terror’, which Rauff Hakeem urged must be tackled as was the LTTE.

    It is not a very helpful phrase, certainly. Muslims don’t like it when people call Al Qaeda Islamic terrorists, on the basis that Islam has nothing to do with terrorism – just because terrorists claim to be acting in the interests of a particular faith doesn’t mean they should be taken seriously. Predominantly Islamic countries never use the word Islamic in connection with Al Qaeda, in the same way as Anders Behring Breivik isn’t called a Christian terrorist in countries where the dominant religion is Christianity (he sometimes isn’t even referred to as a terrorist!) – indeed, this label is rarely applied elsewhere either, so dominant is the West in the formation of the global narrative.

    Also, ‘saffron terror’ is the phrase in common use by Indians including the Congress and its now former Home Minister P Chidambaram to describe terrorism by rightwing extremist groups adhering to Hindu nationalist ideology.

    This is obviously not comparable with anything that is happening in Sri Lanka.

    Rightwing extremist groups in India have been linked to a series of blasts in the last half decade that together have killed hundreds of people. When a bomb explodes, as happened in Pune on August 1st, the first reaction of the Police is now to acknowledge that it is as likely to be the work of Hindu extremists as it is of Muslim extremists.

    Even generally speaking, the relationship between communities in the two countries cannot be compared. Race riots are a current reality in India – since July 20th, violence in the Northeastern state of Assam between Muslims and indigenous tribes has claimed more than 75 lives and resulted in 300,000 people fleeing their homes, while there has also been a mass exodus of Northeastern migrants from Southern cities like Bangalore and Chennai due to fears of a backlash.

    Sri Lanka is much better off.

    However, this is not guaranteed to remain the case. Given the history, which includes several events like those of 1915, and the fact that the country is just emerging from a generation long war fought by a group claiming to represent one particular community in the face of discrimination and oppression by a chauvinist state, it might be wise to err on the side of caution.

    More important than how Rauff Hakeem expressed himself is the point he was trying to make. The phrase ‘saffron terror’ as employed by him was meant to refer to the involvement of Buddhist priests in acts of violence against other communities.

    The Dambulla incident in April this year made the headlines around the world thanks to the availability of rather compelling visuals of monks leading a mob in storming and vandalising a mosque they claimed was built illegally within the declared sacred area of the Golden Temple. Anybody who still hasn’t watched the footage should immediately search for it on the internet (‘Bigoted monks and militant mobs: is this Buddhism in Sri Lanka today?’, Groundviews, April 23rd), since it is bound to change your perspective on the seriousness of the problem. The sight of a monk disrobing and jumping up and down exposing himself outside the mosque while other monks break down the door cannot be forgotten, nor can the explanation given by the Ven Inamaluwe Sri Sumangala Thero that the act of destroying the mosque is actually a shramadanaya in which all Buddhists should participate.

    Three issues merit repetition. First, the monks used their status to achieve their objectives – the Police were present in numbers, but they did not prevent the monks from breaking the law, although they did restrain lay people.

    Secondly, their concerns could have been resolved with very little difficulty if they had chosen a different path. The mosque is not like Ayodhya or the Temple Mount. It grew up to serve the Muslims of the area, but there is no desperate attachment to that particular location – it is not the Prophet’s birth or deathplace. Also, the structure itself is more or less makeshift. Putting up a new one in another place wouldn’t have been an unthinkable task before the mob attack inflamed passions. The Government could have negotiated for suitable land outside the declared sacred area.

    Thirdly and most importantly, Muslim leaders responded very sensibly, moving to reduce rather than increase tensions, ensuring that protests were non-violent.

    It is a shame that the Government has not apologised to Muslims for its failure to protect their religious freedom on that occasion. In particular, if saying sorry for statements that some people find upsetting is in order, Prime Minister D. M. Jayaratne should have done so for responding to the mob attack with an announcement that as Minister of Buddha Sasana and Religious Affairs he was ordering the immediate removal of the mosque – this was hardly the responsible course of action, if there was even the smallest chance of race riots.

    Meanwhile, the Ven Inamaluwe Sri Sumangala Thero is clearly not going to issue an ‘unreserved apology’, since he apparently believes that violence is a perfectly acceptable way of getting what you want (‘A monk on the rampage’, interview by Niranjala Ariyawansha of the Sunday Leader, May 6th).

    The Dambulla incident happened months ago, and it may be argued that the damage done by the Buddhist priests was minimal – the mosque is back in operation and the people of the area have resumed their normal practice of peaceful and harmonious coexistence. Indeed, it is true. Sri Lanka must certainly not be castigated as an intolerant society, since to do so would be to ignore the common behaviour of the vast majority of its people and even the general attitude of its leaders. However, there would have been no damage at all if not for the Buddhist priests – they guided their followers in what was very definitely the wrong direction.

    Also, Buddhist priests continue to be involved in such incidents, while nothing is being done about what looks like becoming a trend in the post-war environment.

    In the last fortnight alone, reports indicate that a mob led by a Buddhist priest took away a statue of a god from a Hindu kovil in Panama, Eastern Province, while in Deniyaya, Southern Province, another mob including Buddhist priests beat and threatened to kill a Christian pastor and his wife whom they accused of spreading Christianity in the area.

    These are much worse insults to the Sangha than anything that was or ever could be said by Rauff Hakeem.

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    More evidence NFF MUZZAMIL IS A KUFAR
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    HELPING TO SHOW PIG DOWN THE THROATS OF MUSLIM .

    WHEN WILL GOD STRIKE THIS MAN WITH HIS CURSE FOR DECEIVING THE MUSLIMS AND COLLABORATING WITH THE ENEMIES OF GOD ALMIGHTY TO MURDER A MUSLIM BROTHER?

    Halal label not needed – NFF

    March 1, 2013 1:59 am

    By Lashane Cooray

    The National Freedom Front (NFF) claimed food products do not require halal certification, as long as they clearly indicate the ingredients contained in the products.

    NFF Spokesperson, Mohamed Muzammil, speaking to the media yesterday said, halal is a way of life for the Muslims and it should not be made into a profit making business for some.

    “Halal is an Islamic way of life. In addition to food, it applies to their way of thinking as well as to their clothing. This is why we say such a concept cannot be sold to the public by means of a certificate. As long as the raw ingredients used in the product are clearly mentioned in the label that should be enough,” he noted.

    Citing claims made by the Customs authorities of solidified and powdered pig oil being imported into the country to be added to milk powder, he said, “These milk powder products have the Halal Certificate. How is that possible, if pig oil has been added to them?” he asked.

    He added that many people are confused by the concept of halal, which did not apply in emergency or life threatening situations.

    Alleging the issuing of the Halal Certificate has served to reduce the growth of businesses in Sri Lanka, he said, “We must give priority to the products of our own country, without chasing after imported products.”

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    Shame to have this man in Buddhism and in Sri Lanka. Look at the foul language he speaks in PUBLIC and after his famous DRINK and DRIVE OFFENCE..
    Imagine his private life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Please don’t send your children to his Temple!!!
    Why this man still at large even after committing so many crimes?
    Why he is not yet arrested for meeting the Witharu the Burma Terrorist????

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    HELPING TO SHOW PIG DOWN THE THROATS OF MUSLIM

    correction shove PIG DOWN THE THROATS OF MUSLIM

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    More evidence NFF MUZZAMIL IS A KUFAR ============================================== HELPING TO SHOW PIG DOWN THE THROATS OF MUSLIM . WHEN WILL GOD STRIKE THIS MAN WITH HIS CURSE FOR DECEIVING THE MUSLIMS AND COLLABORATING WITH THE ENEMIES OF GOD ALMIGHTY TO MURDER A MUSLIM BROTHER? Halal label not needed – NFF-

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    Muzazzamil says not our way of thinking ,but their way of thinking

    Quote :Muzzamil ( Kafir)
    “Halal is an Islamic way of life. In addition to food, it applies to their way of thinking as well as to their clothing. =============
    =====================

    and please not the seriousness of claiming it to be a way of thinking of the Muslims … not a religious commandment … laid by God to Muslims in Qur’an by God almighty ,further he accuses The Jamiyathul Ullamas as crooks making profit .

    what is this paraya doing right now? is he not robbing the country left right and center from the flats being built?

    DO YOU STILL BELIEVE THIS SCUM DOES NOT DESERVE THE LAHANETH OF ALLAH ? DO YOU STILL BELIEVE HE IS A MUSLIM JUST BECAUSE HE HAS A MUSLIM NAME?

    HE IS OPENLY DISTANCING HIMSELF FROM MUSLIM AND ISLAM, WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT ?

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    It is high time senior buddhist priests to come forward with new proposals regarding the code of conduct of a monk. If anyone would want to deviate those guidelines should be forced to derobe. The first to be to so is Ghanasara – derobed Ghanasara should be kept away from human association until he become non-violent. Rehabilitation centres for Criminals like Ghanasara should be made for the sake of protecting long held gentle kind of buddhism in the wonderful Island- which is our motherland.

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    The latest leak is

    Who is the real boss of BBS/Ravaya etc..??????????????????????

    The boss is none other than karuna –

    The Funding by ? Yes.KP.

    karuna has a deep hate against the Muslim community ,the first thing he did when he became a Minister was, he removed all the Muslim students from eastern province who are above brilliance from the Sri Jayawardene University & transferred them to baticolo & only 10 % of the female students were given admission rest sent home, and no place given for medical students .

    Karuna has vowed to break the Muslim community’s back borne ,their business ,deny their religious dietary , make religious practice impossible and finally to end the life of Rauf Hakeen , this is what the government agreed in return for him to betray LTTE .

    Remember karuna personally led every single massacre of Muslims in The eastern province ,the killing in The Mosques was led by him and he partook in the killing.

    The government is helpless ,they have committed to Karuna , no choice but to sacrife the Muslim Community and the life of Rauf Hakeem

    Rauf hakeem must approach a Islamic embassy asap and seek asylum with his family ,otherwise they will Kill him for sure.

    The official leak ,including getting Germany to fund the galle HQ of BBS. the Norway’s visit to BBS office (arranged by Karuna) & their trip to USA- ill be out in time.

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    Minister Hakeem deserves this condemnation because he is not an honest man. He will join any party to grab power and position. In fact after getting scolded and insulted by the president he still clings on to his ministry. Any self respecting man would have resigned. His behaviour is a disgrace to Muslims. He had let down Muslims in a big way

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