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War crimes inquiry needed over 20,000 Tamil civilian deaths in Sri Lanka: The Hidden Massacre by Sri Lankan Army
Sri Lankan President Majinda Rajapaksa ordered his army to slaughter the Tamil people after trapping them in a small area in 2009, there is no doubt that what took place is highly illegal under international law and any moral code.
The Tamil people met their fate because they spoke out and defended themselves against a government that is mostly Buddhist that engineered human rights to cater to a particular faith. Tamil Hindus and Christians have paid the supreme price.
After the current president took office in 2005, one of his first moves was to disengage from the fragile peace process between Tamils and Sinhalese that had been in place.
Again, in a pattern highly similar to Israel's treatment of Palestinians, Sri Lanka routed and isolated its perceived enemies and then claimed after slaughtering them, that Tamil people has sacrificed civilians as 'human shields'.
Do you have what it takes to watch the videos? I hope so, because if you're American, then your own tax dollars are backing it, and your own national weapon manufacturers are providing the necessary Genocidal tools.
Video (BELOW) from 5 Oct 2009; Sri Lankan Army has killed more than 3000 innocent Tamil civilians inside safety zone in northern Sri Lanka. 400 of the dead are children. Sri Lanka Army used chemical weapons and cluster munitions to do this carnage in one night. The roads and buildings are full of dead bodies.
More than 3000 Tamilcivilians killed and hundreds injured by Sri Lanka army shelling in So-called Safe Zone - 5 Nov 2009
SLA Sri Lankan Army killed 410 Tamils with Bombing-Shelling on May 2. Chemical Weapons were used to massacre Tamil Eelam.
Video (BELOW) edited in Tamil Nadu by Rajesh. 'Sinhalese people's life compared to Tamils.
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