Is the world failing Sri Lankan Victims of Terrorism

Do not allow the Tamil tiger separatists to Hijack a rightful campaign!
A campaign that will put an END to the use of Women and Children abused in conflicts terror and war.
While Tamil Tiger separatists are campaigning for Tamil tigers in London
Is the world failing the Victims of Terrorism.
They used the women to carry suicide bombs
They used children to engage in massacres
They used and sexually abused vulnerable girls boys and women for sexual gratification “comfort girls” and “comforters”
They hacked to death and dismembered women and children in border villages
They abused the person of women when gutting – slashing the bust – the stomach – the genitals. 
Is the world failing the many thousands of Victims of Terrorism?



 Following are some of the mass-scale massacres targeting an ethnic group undertaken by the LTTE which fall in to the category of genocide. All these massacres were executed by the LTTE in the Eastern Province to achieve its goal of a mono-ethnic combined North-East Provinces that they claim as the ‘Tamil Homeland’. The Tamil Tigers were successful in ejecting the Sinhalese and Muslims from the Northern Province, using the weapon of mass massacre.

On 03rd August 1990, gun-carrying Tamil Tiger terrorists swooped on Muslim prayers inside the holy KATTANKUDY mosque and butchered 103 Muslim prayers including over 25 small children. The dastardly mass murder provoked condemnation from the international community.

Nov. 30, 1984 – Kent Farm, Vavuniya – Armed terrorists shot dead 29 Sinhalese settlers and injured several others

Nov. 30, 1984 – Dollar Farm, Vavuniya – Armed terrorists shot dead 33 Sinhalese settlers and injured several others

May 14, 1985 – Anuradhapura – Armed terrorists invaded town and shot dead 146 Sinhalese and injured 85 others. This included pilgrims who were at the Sacred Sri Maha Bodhi premises.

Nov. 7, 1985 – Namalwatta, Morawewa, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 10 Sinhalese villagers

May 25, 1986 – Mahadivulwewa, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 20 Sinhalese and set fire to 20 houses

June 4, 1986 – Andankulam, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 17 Sinhalese, including Ven. Bakamune Subaddalankara Thera

April 20, 1987 – Jayanthipura, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 15 Sinhalese villagers

May 29, 1987 – Arantalawa, Ampara – Armed terrorists shot dead 30 Bhikkhus and four Sinhalese civilians and injured 15 Bhikkhus

June 2, 1987 – Arantalawa, Ampara – Bloody massacre and brutal mutilation of 33 young Bhikkhus and their mentor, Chief Priest Ven. Hegoda Indrasara Thera

Oct. 6, 1987 – Batticaloa – Armed terrorists shot dead 18 Sinhalese

Oct. 6, 1987 – Sagarapura, Kuchchuveli, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 27 Sinhalese villagers

Oct. 6, 1987 – Thalavai, Eravur – Armed terrorists shot dead 10 Sinhalese villagers

Dec. 31, 1987 – Mahadivulwewa, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 10 villagers and burnt 15 houses

March 2, 1988 – Morawewa, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 14 Sinhalese villagers

March 14, 1988 -Gamletiyawa, Kantale, Trincomalee – Armed terrorists shot dead 13 Sinhalese villagers

March 15, 1988 – Kivulkade, Trincomalee – Two groups of terrorists entered the village and killed seven Sinhalese villagers

March 22, 1988 – Paudukulam, Vavuniya – Ten to 15 armed terrorists attacked the Sinhalese village and killed six villagers, three injured

March 22, 1988 – Medawachchikulam, Vavuniya – Armed terrorists shot dead nine Sinhalese villagers

August 3, 1990 – Kattankudy – Gun-carrying terrorists swooped on Muslim prayers inside the holy mosque and butchered 103 including over 25 small children

Aug. 7, 1990 – Bandaraduwa Uhana, Ampara – About 40 armed terrorists went to a Sinhalese village and killed 30 and injured four

Aug. 19, 1991 – Palliyagodella, Polonnaruwa – Terrorists attacked Muslim village, killing 13 and injuring six

April 29, 1992 – Alinchipotana, Polonnaruwa – Terrorists attacked village, killing 56 Muslims and injuring 15

Oct. 15, 1992 – Palliyagodella, Ahamedpura, Agbopura, Pamburana and Polonnaruwa – About 200-300 armed terrorists attacked Muslim villages and shot and hacked to death 172 civilians (171 of them Muslims), 12 policemen and eight soldiers,;83 others injured.

Sep. 18, 1999 – Kalpengala and Bedirekka, Ampara – Terrorists massacred 61 Sinhalese villagers including 17 women and seven children in three villages. The victims were dragged from sleep and hacked and chopped to death using machetes and swords, some of them still on bed.

May 29, 2006 – Omadiyamadu, Welikanda – Twelve workers killed while two escape death in alleged Tiger attack. They were engaged in an irrigation canal construction project for the Mahaweli Authority undertaken by a contractor.

June 15, 2006 – Kebithigollewa – Sixty four including 15 schoolchildren, several pregnant women, a Bhikkhu and many civilians massacred

Aug. 3, 2006 – Muttur – Three schools in the East were bombarded with heavy artillery fire. The intention of the LTTE very clearly was to cause maximum damage to a hapless innocent Muslim community who were gathered in large numbers at these refugee centres

April 5 and 12, 2007 – Aralaganvila and Paleuruwa, Awaranthulawa, Vavuniya – LTTE terrorists killed six women and one man and injured a few others. According to defence sources, an armed group of terrorists stormed the village around 4:30 pm and executed two families at two houses. Earlier, LTTE terrorists killed four civilians at Aralaganvila

Dec. 5, 2007 – Abhimanpura, Kebithigollewa – Another massive bomb targeting a civilian bus, 16 dead, 23 injured

Jan. 16, 2008 – Okkampitiya, Moneragala – Massacre of schoolchildren; 28 killed and 64 wounded

Feb. 21, 2009 -Kirimetiya, Ratmalgaha Ella in Inginiyagala, Ampara – LTTE cadre stormed the predominantly Sinhalese village, indiscriminately fired at a farming community, killing 21 and injuring 20 others including children.


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