Published On: Sun, Nov 27th, 2016

Maaveerar Naal commemorated across North-East

vavuniya-maaveerar-day-2016In addition to public events this year, Maaveerar Naal continued to be marked privately in people’s homes, as many remained fearful of military intelligence officers and reprisal.

Many built replica tombstones on their land echoing the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam’s tombstones that have since been destroyed by the Sri Lankan military.
Placard reads: ‘Freedom is the reward of shedding blood, sweat and tears, of enduring unthinkable pain – leader of the nation, Tamil Eelam’

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PPT, Peoples’ verdict and Eezham Tamil Heroes[Sun, 27 Nov 2016, 07:15 GMT]

If there was any meaningful international investigation conducted on the genocide of Eezham Tamils, identifying the ultimate culprits, that was the proceedings in two sittings undertaken by the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal (PPT) in 2010 and 2013. The PPT has identified the USA, the UK and India as ultimately responsible. The justice has not come in procedural ways from the United Nations or from the deliberations of outfits like the Commonwealth – all manipulated by the very same ultimate culprits and their bandwagon. But, justice has come in unique ways by peoples of the said countries sharply denouncing the paradigm on which their Establishments were riding on so far. In 2016, Eezham Tamils remembering the day of their heroes, who basically defied the paradigm, have every reason to have the feeling of vindication. Full story >>

University of Jaffna commemorates Tamil Eelam Heroes[Fri, 25 Nov 2016, 22:47 GMT]

Delivering a sharp message against the threats coming from armed Sinhala policemen of genocidal Sri Lanka, who stormed the hostel premises in the early hours of Wednesday and warned the students not to mark Tamil Eelam Heroes Day, the entire University on Friday confluenced at Kailaasapathy Hall commemorating Tamil Eelam Heroes Day. Academics and students, including Muslim and Sinhala students, took part in the memorial event lighting candles in front of the symbol of Kaarthikaip-poo, the flower declared by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam as the national flower of Tamil Eelam. Photos celebrating the life of LTTE Leader Veluppillai Pirapaharan and posters paying tribute to fallen Tamil Eelam Heroes were put up at several places. The move, planned in total silence, was quickly mobilised as the students wanted to mark it before the weekend this year. Full story >>

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