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More than 1200 protesters marched against LTTE Tamil Tigers in Berlin

Berlin, 31 July, (Asiantribune.com): Now it is the turn of the Sri Lankan diaspora to protest against the reclusive Tiger leader Velupillai Prabakaran and his terror outfit, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam throughout Europe. The latest successful protest march against the Tamil Tiger terrorists’ atrocities was staged in Berlin, Germany. These type of marches against the Tamil Tigers were something unthinkable a couple of years ago, but today Sri Lankan diaspora in Europe are determined to expose the terrorists atrocities to the world by protesting in all the European capitals.

On 26 July, "Sri Lankans against LTTE Terror – Germany", successfully organized a demonstration against the Sri Lankan terrorist group, the LTTE also known as Tamil Tigers. Protest against LTTE in the streets of Berlin, GermanyProtest against LTTE in the streets of Berlin, Germany

More than 1200 Sri Lankans and Germans from all over Germany took part in the demonstration, which commenced from Alexanderplatz.

The protesters marched carrying placards and shouting slogans from Alexanderplatz in Berlin-Mitte via "Unter den Linden" through Brandenburg Gate inside Tiergarten to Scheidemannstrasse opposite the Bundestag, the German Parliament. Along the way, the bystanders were educated about the objective of the demonstration with leaflets.

The protesters demanded Germany to take action against the LTTE and its front organizations that collect funds for the LTTE terrorists under the guise of charity.

"Sri Lankans against LTTE Terror- Germany," who organized the successful protest march demanded the Federal Government to:

1) Execute the EU Ban of the LTTE also in Germany on the highest level.

2) Ban the LTTE in all the 16 Federal States as a terrorist organization without any exclusion.

3) Ban all its front organizations active in Germany like the Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO), Tamil Youth Organization (TYO), and Tamil Coordinating Committee (TCC).

4) Execute strict Observations, Investigations and Punishments with regard to the fundraising activities of the LTTE in Germany in a sustainable way.

- Asian Tribune -

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