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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2736

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British soil used for jihadist activities

While it is well known to all of us that the United Kingdom has always been at the forefront of fighting terrorism and radical Islamic jihad, most definitely the British policymakers and Britons now need to answer the question as to why they have been allowing the British soil to some individuals in continuing jihadist activities.

British soil used for jihadist activities
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Prayers of Intercession for Sri Lanka…

“The Lord is with you” is the joyous Christian Easter affirmation that resounds in this season and it is not just a solemn proclamation in the Holy bible, but a real promise of God, said Very Rev. Msgr. Neville Joe Perera, the national coordinator to the Sri Lankan migrants in Italy as the chief celebrant at the Feast of Our Lady of Divine Revelation (la Festa della Madonna della revelasione).

Prayers of Intercession for Sri Lanka…
Prayers of Intercession for Sri Lanka…
Prayers of Intercession for Sri Lanka…
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SIS patron releases two video messages against Bangladesh

Sitting in London, Islamic State funder and fugitive criminal Md. Shahid Uddin Khan issued two statements in Bangla and English on the video sharing site copying the video messages of Islamic State. In the messages, Md. Shahid Uddin Khan is seen wearing black dress (a dress worn by ISIS members) and on purpose he has used dark glasses to hide his eyes.

SIS patron releases two video messages against Bangladesh
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Can anyone easily forget the Easter Sunday massacre?

Will there be any normal life left for them in this world? A family of five attends the service on Easter Sunday but only two of them return home losing three of their loved ones killed by the heartless brutes, the suicide bombers.

Can anyone easily forget the Easter Sunday massacre?
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Impact of Easter Sunday Bombing and ts aftermath – Mangala Samaraweera

This is a time when our nation which was emerging from conflict and beginning to work together for a brighter and more prosperous future for all, has been shaken to its very core. 359 persons have been killed, 45 of them children. Over 500 have been injured, said Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera yesterday, in the floor of the Sri Lankan Parliament .

Impact of Easter Sunday Bombing and ts aftermath – Mangala Samaraweera
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Islamic Extremism and Terrorist Cells

In recent years following the end of the war in 2009, Islamic religious organizations like
Thowheed Jamath — Wahhabist groups which preach religious extremism and intolerance — have taken root in the underdeveloped Eastern Province, and have gradually gained influence in other parts of Sri Lanka.

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Shocked Hindus strongly condemn Sri Lanka massacre on Easter Sunday

Hindus have strongly condemned massacre on Easter Sunday in various Sri Lanka churches and other places, killing worshippers and others; and expressed sympathy to victims.

Rajan Zed
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ACMC calls for restraint, unity to achieve reconciliation

In the wake of the deadly Easter Sunday bomb attacks that claimed 290 lives across the country, All Ceylon Makkal Congress (ACMC) called Sri Lankans to move for collective actions together and not to fall into a new conflict at a time when the tenth anniversary of the end of previous conflict is just around the corner.

Leader of All Ceylon Makkal Congress (ACMC) and Minister of Industry, Commerce, Resettlement of Protracted Displaced Persons, Cooperative Development, Skills Development and Vocational Training, Rishad Bathiudeen MP
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Our responsibility following the jihadist attacks in Sri Lanka

Over two hundred innocent people had already died in the April 22 jihadist attacks in Sri Lanka, with few more hundreds critically injured. Still there are potential risks of more attacks in that country.

Our responsibility following the jihadist attacks in Sri Lanka
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The day the country turned a funeral house

It was just a week ago an Indian investor in Sri Lanka and a reputed businessman in Saudi Arabia expressed their admiration for Sri Lanka at a lunch function in Riyadh.

The day the country turned a funeral house
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