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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2588

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Christian Arabs’ Plight: Foreign ‘Protection’ Counterproductive

Suddenly, the U. S. - European alliance is acting to protect the “existence” of the Christian Arab minority against the Muslim Arab majority whose very existence is besieged and threatened by this same alliance, drawing on a wide spread Islamophobia while at the same time exacerbating Islamophobia among western audiences whom the international financial crisis is now crushing to the extent that it does not spare them time or resources to question the real political motives of their governments, which have been preoccupied for decades now with restructuring the Arab world geographically, demographically, politically and culturally against the will of its peoples with a pronounced aim of creating a “new Middle East.”

The truth & lies of life in Post-War Jaffna

My first impressions of post-war Jaffna peninsula was certainly not how it was made out to be by both western and local media, missing too was the horrific scenarios supposed to be taking place on a regular basis.

A request to minister Basil Rajapakse

While appreciating the energetic minister’s tireless work in promoting tourism and foreign investment into our land, I would like to point out to him the shortcoming of the non availability of any literature on Sri Lanka in Arabic.

Whither Sri Lanka’s Wonder Of Asia Ambition?

There are no arguments among Sri Lankan expatriates or Sri Lankans, who are living in the country that the defeat of Prabhakaran and his terrorist war strategy in the country under the leadership of President Mahinda Rajapakse has economically boosted the opportunity to achieve economic independence.

Israeli academics protest

155 Israeli academics have protested in a petition, saying Ariel is an illegal settlement whose existence contravened international and Geneva Convention. They have called for a boycott of the Ariel University Center.

2012 Phenomenon: Has the Countdown Begun?

“The series of strange events that we witness at present are the hallmark of the Armageddon,” say the experts who rely on, what scientists call pseudoscience – the analysis of Mayan Calendar, which predicts the end of the world on 21 December 2012.

Well done England

I read with no surprise that a large number of Australian newspapers were critical of their cricket team. Many of them headlined ‘It was our worst eleven’. I think it is not fair by the English side since it needed to be given due credit for its excellent all round performance.

Does Sri Lanka Need To Change Its Monetary Unit?

Historical evidence of Sri Lanka unambiguously indicates that she had been used monetary units in different names in the past before the current monetary unit, Rupee introduced into the country. The fascinating coins triumphal arch installed in Bank of Ceylon Head Quarters in Colombo displays the models of different monetary units had been administered in Sri Lanka in the history.

Gruesome killings

A US brigadier general is conducting a top to bottom review of 5th Stryker brigade after five of its soldiers were committed for trial early this year charged with involvement in the murders of Afghan civilians and other alleged crimes including mutilating their bodies and collecting fingers and skulls from corpses as trophies.

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