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Why do people not commit a Crime?

By Mass L. Usuf  “Before you call yourself a Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu or any other theology, learn to be human first.” ― Shannon L. Alder To learn to be human is one of the greatest challenges that this country is facing today. Many of its people are figuratively evolving towards animalistic behaviour which of course is different from … Continue reading

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AMPARA: 100 DAYS AFTER THE VIOLENCE AGAINST MUSLIMS

Sunday Observer By Ruki Fernando On the night of February 26 and early hours of February 27, the Jumma Masjid Mosque in Ampara and a few nearby eateries run by Muslims were attacked by Sinhalese mobs. The mobs started by attacking the eatery ‘New Cassim Hotel’ based on a wild allegation that the Muslim owner … Continue reading

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Argentina’s noble goal for sports boycott of Israel

Daily Mirror A golden boot  award for Argentina for displaying moral courage and cancelling its final warm-up match against Israel in Jerusalem ahead of June 16 World Cup in Moscow, in what could be construed as chastisement of Israel’s criminal policies in Gaza.  “Values, morals and sport have secured a victory and a red card … Continue reading

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Who should feed the world: real people or faceless multinationals?

John Vidal (Guardian, UK) The merger of corporate giants Monsanto and Bayer begs a vital question – what kind of agriculture do we really want? Women sift rice in West Bengal, India. Photograph: Diptendu Dutta/AFP/Getty Images Unless there is a major hiccup in the next few days, an incredibly powerful company will shortly be given … Continue reading

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“Equality, that’s Buddhism” : SL’s Army Commander

Constitutional egalitarianism for permanent peace Afreeha Jawad (Daily News) Army Commander Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake. Picture by Rukmal Gamage My one time student now leads the Sri Lanka Army -the fifth in the line of Anandians to do so. Assisting him is another military personality also my student commanding the east -Major General Dhammika Pananwela. … Continue reading

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