Sri Lanka: The scars of a 30-year civil war
Story of the Victims, coming from their own mouths, reported by the BBC. Some sections of the so-called "international Community" keep refusing to listen to anything that the Sri Lankan people have got to say. Yet, one by one, these stories will keep coming out...
If you have common sense, you can analyze the situation and come to your own conclusions. If the problem is between the Sinhala people and the Tamil people, then what have these innocent Muslim people done to deserve this?
Who are the people who are happy and relieved about the end of the War and the end of the LTTE more than anything? Who are the people who are unhappy about the end of the LTTE? and Why?
Elections in Sri Lanka are hoped to reunite areas in the north of the island that have not seen elections in 25 years. But for one rural village, the scars of the 30-year civil war will not be easily overcome. Correspondent Andrew Hosken reports from the small fishing village of Palliyathidal - the scene of the greatest single massacre suffered by any community during the war.