As we approach the third anniversary of the Sri Lankan genocide, a report is released, signed by 71 Tamil elite intellectuals titled as “An appeal to the Tamil Community and its civil and political representatives”, appealing to Tamil community for the resettlement of Muslim communities that were evicted by the LTTE during the war.
Everyone wants to see justice for all. But our imminent erudite scholars have missed the elephant in the room. How was it that they do not see in a similar vein the “international community” silently support of Sri Lankan genocide? How was it that these same bureaucrats wearing the garb of intellectuals silently attended to their daily decorum and peacefully watched the news of the genocide taking place? And, chose to remain silent at the aftermath.