TORONTO — The Ontario Progressive Conservatives said they were unaware that a guest they entertained at Queen’s Park last week was being deported for being a member of a terrorist organization. 845 more words
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TORONTO — The beautifully intricate paintings of Hindu gods inside the Canada Kandasamy Temple are a sacred backdrop for worshippers who come to pray, as well as for the politicians who pass through to have their pictures taken. 1,350 more words
Buddhism and Violence: Roots of “Religious” Conflicts In Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Southern Thailand by Dennis Tan Chun Yee
The article is taken from Eastern Horizon Maganize, September 2015 which can be downloaded in full from here.
On July 1, 2014, riots broke out in Mandalay, Myanmar’s second largest city, claiming the lives of two people as well as causing injuries to many others.1 The riot also led to the destruction of numerous Muslim houses and businesses. 2,766 more words
Martin Couture-Rouleau sat in an idling car for almost two hours beside a Tim Hortons until he spotted his targets.
Two Canadian Armed Forces officers stepped out of a Service Canada office last October and were immediately rammed by a car. 1,565 more words
As published in Ada Derana, June 20, 2015
Despite its military defeat at the hands of the Sri Lankan government in 2009, the LTTE’s international network of sympathizers and financial support persists, the United States says. 1,028 more words
TORONTO — A federal judge has stopped the government from deporting a Sri Lankan war criminal, ruling the former member of the Tamil Tigers could be at risk if forced to return to his home country. 271 more words