ATC in the media – Tamil voices heard

July 16, 2010 Comments Off on ATC in the media – Tamil voices heard

In contrast to their initial article, The Australian has published a second article that has incorporated the opinions of Tamil community representatives and non-Tamil independent experts to give the Australian public a much more balanced approach to the topic. We thank The Australian for listening to the views expressed by many who were concerned with the approach The Australian had initially taken on this issue.

The Australian – Tamil Tigers at the front door

SRI Lankan asylum-seekers with links to Tamil terrorists pose a dilemma for Canberra.

IN October last year a Sri Lankan mother packed up her two small children and a few belongings, paid her savings to a people-smuggler and boarded an unseaworthy boat in Indonesia, bound for Australia.

Shayana (not her real name) hoped it would be the final leg of her family’s long journey to escape the bloodshed and tumult still wracking their homeland after 26 years of civil war.

But it was not to be. More

The Australian – Tamil Tiger is extinct, and regime knows it

LEADERS slander Tamil refugees because they don’t want them to reach our shores, says Gordon Weiss.

SRI Lankan government warnings that half the Tamils seeking asylum in Australia have links to terrorists are dangerous, mendacious and self-serving. More

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