_Anonymous_

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Just fix Kashmir and clean Lanka (its our backyard). Hindus are not stake holders in Jerusalem and Lanka is a Dharmic land.
These recent bombings in SL is more likely due to SL being a relatively soft target. There's no natural enmity between the Christians & Muslims there. On the contrary the recent anti Muslim riots were staged by the Sinhalese with clerical support and in the past has been driven by the LTTE principally in the areas they controlled then. It's just an insane act without any justification.
 

ghostwhowalks

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Can you please explain the deaths of Indians in those terror attacks in India which took place before this Baba came on scene? Stop making such statements. Hindus only had the balls to fight Islamic jihadis other wise how can you explain that we are even today 80% hindus in this nation. Which country has been able to retain its religious identity which were invaded by muslim invaders. None.
Small correction. Indian Hindus had the balls. Look at Indonesia. Such a strong hindu civilization and now totally Islamic with small exception of Bali. The heart cringes when one sees the past of I Indonesia vs the present
 

_Anonymous_

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Is there any confirmation that the fidayeen were pak national working for Chinese company or was that just a figment of someone’s imagination?


Raj Shekhar Jha (@rajshekharTOI) Tweeted:
Too early to comment on who is involved but the outfit being talked about, National Tawheed Jamaat, has been a ticking bomb with tentacles spread from Sri Lanka to South India, an intel officer says. backed by ISI, its been creating numerous sleeper cells.
#Srilanka ( )
 

Pundrick

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Were the SL intelligence sleeping while this attack was planned? Can't they do a basic thing like coordinating with India in asking for simple intelligence info. This thing is real in the region, the jihadi can't enter now from north so they'll try to sneak into our country from south.

This is complete failure of intelligence in the region. Sad day for South Asia.
 

vstol Jockey

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Were the SL intelligence sleeping while this attack was planned? Can't they do a basic thing like coordinating with India in asking for simple intelligence info. This thing is real in the region, the jihadi can't enter now from north so they'll try to sneak into our country from south.

This is complete failure of intelligence in the region. Sad day for South Asia.
The foreign country which had warned them about the impebding attack was India and they slept on the very specifc intelligence.
 

Guynextdoor

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Were the SL intelligence sleeping while this attack was planned? Can't they do a basic thing like coordinating with India in asking for simple intelligence info. This thing is real in the region, the jihadi can't enter now from north so they'll try to sneak into our country from south.

This is complete failure of intelligence in the region. Sad day for South Asia.

Small countries like sl will have only limited capacity to enforce security.
 
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Golden_Rule

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Who is the real beneficiary and sponsor of this act? It is China who has got this act done through the ISI of Pakistan as a cross favor for CPEC and Masood Azhar, who in turn have used their Jihadi network to execute it in Sri Lanka.

Why China? Because with this act of "Supari to Pakistan", it is trying to flex its muscles by putting economic and financial pressure on Sri Lanka as a consequence of this terrorism act. Sri Lanka may have asked China to comply strictly to economic use of Hambantota port against China's wishes of expanded use for covert and military purpose.

It would be wise for Sri Lanka to restrict any Chinese or Pakistani presence on their land, instead ask them to use locals for all commercial activity China want to execute on Hambantota port