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  • Lawyer says teachers were forced to implicate Hejaaz
    Two Fundamental Rights petitions filed on behalf of two teachers of the Al- Zuhriya Arabic College said that two teachers were forced by the Criminal Investigations Department to implicate Attorney-at-Law Hejaaz Hizbullah.

    The two petitions were filed by lawyer Erik Balasooriya was supported before the Supreme Court yesterday.

    M.A. Sumanthiran PC told the court that the two teachers had told their lawyer Balasooriya during a consultation held in the presence of two CID officers who had an audio recording device, that the officers had promised “leniency” if they implicate Hizbullah.

    “They were forced to implicate...
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  • හිජාස්ට විරුද්ධව සාක්කි දෙන්නැයි ගුරුවරුන් දෙදෙනකුට බල කරලා?
    June 1, 2021 මදුරංකුලියේ මද්‍රසා පාසලක ගුරුවරුන් දෙදෙනකු බව කියමින් අත්අඩංගුවට ගත් දෙදෙනා මූලික අයිතිවාසිකම් පෙත්සම් දෙකක් ගොනු කර ඇති බවත්, නීතීඥ හිජාස් හිස්බුල්ලා මහතාට එරෙහිව සාක්කි ලබා දෙන ලෙසට විමර්ශන නිලධාරීන් ඔවුන්ට...
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  • Detained Maulavis claim under pressure to frame Hejaaz
    Two Maulavis who have been arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), have informed court through their lawyer that they are under pressure to frame human rights lawyer Hejaaz Hizbullah. Attorney-at-law Erick Balasooriya had filed a Fundamental Rights petition alleging that the two Maulavis are being coerced to frame Hizbullah. In the Petition, Balasooriya said the Moulavis do not know Hizbullah nor did they conduct any extremist teaching at the Al-Zuhriya madrasa. When the Moulavis were first produced before the Colombo Magistrates court yesterday, Balsooriya informed court that the Moulavis intend making a statements to him. The matter was thereafter transferred to the Fort Magistrates court. Meanwhile, President’s Counsel M.A. Sumanthiran who appeared before the Fort Magistrate on behalf of the two Maulavis today (Tuesday)...
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  • A country obsessed with racial and religious conflicts
    Sri Lanka, as a nation has been wasting time debating sensitive racial and religious issues for the past several years, without gaining anything. Only thing the country has been witnessing as a result is communities distancing themselves from each other, while portraying a false unity among them. 
    The situation seems to have come to a head with people of various communities being emotionally charged over these issues subsequent to the attacks on three Christian churches and three major tourist hotels by the Islamic terrorists on April 21, 2019, which was also the Easter Sunday.
    The terrorist attacks which caught the nation off-guard demanded united action by all communities and political parties to handle the immediate situation and to prevent future recurrence of...
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  • Burqa ban: Security, human rights and male chauvinism
    A few years ago, on a Turkish beach exclusively for women, a bikini-clad woman offered her prayers. The video clip of the woman going through the postures of the Muslim prayer went viral and created a major debate among the Muslims.  Some censured her for not adhering to the dress code for prayers, but others said what mattered was her piety and not the dress.
    Following the release of the Easter Sunday terror attack commission report, Sri Lanka is mulling whether to ban burqa – the Muslim dress that covers a female body from head to toe – and niqab, which only shows the eyes of the wearer, but the issue needs to be looked at from human rights, security and spiritual angles to come to a right decision.
    If at the one end of the spectrum is public nudity, burqa will...
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  • South African Muslim bodies seek intervention over burqa ban in Sri Lanka Foreign Minister of South Africa urged to intervene
    South African Muslim organisations have called on the country’s foreign minister to intervene in the proposed Sri Lankan ban on the burqa and closure of hundreds of Islamic schools. This followed the announcement by Sri Lanka''s minister for public security, Sarath Weerasekera, during the weekend that his country would ban the traditional full-face covering worn by some Muslim women because it posed a threat to national security. This was quickly followed by a statement from the Sri Lankan foreign ministry, which said a decision would only be taken on the proposal after consultations and further discussion. The United Ulama Council of South Africa (UUCSA) has now asked South Africa’s Minister of International Relations and Co-operation Naledi Pandor to intervene in the matter. UUCSA had earlier also called for such intervention when...
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  • Banning Burqas and Madrasas illegal: Fmr MP
    Former MP M.M .Zuhair said yesterday it would be unlawful to ban Burqas and Madrasas. Issuing a statement, he said some observations and recommendations of the Commission on Easter Sunday attacks are invasive of the absolute protection given to every person under Article 10 of the Sri Lanka Constitution. He said the Commission’s report though good in parts, can be seen as an attempted assault on Islam for the heinous crimes of a dozen suicide bombers. The right to the freedom stated in Article 10 is ‘assured to all religions’ under Article 9. No one, not even Presidential Commissions can invite or promote the State or any limb of the Executive or Judiciary to violate the freedom guaranteed under Article 10.This protection is guaranteed notwithstanding any national security concerns, as the law stands today. In this constitutionally...
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  • Pakistan says likely ban on Niqab in SL to serve as injury on Muslims
    The Ambassador of Pakistan to Sri Lanka, Saad Khattak today said the likely ban on Niqab in Sri Lanka will only serve as an injury to the feelings of ordinary Sri Lankan Muslims and Muslims across the globe. In a tweet, the Ambassador said that at today’s economically difficult time due to COVID-19 pandemic and other image related challenges faced by the country at the international fora, such divisive steps in the name of security, besides accentuating economic difficulties, will only serve as fillip to further strengthen wider apprehensions about fundamental human rights of minorities in the country. Minister of Public Security Rear Admiral (Retd.) Dr. Sarath Weerasekera said today that in addition to banning the burqa, the cabinet proposal would also include banning the niqab which covers the face of the wearer except the eyes. The...
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  • යුරෝපයේ රටවල් 8 කින් හිස්බුල්ලාට සහාය
    මානව හිමිකම් වෙනුවෙන් පෙනී සිටින ප්‍රමුඛ නීතිඥවරයකු වන හිජාස් හිස්බුල්ලා මහතා වැනි මානව හිමිකම් ආරක්ෂා කරන්නන්ට ගරු කරන ලෙස ශ්‍රී ලංකා රජයෙන් ඉල්ලා සිටිමින් යුරෝපීය රටවල් අටක මානව හිමිකම් තානාපතිවරුන් ඒකාබද්ධ නිවේදනයක් නිකුත් කර තිබේ. නෙදර්ලන්තය, ජර්මනිය, එංගලන්තය ස්වීඩනය, එස්ටෝනියාව, ලිතුවේනියාව, ලක්සම්බර්ග් සහ ෆින්ලන්තය...
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  • Eight EU HR Ambassadors raise concern over Hejaaz Hizbullah
    In a statement issued today, Eight Human Rights  Ambassadors of Europe including the United Kingdom, Germany and Sweden called on the Sri Lankan government to " respect human rights defenders such as Hizbullah". The statement issued by the Ambassadors of the United Kingsdom, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Lithuania, Estonia and the Netherlands said that after ten months of Detention, Hejaaz Hizbullah was being accused of speech related offences. Prominent Attorney-at-Law Hejaaz Hizbullah was arrested by the Criminal Investigations Department on the 14th of April 2020. He was thereafter accused in the media of various activities related to terrorism. He was thereafter produced on the 18th of February 2021 where the Attorney General informed court that the entire case against Hizbullah was to be based on purported statements made by children. Hizbullah...
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අමාත්‍යංශ නියෝගය එනතුරු සිරුර ශීතාගාරයේ


(සිරංගිකා ලොකුකරවිට)


ගාල්ල දෙද්දුගොඩ ප්‍රදේශයේ පදිංචිව සිටිය දී කොරෝනා ආසාදනය වීමෙන් මියගිය පුද්ගලයාගේ මළ සිරුරු ආදාහනය නොකර ශීතාගාරයක තබන ලෙස ගාල්ල අතිරේක මහේස්ත්‍රාත් පවිත්‍රා සංජීවනී පතිරණ මත්මිය අද (21) නියෝග කළාය.

අතිරේක මහේස්ත්‍රාත්වරිය මෙම නියෝගය කළේ, එම මරණය අධිකරණ වෛද්‍යවරුන්ගේ නිර්දේශය මත කොරෝනා මරණයක් බවට තීරණය කිරීමෙන් පසුව ආදාහනය කිරීම සඳහා යොමු කරන බවට ගාල්ල ශික්ෂණ රෝහලේ වැඩබලන හදිසි මරණ පරීක්ෂකවරයා තීන්දු කිරීමෙන් පසුව එයට එරෙහිව ඥාතීන් විසින් ගොනුකළ පැමිණිල්ල විභාගයට ගැනීමෙන් අනතුරුවය.

මියගොස් ඇත්තේ 84 හැවිරිදි මුස්ලිම් ජාතිකයෙකි. ඔහු තිදරු පියෙකු වන අතර, කොරෝනා වයිරසය ආසාදිතව සිට රෝහල්ගත කිරීමෙන් පසුව හෘද රෝගයක් හේතුවෙන් මිය ගියේය.

මෙම තැනැත්තාගේ දේහය නිරෝධායන නීති යටතේ රජයේ නියමයන්ට අනුව ආදාහනය කරන ලෙස ගාල්ල කරාපිටිය ශික්ෂණ රෝහලේ වැඩබලන හදිසි මරණ පරික්ෂක චන්ද්‍රසේන ලොකුගේ මහතා  නියෝග කර තිබියදී, ආදාහනය කරන්නේ නම් දේහය බාරනොගන්නා බව මිය ගිය අයගේ පුතා සඳහන් කර තිබේ.

කොරෝනා මරණ භූමදාන කිරීමේ හැකියාව පිළිබඳ සෞඛ්‍ය අමාත්‍යාංශය කරුණු අධ්‍යයනය කරමින් සිටින බැවින් ඒ පිළිබඳ අවසන් තීන්දුව ලැබෙන තුරු සිරුර ආදාහනය කිරීම වැළැක්වීමේ නියෝගයක් දෙන ලෙස එහිදී මරණකරුගේ ඥාතීහු අධිකරණයෙන් ඉල්ලා සිටියහ. කොරෝනා මරණ භූමදාන කිරීමේ හැකියාව පිළිබඳ අගමැතිවරයා සමඟ අධිකරණ අමාත්‍ය අලි සබ්රි මහතා ඇතුළු මුස්ලිම් ජාතික පාර්ලිමේන්තු මන්ත්‍රීවරු පිරිසක් ඇතුළු නියෝජිතයන් සෞඛ්‍ය නිලධාරීන්ගේ ද සහභාගීත්වයෙන් පැවැත්වූ රැස්වීමක දී සාකච්ඡා කළ පරිදි ශීතාගාර පහසුකම් ලබාදීම සම්බන්ධයෙන් සෞඛ්‍ය අධ්‍යක්ෂ ජනරාල්වරයා විසින් අධිකරණ අමාත්‍යවරයාට යවන ලද ලිපියක් ද පැමිණිලි පාර්ශවය විසින් අධිකරණයට ඉදිරිපත් කර තිබිණි.

එම කරුණු සැළකිල්ලට ගත් අතිරේක මහේස්ත්‍රාත්වරිය මළ සිරුරු භූමදානය කිරීමට හැකියාවක් පවතින්නේ ද යන්න පිළිබඳ සෞඛ්‍ය අධ්‍යක්ෂ ජනරාල්වරයා විසින් අවසන් තීරණයක් ලැබෙන තුරු මෙම තැනැත්තාගේ මළ සිරුර ශීතාගාරයක් තුළ තැන්පත් කර තබන ලෙස නියෝග කළාය.

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