Wednesday, November 26, 2008

LTTE terrorists "tricked London Police into allowing pro-terrorist event

London's Evening Standard newspaper exposed that the LTTE terrorist compilation has obtained permission to hold its 'suicide bombers' day occasion by tricking the city Police of London.
A report by journalist Amar Singh said ,"The Metropolitan Police has been tricked by terrorists following allowing an LTTE event to go in front in London, it was claimed today."
The explanation said the permission has been obtained by concealing the real reason of the event.
"But critics claim Thursday's occasion commemorates suicide bombers, is in clear smash of British anti-terror legislation and is run by groups which lift money for the let go Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
"The LTTE is a banned terrorist organisation, also known as the Tigers, whose leader is on Interpol's most wanted list.
"Last year it featured a speech from Prabhakaran broadcast via a satellite connection in which he praised the "vast dedication and sacrifice" of the Black Tigers, the group's suicide contingent.
"Scotland Yard has known the time the go in front this year but officers will be monitoring all speeches with interpreters to ensure British laws are not out of order.
"A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "We have consulted with both the organisers and the centre and an suitable policing sketch will be in place." A spokesman for Sri Lankans Against Terrorism said: "The police have been tricked by the LTTE, who are very brilliant with their propaganda. Would they let an Islamist group to have an occasion on Bin Laden's birthday with a verbal communication from him?"
"A spokesman for the Sri Lankan High Commission said: "The government of Sri Lanka does not hold up this time and has forever spoken its doubts to the establishment concerned."

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