Friday, November 7, 2008

A new twist - INGO vacancy ads with LTTE obituaries

"Efforts to mislead Wanni youth into the LTTE recruitment drive unraveled."
Major concerns have arisen among defence and caring aid circles following a astonishing contact made by the security forces now operating deep in LTTE country in Kilinochchi. The answer have known reason for reasonable misgivings of the kind of 'humanitarian' behavior conducted by some famed INGOs for years in the non-liberated Wanni region.
According to accessible proof, it appears that the local propaganda newspapers published by the LTTE carried advertisements from international aid and let go organizations such as the ICRC, Save the Children and the Danish Refugee Council for vacancies in their organizations, next to LTTE obituaries for its terrorist cadres, in the Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu districts.
"We are greatly worried with this as the LTTE power have used the INGOs to shield its recruitment drive and lure youth for interviews and later to be abducted in due course" a defence observer said.
The positions advertised by the ICRC, Save the Children and Danish person in banish Council are for: Field officer, scheme officer and Radio operators in Kilinochchi.
Defence analysts are not ruling out the possibility that some agents or person members of these organizations, that are obliging of the LTTE, having these advertisements placed, in order to both draw youth to the moribund LTTE cadres, and also financial support the radical group also near or abroad from side to side for these advertisements.
One such analyst and spectator of current developments and behavior of INGOs and NGOs said this matter essential a thorough study by the establishment worried, and explanations from these organizations.
"What may untie as troops rush extra into LTTE territory power be more good-looking, he said adding, no speculate the terrorists are angry with the military power in fear of more revelations that would certainly put these agencies on the notice and necessary for 'explanations", and "clarifications" he further said.
Recently the administration took pro-active events to relocate INGOs and many aid agencies in safe accommodation in Vavuniya, following clear assessments obtained of the possible danger to workers of these organizations by the LTTE. The government result has minimized collateral injure and denied LTTE 'aid canopies' which it had used on many an occasions to divert aerial attacks.
Earlier, it was establish that LTTE terrorists have taken grave earth moving vehicles, trucks, tractors and more than a few ground police car jeeps from the Norwegian Peoples Aid (NPA) in Kilinochchi, which was reported to the defence authorities much later, when it was said these were in use by force. will carry on to keep a watch for such developments and keep you posted.
The LTTE obituary notices for its cadres and the INGO advertisements for vacancies are published below.

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