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You can do anything with a Hindu temple In UK for the Tamil Terrorism – Edinburgh Research Explorer

The research paper issued by Edinburgh Research Explorer of the University of Edinburgh found that most of the Hindu Temples in the UK are linked to Tamil terrorism, Tamil separatism and corruption in money handling.

The research paper stated that the LTTE usually kept the Hindu Temples at arm’s length in Northern and Eastern Sri Lanka itself, in the diaspora the newly established Hindu Temple often seemed to operate as more or less direct extensions of the LTTE apparatus. During the war, some diaspora temples were accused of deviating from their legal position as charities by supporting political, or more specifically, various Tamil terrorist organisations.

The report recorded that Human Rights Watch published a widely-cited report on LTTE activity across the global Tamil diaspora (Human Rights Watch 2006). It described the LTTE’s aggressive fund-raising campaign in late 2005 and early 2006 for what the LTTE itself described as “the final war,” and located this within a broader context of near-total LTTE control of Tamil organizations in the diaspora. One chapter of the report was titled “LTTE Control of Temples in the West”. HRW reports had stated that LTTE Tamil terrorists had involvement with temples in Australia and Canada.
The chief trustee of the temple Eelapatheeswarar Aalayam temple in Wembley, Mr. Jayadevan, a high-profile supporter of the LTTE who had challenged the 2001 proscription in the UK courts.

The full report is as follows;

 



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