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Sooka attributes the ongoing human rights violations to impunity and says that unless the international community takes up its responsibility to address this, the abuses will continue.
The continued violations take place in “a climate of impunity “and absence of accountability” - endorsed at the “highest level”. That’s the only chance you have to escape, the only one.A new report, “An Unfinished War: Torture and Sexual Violence in Sri Lanka, May 2009-March 2014" lays bare the horrific tactics used in Sri Lanka's continuing war against ethnic Tamils.The report comes ahead of the 26 March UN Human Rights Council Debate on a US-led resolution calling for an international investigation into alleged war crimes as well as ongoing violations in the present. The report, written by human rights lawyer Yasmin Sooka, the Bar Human Rights Committee, England and Wales, and the International Truth & Justice Project, Sri Lanka, is based on the testimony of 40 victims; and concludes that their credible accounts, establish a case for post-war crimes against humanity.It is here that the Kafkaesque narrative takes shape.The abductors called the witnesses by name, demanded their identity documents, announcing they were to be taken for questioning, for crimes for which they were never charged. Witnesses described being pushed into the white vans, blindfolded, hands tied or handcuffed, thrust face down and often told to shut up, the radio tuned into Sinhala, the official language in which Tamil people are usually not schooled.
In this report you will read about a young male witness, forced to perform oral sex on as many as three men who fetched him from his parents’ home and his fear of being killed for reporting the abuse, coupled with a perception that sexual abuse is “something shameful and low-grade”.