LTTE arrests: Support or sympathy?

AS the second round of arrests of people suspected of having alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) were being made on Saturday, I was sweating it out in Banting.

A friend who was on a short break from his United Nations duties in Iraq had invited me and two of my friends – a Malaysian with an Australian PR and a Jordanian businessman – for an exotic lunch, served under a thatched roofed cabana in a toddy grove.

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