01 May 2021
THE MALABAR GENES - CAUSE OF EASTER BOMBINGS?
of us have knowledge that genes are inherited. As per my external knowledge the
Covid19 virus also lethal due to gene variation. Do we inherit characteristics
through cultural pathways?
per Colombo Gazette article ‘Investigations launched into Bathiudeen’s Kerala
Intelligence Bureau in India and Kerala Police have launched an investigation
into the links between Parliamentarian Rishad Bathiudeen and Kerala after he
was arrested by Sri Lankan Police in connection with the April 2019 Easter
Sunday attacks, the New Indian Express reported.
As per intelligence officials, Rishad’s
father hailed from Padna in Kasaragod and he was in touch with a few persons in
this knowledge would not help prevent the cultural spread of armed retaliation.
When performed to protect one’s sovereignty it is positive and v.v. The LTTE
was given refuge in India’s Tamil Nadu due to this reason. Likewise, Islamic
State to Muslims.
is the government’s responsibility to prevent such attacks. But at the level of
the individual, one who has the ‘freedom’ genes would be comfortable even in
prison, provided, as per her/his conscience s/he fought as per the dictates of that
conscience and not due to external
for example, Muslim attackers and LTTE shared common genes, then when isolated,
those genes would activate them.
As per Hindustan Times article ‘SL Muslims' historical
links with India’ :
[Sri Lanka's indigenous Muslims, called Ceylon
Moors, like other communities in the island, have had historical ties with
India, especially Tamil Nadu and Kerala in South India
these links are very weak, if they exist at all. And they are neither
remembered nor acknowledged.
Political exigencies arising
from the redrawing of international boundaries after the collapse of the
British Empire have put up barriers between the Ceylon Moors and India.
New identities were created, and
are being constantly created. New links are forged in response to new stimuli,
both domestic and international.
But India's impact on the Ceylon
Moors (a community distinct from Indian Moors who are more recent Muslim
migrants from India) cannot be ignored because it can be seen in the language,
culture and practices of the community.
links have snapped, but the legacy is there for all to see.
Ceylon Moors are of Arab descent. Although from the
earliest times, Arabs from the Gulf had been coming straight to the island for
trade, the really significant migration for settlement came via the Malabar
coast in what is now Kerala……..]
question then arises as to whether isolated Tamil Communities from Malabar
Coast for whom Thesawalamai law was coded, were genetically connected more to
Muslims from the Malabar Coast than to Tamils who were practicing the Common
Law inherited largely from the British.
The parallel here in
Australia has been published by ABC through academic article ‘Researchers demystify the secrets of ancient Aboriginal migration
has 70 thousand years of oral history, but it doesn't mean that there's not
deep stories that are associated with land," Professor Russell said.
Where folks are culturally isolated due to
Government policy and/or negligence, it would be wrong to punish them through
laws that are called ‘Common’ but are effectively ‘foreign’ to those folks. Be
it the indigenous community in Australia or Sri Lanka, the respective
governments need to first clear themselves of the above wrongs to rule out
isolation by government before applying the common law. In Sri Lanka, where Tamils
& Muslims are isolated by policy, the Buddhist government has no moral authority
to punish except through objectively measurable evidence of wrong doing in common