who are the majority of people in sri lanka from the early period?

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i wanna know who were the majority in sri lanka from the early period and why there is war in sri lanka. what is the cause of the war?. who are the negative people?.on whom there is mistake?

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  1. andy_sydney says:

    Majority of Sri Lanka are Sinhalese (about 75%). Minorities include Indian Estate Worker Tamils, Other Tamils, Muslims, European descendants known as Burghers. Sinhalese were the majority from the earliest known period (over 2,500 years).

    A Tamil terrorist group (LTTE) is fighting for a mono-ethnic enclave in North and East of Sri Lanka and has been engaged in ethnic cleansing.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expulsion_of_Muslims_from_the_Northern_province_by_LTTE
    http://www.asiantribune.com/oldsite/show_news.php?id=17478

    The Sri Lankan government is fighting against this terrorist group.

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