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Ongoing hate Muslim campaign Now reached Matara Issadeen Town?

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unnamedIt appears that Islamophobia, devastating the island for the past three years and tearing apart communities, has reached the Matara Issadeen Town where Sinhalese and Muslims once lived like one family. The controversy began with some Sinhalese demanding the closure of a mosque without any valid reason.

The relationship  between the two communities was  so cordial once that late Rev Diviyagaha Gunananda Thero who was the chief prelate at the Buddhist Temple at Issadeen Town often advised  monks and Sinhalese in the area to” always respect Muslims and never hurt or harm them”. He had given this advice even in his death bed. » Read more

Bbs-ashin wirathu Alliance – is Sri Lanka heading towards a Rohingya type attack on island’s besieged Muslims?

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ashinlk-001The alliance between anti Muslim Sri Lankan racist outfit Bodu Bala Sena and Burma’s   blood thirsty Buddhist Monk Ashin Wiruthu, responsible for slaughtering thousands of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, spells disaster for the island.

This extremely dangerous alliance, brought together by their common hatred towards Islam and Muslims, perhaps trained and financed by their new found  Israel and United States friends , has all the ingredients to turn the island into a killing field from which it may unlikely to recover for decades  to come  under the existing  local and global political environment. » Read more

Ongoing hate Muslim campaign Now reached Matara Issadeen Town?

unnamedIt appears that Islamophobia, devastating the island for the past three years and tearing apart communities, has reached the Matara Issadeen Town where Sinhalese and Muslims once lived like one family. The controversy began with some Sinhalese demanding the closure of a mosque without any valid reason.

The relationship  between the two communities was  so cordial once that late Rev Diviyagaha Gunananda Thero who was the chief prelate at the Buddhist Temple at Issadeen Town often advised  monks and Sinhalese in the area to” always respect Muslims and never hurt or harm them”. He had given this advice even in his death bed. » Read more