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Sri Lankan Attacks And Inter-Communal Relations – Analysis

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 14 May 2019
The recent Sri Lankan attacks risk stigmatising the Muslim community in Sri Lanka while reshaping the fragile inter-communal relations in new ways.

By Paul Hedges and Jude Lal Fernando*

Sri Lanka has had a turbulent history in recent centuries, especially over the last few decades. This has often been linked to rivalries...
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News video: Sri Lankan police confronts angry mob following spate of violence against Muslims

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Sri Lankan police confronted a crowd of angry protesters following the arrest of dozens who allegedly took part in a series of attacks on Muslim communities on Tuesday (May 14).

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