Sri Lanka Attacks
“Some people have been wearing the niqab for over 30 years and it is a very big part of their identity. Are they not citizens of this country? What about their rights?”
There's fear and then there's hope for those living on the fringes.
Muslims make up less than 10 percent of Sri Lanka’s population and have historically faced persecution by right-wing Buddhist groups.
Officials warned more attacks may still be possible.
Inshaf Ahmed and Ilham Ahmed Ibrahim are said to be among those who carried out deadly attacks in Colombo last weekend.
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The Sri Lankan government has called the attack a “possible” retaliation of the Christchurch shooting.
It’s being called one of the bloodiest carnages since Sri Lanka's 25-year civil war ended a decade ago.