The hardline Buddhists targeting Sri Lanka’s Muslims

H/T Magic Martin

 BBC Asia

After a series of attacks on mosques, wild rumours about animal slaughter and an attempt to outlaw the halal system of classification, the BBC’s Charles Haviland investigates how Sri Lanka’s Muslim minority is being targeted by hardline Buddhists.

On a January morning a crowd of Buddhist monks storm a law college, yelling, chanting and even hitting one or two seemingly random people and pushing back the police. Furiously they shout that the exam results have been distorted to favour Muslims.

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7 thoughts on “The hardline Buddhists targeting Sri Lanka’s Muslims

  1. The Imam is right, no single religion has been targeted, it is all religions other then Islam that has been targeted.

  2. Seems to me after the defeat of the Tamils, who brought so much unrest int their nation, the next step is obvious…cut the head of the next snake before it causes problems like it has in every other nation as their numbers expand….Phillipines anyone?

  3. “Hard line buddhists”? Isn’t that sort of like an extremist pacifist Quaker, or a nazi libertarian? The words used are completely antithetical to eachother. No doubt the person writing the article at the British Brainwashing Channel is a drop out from some peace studies program.

  4. As soon as the imam claimed that no muslim had ever destroyed Buddhist statues, I stopped listening – since he was not going to tell the truth, why bother?

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