July 1983 remains one of the darkest moments in Sri Lanka's history. The pogrom against Tamil civilians led to increased hostilities between the LTTE and the Sri Lankan Government. This year, after the Easter Sunday Attacks, Groundviews collected testimonials from Sri Lankans to understand
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Daily Ft: A white paper on ‘The Harmony Act of Sri Lanka’, initiated by a representation of Sri Lankan civil society was presented to Speaker of Parliament Karu Jayasuriya at the Speaker’s Chambers at Parliament Complex yesterday.
Entitled ‘The Harmony Act for Religious, Racial, Ethnic and
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In the immediate aftermath of the devastating Easter attacks, two childhood friends, Shalaka Wijeyaratne and Amjad Moulana, teamed up to provide the required immediate assistance to those affected. Their initiative Heal Lanka has been raising funds to help those affected.
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Sri Lankan authorities found the Muslim surgeon had not performed any sterilisations
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A month after hundreds of people were killed in Easter Sunday bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, a major local newspaper published
Religious extremism has been denounced since the early days of Islam, with Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) warning against it. In several hadiths (sayings of the Prophet), he has identified those who will use religion for their extreme actions.
“There will be dissension and division