A hate preacher is to be the puppet master behind the attacks on Sri Lanka. Warnings were ignored by authorities. In the country the anger is growing among the Muslims.
In Negombo, North of the capital of Sri Lanka, will gather to celebrate the inhabitants now a day of mourning and funerals. In the St. Sebastian Church of the small town of one of the suicide bombers had blown themselves up last Sunday during the Easter fair in the air.
More than 350 people on Sunday were killed in the attack series on Easter in Sri Lanka. Hundreds have been injured.Muslims in distress
In the grief of the survivors, the anger is mixed. The government has made, despite the Instructions of foreign intelligence services is nothing to prevent the attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels. And to Muslims.
On the outskirts of Negombo, the life of refugees from Pakistan. There are members of the Muslim sect of Amadiya, who are discriminated against in their homeland and followed, and therefore to Sri Lanka fled. But now you are no longer welcome here.
Since they were attacked in recent days, several times, dozens of families from Negombo fled. "You have beaten us. Our landlord said that we should leave his house and disappear," says Farah Jameel, a young woman of the Ahmadiya community in Negombo.
Pakistani refugees have sought refuge in the mosque in Negombo.
"We don't know where to go," says Adnan Ali, a young man, rising in one of the provided buses. "Because of the bombings, the inhabitants of the place have attacked our homes. Our community is now organized secure transportation for us. But where they take us we know not."
previously it had the Pakistani refugees in Sri Lanka is not easy. In the past few years, members of the Ahmadiya had been sect deported without their asylum applications were examined and, despite the protests of the United Nations.