Sri Lanka: Muslims fearful for their future

Muslims in Sri Lanka fear for their future following Easter Sunday attacks and a community of Muslim refugees and asylum seekers forced from their homes.

    Some Muslims in Sri Lanka say that since the Easter Sunday attacks they are fearing for the future, despite calls from religious leaders for unity.
    Since the bombings, one community of Muslim refugees and asylum seekers have been forced out of their homes.
    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Negombo, Sri Lanka.

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