Sri Lankan Muslims fear for safety after Easter Sunday attacks

Sporadic attacks on Muslim houses and shops have increased those fears.

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    More than two weeks since Sri Lankan churches and hotels were bombed, some of its Muslim communities say they feel under siege as their businesses and homes come under sporadic attack.

    But an independent organisation, the Human Rights Commission, is working on stemming communal violence while religious heads have met to appeal for calm.

    Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez is in Kalmunai in eastern Sri Lanka and explains why one community is finding this difficult.


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