ABC: “Muslim community instilled with fear”

Oh yeah. Here comes the ‘backlash’ boogie.  Like clockwork:

“Because of what they have done, all Muslims are treated as suspects.”

…and they should be. Because they all follow the same ideology.

Sri Lanka’s Muslim community is on edge, with Pakistani Muslim refugees near Negombo — where a church was blown up — boarding buses to escape the threat of retaliation.

Sri Lanka considers burqa ban following Easter jihad bombings

They need a lot more than a burqa ban. But lets see how far they get with this one.

In response to the jihadist bombings in Sri Lanka, the country is now considering banning the burqa “after police found several women suspected of having aided the Easter terror attacks were wearing burqas.” Western Leftists have been too busy screaming “Islamophobia” and “racism” to notice that many countries have banned the burqa for security reasons.

There is a war on Christians in this world but  leftoids are too busy protecting the very people that murder Christians.

Pregnant wife of Sri Lanka bomber detonates suicide vest, killing children

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Arrests, interrogations and controlled detonations are still continuing around Sri Lanka, with authorities saying they also plan to beef up security around airports and for airlines.

‘Blood brothers’

Two brothers at the centre of the plot were the sons of a wealthy spice merchant, and their sprawling white house is one of the most ostentatious in the suburb where they lived.

The pregnant wife of a Sri Lanka bomber detonated a suicide vest when police raided the affluent family’s home in the wake of the terror attacks, killing her own children.

Another of the suicide bombers behind the deadly string of attacks that killed 359 people and injured 500 on Easter Sunday studied in Australia before returning to settle in Sri Lanka.

Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed studied in the UK before doing postgraduate study in Melbourne.

Sri Lanka’s deputy defence minister Ruwan Wijewardene told a press conference most of the suicide bombers were well educated and from affluent families.

Some had law degrees, and all were Sri Lankan, he added.

Sri Lanka blasts: Fatima Ibrahim identified as one of the suicide bombers; wife of SL millionaire blew self up with unborn child
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Sri Lanka blasts: Fatima Ibrahim identified as one of the suicide bombers; wife of SL millionaire blew self up with unborn child
Fatima, intelligence sources said, is believed to have been present amid a group of veiled suicide bombers swearing allegiance to the Islamic State

Fatima, intelligence sources said, is believed to have been present amid a group of veiled suicide bombers swearing allegiance to the Islamic State” 

Fatima Ibrahim, the wife of Sri Lankan millionaire businessman-turned-Islamic State suicide bomber Inshaf Ahmed Ibrahim blew herself up with her unborn child, as well as three young sons, when police raided the family home on Sunday night, Indian intelligence sources have told Firstpost. Three police officials were also killed in the explosion.

Ibrahim €” along with his brother Ilham Ahmed Ibrahim €” left the family’s three-storey luxury home in Dematagoda and blew themselves up at the Cinnamon Grand and Shangri-La hotels’ breakfast buffets, as part of a wave of attacks on hotels and churches in which more than 359 people were killed

Fatima, the intelligence sources said, is believed to have been present amid a group of veiled suicide bombers swearing allegiance to the Islamic State, whose images were released by the jihadist organisation on Tuesday night. She can be seen, the sources said, on the right hand side of the frame, standing behind her husband.

Both brothers are sons of Mohammed Yusuf Ibrahim, a millionaire spice-trader who contested elections on Left-leaning Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna party. Ibrahim counted Minister for Industry and Commerce Rishath Bathiudeen among his close friends, and had often been seen at former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s receptions.

In an interview to The Mirror, Inshaf Ibrahim’s brother-in-law, jeweller Ashkhan Alawdeen, said the businessman-bomber had left home on Friday, saying he was going to Zambia for a business trip.

The parting with his sister, Alawdeen said, was unsual: “When he said goodbye he held her head and said, ‘be strong’.”

“She thought it was a bit strange at the time but didn’t think anything of it.”

“My brother-in-law is a psychopath,” Alawdeen told The Mirror, “He deserves to be punished in hell.”

Inshaf Ibrahim owned Colossus Copper, a manufacturing facility in an industrial estate east of Colombo. The factory, investigators believe, was used to fabricate the suicide vests used in the attack, supplying bolts and screws that filled the devices.

Nine Sri Lankans at the factory, including the manager, were arrested shortly before midnight on Sunday. They worked alongside Indians and Bangladeshi migrant workers.

Also See: Sri Lanka blasts: Two Colombo suicide bombers identified as millionaire businessman’s sons, say intel sources

Sri Lanka bomb blasts: Relatives endure painstaking screening to identify dead at Colombo morgue

Sri Lanka blasts: Cricketer Dasun Shanaka left shaken after escaping church attack at Negombo

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