Sri Lankan Muslims face “backlash” from murdering 300 ‘Easter worshipers’

Predictable as the ‘allahuakbar’ before and after every terror attack is the  inevitable ‘backlash’ bullshit that is so eagerly propagated by the fake news media.  Don’t fall for it. Mohammedans are not victims. They believe that murdering infidels is an act of worship.

From a veil ban to the boycotting of Muslim shops, the Islamic community is under pressure after bombings

That “pressure” should become so unbearable that they either drop their genocidal beliefs or pack up and go to an islamic hellhole of their choice.

Armed security personnel stand guard as Muslims celebrate the Eid-al-Fitr festival at the Grand Mosque in Colombo on June 5. 

Shamina Bakeer for many years wore a face veil out of modesty but also because it made her feel more free to travel.

Not a single sentence without lies. The burka is a symbol of islamic supremacy, not ‘modesty’. And a shrouded Moslem woman is not ‘free to travel’, she must be accompanied by a male guardian.

Since the terrorist bombing attacks on Easter Sunday that claimed 253 lives, women in Sri Lankan capital Colombo have been subjected to a ban on the public wearing of face coverings.

No civilised society should tolerated face masks.

This decision was taken by the government as a security measure to stop perpetrators of violence hiding behind such apparel in the wake of the April attacks that mostly targeted Christians.

Thirty-year-old Shamina, a mother of two, welcomed previously being able to move around without being identified either as an old or young woman.


Shamina is a strong believer in strict Islamic requirements in relation to the way women dress. Since the ban came into force, she has not gone out from her home, not even to her local mosque. She has also been forced to suspend teaching at an institute for Muslim women.


Shamina and other women hope the situation will change, but for now she accepts that the ban was imposed for security reasons and not as a form of religious discrimination.

Mohammedans enforce religious discrimination. We are way too tolerant to Islamic encroachment.

Outside Colombo, when visiting relatives, there are even greater pressures to conform to Islamic modesty and in a small community she was instantly recognizable.

WTF? Who’s problem is that?

Members of the Muslim community in Sri Lanka are faced with the negative attitudes of many non-Muslims as well as divisions in the Islamic community itself, said Pakiasothy Saravanamuttu, an academic who heads the Centre for Policy Alternatives.

We don’t have to like people who believe they have a religious mandate to annihilate us.

He noted that there is a general bias that Muslims want to take over the country. However, greater tolerance is needed because such scaremongering is not backed by historical facts, he said.

It isn’t? How did Indonesia, the Maldives, Pakistan, Afghanisten and all the rest of 56 Moslem countries fall to Islam?

For example, many in the broader Muslim community consider supporters of militant groups to be extremists. “Certain elements want to set themselves apart,” Saravanamuttu told

Bullshit on stiltz. The bombers were devout Muslims. They took their Islam seriously. The ” broader Muslim community” knows this very well. They lie about it.

However, he noted that Muslims who recently demolished a mosque belonging to the now-banned National Thowheed Jamath organization should not be condoned.

The social activist pointed out that wearing the burqa is not a requirement sanctioned by the Quran and that it leads to “suspicion and distrust”.

Jihad & terror leads to “suspicion and distrust”. The burqa is just a side show.

Muslims are being subject to a wide-ranging backlash to the terrorist bombings, including on the business front. “I don’t know how long it will take to get rid of this prejudice, but it will happen eventually,” Saravanamuttu said.

Let’s hope not. Every man, woman & child should  shun Mohammedans and make life as unpleasant as possible for them. Its a matter of self-preservation.

In this context he believes the government should more strongly push for reconciliation, including by taking a tough stand against hardline Buddhist monk Gnanasara Thero, who has been accused of inciting communal hatred.

No. The gov’t must not take a “tough stand against hardline Buddhist monk Gnanasara Thero”, the gov’t has to protect the Buddhists & other minorities from the soldiers of allah, not from a Buddhist monk who tells the truth.

Muslim activist Deshabandu Jezima Ismail, who was educated in a Catholic convent, believes that provocateurs were behind recent communal Buddhist attacks on Muslims.

When jihadists murder 300 “Easter worshipers” you don’t need “provocateurs” to stir up anti-Moslem sentiment.

She agreed that Muslims should look for ways to connect with members of other faiths. However, she is concerned that women having to stop wearing face-covering veils would feel a loss of “confidence and poise”.

Go f*kc yourselves, including your “confidence & poise”.

Ismail pointed out that the boycotting of Muslim businesses could wane once the Islamic community is able to step by step win back the confidence of others.

It shouldn’t.

Traditionally, Muslims have been afforded freedom of religious practice and can hold festivals and other cultural events in Sri Lanka.

That should end now.

“All people lived together very well,” Ismail said.

You blew it. Get out!