Many Muslims in Sri Lanka say they fear a backlash after the Easter Sunday attacks. The suicide bombings, which killed hundreds of people, have been condemned by Muslim groups, but many in the community say they feel vulnerable.
Mobs have killed a Muslim man and vandalized mosques and stores in Sri Lanka despite a nationwide curfew. The state also shut down social media after Christians interpreted a Facebook post as threatening.
The search for suspects tied to the deadly Easter bombings in Sri Lanka has intensified amid concerns about possible further attacks. The UK has also warned citizens against traveling to the country.
Investigations are continuing in Sri Lanka after the Easter suicide bombings that killed more than 300 people. The first funerals have been held as the island nation mourns.
The Muslim community in Sri Lanka is facing a backlash after the April 21 bombings. They are asking for tolerance amid a growing atmosphere of mistrust and animosity. Nimisha Jaiswal reports from Negombo.
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