Colombo: 60 year old bhksuyun objection on mosque

Colombo: 60 year old bhksuyun objection on mosque

Colombo : Sri Lanka | Apr 23, 2012 at 9:46 PM PDT
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The Sri Lankan government in the north of the capital of a 60 year old Muslims of the mosque to supply has been advised that the ahbun violence on Wednesday to protest the mosque after the transfer to. Prime Minister D. M. Jyartny on Friday, the monks and their followers of protests on behalf of an important city badmzhby dmbula tension in his reaction on rise. The Prime Minister syraujy wander spokesman told the News Agency that the Prime Minister and religious affairs Buddhist uzyrky of as to supply has been advised that the mosque should transfer and three alternative places, they had been offered the Mosque and the immediate measures have been taken for the transfer. This sea of ​​India jzyrayy recently country decades of ethnic war that he came out of the majority of buddhism is a country where friar and political influence.Trustee of the mosque Mohammad Mustafa, has said that he has objection on transfer by force. Mustafa said that this mosque in 1940 from mid of set up the transfer of that we have no objection on expansion of the city if the purpose is to However, if any religion to take will try this, we do not want. In the north of capital Colombo 150 kilometers (93 miles) distance dmbula situated on the monks claim that the mosque on Wednesday to temple on the land illegally constructed. It is immediately not clear why the 60-year friar mosque after the construction on the pressure for claims. The ruling party a Muslim Member of Parliament H. M. Azhar says that in the next few days on Wednesday and talks between religious leaders organized so that will be acceptable to all can be sought to solve. The residents of dmbula religious nature of the city, and foreign tourists most favorite is a place on Friday, has said that the petrol bomb silently on mosque. However, no loss of life. Last year the followers of buddhism anuradapur neighboring district of Muslims in a religious symbol was on fire. However, the government has promised to restore. The balance of the country's population of buddhism comprising seven and two million in the population is Muslim.5 percent

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Colombo: 60 year old bhksuyun objection on mosque
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