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Sri Lanka: Making Sense of the Easter Sunday attacks of 21 April 2019

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Saturday 18 May 2019, by siawi3

Source: http://sacw.net/article14106.html

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Making Sense of the Easter Sunday attacks of 21 April 2019 in Sri Lanka

Jayadeva Uyangoda

17 May 2019

A Himal podcast on the Easter Sunday attacks on 21 April 2019 in Sri Lanka, which killed over 250 people, have shocked the country and left people fearful and uncertain. While some details about the conspiracy behind the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels have come out, much remains unclear. Political infighting within the government has added to the lack of credible information, compromising the general public’s ability to arrive at a clear understanding of the situation. Several instances of anti-Muslim violence this week has also led to fears of a communal conflagration. Himal Southasian’s Editor Aunohita Mojumdar spoke with Jayadeva Uyangoda, a Colombo-based political scientist, columnist and the emeritus professor of political science at the University of Colombo

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