19 September, 2020

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Update: Buddhist Monks Led Mob Attacked Muslim Prayer Centre: Bells In The Nearby Buddhist Temple Rang Out Before The Attack

Residents say the temple bells in the nearby Buddhist temple rang out before the Grandpass Muslim Prayer Centre attack took place this evening. The residents said the crowd of about 10 monks and at least 50 people gathered at the temple. Ravana Balaya has denied involvement in the attack and residents claim many of the monks were from the area temple.Upto five people injured including two policemen so far.

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The Ravana Balaya group called for its relocation within one month.  Security forces personnel have now been stationed around the mosque to assist the police to keep calm.

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    The very same yellow robes clad rogues did the same in 1983. It was always blamed that the LTTE was the cause of terrorism. But the biggest of the are the yellow robes. Were they not the one who gunned down SWRD? Mark my words, the end of the nasty dynasty are numbered.

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    Guys lets hold the hand with us to form one more lasting battle against the corrupted Rajapaksha regime. We need war in this country, we do not want peace remained here because blood sucker of Rajapaksha and his Gotha had shed thousands of innocent northern people.

    WE NEED WAR……………….
    WE WANT SRI LANKA FULLY DESTROYED AND NO ONE SHOULD LIVE HERE
    WHEN LTTE WAS HERE NO MORE MONKS RAISE THEIR VOICES BUT COWARDS NOW HAVE COME TO THE FIELD.

    WAIT FOR THE TIME TO WASH THESE ALL FROM THIS LAND….

    ITS SOON

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    Its better LTTE war should be here, because they were the people could handle the government

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