Sri Lanka: Sri Lanka's Muslims warn of backlash
Sri Lanka's Muslims are warning of a militant backlash as increasing tension between them and the Tamil community in the east of the country fuels feelings of frustration and anger.
Submitted on Mon, 12/13/2004 - 00:00
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