Stand Against Islamic Extremism in Sri Lanka
Posted on April 25th, 2019

අමාදම් ගඟුල

[1] අන්තවාදී ශරියා නීති තහනම් කිරීමට බලකරමු
[2] අන්තවාදී බුර්කාව තහනම් කිරීමට බල කරමු
[3] අන්තවාදය උගන්වන ශරියා විශ්වවිද්‍යල සහ අරාබි පාසල් වසා දැමීමට බල කරමු
[4] අන්තවාදී පූජකයින් මෙරටට ගෙන්වීම නැවත්වීමට බල කරමු
[5] අන්තවාදයට සම්බන්දයයි සැක සිතන සියළු දෙනාගෙ දේපොල පරීක්ෂාවට බල කරමු
[6] අන්තවාදීන්ට උදව්කල සියළු මුස්ලිම් දේශපාලකයින් නෙරපා දැමීමට බල කරමු
[7] අන්තවාදී ක්‍රියාකාරකම් බහුල මුස්ලිම් ප්‍රදේශ තුල නිතර සෝදිසි මෙහෙයුම් සිදු කිරීමට බල කරමු
[8] ඉස්ලාම් ව්‍යාප්තවාදයට ආවඩන හලාල් වෙලද සහතිකය ඉවත් කිරීමට බල කරමු 
[9] මේවැනි යෝජනාවන් නිසා ඔබගේ මුස්ලිම් මිතුරා අසතුටට පත්වේනම් ඔහුටද විෂබීජය ශරීර ගතවී ඇතැයි සැක සිතමු

~ සබ්බදානං ධම්මදානං ජිනාති ~

One Response to “Stand Against Islamic Extremism in Sri Lanka”

  1. dingiri bandara Says:

    I agree. In addition ban the Madrassas where radical Islam is taught. We don’t need them. Muslim can teach Islam in Sunday schools. Stop trying to be politically correct and pandering to Muslim religious leaders and politicians. They are unable to stop or are afraid to do anything. Stop building any more mosques, it is not proportionate the population. We already have too many where radicalism is preached.. In order to practice ones religion, you don’t need building. religion is a state of mind and can be practiced at home. They are actually places where communities gather an where ceremonies are held. The problem with mosques are that in many places extremism is preached which is not the case with other places of worship.
    Islam means ” Submission” but the sad part is some of the submit to the radicals. Muslims also call Islam is religion of peace. If so they must do whatever necessary to remove whatever in their religion of Peace to remove the teachings that can lead to such brutality and disregard for life.
    Something that always bothered me was, why is it necessary to shout over loudspeakers disturbing everyone in the vicinity to remind the Muslims to pray. Are they not religious enough to do it on their own. I use to live about half a mile from a mosque and every morning at five AM my little daughter of 2 years wake up frightened. There were no loud speakers then. These people want to enjoy all the modern amenities ( which is OK) but stick to their archiachic traditions some of which are the traditions of the Middle East and nothing to do with Islam.

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