As humans in Sri Lanka celebrated the resurrection of the Prince of Peace, Muslims were busy moving into place with bombs to shatter their lives. One reportedly took his place in a buffet line and waited for enough people to gather before murdering them.
Men, women, and children were slaughtered by madmen who worship a fake deity and have never advanced past the seventh century, savagery, and ignorance.
Please explain to me what possible reason the west… you know, civilization… would EVER consider allowing these degenerates to escape the desert wastelands where they belong and walk among descent folks.
A wave of bombings has rocked Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Here is what we know so far:
- At least 207 people have been killed and 450 more injured in a series of explosions targeting churches holding Easter services and hotels in Sri Lanka.
- Most of the dead are believed to have been Sri Lankans, but officials say about 30 people from other countries have lost their lives. Three UK nationals and two US-UK dual nationals were among the dead. One Dutch, one Chinese, one Portuguese and two Turkish nationals have been killed, their respective foreign ministries have confirmed.
- No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks but Sri Lanka’s defence minister, Ruwan Wijewardene, said the culprits had been identified and were religious extremists. He said suicide bombers were responsible for the majority of the morning’s bombings and that the wave of attacks was the work of a single group.
- Eight people have been reported to have been arrested so far.
- The government has imposed a curfew with immediate effect. It also shut down social media and messaging services.
- There were six initial blasts, at three hotels and three churches, before two more explosions some time later, at a guest house and housing scheme, with two people reported to have been killed at the former.
- Harsha de Silva, a government minister, said the last two blasts appeared to have been carried out by the culprits as they fled from police.
- The prime minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, condemned the “cowardly” attacks and urged people to remain “united and strong”. He convened Sri Lanka’s top military officials at an emergency meeting of the national security council.
- The archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, called it “a very sad day” and urged the government to identify the attackers and “punish them mercilessly because only animals can behave like that”.