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‘Ramazan portrays brotherhood’

Any religion existing in a country should respect the existing culture of the country. A religion’s ideology contrary to the existing culture in that country will not last long.

The vast majority of Sri Lankan Islam devotees have celebrated their religious customs and traditions down the ages by abiding with local culture and becoming its shareholders.

The ideological base of Islam which binds people together in brotherhood and humanism is portrayed by Ramazan.

With due respect to the majority Muslim people, I wish to reiterate on this Ramazan day that a minority extremist group going against the true essence of Islam cannot establish themselves in this country and break fraternal bonds of friendship in this country.

I take this opportunity to wish Muslim devotees celebrating Ramazan a happy festival.

Karu Jayasuriya


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