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Sri Lanka cremates its global reputation

26th Feb 2021

Sir, The Government of Sri Lanka is embarrassing itself trying to package its forced cremation of Covid-19 victims as anything but persecution of its Muslim population. (‘Sri Lanka sticks to forced Covid-19 cremation policy, despite revised advice from its own expert panel’, The Muslim News, January 29)
If there was as an iota of scientific evidence to back their policy; they would haved published it by now, after all, wouldn’t they want to share this infection reducing science with the rest of the world, especially with the World Health Organization whose guild-lines they have ignored?
Sri Lanka isn’t just burning bodies; it’s burning its global reputation.
Yours,
Khadija Mansour
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