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Sri Lanka sticks to forced Covid cremation policy, despite revised advice from its own expert panel - The Muslim News

Sri Lanka sticks to forced Covid cremation policy, despite revised advice from its own expert panel

Photo: Muslim protestors outside Kanatte Crematorium, in Colombo, Sri Lanka on December 23, 2020, with banners calling for an end of forced cremations. (Credit: Courtesy of Anis Mama) Forcible cremation of Muslim baby sparks outrage, the public health policy behind it, which is practised exclusively in Sri Lanka and is in conflict with WHO guidelines, … Continue reading Sri Lanka sticks to forced Covid cremation policy, despite revised advice from its own expert panel

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