Country Peaceful After Jumma Prayers On Friday

Thanks to the sensible behaviour of Muslim civil society organizations and religious bodies and the proactive approach of the law enforcement bodies of Sri Lanka, no violent incident was reported after the Jumma prayers on Friday. 

Thousands of Muslims who gathered in mosques for their Friday prayers went home peacefully without giving way to any sort of violence. 
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Muslim civil society organizations and religious bodies strictly instructed the Muslims of Sri Lanka to act with great restraint and not to engage in any activity that would disrupt peace and harmony in Sri Lanka. The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka strongly stated that it did not encourage protests and demonstration after Jumma on Friday. 
Meanwhile. the All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama requested all katheebs to base Friday Jumma prayers on how to handle situation and protecting ethnic harmony and coexistence in the country. The instructions were followed by Katheebs and Islam devotees who gathered in mosques for prayers on Friday afternoon. 
While the Army overlook the security of Beruwala, Aluthgama and Dharga Town, the Police beefed up security in other areas across the country where there are mosques. A large police presence was seen in the capital city of Colombo. 
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