Leader of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress Minister Rauff Hakeem insists that Muslims have not been radicalised in the East.
In an interview with The Hindu newspaper, Hakeem said that while there are different schools of thought in Islamic philosophy it is not a case of sectarian radical groups taking root.
He was responding to the question on claims that there is rising fundamentalism in the Eastern Province, with funding from West Asian countries.
Sources : news24
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