There's a new climate of fear in Sri Lanka. This time it's the Muslim community who are fearful of the future. The Easter bomb attacks in Sri Lanka - targeting churches and international hotels - horrified the island. But the attacks also intensified a creeping campaign by members of the Sinhala Buddhist majority against the Muslim community - with Muslims murdered, their businesses burned or boycotted. The BBC's Jill McGivering investigates the growing climate of fear now driving many Muslims to leave and casting a shadow over those left behind.
15 Dec 2019