Sri Lanka: Muslims and Tamils deal with the past



Once a popular Muslim street in Jaffna, Moor Street sits in disrepair today. Sri Lankan Muslims displaced by the Tamil rebels during the country’s decades-long civil war are slowly returning home, but the challenge of reconciling with their Tamil neighbors and the past, remains.  Photo: Contributor/IRIN

Sri Lankan Muslims displaced during the country’s decades-long civil war are slowly returning home, but the challenge of reconciling with their Tamil neighbours, and their past, remains.

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