The death toll from Sri Lanka’s devastating Easter Sunday bomb blasts rose to 290 on Monday, as recriminations grew among the nation’s bitterly divided political establishment over the handling of an intelligence alert that warned of an imminent attack by Islamists. In the deadliest terror attack to hit Sri Lanka, which is still recovering from a decades-long civil war, bombs ripped through three crowded Catholic churches and three luxury hotels popular among foreign tourists and local elites.
Its been a long time now, since christian civilians among the almost or all muslim countries are not protected anymore. No legislation, no regulations and no FREEDOM OF RELIGION whatsoever. Childrens dead, lost their parents, all in the name of the GOD they worship and this is not fair. We must end this as soon as possible and we as a Good Cause have already started to saveguard christian civilians on the countries with muslim majority. But WE NEED YOUR HELP. We, as an organization, #TheGoodCause are growing funds to help the local agencies and organizations to find the lost christians in Sri Lanka and help their family to reunite with them and also to help them to practice their religion in peace. May the Lord protect them, with your little help. #WePrayForTheVictims