Save the Muslims in Sri Lanka

Islam is a minority religion in Sri Lanka with 9.7% of the Sri Lankan population practice Islam.

On March 13 2021, Sri Lanka’s minister of public security announced that the government will ban the wearing of the burqa and close more than 1,000 Islamic schools in the country.

The minister was quoted as saying that “the burqa is a sign of religious extremism and has a direct impact on national security”.

Since these announcements, the lives of nearly two million Muslims in Sri Lanka has been made hell. Many parts of the country have seen anti-Muslim violence and in some cases, mobs have killed many innocent Muslims. Donate generously towards our appeal and help us save the Muslims in Sri Lanka.

Save the Muslim in Sri Lanka

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The Anti Muslim Movement in Sri Lanka

After gaining independence from the British in 1948, Sri Lanka witnessed some of the worst violence in its history. A decades-long civil war ended in 2009. Just when the world thought Sri Lanka will be a land of peace and prosperity, an anti-Muslim movement was started by the same organisation which was involved in some of the worst atrocities during the civil war.

Using the name of getting rid of extremist Muslims Buddhist monks mobilised a campaign of hate towards the Muslim minority.

The group’s large public rallies and strident social media campaigns normalised hate speech and everyday low-intensity harassment of Muslims across the country. Incitement by the extreme Buddhists and the cultivation of anti-Muslim sentiment over the post-war years also led to violent attacks against small Muslim communities in 2014, 2017 and 2018. These Buddhist extremists also aligned themselves with similar groups in Myanmar who carried out atrocities against Rohingya Muslims.

Save the Muslims in Sri Lanka

Humanity Care Relief is on the ground in Sri Lanka. We have been working in Sri Lanka for a number of years. Over the years, we have provided food packs & iftar packs during Ramadan, performed Qurbani during Dhul Hijjah and from time to time we provide financial support for families with your Zakat.

Right now thousands of Muslim families in Sri Lanka are in desperate need of food and financial support.

£40 will provide enough food for a family for up to a month

£100 will bring financial respite to a family during these testing times

Donate now and provide food for Muslims in Sri Lanka.

Helping Muslims in Need Across the World

Alhamdulillah, with Allah’s help and your generosity we have been helping Muslims in need across the world. Whether it Gaza Emergency Appeal, Syria Crisis Appeal, Yemen Food Appeal, or Rohingya Crisis Appeal, you (the donors) have always responded amazingly. With your help every year we provide food packs, water pumps, water wells, and water tanks for thousands of families.

Wherever possible we also distribute your Zakat in cash. This gives many families the chance to buy what they want e.g. household items, new clothes, shoes or whatever they like.

Continue your generosity and help us provide food for Muslims in Sri Lanka.

The future of minorities in Sri Lanka looks bleak

UNHCR has passed a resolution calling on the Sri Lankan government to protect the rights of minorities in Sri Lanka. However, this resolution has little impact on the behaviour of fundamentalist Buddhist organisations. They are continuing harassing minorities and making Sri Lanka a tough place to live for thousands of families.

10 years after a devastating war the Sri Lankan government policies show little evidence of having learnt from its past.

FAQ – Muslim persecution in Sri Lanka

There are four ways to help the Muslims in Sri Lanka

  1. Pray for them
  2. Donate for Save the Muslims in Sri Lanka Appeal
  3. Volunteer for a charity to raise funds for Muslims in Sri Lanka
  4. Raise awareness about the plight of Muslims in Yemen among your family, friends, and colleagues

Fill in the fundraiser page at, we will then Insha’Allah set up the fundraiser page for you to start fundraising for Muslims in Sri Lanka. We do not use third parties like JustGiving because they take a huge commission from the funds. HCR tries to make sure that 90% of the money raised for charitable projects goes to the projects. The remaining 10% is reinvested back in the charity to raise more funds and to cover administration costs. HCR does not have any salaried staff, all work apart from Marketing is carried out by volunteers.

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