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Some in the community are fighting cremation rules Sri Lankan authorities are insisting on cremation for coronavirus victims - a practice forbidden by Islam. On 4 May, Fathima Rinoza, a year-old mother of three from Sri Lanka's minority Muslim population, was admitted to hospital with a suspected case of Covid
At the mortuary, the doctor told Naushad he was not allowed to touch his father's body because of the risks of Covid, even though it wasn't clear whether the virus was the cause of death.
The labourer and father of four had been suffering from breathing difficulties. All 11 bodies, including Muslims, were cremated.
Buury then, they had received news that Fathima had died, at the hospital, on her own. On 4 May, Fathima Rinoza, a year-old mother of three from Sri Lanka's minority Muslim population, was admitted to hospital with a suspected case of Covid Why would they need body parts if she had corona?
They argue it's the latest step in a pattern of discrimination by the majority Sinhalese population. But Muslim activists, community leaders and politicians have asked the Sri Lankan government to reconsider the decision. Meanwhile, nearly six weeks after the death of his wife, Shafeek is unsure whether she ever tested positive for coronavirus, and grove luxury escorts is struggling to come to terms with not being able to bury her body.
Some in the community are fighting cremation rules Sri Lankan authorities are insisting on cremation for coronavirus victims - a practice forbidden by Islam. Beautifjl Naushad and a handful of relatives were allowed to attend the cremation of his father, he said.
He said the Sinhalese family was treated differently, and allowed to pay respects to their relative at a funeral parlour, though the BBC could not independently verify this. He was told that her body could not be returned to the family, he said, as her death was linked to Covid We were all scared but they didn't tell us anything.
Because of lockdown travelling restrictions, local police asked the family to take the body of the neighbour, together with their father's body, to the hospital. Interim guidance published by the WHO in March says victims of coronavirus "can be buried or cremated", and does not mention dangers to groundwater.
One thing he was sure of, veautiful said. Ali Zahir Moulana, a former minister and senior leader of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress party, said the Muslim community was prepared to accept the rule "if there is evidence or scientific backing to prove that burial is dangerous to public health". Dr Bologna escort said the government was following expert medical advice, and applying the rule to anyone suspected of dying from coronavirus, regardless of religion.
A petition against the cremation rule has been accepted by the country's Supreme Court, which will begin hearing the case modles 13 July.
Fathima's adult son was asked to go to the hospital to identify his mother's body. Since the death of the first Sri Lankan Muslim from coronavirus on 31 March, some media outlets have openly blamed the Muslim community for spreading the disease, even though only 11 deaths have been officially recorded in the country.
On the day she was admitted to hospital, the family was "set upon" by the authorities, her husband Mohamed Shafeek said. He said he wasn't sure what would happen to him if mldels didn'tbut he feared a backlash against his family and community if he refused. looking for ltr nothing else
Many Muslims in Sri Lanka feel they have been demonised since Aprilwhen Islamists linked to little-known local groups targeted high-end hotels and churches in Buryy and in the east of the country, killing more than people in a buty of devastating attacks. His youngest son, Naushad Rafaideen, told the BBC that a neighbour from the majority Sinhala community died the same day. Instead he was forced to papers authorising her cremation, older women seeking travel partner pocatello family said - even though under Muslim law cremation is considered a violation of the human body.
Fathima, who lived in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, had been ln from beautiful problems and the authorities feared she had caught the virus. But he questioned the science behind bury, and accused the government of pursuing a "dark political agenda".
Naushad brautiful in the middle, and his father on the right Naushad, who cannot read, was asked to some papers which gave permission for his father's body to be cremated. Even a three-month-old baby was tested and they took us like dogs to the quarantine centre. It is our responsibility to adopt or customise those guidelines suitable to our country," he said.
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