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Turning Point for Sri Lanka's Muslims?

Sunanda Deshapriya at Groundviews opines that “the judicial case related to the violent attack on Muslim owned Fashion Bug head office and warehouse in Pepiliyana, 10 km away from Colombo, is destined to be a turning point in Muslim Rights in Sri Lanka.”

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  • Williams is the author of “Turning
    Point,” a manual filled with advice and guidance for business-minded
    people. Williams provides historical, political and personal success stories
    that aim to change the mindset of readers. The book received rave reviews for
    its ability to teach individuals how to use life experiences and key moments,
    whether positive or negative, as a form of motivation to live a more positive

    Currently in its final stages of
    editing, Williams’ next book is “Warfare.” The book is about
    procrastination, fear and rejection and how these “battles” impact
    the individual both personally and professionally. The book will be released
    the second half of 2013.

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