Religious Desecration

Religious Desecration Fiji's 2000 coup divided the island along racial and religious lines. Now there are concerns politicians are stirring up religious animosities for political gain.
Since 2000, there's been a large increase in religious desecrations. Most of the attacks target Hindu temples where Indo-Fijians worship. Now many Hindus are starting to lose patience. "I hope it doesn't develop to a stage where communities confront each other," confides the Prime Minister. He fears the attacks could destabilise the fragile calm.

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