Note that Sri Lanka is 70+ % Buddhist, which is not a religion in the sense that they do not worship a god, it is a way of life that believes in coming into harmony with everything.
"After deadly Easter attacks, Sri Lankan officials blame jihadists, admit they had warning" PBS NewsHour 4/22/2019
SUMMARY: A wave of suicide bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday has the country grieving, on edge and under a national emergency. At least 290 people died in the attack, which the government blamed on a little-known Jihadist group. Police arrested multiple suspects and worked to disarm additional bombs, as officials admitted they had ignored warnings of an attack weeks before. Judy Woodruff reports.
"As bombing death toll tops 300, grieving Sri Lanka looks for answers" PBS NewsHour 4/23/2019
SUMMARY: The death toll from Sri Lanka's Easter massacre has risen to 321, as the country observed a national day of mourning Tuesday. Although the Islamic State made an unconfirmed claim of responsibility for the bombings, officials in Colombo blamed a local group and suggested the attacks might have been retaliation for the recent mass killing of Muslims in New Zealand. ITN's Debi Edward reports.
"Sri Lanka remains on edge as authorities investigate bombing suspects" PBS NewsHour 4/24/2019
SUMMARY: In Sri Lanka, investigators have learned more about the Islamist militants they blame for a series of Easter Sunday bombings. At least 58 people have been arrested, many of them from well-off Sri Lankan families whose neighbors expressed shock at their apparent involvement. The death toll from the attacks now stands at 359. Debi Edward of Independent Television News reports from Colombo.