Sri Lankan police have apologized after they wrongly recognized a US lady as a suspect in the Easter Sunday assaults.
Amara Majeed is a Muslim dissident and writer who composed a book, titled The Foreigners, to battle generalizations about Islam.
“I have toward the beginning of today been FALSELY distinguished by the Sri Lankan government as one of the ISIS Easter assailants in Sri Lanka,” she tweeted.
“What a thing to wake up to!”
Around 253 individuals passed on and hundreds were harmed in the Sri Lanka assaults, where suicide aircraft struck a few inns and temples.
A photo of Amara Majeed was discharged by Sri Lankan specialists recognizing her as a presume connected to the slaughter.
The name appended to the image was Abdul Cader Fathima Khadiya – however the image was of Baltimore-conceived Ms Majeed, whose guardians are from Sri Lanka.