Luvequ's - very good question which was very hard to answer, so I came up with my own little fable .
Please feel free to share it around.
With any luck Alisi Daurewa will use this as a scholarly source for her research into the origins of Fijians as heavily disguised Tamils.
As young kids , Ratu Sukuna and Prophet Muhammed were listening to a tyrant called Kaiyum reading a Bible story.
Kaiyum read: "The man named Lot was warned to take his wife and flee out of the city , but his wife looked back and was turned to salt."
Concerned, Ratu Sukuna asked: "What happened to the flea?".
Isa ko Ratu Sukuna - he was put in the naughty corner for worrying about the poor little fleas and Prophet Muhammed won the right to a National Day of Holiday in the fiefdom of Fiji because the tyrant liked that he took the story in with a grain of salt and chose to keep quiet about our Lot in Fiji .