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  1. This video illustrates notable female personalities across the globe where assorted topics are mentioned ranging from politics, career-paths, science, philosophy of Sikh heritage from a countless angles and breadth and depth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=husNH4RW-gQ Thank you. Best Wishes Guest MamTha3890
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    Bill 21 Quebec

    WaheguruJiKaKhalsaWaheguruJiKiFateh! Quebec's Sikhs need your help! Bill 21 bans all public sector employees like teachers, police, and lawyers from wearing any religious symbols. This means that Sikhs can not work while wearing their Dastar, Kara, or Kirpan. This law cannot be struck down by a judge for its violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms due to the Quebec provincial government's use of the notwithstanding clause. The Federal government is capable of repealing the law (disallowment) but they will only do so if the public forces them to. Disallowment can also only
  3. Hi all, The genocide in 1984 is confirmed, thousands of Sikhs targeted and killed, but whats the point of talking about it today?
  4. Check this out he blames Sikhs from aboard for sarbat khalsa and real punjabi Sikh leaders peacefully speaking out for their basic human rights as anti-nationals. Basically he is a Hindurstani atheist taliban terrorist who is oppressing the voice and rights of Sikhs. http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/punjab-govt-to-crack-down-on-provocative-sikh-sites/story-ESSNTFyHq66VoEfIxiRqTM.html
  5. !) Jagmeet has forced the BBC to show its true face and contempt for minority religious groups to have their voice heard. It's a huge humiliation for BBC which is seen as a realiable and unbiased British broadcaster to be outed like this worldwide. 2) The killings of 2 Sikh peaceful protesters in Punjab made news around the world to Sikhs in seconds which meant Sikhs could react quickyl and form protests offline and online. Back in 1980s the killings of dozens of Sikhs was business as usual and only the Indian newspapers, or Sikh old media punjabi newspapers would report it aboard after a we
  6. So the UK makes a deal with the Saudis to vote for each other so they can both secure places on the UN Human Rights Commissions. Even though Saudi hasone of the worst human rights records in the world, human rights take a back seat when trade deals and western interests are up for grabs. Is anyone surprised ? Then you wonder why the enquiry into British involvement in the 1984 Harmandar Sahib attack was 'white washed " and shut down... http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/sep/29/uk-and-saudi-arabia-in-secret-deal-over-human-rights-council-place
  7. I'm wondering after the baba jee pillars and elderly leaders of the Sikh community of the present time pass on....... have we got up and coming charismatic youth leaders to take their place? Or will be Sikh masses be left to their own devices and no longer an effective force against those who wish our community ill will. I can see within 5-10 years when the leaders who lived in the times of 1984 and put all their energy fighting for Sikh rights and khalistan pass on there will be no one influential will left to fight for the rights of the community.
  8. Bhai Jaswant Singh Khalra Ji were made shaheed 20 years ago to this day! Gone to SachKhand but will never be forgotten about on Earth! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH-Q-lEBf8M
  9. JAMMU, India (June 4, 2015)—A Sikh youth named Bhai Jagjit Singh was killed in police firing during a protest over removal of a poster of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in Jammu on Thursday. The firing also left two more Sikh youth injured seriously. Meanwhile, a red alert has been sounded in Amritsar following police firing on Sikh protesters in Jammu. The Sikh youth converged on Satwari-RS Pura road and blocked traffic in protest against the removal of Sant Bhindranwale’s posters put up by Sikh organisations about his martyrdom being observed on June 6. Police resorted to lat
  10. After seeing this documentary and watching more of this man's lectures, I've wondered why our community is not engaged in this seva. Why do non-Sikhs seem to be working for humanity more than Sikhs? Zeitgeist Moving Forward (2+ hours): The first 5 minutes show the similarity to Sikhi. The Venus Project (1.5 hour lecture): Jacque Fresco on allowing people to smoke (1 minuts): Please comment. It seems we need to support these worldwide projects before it's too late.
  11. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh Just though I'd Share an essay that i wrote in my previous year as a law student; concerning the right to self determination for minorties; closely looking at the onslaught of Sikhs. Also attached is a powerpoint that I lectured to my peers. IHR Assignment.docx Would love if fellow brothers and sisters would give their comments Fateh! Sorry PP wouldnt attach!
  12. ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTING THE LACK OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA AND THE ATROCITIES BEING COMMITTED BY THE UNION GOVERNMENT OF INDIA Below is a 20 page critique of India's past and present conduct in relation to human and social rights of its citizens. RECOMMENDED
  13. Sangat Jee A new episode of RajoanaTV is now on YouTube for viewing. Aired live on Sky TV this episode delves into the harrowing, tragic and heroic story of Beant Singh, Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh. Tales that have been unheard or hidden are told, including the courageous, heart rending stories of Bibi Surinder Kaur and Bibi Bimal Kaur, the wives of Satwant and Beant Singh respectively. It is not enough to say that these brave souls got justice for the desecration of Harimander Sahib. Follow their emotional story in this episode. Please pass this message on to your friends and family. V
  14. http://books.google....0CC0Q6AEwAADead Silence: The Legacy of Human Rights Abuses in Punjab is a report that was prepared by Physicians for Human Rights (U.S.) and was published by Human Rights Watch in 1994. "This report documents incidents of torture, extrajudicial executions and disappearances which took place mostly in the first nine months of 1992, at the height of the government crackdown." The report looks at the human rights violations that were attributed to the government and militants. There is a section called "Violations of Humanitarian Law By Militants" which covers all the
  15. Waheguru ji ka Khalsa Waheguru ji ki Fateh. I have a plea to make to anyone reading this, this plea is in regards to a Singh living in a foreign country for more than a decade. Singh is tomorrow going to talk with a politician regarding political asylum in his chosen nation. Singh needs official documents regarding what India is doing to Sikhs, that is human rights violation etc. It will be greatly appreciated if reports, and websites which can help Singh prove his point can be provided before 3,0, clock tomorrow. Three o clock New Zealand time. Thank u ji.
  16. The Wanted Human Rights Violations Programme (WHRVP) has been set up to build case files on suspected perpetrators and to use these to support in the campaign to realise justice for crimes against humanity, war crimes and mass genocide in India. If you have any details on the suspected perpetrators please contact info@panthicdal.com
  17. The situation of Punjab is quickly escalating into a lot of violence and a lot of videos and news is being circulated in an unorganized manner. In hopes to organize the material with hopes to establish proof against human rights violators in Punjab it is essential to document ALL abuses, whether it is with a video camera or the pen. Keep a video camera on you at all times and don't be afraid to use it. Upload all documented footage onto YouTube for others to download. For Sikhs in general with internet access, go to www.KeepVid.com and download all videos you see where beadbi or rights viola
  18. Source: Times of India timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Why-Balwant-Singh-Rajoana-never-appealed-against-his-death-sentence/articleshow/12458451.cms Balwant Singh Rajoana was to be executed on March 31. This would have been the first execution in India since 2004. His execution has been stayed - for the time being - in response to the rising whirlpool of politics that's engulfed Punjab on this issue. That India should sully its record again after 8 years with state sanctioned murder is a matter of distress, but this consideration seems largely removed from the politics of Rajoana's execution
  19. It is disgusting for me to see news articles, where there are reports of Sikh Bodies, including the official parliament of Sikhs - SGPC, requesting Indian President to interfere in the capital sentence of Bhai Balwant Singh Rajoana, and grant clemency to him. But I have a very strong objection to the use of word – “Clemency”. Clemency means the forgiveness of a crime or the cancellation (in whole or in part) of the penalty associated with it. Hence, by asking for Clemency, these bodies are agreeing to the inferred statement that what Balwant Singh did was indeed a crime, which is absolute
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