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Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa Vaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh

Last night, 20-30 Singhs were protecting our Gurughar.

A parade of black men came towards GNG Smethwick from Capehill/Asda/Job centre.

They taunted the Singhs, and drove past towards the mandir. (The mandir has got smashed).

2 Car load of Black men tried to attack the Gurdwara, the Singhs defended gallantly, and

smashed the black men. 4 Black men got battered by the Singhs, the other car load ran off.

The Singhs called an ambulance for the injured black men.

With kirpa of Guru Granth Sahib Jee, the gurdwara is not harmed.

No Singhs were injured/damaged.

AKAAAAAAAAALUHHHHHHHHHHH

KHALASTAN ZINDABAD!!!!!!!

Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa Vaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh

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Any news on Gurdwaras in Walsall, WIllenhall, Wendsbury etc, do they need protecting tonight?

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Seems like some degenerate vile christian / athiest chavy black men in cities of uk will only learn the hard way, i heard they killed 3 asian muslim men who were trying to defend their community. We need to be out in numbers and back our brothers up. It's great to see our communities coming together to defending whats good

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Seems like some degenerate vile christian / athiest chavy black men in cities of uk will only learn the hard way, i heard they killed 3 asian muslim men who were trying to defend their community. We need to be out in numbers and back our brothers up. It's great to see our communities coming together to defending whats good

Yes, 3 Muslim men got ran over by blacks and died. :(

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Well no-one will shed a tear for anyone who attacks innocents and especially our places of worship. So if a Singh did kill an aggressor/attacker he will be hailed as a hero he can be assured that. We need more Singhs with balls who know how to street fight, sadly you can not use kirpans and other weaponary at the moment. But im sure with enough political pressure 800,000 Sikhs we can get things changed so that any animal who wants to target innocent people or communities will be dealt with deadly force.

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Singhs might want to offer the Hindus some security support over the protection of their mandir. Just a thought!

Yesterday Muslim elders in Ilford were came up to Singhs saying how they were impressed that the Sikhs organised themselves to defend the Gurdwaras and community whilst they hadn't even thought about it.

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We had our gurdwara burnt down in Bow east london 2009 by a black criminal gangster. We had criminal black youths attack our gurdwara and businesses and homes during the riots between pakistani's and blacks in lozells, birmingham 2005. We as a community have had enough of being targetted and this is why we came together having learnt the lessons of not stepping up to the mark when it counted. Something the Hindu community and others need to learn if they really value their religion. And off course we should extend our support to other communities but not at the expense of our own first. Our numbers could get stretched.

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Singhs might want to offer the Hindus some security support over the protection of their mandir. Just a thought!

Yesterday Muslim elders in Ilford were came up to Singhs saying how they were impressed that the Sikhs organised themselves to defend the Gurdwaras and community whilst they hadn't even thought about it.

Thank you to the brave Sikh people for what they did.

The 2 Mandirs of Ilford Lane were contacted, no reports of problems at present

RIP to those brave Muslim people who died defending their community in Birmingham

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