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There is alot of somalian gang violence in the UK generally in Somalia loads of wars are going on. These days the main reason why so many people left there country and went to others was to escape the political corruption and 3rd world violence. Sad thing is people brought the worst part of there countries here.

Generally the safety of any Sikh is not assured in any Muslim country. This girl has only done what is normal in a muslim country. UN laws don't work in many countries most of the middle east, africa or asia. We should be looking at what the british government and the police would do. The thing is this is generally a situation of assault, freedom of speech in britain and america, canda, australia limit the spreading of hatred, sedition.

This was an act of assault and evidence of it. I would assume such cases are generally dismissed and it is better to make this case aware to the Police. You can find various Sikh organisations within the police and perhaps to liase with them. Also to make it aware to the community the police generally look to work with young people in various liasing committees there are many across britain. Maybe some people in East london and West London from the Sikh youth would like to work with the police in various ways even with local officers meeting to bring up such issues and more, even community issues work better if the youth work with the police. It also helps to build up voluntary work for the future in terms of employment. If not even working with local mps to raise awareness of such issue.

This issue as well as the love jihad, pedophilla targetting of Sikh girls can be better made aware when we work with the police proactively to even isolate various mosques which preach hatred, incite crimes and to proactively catch various gangs and networks. With the situation of girls being raped we can't bring the victims for reasons of honour to courts so many things go unnoticed. I hence encourage all of you to work with your local police, community officers and MPs.

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If theres evidence that her sister did actually commit that henious act then shes going to face serious consequences lets hope for her sake it was just a immature anti-sikh racist tweet at best (ethnic banter as they call it).

It appears she's deleted het twitter account but unforunately for her, the police are able to track down the ip of the users by asking twitter for details.

So if anyone wants to make a complaint about her to the authorities they would be obliged to probe if she was glorifying a real racist attack on a Sikh sister or just a fake story to appear big and clever to her friends.

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Someone sent me this on msn. East London sanagt are very aware of this.

A somalian girl boasts her little sister cut a sikh girls hair and calls her a “legend” for doing so. Some next Somali says “omg shes a little g”. Removing the hair from a sikh is a violation of human rights, to practice ones faith. Apparently the act was applauded by other Somalis, and none spoke against it. These somalian bitches need reminding that khalsa aid is bringing relief to their country.

These girls are from east ham. Their college name was circulated – newvic 6th form college. All sangat should report this hate race crime to the police online (at minimum). We should get this racist <banned word filter activated> kicked out of college.

These Somalis are propagating RACIST ATTACKS on Sikhs. How would they feel if they were held down and some “legend” forced pork in thier mouths?

It takes these somalian girls years to grow their hair to a couple inches long (probably because their heads are so damn big and moon shaped) so they get jealous and applaud the cutting of the hair of an innocent sikh girl.

if this was a muslim girl who had her hijab/jilbab,niquab ect pulled off, their community would be on a world wide rampage. i suggest this post remains on here to create awareness that Sikhs should be vigillant of somali’s who are promoting desecration of our faith.

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college needs to send a clear message that they have 0 tolerance on racism and people that support racist attacks so openly. these racist somalian girls should not reap the beneits of a free education. they should all be kicked out.


also, if the girl who did the act is a child (im not sure)... she should be ordered to do shoe seva in gurdwara for a year. she is clearly a representative of her household if her sister calls her a legend.

update : she has now changed her facebook profile to say shes from leicester. this is not true... shes trying to divert the fact shes from east london. <banned word filter activated> is geting shook.

Very sad incident that has allegedly happened. However, there is no need to be racist back (your hair and head shape comments). I can understand your anger but please try and refrain from being racist.

Let's hope the culprit is caught and dealt with harshly by the law. However, I doubt that (being dealt harshly by the law) is going to be happening in this country any time soon.

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Does anyone know or heard from the victim? I apologise beforehand if I offend but we need evidence from the victim, Im not saying this is a lie.

Look this is a heinous race hate crime,but for one minute before being nasty or racist back towards Somalians. We need to establish the facts.Like unless we hear from the victim it could just be someone bragging or we all know in some cases some people only follow Sikhi because of family presure, so it could have been done in collusion. Im not saying it's not true but lets be sure 100% of what happened.

Example, last week EDL marched through Leicester. Reason was 3 Somali girls beat up a white girl. (her B/F was also there). They were not sent to jail. They should have been as it was assault. But the reason why EDL marched was mainstream media did not relay all the facts. They were not present at the court trail only paper was Leicester Mercury who reported all the facts, nationals well they want to sell papers so only picked up on one thing which was as the girls were muslim they were not used to drinking and were not in full control (along those lines). That was just one part of the defense. But if you read national papers you'd think thats the reason they were let of. Nothing came to light of how they were taunted and the fact the BF was also aggresive. Not condoning the attack it was wrong they should have been sent down not suspended sentances. But just showing we need to know the full picture. As E-E-E-E- EDL, are assured the reason they were let off was the drinking. One rule for usand another for muslims was what Tommy said in Leicester as well as his usual racist bs. (However, he did say he'd 'smack you in the mouth, bruv. Don't do that nazi saluate' to someone. Isuppose he coordinated that as hes only a little midget around 5"7 or 8). EDL done no research just wasted near a million pounds of tax payers money and bought the cities traders to lose a days trading as most shut up shop due to fears of voilence.

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why close it? has there been justice served? come on...

Because we the thread was decending into what seemed like racism, getting justice for the sister is fine but we still have yet to establish whether there was an actual victim or it was a foolish somalian school girl just trolling on twitter as many do these days. If there is no victim then the Sikh community is made to look like fools in front of everyone by over sensetive people who react first and think later. So lets establish first if there is a victim before getting this somalian girl brought to justice for her racist tweet.

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