Are there MORE Sikhs in Richmond Hill than other places where they aren't attacked?
When I talk of a "stronghold" does your mind conjure up an image of a fort with the tops of turbans sticking out over the ramparts? A stronghold in the contemporary urban sense isn't what you're thinking it is.
In no way are a "majority of arrivals" in the Richmond Hill area Sikh.
Did anybody in this thread suggest that?
In your other post, you asked "Where's the fear of numbers?" What numbers are you even talking about?
If Sikh immigrants flock to an area and setup roots there, it's a Sikh stronghold. We'd call it a Muslim stronghold if the majority of arrivals were Muslim.
Is this where you get a bit touchy because you're not the physical type that fights back?
Who said it is a "stronghold?"
Just because an area has relatively more Sikhs than other areas, that doesn't mean that Sikhs have large numbers there. Sikhs have tiny numbers everywhere in the US. They are just slightly less tiny in certain areas.