Want to know some dead Sikhs?
Reaction from neo-Nazi Vanguard News, "You don’t belong here in the country my ancestors fought to found, and deeded to me and mine, their posterity. Even if you came here legally, and even if you haven’t done anything wrong personally. Go home, Sikhs. Go home to India where you belong. This is not your country, it belongs to white men.”
Nazi asshole shoots Sikhs in their church in Wisconsin; he was probably too dense to even know that they aren't Muslims... last year in Sacramento, two Sikh men were shot and one died because they believed that they were mistaken for Muslims. So weird, fundamentalists (MY BOOK SEZ YOU ARE FUCKED) suck, but these morons kill thinking in their deranged minds they are avenging 9/11 somehow, and they kill the wrong people.
Low life scum burn a mosque in Joplin. The only good news is that the local churches (and I'm afraid that the Baptists aren't part of this effort, tho hopefully I'm wrong) are putting on a dinner, an "iftar," a meal to break a fast during Ramadan. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...n_1757933.html
Here's a little bit of the dead. They were members of families, had lovers and children and grandchildren, they were decent humans slaughtered by hatred:
Paramjit Kaur, 41
The only woman killed in the attack on the temple, Kaur was the mother of two sons, ages 18 and 20. Kaur and her husband immigrated from India’s Punjab region about five years ago. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported that she lived in Oak Creek and worked at BD Medical Systems, a factory that makes medical instruments and reagents.
The Associated Press reported that friends described her as outspoken and sweet and devoted to her faith and family. She worked long hours at the factory — often 11 hours a day, 6 days a week — to provide for her family.
Manpreet Kaur, no relation, said that when she gave birth to her son this year, Kaur would visit her in the hospital after she got off work. Kaur would bring food for the new mother.
“She always knew what I needed and would bring it for me,” Manpreet Kaur told the AP.