Wednesday, 30 May 2007

1984 Holocaust

Panjabi-Sikh Nation Remembers Victims & Pays homage to Martyrs

30 May 2007
Sarabha Panjab News

3rd June 1984, the Indian Army invaded the most sacred of all Sikh shrines, Sri Harmandir Sahib (The Golden Temple).

The destruction and loss of life marked the darkest chapter in Sikh history this century. This event marked a critical turning point for all Sikhs around the world as it made them realise that they could not take the existence of their religion for granted.

Sikhs around the world remember it as their very own 9/11, their worst trauma in modern history.

It was an attempt to exterminate so-called “militants”, said the Indian authorities. But the costs were enormous. Thousands of people were killed in and around the temple; many of the dead were innocent bystanders and pilgrims, rather than militants.

For the Panjabi-Sikh Nation it was a heinous defilement of their most sacred site and the slaughter of hundreds of innocent pilgrims.

Sarabha Panjab:

Across Panjab hundreds of Sikhs were murdered in the army operation and 42 other Gurdwara were raided simultaneously as Sri Harmandar Sahib was attacked.

Codenamed ‘Operation Bluestar’ was a premeditated, calculated attempt by the ruling far-right congress government to destroy the soul, spirit and confidence of the Sikh race.

23 years on…The scars still exist.. The pain is still raw…

But the spirit of the Khalsa remains unhindered.

25 million Sikhs around the world, millions of Ardas daily, as we remember those brave men and women who stood against tyranny and died for freedom and justice.

Over time Maps are drawn, Nations are born, until then the struggle for self-determination continues.

Long Live Revolution!
Khalistan Zindabad!

Parnaam Shaheedan Nu

Sant Giani Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale

(Feb 12 1947 - Immortality)

Thursday, 24 May 2007

Muslim terrorist groomed Sikh student

Muslim Terrorist Groomed Sikh Girl at Brunel University

Sarabha Panjab Exclusive Interview!

23 May 2007

Sarabha Panjab News

Five men have been found guilty of plotting to kill hundreds of Britons in an al-Qaeda-linked bomb plot. The international conspiracy included links to the 7 July 2005 London bombings

One of the men was Jawad Akbar, described by the trial judge as having "intelligence and disturbing deviousness".

Akbar lived in Pakistan until the age of eight when his family moved to Italy for two years and then to Crawley where his father worked as a manager for a catering firm.

He was a third-year student at Brunel University in West London where he attended prayer circles which, he said, "send people to fight". He set up a Sunday school at Langley Green mosque in Crawley.

To the outside world Jawad Akbar would have come across as a normal young man of Pakistani origin.

But underneath the veneer, Akbar nursed a burning sense of resentment and hatred towards the society in which he lived.

Akbar bore a deep hatred of non-Muslims, who he referred to by the derogatory term of kuffars or kufs, meaning unbelievers not worthy of protection.

"When we kill the kuf, this is because we know Allah hates the kufs," he told his wife.

Akbar also referred to Tony Blair as being a "dirty kuffar"

The Daily Telegraph: “But he (Jawad Akbar) had a stormy secret relationship with a Sikh girlfriend and was heard telling her: "You will walk towards hellfire and drag me with you."”

Sarabha Panjab Exclusive Interview!

Sarabha Panjab found ex-Brunel University students who had known Jawad Akbar and his Sikh “girlfriend”.

Ex-student Jay,said he had studied alongside Jawad Akbar for a year at Brunel University and was familiar to Jawads Sikh girlfriend.

Sarabha Panjab: Thank you for taking time to talk to us today. We have followed the Old Baily trial, which found 5 men guilty of plotting to kill hundreds of Britons. One of the 5 men is Jawad Akbar.

Sarabha Panjab: Could you please describe his character.

Jay: I knew Jawad to be quite a popular guy, he was usually surrounded by friends and always shaking peoples hands.

One thing that was apparent is that he only really kept Muslim company. Rarely spoke to other students. Me being an Indian, it was always “hi and bye”, he never made more conversation than that.

Sarabha Panjab: Did he ever express his ideology on non-Muslim Students

Jay: Never to me. But I do know his friends and associates often spoke against other faiths to promote their own. I know several occasions when ‘hard line’ Muslim students mocked other faiths, namely Judaism, Hinduism and Sikhism

Sarabha Panjab: Why do you think they mocked other religions?

Jay: I guess it was their way of getting non-Muslims to convert to Islam

Sarabha Panjab: We have been made aware of many Hindu and Sikh students who have been radicalised into Islam at universities. Did you see any evidence of this whilst you studied at Brunel University?

Jay: Yes. I do know Hindu and Sikh guys and girls who have converted to Islam whilst at university.

Sarabha Panjab: Tell us about Jawad Akbars Sikh girlfriend and their relationship

Jay: I knew Miss “K” as friendly out-going girl. It was common knowledge amongst students that their relationship was volatile. I know it had been violent too.

I don’t think he respected her much. His friends would refer to her as ‘Sikhni’ and snigger behind her back. I had heard this myself and found it to be racist.

Sarabha Panjab: According to BBC reports. Jawad and Miss “K” had married and a court order prevents his wife being named as her family and friends still do not know of the marriage. Did you know of this?

Jay: I had no idea

Sarabha Panjab: What do you think made her stay in an abusive relationship with Jawad?

Jay: I really don’t know! It baffles me. I think it may have been a combination of fear of Jawad, and the mind manipulation used by him to scare her into Islam.

End of interview - Thanks to Jay and other ex-students for speaking to Sarabha Panjab News.

Sarabha Panjab:

Yet again we see in mainstream media anther case of Sikh girls used and abused at the hand of fanatic/perverted Pakistai Muslim men.

Miss “K” family members have no idea she is married to a Pakistani Muslim terrorist. It goes to show the immense ‘grooming’ these girls are subjected to.

This is just one case that made mainstream news. Hundreds of such cases are coming to light across the country.

Ask your self why do they target Sikh and Hindu girls?

In Islam, keeping the virginity is the highest asset that a Muslim woman could possess. There is no sin as despicable as that of losing the virginity before a woman is married. For men it is a different story altogether. It is encouraged for unmarried Muslim men to be engaged in sex with Kuffr and infidel women but not with free Muslim women”

As explained by ‘Ali’ an ex-Muslim who witnessed Hate-Preaching at an East London Madrasa.

Surat Al-Nisa 4:3:

“The above mentioned verse also permits the Muslim to have sex with his slave girls, which the Quran call "that which your right hand possess”

Islam allows four wives at the same time and an unlimited number of concubines (mistresses) Emperor Jehangir of India had one wife (Nur Jehan) and 6000 concubines. Concubines are ‘kuffr’ women or girls, strictly used for sex.

‘Al-Taqiyya’ literally means: Concealing or disguising one's beliefs, convictions, ideas or feelings.

It is based on Qur'an verses 3:28 and 16:106 as well as hadith, tafsir literature, and juridical commentaries

“Muslims can apply ‘Al Taqqiya’ to relationships, therefore it is permissible to lie to a woman to persuade her, make her feel good or keep her quiet. It is permissible in Islam that Taqqiya can be used to allow a Muslim to gain any advantage over a Kuffr”

“It allows Muslims to say things like ‘I Love you’, ‘You are so Beautiful’ to form relationships, with the intention to keep them as concubines or convert them down the line”

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In loving memory of Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha

Revolutionist Kartar Singh Sarabha, was just nineteen years old when he became a Shaheed in the name of freedom and justice. He appeared like a storm, ignited the flame of revolution and tried to wake up a sleeping Panjab. Such courage, self-confidence, and dedication is rarely found. Of the Panjabis who can be called revolutionaries in true sense of the word, Kartar Singh's name comes at the top.
Revolution lived in his veins. There was only one aim of his life, only one desire, and only one hope - all that held meaning in his life was revolution.