Saturday, 16 June 2007

Panjabi Sikh Youth anti-Extremism Rally 9th June 2007


The chants of Panjabi-Sikh youth through the streets of Birmingham

Sarabha Panjab News

15th june 2007

British Panjabi-Sikh youth took to the streets of Birmingham demanding police protection from Islamic extremism.

Protesters chanted and held up placards as they marched from Soho Road, in Handsworth, to West Midlands Police headquarters at Lloyd House.

Their demands - greater police protection from Islamic extremists who targeted Sikh youth at Schools, colleges and Universities and a ban on unregulated and unauthorised preachers that groom and brainwash youth in British institutions.

One protestor present said, “This has been happening for years, groups of men stand outside schools and colleges harassing girls and guys of other faiths”

“We don’t want our schools and colleges turned into extremist religious conversion camps, the police must monitor who is preaching and what they are preaching”

The rally was sparked amongst fears that a young Sikh girl from West Bromwich was actively targeted and "groomed" over a period of 2 yrs and her disappearance was orchestrated and assisted by a gang of extremist men.

Protest Handouts - Click to enlarge


Anonymous said...

Well done the Sikhs!!!

Sandeep said...

I am glad that Sikhs are now taking a more aggressive stance.

The days when the Sher- e- Punjab used to deal with such incidents are gone as they, themselves, have become drugs gangs.

We should continue targeting these Muslims and use physical force if necessary.

Anonymous said...

i was there

Martin said...

Good Job! :)

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.