Sikh girls and women suffered abuse by Islamic men for centuries before it came to British working class towns. The Sikh Awareness Society has been working to help abused girls and their families and to raise public awareness since 1998. And most of them are not cowed by fear of racism.
A senior leader, Mr Mohan Singh was with a small team of volunteers at the Crown Court in Leeds on Friday, expecting to observe from the public gallery the return of the jury and delivery of verdicts in a certain case.
In the video clip attached to this tweet Mr Mohan Singh explains how they obeyed the polite request from court officials to leave the public gallery as the defendants felt intimidated by their presence.
From the article - "...they [these intrepid Sikhs] obeyed the polite request from court officials to leave the public gallery as the [Muslim rapist] defendants felt intimidated by their presence..". The Muslim mobsters felt *intimidated* by the mere presence of a resolute and unfooled group of Sikhs who were sitting there quietly in the public gallery? The Muslim mobsters are afraid of the Sikhs? GOOD.
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