Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Sikh Genocide :: 1984 :: Human Rights

"We Should Feel Sad If Someone Dies of Injustice" - Guru Arjan Dev Ji

Genocide has been defined as the "Deliberate and systematic destruction of a Racial, Political, or cultural group". The Sikhs have experienced three major genocidal massacres from 1764 to 1984.

Here are some sites that provide education, insight, and activism for those of us interested in learning more about our history and taking a stand for what we believe is right. Please let me know if you come across other pertinent sites.



Sikhs Against Genocide: http://www.sikhsagainstgenocide.com/

Sikh Genocide Project: http://www.sikhgenocide.org/index.htm

Ensaaf - Punjab Human Rights: http://www.ensaaf.org/punjabhr.html

Carnage84: http://www.carnage84.com/

The Widow Colony: http://thewidowcolony.com/

1984 / Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_Anti-Sikh_riots

Never Forget 84: http://www.neverforget84.com/

Witness 84: http://www.witness84.com/

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