Equality & Inequality
I.J. Singh & Ravinder Singh Taneja
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are immutable God-given rights to each and every one of us. After all, aren’t we the chosen species of God’s handiwork? The American vision treats Equality as a self evident attribute.
Leading Sikh activist discusses U.S. religious liberty
By Caitlin Schudalla
Posted: 03/27/2013 1:54 AM
Rajdeep Singh, director of Law and Policy for the Sikh Coalition in Washington, D.C., was the guest of the OU Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage at a casual luncheon...
Satpal SinghInterfaith Committee of the World Sikh Council
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Vaisakhi: Sikhs Celebrate Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
As I write this, the airwaves are abuzz with the trembling and choking voice of a Libyan woman, who is putting her life at...
February 26, 2011
How the Arabs Turned Shame Into Liberty
By FOUAD AJAMI - THE NEW YORK TIMES
PERHAPS this Arab Revolution of 2011 had a scent for the geography of grief and cruelty. It erupted in Tunisia, made its way eastward to Egypt, Yemen and Bahrain, then doubled back to Libya. In...
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Sikh-Americans and Religious Liberty
Thursday, December 3, 2009
With their distinctive appearance and religious practices, Sikh-Americans often find themselves at the center of workplace discrimination cases and other controversies involving their religious rights...
Lawyers will be arguing for a long time about the practical effect of this week's Supreme Court decisions in two cases related to the public display of the Ten Commandments.
In Mas Mas Kar Moorakh Jhagre, Gurbakhsh Singh Kala Afghana has pointed out how Bhai Randhir Singh has taken the liberty to misinterpret Gurbani to prove that non-vegetarian diet is sinful.1 Guru Nanak’s counsel against the debate over diet was simple and something else, however. Addressing a...