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    USA Son Of Slain Sikh Leader To Challenge US Representative Paul "Tea Party" Ryan In Wisconsin

    Son of slain Sikh leader to challenge ex-VP candidate Ryan for Wis. US http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/10/14/apnewsbreak-son-slain-sikh-leader-to-challenge-ex-vp-candidate-ryan-for-wis-us/ :interestedmunda: MILWAUKEE – The son of a slain Sikh temple president plans to challenge U.S...
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    Islam Representative King And The "Prislam" Hearing

    Rep. King and the “Prislam” Hearing by Sheila Musaji Prior to todays Threat of Muslim American Radicalization in American Prisons hearing, over 50 civil rights, faith based, Muslim, Arab, South Asian, Sikh and civic organizations, led by Muslim Advocates, came together and sent a clear...
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    Opinion Representative King's Hearings: Lessons Forgotten (The Hill's Congress Blog)

    Rep. King's hearings: Lessons forgotten By Floyd Mori and Deepa Iyer - 03/10/11 02:31 PM ET Today, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) convenes a Congressional hearing on ‘radicalization’ within the American Muslim community. It is crucial for Americans of all races and religions to ensure that our...
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    SALDEF SALDEF Honors Civil Rights Leader And Oregon State Representative

    SALDEF Honors Civil Rights Leader and Oregon State Representative SALDEF is pleased to announce the first two awardees to be recognized at the 2010 SALDEF National Gala to be held in Washington D.C. on October 16, 2010. We will honor Mr. Wade Henderson of the Leadership Conference on Civil...
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    President Obama’ Representative Assures Sikhs That They Have An Access To The White H

    Guru Gobind Singh Foundation 13814 Travilah Road, Rockville, Maryland 20850 www.ggsfusa.com Press Release For Immediate Release President Obama’ Representative assures Sikhs that they have an access to the White House Washington, October 7, 2009: Paul Monteiro, Religious...