Peshawar Sikhs highlighted in TIME magazine

Sikhs have often been minorities in countries where followers have formed close-knit communities. This has meant they have had to fight battles for their rights. This is reflected in the cases that UNITED SIKHS takes on such as the recent release of Bharpoor Singh from Japanese immigration detention and the granting of Canadian asylum of a Sikh woman and her daughter after her husband was brutally killed two years ago by a group suspected to be the Taliban, near Peshawar.

Please read more about this issue in this recent article in TIME magazine about the “tiny and embattled” Sikh community in Pakistan:

http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2032514,00.html

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