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Mournings Over The Death of the Six Sikh Worshippers at Wisconsin Gurdwara
Everyone is mourning the death of the six Sikh worshippers at a Wisconsin Gurdwara in Washington. This event is being described as sad and ugly. Hundreds of people, Indian –American in particular got together to protest against and to mourn the sad killing of the Sikh worshippers at a Wisconsin Gurdwara. People are showing their anger against this rude killing in every way that they can.
Often certain things shake people well and bring them together whosoever they are. Be it Manhattan in New York City, the Lafayette Square Park in front of the White House in Washington or places like Boston, Chicago and San Francisco, people are protesting everywhere. Candle marches and are going on across the country in different states, schools and places. We can see people displaying pictures of the six worshippers shot dead by a lone gunman at the Oak Creek Gurdwara on Sunday.
August 08 was observed as a National Day of Remembrance and Solidarity. Everyone condemned the indiscriminate firing against the six people at the Oak Creek Gurdwara. People marched ahead holding candles. Everyone wore T-shirts which had various slogans written, “We are all Sikhs. Oak Creek Wisconsin”. People carried different banners and posters that read “We are all one,” “We are American, we are Sikh, we are one” and “Proud to be a Sikh.”
This brutal killing has left a very strong impact on everyone. People in the States vowed to come together as a stronger community. This day would certainly be remembered as a very ugly day in the history of America. People also said that the community which was affected the most post 9/11 was the Sikh community. The Sikh community is being targeted over and over again post 9/11 which is only leading to suffering. The only reason for all this is ignorance and nothing else.
We only hope that nothing of this sort happens again. This was a very brutal event that took place. All we say is Peace!