Schepsel schreef:Dat weet ik.
Dhana schreef:In Begië kan je waterkonijn bestellen in de restaurants. Nederlanders gruwelen bij dat idee. Kwestie van cultuurverschil, dunkt me.
Manon schreef:Dhana schreef:In Begië kan je waterkonijn bestellen in de restaurants. Nederlanders gruwelen bij dat idee. Kwestie van cultuurverschil, dunkt me.
dat komt omdat waterkonijn geen rat is hé Dhana. Dat is een beversoort en eet enkel groen, geen afval.
Het is trouwens echt wel lekker. Ware het niet dat mijn ooit-echtgenoot "PIEP" riep toen ik mijn eerste beet nam.
http://www.standaard.be/artikel/detail.aspx?artikelid=DMF20121002_00319199Indiase generaal in Londen neergestoken
Brar was in 1984 als hoge militair betrokken bij de bestorming van de Gouden Tempel in Amritsar, waar zich militante Sikhs verschanst hadden. Deze operatie van het Indiase leger kostte ruim duizend mensen het leven.
http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/muslim-degraded-sikh-employee.24373206Muslim boss who racially abused Sikh employee is told to pay him £18k
Paramjit Singh, a forecourt cleaner at a garage in Greenock, was called a "lazy low-caste Sikh" and forced to repeatedly carry out demeaning tasks.
He was also abused for having a white British wife, with one co-worker saying: "I don't know how you can stay with a white woman. They're not clean and they don't know how to live."
The 39-year-old, of Greenock, successfully sued firm PK Imperial Retail Ltd for unfair dismissal and racial and religious discrimination at a tribunal in Glasgow.
He was awarded £7162 for unfair dismissal and a further £11,108 in compensation under equality legislation.
The judgment detailed one morning in June last year when Mr Hussain asked Mr Singh why he had opened a fresh carton of milk to make a cup of tea.
He told Mr Singh to use milk from another carton which was out of date, while he used the fresh milk.
Mr Hussain then said: "You look homeless. Did your wife throw you out? I don't know how you can stay with a white woman. They're not clean and they don't know how to live. You look homeless."
Mr Singh complained to Mr Riaz, but he simply laughed and said: "That's my family member. You can't do anything."
http://www.volkskrant.nl/buitenland/drie-gewonden-bij-explosie-sikhtempel-in-duitsland~a4283927/Drie gewonden bij explosie sikhtempel in Duitsland
Bij een explosie op een bruiloft in een sikhtempel in Duitsland zijn zaterdag drie gewonden gevallen. De politie gaat uit van opzet en heeft drie mensen gearresteerd.
Volgens de woordvoerder van de lokale politie werd na de ontploffing een gemaskerde persoon opgemerkt die de tempel verliet. De politie gaat uit van een misdaad, maar aanwijzingen dat het om terrorisme gaat zijn er niet. De verdachten worden in de nacht van zaterdag op zondag ondervraagd.
Mahalingam schreef:Het heeft moedwillig geploft in deze Sikh tempel in Essen, Duitsland terwijl er een bruiloft aan de gang was. De volgende "waarom"s kan ik bedenken:
1. Mosilims haten de Sikhs omdat die zich als pseudo-Moslim gedragen.
ESSEN - De bomaanslag op een Sikh-tempel in Essen afgelopen weekeinde blijkt een terreurdaad. Twee zestienjarige verdachten die zijn gearresteerd, hebben volgens de Duitse politie duidelijke banden met kringen van terroristen.
Het gaat om twee verdachten met een islamitische achtergrond. De aanslag werd zaterdag gepleegd na afloop van een Indiase bruiloft. Bij de ingang van de tempel ging een explosief af. Drie mensen raakten gewond, van wie een ernstig.
http://www.thelocal.de/20160421/sikh-temple-bomb-attack-salafists-arrested-policeNews of the attack caused uproar among Sikhs all over the world as new reports, photos and videos were shared online.
The Indian consul-general based in Frankfurt made a special trip to Essen to meet with city authorities.
ARD public television reported that the two youths arrested were well-known to the police for their links to the Salafist scene in the densely populated Rhine-Ruhr region of North Rhine-Westphalia, something Richter refused to confirm at the press conference.
Richter added that there was no evidence so far of a link to the Isis terrorist group, but said police expect to make further arrests in the coming days.
The Nirankari movement began with the reformist teachings of Baba Dyal Singh in the early 19th century. Baba Dyal Singh emphasised the importance of a living guru, while mainstream Sikhism accepted the Sikh scriptures as the final, and current, guru of the faith. This eventually caused a distinction between mainstream Sikhism and the Sant Nirankari mission. In 1929, one segment of the movement led by Baba Buta Singh, now known as the Sant Nirankari Mission, disassociated itself from mainstream Sikhism and became an independent sect.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sant_Nirankari_MissionIn the 1960s, the sudden growth of the Sant Nirankari Mission aroused the ire of fundamentalist Sikhs and led to violent clashes. In 1980, Gurbachan Singh, third chief leader (satguru) of the Mission, was assassinated by Ranjit Singh, a member of the Akhand Kirtani Jatha. The Jatha, shortly before the killing, had been involved in protests against the Sant Nirankaris. There were other violent clashes in 1978.
http://www.ad.nl/ad/nl/1013/Buitenland/article/detail/4301706/2016/05/16/Tienduizenden-rouwen-om-dood-van-Indiase-goeroe.dhtmlTienduizenden rouwen om dood van Indiase goeroe
Tienduizenden mensen hebben maandag in de Indiase hoofdstad New Delhi gerouwd om de dood van het hoofd van de sekte Sant Nirankari Mission, Baba Hardev Singh. De 62-jarige goeroe kwam vrijdag door een auto-ongeluk in Canada om het leven. Maandag werd zijn lichaam naar New Delhi overgebracht.
http://www.thelocal.de/20160602/police-had-tip-offs-about-sikh-temple-bombers'Salafist' Sikh temple bombers were known to police
“The crime could not have been prevented by the authorities,” a report submitted to the state parliament by state interior minister Ralf Jäger stated.
Authorities knew that the teenagers were “radicalized Salafists who might have wanted to commit property crimes like theft and burglary,” Jäger told broadcaster Westdeutsche Rundfunk (WDR).
“But there were no indications that in fact attacks were planned. Of course we know better today, but at the time we couldn't be 100 percent certain.”
Three people were hurt in the attack on April 17th, when a bomb exploded at the Gurdwara Nanaksar temple shortly after a wedding party when dozens of guests had left the building.
Security authorities had had a tip-off from the mother of one of the teens, Tolga I., that he planned to travel to a “Salafist country” and join jihadist fighting, the report states.
Police in Duisburg revoked the suspect's travel papers and interviewed him twice before ordering him to report to an de-radicalization program.
While he claimed to be ready to co-operate, he never appeared at the appointment.
The mother contacted officers with a second warning in March after finding an electric stun gun and suspicious drawings among her son's possessions.
Police asked prosecutors for a warrant to search the teen's home but they rejected the request, saying more evidence was needed - which police were then unable to provide.
A second suspect, Yusuf T., had been reported to authorities by his school after making Islamist statements and behaving aggressively.
While police searched his house in December 2015, they didn't find any evidence that he planned to commit violence.
The school reported a second incident when Yusuf showed a video of an explosion on his phone. Police in Gelsenkirchen acknowledged that they had not done enough to follow up the lead.
https://www.thelocal.de/20170321/teens-sentenced-to-xxx-for-sikh-temple-bomb-attackTeen Islamists given six years' jail for Sikh temple bomb attack
Prosecutors had argued that the three 17-year-olds - who were 16 at the time of the act - had attacked the temple out of radical Islamist motivations to kill “non-believers”. The youth court on Tuesday agreed that their motive had been hate for other religions.
The trial uncovered no evidence of the three having direct contact with terror group Isis.
Two of the three adolescents had set off the bomb in front of the entrance to the temple in April of last year, and were thus found guilty of attempted murder. One of the two was sentenced to seven years in youth detention, while the other received a sentence of six years and nine months.
The third was found guilty of conspiring to murder for participating in the planning and preparation of the attack, and was sentenced to six years in youth detention.
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