Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Sisters Wake Up!

My sisters we are Sikhi's worst enemies
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> >>I am a 25 year old Punjabi woman; I would like to share important
> >>and devastating experiences of my life with my younger sisters. All
> >>I hope is that my sisters don, t make the same mistakes as me and
> >>my friends. I was brought up in a fairly religious family, my
> >>brother kept a turban. I went out with a few Punjabi boys when I
> >>was in school, but they were all the same all they used to do was
> >>chat about cars, drink at lunchtime and get bullied by the pakis.
> >>All my other friends used to go out with pakis and they used to
> >>tell me film stuff how Abdul beat up this boy, he took me there,
> >>here and so on... All my boyfriend did was get his turban knocked
> >>off and walked me home in different directions to avoid his
> >>enemies. So I got bored and dumped him. When I went to college I
> >>was introduced by my friend to a boy called sheraz khan. At first
> >>he was a girls dream come true nice, polite, and respectful any
> >>girl would have fell in love with him. I started missing lessons
> >>and used to go to park with him and his friends. I stared smoking
> >>and drinking as he used to buy it for me. I lost my virginity to
> >>him. After about two years when I was 19, I was at his flat I loved
> >>him and wanted to marry him. So I said to him "you have a flat, I
> >>love you and want to marry you I don't care if I have to leave
> >>home." I expected him to say it's about time you asked, but I was
> >>in the shock of my life, he said "you Sikh you thought I was
> >>going to marry a kaffir who has had sex b4 marriage, I, m going to
> >>marry a pure girl from back home you were just a thing on the side
> >>to get me by" I started crying and went for the front door but one
> >>of his mates stopped me, there was about 5 of them. Then sheraz
> >>said "you can't leave that easy you owe me I've spent so much money
> >>on drugs, drink and shopping for you" Then they all gang raped me.
> >>I had no where to go I couldn't tell the police because I didn't
> >>want my family to find out, because if they disowned me I would
> >>have no where to go. My brother was scared of sheraz and his crew.
> >>They used to knock his turban off in school he couldn't do nothing
> >>then and I knew he still feared them no matter what they had done.
> >>My best friend who was going out with a paki suffered more than me.
> >>The pakis drugged her up and gang raped her. The last words she
> >>could remember before the drugs hit her was 2 boys saying "Big Ali
> >>is going to pay us £2000 if we can send this Sikh slag to Pakistan
> >>for prostitution". When she regained conscience she somehow managed
> >>to phone me, but the call got cut off when she was caught by one o
> >>the pakis (I have never heard from her or seen her again). There
> >>are so many Punjabi girls in the same situation who have no where
> >>to go and have had to stay with the pakis and live in dishonour for
> >>their survival. They have no other choice this is a growing problem
> >>within British Punjabi families. There is no support from the
> >>community and no one shows mercy. The Punjabi boys should defend
> >>themselves and their sisters with more honour and dignity. That
> >>will stop them looking like Pu**ys and make girls like them more,
> >>because a girl wants a man that can look after himself. This
> >>problem is a reality; make sure it doesn't't happen to you. If the
> >>Punjabi community doesn't deal with these kinds of problems the
> >>consequences are going to be devastating. A GOOD SOLUTION WOULD BE
> >>A PUNJABI COMMUNITY ADVICE CENTRE IN EACH AREA THAT WILL HELP GIRLS
> >>LIKE ME GET SUPPORT AND COMFORT.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>I ATTEND TO REMAIN ANOMUNOUS AFTER DEEP CONSIDERATION FOR TIME
> >>BEING FOR THE BEST. HOWEVER IF IN THE FUTURE I HAVE DO COME FORWARD
> >>I WILL NOT BE ASHAMED BECAUSE LIFE IS A LESSON. HUMANS MAKE
> >>MISTAKSES. PLEASE SISTERS DON'T BECOME PUNJABIS WORST ENEMIES
> >>12/02/03

4 comments:

Hari Singh said...

What a sad, sad, story! I am sorry that you had to actually go thro the experience to learn such a painful lesson. I hope with God's help you will find a focus in life and that by airing your experience, you will be successful at stopping others from entering into such futile relationships.

samar said...

Sat Sri Akaal!
Your description has shaken me.Even made me uncomfortable.I cant even comprehend your pain,i know.But i tell you what,dont equate a turban wearing punjabi to SIKH.

UK's in a sorry state if its the way you descripted.I wonder what does the present genx regret and what inspires them(??),they have the bravest (sikh)history steeped in blood and sacrifice,an all surpassing and elevating philosophy.
Naam chit aave.

Sikh Alert said...

This is one story of many. It is happening in Universities across UK from what we have been told.

Anonymous said...

Don't call yourself a sikh if you don't know the meaning of sikh. Every Sikh know how wrong it is with relations before marriage. And if you were a real sikh you should know that Guru Gobind Singh ji gave girls same right as guys. There isn't any thing called khalsi Guru Gobind Singh called everyone for khalsa. This is a huge problem that people who don't know what a sikh is call themselve sikh and ruin the sikh reputation. you guys should be ashamed for destroying the reputation of Guru Nanak. This wasnt what we were taught we dont run away from home. we deal with the cricumstances we have. if you have hope and faith in Guru Sahib then you wont even step out of your house. you will get everything by sitting in your house. i'm sorry to hear what you been thru but dont relate yourself to sikh's. thanks.