PM Trudeau’s security report of India trip, Columbia U’s Sikh adviser | Ep 27 Week of Dec 13 2018
Summary of podcast:
Early last week a special security report by the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s trip to India earlier this year was released. It raised many troubling questions about foreign interference, particularly with respect to the reputation of the Sikh community in Canada and unfounded allegations of Sikh extremism.
The report examined three issues: allegations of foreign interference related to the Prime Minister’s visit; security issues around Canadian events in India; and a briefing to journalists given by the government’s national security adviser.
Educator and activist Simran Jeet Singh, has been appointed as Columbia’s first-ever Sikh Religious Life Adviser.
Singh will join Columbia’s 15 other Religious Life Advisers, clergy and spiritual advisers that oversee Columbia’s various faith groups.
Simran will provide Sikh students with direct spiritual counseling and organized programming.
Last weekend the Khalsa Care Foundation in Pacoima gave away 10,000 pounds of food, $35,000 worth of clothes and many toys to more than 700 families in the area. In a community event which the gurdwara donated food toys, and clothes.
At an event taking place at the Sikh Gurdwara – in Pacoima.
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