6th Annual Holocaust and Genocides Reflections
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Sunday, January 27,
Unity Church of Dallas, 6525 Forest Lane, Dallas, TX 75230
Your Questions answered:
THE SIKH GENOCIDE OF 1984
must continuously acknowledge, remember, and reflect upon the inhuman
atrocities misguided powers inflicted upon powerless. A stand for
justice, education and understanding is badly needed. We hope each one
of us would walk out with a commitment to work towards all humanity as
one family, where each one stands for the rights of others to make the
world a safe home for all and a better place for everyone to live.
Indeed, safety of each one of us hinges on the safety of others around
Every year we have reflected on our failings, massacres,
Genocides and Holocaust, this year, we will focus on the Sikh Genocide
of 1984, Dr. Amarjit Singh, will deliver the key note address on the
topic. Mr. Hasan Mahmud will share about the Bangladesh Genocide of
1971, Dr. Petra Weldes will talk about the effects of Stereotyping on
the societies, and Kelly Obazee will reflect on current massacres around
the world. Mike Ghouse will speak about the need to take stand against
oppression of others, and Holocaust continues to be our anchor event.
is a shameless cruelty in our societies because we either shy away or
refuse to acknowledge the sufferings of others, worrying that it will
devalue our own, and or it amounts to infidelity to our own cause. Shame
on us that we justifying massacres by pretending and propagating that
the victims deserved it or asked for it, or we simply turn the face
To paraphrase Sir Edmund Burke, “evil continues to flourish
not necessarily because of evil men, but more so because good men do
nothing about it.”
The human atrocities are pent up frustrations
and unresolved issues that reach a boiling point and explode into
massacres and genocides. As civilized societies, we need to bring a
closure to the issues through forgiveness, apology and restoration of
To all those, who have endured holocaust, genocides,
massacres, annihilation, land mines, hunger, rape, torture, occupation
and inhuman brutality, we say, we are with you, and you are not alone.
The least we can do in the process of healing is to acknowledge every
The sixth annual event is an initiative of the
Foundation for Pluralism, Sikh Gurdwaras of North Texas, America
Together Foundation, and the World Muslim congress.
Dr. Harbans Lal, Event Chair (817) 446-8757- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Ghouse, President (214) 325-1916 - email:MikeGhouse@aol.com
America together foundation, 2665 Villa Creek Dr, Suite 206, Dallas, TX 75234
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