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The Idea, Context, Framing And Realities Of ‘Sikh Radicalisation’ In Britain: Full Report

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I read this 'report' and it is funny how his opinions are weighted in the Sian and Hundal camps ...why are these admitted non-sikhs given any consideration in terms of their opinions of sikh matters ? 

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3 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

I read this 'report' and it is funny how his opinions are weighted in the Sian and Hundal camps ...why are these admitted non-sikhs given any consideration in terms of their opinions of sikh matters ? 

It seems it is because this is a University based "research"

Both Hundal and Sian are both "University lecturers". One is a sociology lecturer at York and the other is a journalism lecturer at Kingston.

 

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