The Sikh religion teaches the Sikh dharma: the path of self-knowledge and self-realisation.
Its practitioners seek to make the universe work for them and the universe for them, and its followers seek to become their own Guru.
This is the essence of Sikhism.
But many Sikhs, especially those who identify as Sikhs in America, have been subject to a range of harassment and intimidation, both verbal and physical, in recent years.
They have been the target of online harassment, stalking, death threats and threats of violence.
The number of such incidents has increased significantly in recent months, as some Sikh groups have felt the pressure to distance themselves from some of their most prominent figures and leaders.
And that pressure has intensified over the last year, with some groups claiming that the police are acting against them.
A recent spate of incidents that include the murder of two American men in Virginia, the murder and stabbing of two Sikh men in California and the murder in Minnesota of two brothers in Minnesota, have drawn attention to the dangers that Sikhism poses to its adherents.
A recent spate of incidents in the US that include the murder of two Sikh men in California and the murder and stabbing of two brothers in Minnesota.
One of the men, Nasir Akbaruddin, was the subject of a viral video that circulated online and prompted an outpouring of support.
In the video, which shows Akbarvin speaking about his father, the former Indian diplomat, and his mother, the video shows the two men standing outside the family home of a relative, who is said to be a Sikh.
Akbarvins mother can be heard saying that the video was taken after she was attacked and beaten by a man outside of her home in a car, with Akbarvas father in the passenger seat.
Akbars father later discharged his son, but the video showed him leaving the house with Akbas body, according to the video.
The video has been shared more than 2,500 times and has been viewed nearly 15 million times, according to Sikhs Across America.
Sgt. Michael Virdan Singh, a police spokesperson in Fort Worth, Texas, has said that the video was taken by a private citizen who posted it on Facebook.
“The victim of this video is not affiliated with any particular religious organisation, community or group,” Singh told CNN in an email.
“The victim is a Sikh man, and he was attacked for doing nothing wrong.”
But according to Sikh community leaders, Akbarbin, and others, have experienced the same harassment that many Americans have experienced in recent days.
“We are in a war against hate,” says Sakta Dhillon, a Sikh American community leader in Texas.
“And I think that this war is very much against us.
I’m afraid of what we are facing right now, and I’m really worried about what’s going to happen to our community.
The Sikh community in the US has been under a lot of pressure lately, and they are feeling the pressure of being vilified and being attacked.
There have been multiple incidents, including the murder last month of Akbarbin’s father and the stabbing of his brother, which was a hate crime.
Dhillon says that Sikhs have experienced racial profiling, harassment, and threats.
In February, Dhillons mother was attacked at her home in Washington and stabbed.
The Sikh community is trying to raise money to pay for her funeral, but she says that she will not go to the event because of the threat she is receiving.
Krishna Bhagat Singh, another Sikh leader in Texas has called on the Sikh community to fight back against the racist, sexist, and xenophobic behavior.
He told Sickipedia that he and other leaders are not targeting Sikhs directly.
But, he says, if people are saying things like, ‘If I’m going to kill you, why can’t you kill me?’ that’s a very clear sign that you’re not going to get anywhere.
If you’re going to fight racism, you’re gonna fight the same kind of discrimination and racism that the American people are facing.
When I talk to people, I tell them that it’s the same.
We’re trying to fight for the same things that everyone else is fighting for.
These kinds of issues have been exploded and spread to other parts of the country.
In Texas, a mob of over 30 white men and women stormed a local Sikh temple and torched it.
This mob slammed the Sukhas temple to the ground and set it on fire, killing three Sikkhas and wounding another two