Gursant Singh Khalsa a member of the Sikh faith is interviewed by Kate Delaney on America Tonight radio
In this interview Kate talks with Gursant Singh about his new book “Confessions of an American Sikh” and why he converted from Christianity to the Sikh faith. They also cover some of the issues facing Sikhs in America today like discrimination from the US Army and how to stop crazy gunman who are misidentifying Sikhs as Taliban or terrorists like Wade Michael Page did when he shot and killed six Sikhs in Wisconsin. Gursant Singh gave his opinion on how all Americans should have training with firearms and encourage youngsters to join NRA shooting clubs in order to learn safety and respect for rifles and handguns. This interview will air sometime between 9pm – 1am Pacific & Midnight to 4am Eastern http://www.americatonight.net/
In Gursant Singh’s new book you’ll learn about his history with self defense, rifles, handguns, the NRA & why he converted to the Sikh faith which has a warrior tradition. Read “Confessions of an American Sikh” by Gursant Singh now available (Kindle Edition only 0.99 cents) & Paperback for more details:
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