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Rohingya crisis: Sikh volunteers reach Bangladesh-Myanmar border to provide langar to refugees

Speaking to The Indian Express over phone, Amarpreet Singh, managing director, Khalsa Aid, India who has reached Teknaf, a border town in Bangladesh where the refugees are living in the camps, said that condition at the border was “miserable to say the least”.

The Canadian politician who could teach Americans a lesson in love

He calmly and sincerely told the heckler, "we welcome you. We love you. We support you." "Everyone in this room loves you ... this room is filled with people who are loving," he soon added. The crowd then applauded in support. Faced with this showing of love, the heckler eventually stormed out.

Jagmeet Singh, NDP Leadership Hopeful, Masterfully Handles Heckler At Brampton Event

Things get a bit more tense as the woman starts pointing her finger at Singh and yelling. Again, most of what she is saying is drowned out by the audience's chanting. "We welcome you. We love you. We support you, and we love you," Singh tells her.

Barcelona terror attack: Sikh community rallies to help, gurudwaras offer food and shelter

Gurudwaras in Britain offered food, water and shelter to many tourists who were stranded after the attacks on London Bridge and the Borough Market in June, repeating the community’s widely appreciated help after the May 22 attack in Manchester.