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Topic - Amardeep Singh
"It's absolutely progress that the military is stating a commitment to protecting religious liberty... However, it's clear that we have a long way to go," said Amardeep Singh, co-founder of the Sikh Coalition, an advocacy group, to the BBC.
"It would have sent a message that we have forgiven this man for his actions," said Amardeep Singh, the son of one victim. "We forgave him because otherwise it would have been a thorn in our side for the rest of our lives."