British Sikh woman jailed for harassing Hindu ex-boyfriend with beef


A British Sikh woman was handed down a two- year suspended jail term by a UK court for launching a campaign of racist abuse and harassment against her Hindu ex-boyfriend and his family over a period of five years, including posting beef through their door as an attack on their faith. Amandeep Mudhar had pleaded guilty to racially aggravated harassment and was handed down a two-year sentence at Swindon Crown Court in south-west England on Tuesday. “Most people from religious backgrounds seek to find a common ground on what they share, be it a faith in god or human nature.…

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