It turns out that the Montclair State University student who fabricated a claim that he was beaten and called an “Islamic terrorist” is apparently a Sikh. His full name is Navjoat Singh Aulakh. “Singh” is a name closely associated with Sikhs. The Aulakhs are a Jat clan from the Punjab area, and while many Jats are Muslims, the name Singh here suggests that this young man is himself a Sikh. His Facebook page gives no sign that he cares about much of anything but sports and babes, but apparently he does have some significant political concerns. If he is a Sikh, this would by no means be the first time that Sikhs have served as useful idiots for the Islamic supremacist victimhood posturing enterprise. After all, today is the day that Sikhs will stand with Hamas-linked CAIR to call for the allowance of hijabs on an amusement park go-kart ride that has already seen one Muslima killed as her hijab was caught in the axle. But some Sikhs also have shown more courage and common sense: Bhupinder Singh Bhurji, Chairman and CEO of Namdhari Sikh Foundation and a Sikh priest, gave an invocation at our AFDI/SIOA Freedom Rally at Ground Zero on September 11, 2011.
“School Officials: Montclair State Student Who Claimed He Was Beaten, Called ‘Islamic Terrorist’ Made It Up,” CBS New York, April 28, 2014 (thanks to Martin):
MONTCLAIR, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) – Montclair State University officials have announced a student is facing charges for fabricating a story about being assaulted outside a residence hall by assailants who used racial slurs.
Navjoat Aulakh, 18, of Carteret was charged with filing a false report and also will face a count of creating a false public alarm, school officials said.
Aulakh had claimed three white men called him an “Islamic terrorist” while they beat him outside Whitman Hall on Thursday night.
The report spurred school officials to issue an alert to students and staff, but further investigation determined the report was unfounded.
School officials are still investigating the motivation for the false report. A source told WCBS 880′s Jim Smith it was a bad decision by a teenager.