A "Sikh Samaritan" who disregarded religious tradition and removed his turban to cradle the head of a five-year-old boy hit by a car has received new furniture from a New Zealand business owner as reward for his kind act.
A Sikh student from India studying in New Zealand is being hailed around the world as a hero after he ignored religious rule and strict tradition to help a little boy hit by a car. He removed his turban and used it to support the boy's bleeding head.
Pope Benedict XVI will visit the U.S. next month to meet with other religious leaders to show commitment to peace. Sikhs will not participate because the Feds have refused to give them permission to wear their ceremonial dagger.