A Feast for the Lambs by Jessi Thind
In the aftermath of the attack of the Golden Temple and the assassination of the Indian Prime Minister, government officials openly incited, inspired, and assisted mobs in murdering Sikhs all across India. A FEAST FOR LAMBS is a powerful and tragic story based on true events seen through the eyes of a seven-year-old boy as his parents attempt to save him from the killing crews sent into the Trilokpuri colony. For three days straight the crews barricaded and slaughtered Sikhs within the colony without police or military intervention. During these endless days of slaughter and unspeakable terror in India’s capital, the boy’s parents discover the power of love, faith and supreme sacrifice.
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