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A Sikh college student from New York said Monday he is excited about a federal court decision that will permit him to enroll in the US Army’s reserve officer training corps without shaving his beard, cutting his hair or removing his turban.
US district court judge Amy Berman Jackson issued the ruling Friday in Washington DC, saying 20-year-old Iknoor Singh’s adherence to his religious beliefs would not diminish his ability to serve in the military.
Singh, who will be a junior next fall studying finance and business analytics at Hofstra University on Long Island, said he has had a lifelong interest in public service.
Sikhism, a 500-year-old religion founded in India, requires its male followers to wear a turban and beard and keep their hair uncut.
Under a policy announced last year, troops can seek waivers on a case-by-case basis to wear religious clothing, seek prayer time or engage in religious practices.
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