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  1. On 12/6/2019 at 4:21 AM, Akalifauj said:

    And you have not provided info to say there should have been more or less Gurus.  What you provided was atheist views.  So you were seen and continue to be seen as one because you refuse to recognize and accept Gurbani and Gurus for who they are.  No one is an atheist for asking questions,  it's the views you expressed here that make you one.

    It was a simple question. I think you need to rethink your liberal use of ‘atheist’

    where did I refuse to recognise and accept the Gurus and Gurbani - tell me? 


  2. 1 hour ago, Dsinghdp said:

    They praise their Muslim lands yet choose to live in the west.

    They live in ghettos and don’t integrate because of Islam.

    You could say similar about Sikhs in UK (to a lesser extent) living in ghettos and not ‘integrating’

    if there were no Muslims, possibly Sikhs or    Jews would be ‘the enemy’ in the UK


  3. Hoping for some helpful advice.

    A client at work is a mid 60's white British female. She is a member of Women's Institute. She says her group have a great interest in learning about history and religions.

    They are based across different parts of London mainly in this group. She asked for my advice on which would be a good Gurdwara for them to visit in London?

    I am thinking Shepherd's Bush is easy to reach via public transport. Southall and ones in East London maybe less so (and possibly would not be as nice to travel to).

    They would like to have a tour and I guess, someone who speaks well in English to help educate them about Sikhi. I have advised they would be able to eat free langar when she mentioned food.

    Otherwise, would it cost anything (they would be okay to pay a small fee if needed) for a tour/visit?

    Also, it would probably be most useful for them to have a female Sikh tour (who looks religious) as she mentioned she had misconceptions about Sikhs being 'only men'?

    Can anyone advise ? Thanks


  4. 42 minutes ago, puzzled said:

    I don't understand how Islam flows from the previous faiths. Jesus abolished punishments like stoning to death, animal sacrifice, circumcision etc  then islam came and incorporated all these things back again and went back to square one. 

    Imo  real christianity is the mystical gnostic teachings which the early church fathers got rid off because they didnt give them any power or give the church any power. 

    Same with islam  sufism is pure form of islam   not this radical bs that you see these days.  

    Aurangzeb executed many sufis. 

    Do you think also that all the negative things we hear about the Prophet in Islam are maybe untrue?


  5. On 11/18/2019 at 2:35 AM, Akalifauj said:

    The comparison is wrong as others have said.  Also Gurbani says there is only one Guru who is Akal Purakh himself.  Maybe read Gurbani and your mind will not travel into atheist thinking.  

     

    Why is the comparison wrong? 

    I am not asking this question as atheist, I am just wondering if there was any reason we had so many Gurus?


  6. Today programme presenter has expressed his regret over Sikh peer’s decision to quit Thought For The Day over 'thought police' row. 

    Lord Singh announced he was quitting Thought for the Day after 35 years to protest the BBC trying to prevent him from broadcasting an item commemorating an executed Sikh Guru for fear that it “might offend Muslims".

    The script, which was broadcast last November, did not criticise Islam and did not recieve any complaints for discussing the Sikh guru, who had spoken out about Hindus being forced to convert to Islam under the 17th century Mughal emperors of India.

    Speaking on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4 yesterday morning, presenter Justin Webb called the news of Indarjit Singh’s departure “rather sad”. 

    Indarjit Singh has accused the BBC of “prejudice and intolerance”.  

    "It was like saying to a christian that he or she should not talk about Easter for fear of giving offence to the Jews," he told the Times. 

    Lord Singh made an official complaint about the incident, saying it was not the first time he had been prevented from discussing subjects important to Sikhs. 

    James Purnell, the corporation's director of radio, ordered a review, which rejected the complaint. 

     

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/10/04/today-presenter-expresses-regret-sikh-peers-decision-quit-thought/]

     

    Good for him to speak out!


  7. 3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

    The only thing Dhesi has made a name for recently is complaining about Boris Johnson's comments on nikabs (that whole black outfit sulliyan wear), sod all else as of yet. 

    I don't know why he bothered calling Boris 'racist' over this, Boris is a descendent of a turk sullah himself???

    Corbyn probably pushed Dhesi to open his mouth. Has this guy got any will of his own? Like there aren't enough sullay politicians to fight their own battles without this guy jumping in......

    Probably wants to further his political ambitions like getting a cabinet job 


  8. 17 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

    Interesting. I have hear jitsu is good ground work. I have done some karate and liked some moves. 

    But looking fir something that will be good in a street fight scenario. 

    My current daily regime

    100 push ups

    80 sit ups

    40 pull ups

    jog 1 mile a day

     

     

    That's impressive

    11 hours ago, Redoptics said:

    Brazilian 

    I'd also incorporate some hitt, stuff like :-

    Burpees

    Jumping Jack's

    Mountain Climbers

    Lunges 

    Aim to do the exercise for 1 min rest for 1 min 20 secs but complete all the exercises in 1 round.

    Brazilian ju jitsu is used a lot in mma 

    Why do you recommend HIIT?

    Thanks


  9. 12 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

    SOPW , Ecosikh and all the sikh NGOs are doing their best to help , AKJ singhs and Akal Takht panj piarey also in the pinds doing sewa . This was not a natural disaster , but a calculated act by the home minister to release water from Bhakra Dam knowing full well the devastation it would cause . Bascially they can store enough water behind the dam to flood half of Punjab's land mass. They withhold water we are parched , they flood us and our lands are ruined  the two states of river water are extreme on purpose to torture us.

    What’s your source for this being planned? 


  10. 18 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

     . The false narratve that Amritpal Singh had taken a steak knife to Bullman was spun by the incompetent and uncaring hotel staff to try and justify themselves not getting involved.

    Is this your opinion? If so, why do you think hotel staff would not care?

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