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Remember guys, the Khalsa does not hate any community or religion. In fact the Khalsa doesn't hate ANYONE for that matter. Our fight is against tyrants only, even if they wear the 5 kakaars outwardly.

Anti Hindu people need to read ''The Gallant Defender'' wherein a HINDU exmagistrate vocally takes the Sikh side in describing the events around 1984. Painting everyone in a community with the same brush is the mark of an ignorant fool.

Exceptions are always there.

this dosnt apply when your father is guru gobind singh ji and when your grandfather gave his life to protect the the same community from extinction that you seem to hate.

Brilliant posts Singho

I think this shabad says it all

pRBwqI ]

prabhaathee ||

Prabhaatee:

Avil Alh nUru aupwieAw kudriq ky sB bMdy ]

aval aleh noor oupaaeiaa kudharath kae sabh ba(n)dhae ||

First, Allah created the Light; then, by His Creative Power, He made all mortal beings.

eyk nUr qy sBu jgu aupijAw kaun Bly ko mMdy ]1]

eaek noor thae sabh jag oupajiaa koun bhalae ko ma(n)dhae ||1||

From the One Light, the entire universe welled up. So who is good, and who is bad? ||1||

logw Brim n BUlhu BweI ]

logaa bharam n bhoolahu bhaaee ||

O people, O Siblings of Destiny, do not wander deluded by doubt.

Kwilku Klk Klk mih Kwilku pUir rihE sRb TWeI ]1] rhwau ]

khaalik khalak khalak mehi khaalik poor rehiou srab t(h)aa(n)ee ||1|| rehaao ||

The Creation is in the Creator, and the Creator is in the Creation, totally pervading and permeating all places. ||1||Pause||

mwtI eyk Anyk BWiq kir swjI swjnhwrY ]

maattee eaek anaek bhaa(n)th kar saajee saajanehaarai ||

The clay is the same, but the Fashioner has fashioned it in various ways.

nw kCu poc mwtI ky BWfy nw kCu poc kuMBwrY ]2]

naa kashh poch maattee kae bhaa(n)ddae naa kashh poch ku(n)bhaarai ||2||

There is nothing wrong with the pot of clay - there is nothing wrong with the Potter. ||2||

sB mih scw eyko soeI iqs kw kIAw sBu kCu hoeI ]

sabh mehi sachaa eaeko soee this kaa keeaa sabh kashh hoee ||

The One True Lord abides in all; by His making, everything is made.

hukmu pCwnY su eyko jwnY bMdw khIAY soeI ]3]

hukam pashhaanai s eaeko jaanai ba(n)dhaa keheeai soee ||3||

Whoever realizes the Hukam of His Command, knows the One Lord. He alone is said to be the Lord's slave. ||3||

Alhu AlKu n jweI liKAw guir guVu dInw mITw ]

alahu alakh n jaaee lakhiaa gur gurr dheenaa meet(h)aa ||

The Lord Allah is Unseen; He cannot be seen. The Guru has blessed me with this sweet molasses.

kih kbIr myrI sMkw nwsI srb inrMjnu fITw ]4]3]

kehi kabeer maeree sa(n)kaa naasee sarab nira(n)jan ddeet(h)aa ||4||3||

Says Kabeer, my anxiety and fear have been taken away; I see the Immaculate Lord pervading everywhere. ||4||3||

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Sunsingh said :

Anti Hindu people need to read ''The Gallant Defender'' wherein a HINDU exmagistrate vocally takes the Sikh side in describing the events around 1984. Painting everyone in a community with the same brush is the mark of an ignorant fool.

babbarsher said :

if we started hating them coz they hate us then whats the difference between us and them? its like saying since some whites mistake us for arabs we should mistake all whites for racists....sounds stupid dosnt it?

Mehtab Singh, said:

Remember guys, the Khalsa does not hate any community or religion. In fact the Khalsa doesn't hate ANYONE for that matter. Our fight is against tyrants only, even if they wear the 5 kakaars outwardly.

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I agree!

As for Harmandeal, its ignorant idiots like u who give us all a bad name. Can u provide an Evidence fro your outlandish, stupid comments?

Please read what the granh sahib ji has to say about ram chander, it shows respect to him, and you are insulting our gurus by saying such things.

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its not hate its political awareness.sikh cant be victims of gay ram chander and his clan all the time.

Rama and all Hindu God and Goddess are imaginary characters they never existed. Waris Shah wrote Heer Ranjha does it mean Heer Ranjha existed ?

NO. Same can be said for Balmiki Ramayan . Rama never existed.

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Then why ahd bhagat Trilochan written about Ram Chander in the Granth sahib ji, and also abotu Laxman, Ravan and Hanuman on page 695?

Why have our gurus written about him in the granth sahib?

Its a famous story , whats wrong in writing about it.

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