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Shooting followers is going to turn them into shaheeds in the minds of Choota Sauda chele. It'll just make them stronger - the leader is a different story.

From what I've heard, the baba is scared to enter Punjab and his derey are empty. This is mainly due to effective parchaar and Amrit Sanchars being held for former chele.

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BOLEEE SOO NIHALLL SATSRIAKALLLLUUUHHH!!!

man this two things today, good news, RSS dude and this choota suada dude, this is awesome, makes me really really proud to be a sikh today:D:D:D:

all of these ppl who trie to erase sikhi have in the past fallen on their faces ..when will they learn? IF THHEY TRY TO MESS THEY ARE ONLY GOING TO ONE DAY GET SHOT AND FALL AT THE FEET OF THOSE VERY SIKHS WHO THEY WERE TRYING TO BRING DOWN, THEY SHOULD TAKE THIS AS WELL AS SIKH HISTORY AS A PRECAUTION TO THEIR FATE

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But Deras have killed many gursikhs, so it is just justice,

''An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind''

Following Dera Lucha Sauda is a paap in itself.

indeed, but this mentality of them killing sikhs then killing them is wrong also, like i said ''An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind'' it will be a endless cycle of violence of sikhs killing these followers and babeh and they retaliating there is no stop in sight.

just my opinion, things get worse till there would be no end in the violence.

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But Deras have killed many gursikhs, so it is just justice,

''An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind''

Following Dera Lucha Sauda is a paap in itself.

indeed, but this mentality of them killing sikhs then killing them is wrong also, like i said ''An eye for an eye will make the whole world go blind'' it will be a endless cycle of violence of sikhs killing these followers and babeh and they retaliating there is no stop in sight.

just my opinion, things get worse till there would be no end in the violence.

Thank you for sharing your wise words with me :) lol

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Did I read the same article as everyone else? :6 No where in the news story does it say it was Sikhs who did this. Even if that were the case, it's nothing to be proud of :rolleyes: He's just a follower of the head, how many are going to be killed? There are thousands of them, you can't go around killing people just because they follow something different than you!

Oh and I would like to get my news story from a better newspaper, especially better than one which does needs advertisements to pay for the site they are hosting.

jaikaarey shaddi jaandey aa, ullu kisey tha dey <_<

Now go ahead and report my post :rolleyes: I been dying to get a warning for 3 years...

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you can't go around killing people just because they follow something different than you!

its not that they believe in something different its that they are trying to distort what Sikhs believe in and the fact that their leader thinks hes Guru Gobind Singh Ji, dressing like him, wearing a Kalgi and trying to give his own Amrit to his followers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br9cUP8A_Uo&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tehelka.com%2Fstory_main33.asp%3Ffilename%3DTs0110807investigation.asp&feature=player_embedded

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