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who cares, he did a good thing.

Look at the person in your profile picture Max Arthur Macualiffe, he was white yet, he probably did more seva for Sikhism than most people on this forum.

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Max arthur Macualiffe was a sikh.  

ya i guess who  cares that 170 Gurdwaras are in ruin in pakistan, why not just give them all to muslims to be converted to mosques.  Wouldn't this be a good thing.

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Max converted into Sikhism,

if you believe strongly in that then take the initiative and go to pakistan and fix them no ones stopping you. Its easy to talk but in the end, its actions that matter.

If the guy wanted to fix a mosque good for him, why hate.

we all say that sikhism is about being open and accepting other religions but if we see someone working for the benefit of another religion we B*itch and complain.

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This is the most awesome clip in the history of awesome and clips. Is there a video of this?

LOL!! Its legendary

i think there is, i actually stumbled upon it couple days ago, but i cant seem to find it anymore. Just google around and prehaps you'll find it.

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Max converted into Sikhism,

if you believe strongly in that then take the initiative and go to pakistan and fix them no ones stopping you. Its easy to talk but in the end, its actions that matter.

If the guy wanted to fix a mosque good for him, why hate.

we all say that sikhism is about being open and accepting other religions but if we see someone working for the benefit of another religion we B*itch and complain.

First of all no need for name calling and

how im i hating if im suggesting we should fix our own problems first.

and second of all sikhs should stop protesting agianst Dera Sacha Suada arent they hating against him also.

Think about it.

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LOL! how does dera sacha suada have to do with anything this guy did.

Resorting to fruitless off-topic issues in order to prove an argument that has nothing to do with what is being discussed shows a lack of basis to your argument.

In the same rationality your using, "fix our own problems first"

i guess the Sikhs of the past should have let the mughals pillage hindu villages and take their women because we had problems of our own.

or better yet, dont donate to world vision, red cross, or any humanitarian organization because we have to fix our own problems in punjab first

see how lame that sounds.

whatever the guy did is up to him, no matter how heartfelt a thread is in the global picture its not going to have an impact on anything.

people do what they want and how they want. Im just glad this guy chose to do a good thing rather than be another 'sikh' guy caught with a crap load of drugs.

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LOL! how does dera sacha suada have to do with anything this guy did.

Resorting to fruitless off-topic issues in order to prove an argument that has nothing to do with what is being discussed shows a lack of basis to your argument.

In the same rationality your using, "fix our own problems first"

i guess the Sikhs of the past should have let the mughals pillage hindu villages and take their women because we had problems of our own.

or better yet, dont donate to world vision, red cross, or any humanitarian organization because we have to fix our own problems in punjab first

see how lame that sounds.

whatever the guy did is up to him, no matter how heartfelt a thread is in the global picture its not going to have an impact on anything.

people do what they want and how they want. Im just glad this guy chose to do a good thing rather than be another 'sikh' guy caught with a crap load of drugs.

ya that is true something good at least was done. I guess there is no need for anymore discussion he at least did something good, then us just talking about it.

Sarbatta da Balla. Fateh.

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