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The Book “The Gallaant Defender” By A.r Darshi

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Today I happened to watch Sangat TV (U.K.) on Internet. There was a discussion about Operation Blue Star . They mentioned the book “The Gallaant Defender” by A.R Darshi . The author A.R Darshi is a non Sikh.

This book is must read for all who are interested in knowing the background of the preplanned holocaust .

The English edition of this book can be downloaded from (or can be read online at) the website http://www.bhindranwale.net

The book can be downloaded from the following URL

(1) http://www.bhindranwale.net/sikhismbooks/The-Gallant-Defender-Sant-Jarnail-Singh.pdf

(2) For eBook (free download)

(2) http://ebookbrowse.com/the-gallant-defender-sant-jarnail-singh-pdf-d53261092

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one of the best books on this topic, imo. also, probably the best book to use if you want to convince someone who refuses to accept sikh sources b/c they think sikh sources are ''bias''.

which is kind of funny, b/c they wouldn't think a white person commenting on western culture or history or politics is bias... hmmmm..... people need to reexamine their unconscious prejudices

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This is a really good book, I haven't read the whole thing but I started reading it today.   The author ar darshi was a Punjabi dalit and he writes about how bhamans have been stabbing sikhs and Indians in the back since the beginning. No political correctness but very honest book.


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