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Vaheguru Ji Ka Khalsa! Vaheguru Ji Ke Fateh! Sangat Ji, Many of you may have noticed or experienced this on a daily basis too - the attitude and comments from Muslim/Pakistani guys walking past you

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Read this, this is Chachnama. http://panhwar.com/Books_By_Sani/The-Chachnamah-Ancient-History-of-Sindh.pdf Go to page 142 On one hand Muslims of Pakistan claim that Mohammad Bin Qasim(MBQ) was a he

I think every Singh needs to learn some sort of self defence. Our look makes us stand out from the crowd.

I was a mona and have only been wearing a pagh for about a month now. I realise this makes me more of a target to such animals.

I will be learning some sort of boxing/martial arts and increase my weight through weightlifting.

Think of Baba Deep Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa, they must have been so strong and fit. That is how every Singh should be. Not a pot bellied lagar lout or someone whose staple diet is greasy aloo paranthas!

Be in optimal condition so that even if you cannot fight them, make sure you are quick enough to get away if worst comes to worst. Practice sprints, especially hill sprints, not only will you get faster, you will also develop big powerful legs.

This is a Singh from my hometown, he's a promising MMA fighter, not the tallest but strongly built. I can guarantee you that he would take out any Pakistani, including Amir Khan.

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All Sikhs, male or female should practice some form of self defence. I have a 17 month old son and as soon as he is old enough I wil make sure hehas the opportunity to get involved with karate or boxing, 2 sports I have been involved in for aprox 20 years.

It gives you the confidence to stand up to these moronic paki's, and morons in general. And 99% of the time it doesnt lead to violence anyway as the other party will generaly back down when they see you have no fear of defending yourself

But as said above, first we need to stop fighting with each other and start backing each other up

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How do you know they are Pakistanis though? I've had the same sort of experiences and it just makes you want to knock someone out. When some mona says 'Oh Singhhhe' in some crack addict voice. They single you out because you are a Singh and conceptualise you. But I've had this come from mona Sikhs as well and at times I can't tell if it's a Muslim or Sikh or whoever.

One time I was in the car waiting for someone and some <banned word filter activated> pointed at me and shouted out 'Singh!!' and said alright and was laughing. I just blanked him, lol. And his mates were like ooooh. But they were Sikhs, I'm pretty sure of it. One was a Sikh as he was wearing a patka and it was a heavily Sikh populated area.

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I'd want to knock them out. Doesn't matter if they were Muslims or Sikhs or Hindus. Hasn't happened to me in ages but I've told myself next time it happens, I'm going to confront them about it, whoever they are. Hopefully, it won't come to blows but who knows.

In fact, it's more annoying if they were Monne Sikhs as they are the last people you would expect of taking the mick out of you. The others, it's kind of expected.

It happened another time too on the train. I was with another Singh and his wife and these bozos walked past and shouted 'Oh Singheh!! I actually looked back and was ready to confront them but we were getting on the train and they were getting off. It was too late.

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maybe a witty reply before getting angry...

eg. if someone says 'ohh singhaaaaa!'..maybe something like ''oh kidda freeeshy!!, pind teek taak ya?!! maaja (cows) the ki hal ya, bibi te baba teek ya?"

combine this with a firm playful slap on the back (preferably resulting in them stumbling over a bit) and a loud laugh and 'bruaaah'!

This satire will play into their stereotype, result possibly in them gettin a little embarassed, but the downside is it is not really befiting a GurSikhs response! PS this requires the singh to have a little jaan/strength as well, so start lifting weights before getting angry at monees

could be comical for all concerned thou!

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Yeah I know the feeling.

I'm a recent pagh wearer but have seen my Singh friends being approached by these dumb moneh who shout 'Sengh!'.

One of my friends is a dentist and was called Baba Dentist by one of the children he treated.

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Its true many of the children of people that came to the UK in the 60's and 70's from Indian Punjab and had rejected Sikhism taught their kids to hate Sikhs with Kesh. Many of these parents drank and smoked heavily and had family problems like beating up their wives etc but thought they did not need religion in the West. Teaching their kids about Sikhism was the last thing on their minds, however they did things like worshiping graves and Black magic. It is girls from these families that did not want to get married Sikh boys with Kesh and the boys ridiculed other Sikhs.

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I was on a packed train and some young moneh came on. They were quite high in spirits and giggles and seemed as if they had been drinking.

The train was packed and a Singh was standing up when one of the moneh walked near him and started saying 'Oh Singhe, balle balle bruuaaah' and his mates started laughing.

I know the remark was more cheeky in a way and maybe the moneh got a feeling of pride and joy on seeing a Singh on the train.

Anyway, whilst they were laughing they had to stand near the singh as the train started moving.- The Singh just smirked calmly and said ''Would you rather stand next to me...an apna Singh or next to some Abdul??''

That certainly made me feel glad that a Singh was amongst us (I was also monah at the time!)

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