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look dumb an insecure

9 out of 10 times it seems its males protesting a marriage between a girl marrying outside of the community makes the males protesting look like insecure losers

also how do you define who is and who is not a sikh

what if you have a male and female getting married both the male and females parents are practising Sikhs but the male getting married is an atheist and the female is a practising Sikh to an extent

then what are the rules are they allowed to get married

a lot of Sikhs getting married in gurdwaras are agnostics meaning they don't know if their is a god or not an really don't follow any religion now if you have agnostics getting married in gurdwaras but the parents of the agnostics are Sikh would you protest those weddings and prevent them from getting married

what if you have two people who claim to be practising Sikhs but drink booz go to clubs and don't know much about Sikhism can only name two gurus usually guru nanak and guru gobind singh ji and only go to gurdwaras for weddings would these types of weddings be banned to??

it just seems like people against interfaith marriages an who protest at gurdwaras are insecure men who only protest when a girl marries someone outside of the community

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Let me switch the question slightly: Why do interfaith couples feel it necessary to have an Anand Karaj, when in majority of the cases neither of them has any interest in Sikhi?

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Firstly go and read what the translation of the Anand Karaj and the lawan are. Then and read Guru Gobind Singh Ji's 52 hukums, then read rehit maryada, then read akal takhts hukumnama on the interfaith marriage issue.

Your questions will be answered. The people protesting are not insecure, it's the people trying to have interfaith marriages to save face even though they know it's wrong that have ignorance issues.

It's very simple anand karaj is only for Sikhs where bride and groom both profess to belong to the Sikh faith. Don't agree go and get married in a registry office.

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what if you have a male and female getting married both the male and females parents are practising Sikhs but the male getting married is an atheist and the female is a practising Sikh to an extent

what if you have two people who claim to be practising Sikhs but drink booz go to clubs and don't know much about Sikhism can only name two gurus usually guru nanak and guru gobind singh ji and only go to gurdwaras for weddings would these types of weddings be banned to??

We would ask them to register at Sikhsangat.com and post their 15 questions per day.

That way, at some point, they would....

look dumb an insecure

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Mehtab singh by TRYING to insult me you have shown how dumb an insecure you are

Ciscosingh let's say interfaith marriages are banned in gurdwaras

Then why arnt their as many protests when a man from the community marries outside the community

As well why arnt their protests when you have you have a couple getting married who don't know anything about sikhi an don't follow it

An are more likely to protest when a girl marries outside the community

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They look like insecure losers for trying to protect the core values of the religion? U r a <banned word filter activated> ur prolly the hippie liberal types aren't u trying to distort sikhi in order to make it fit with this filthy secular western culture

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ghettosingh im not any of those insults you tried throwing at me but you probably are

if they did these protests to protect core values of sikhi then they would protest weddings of agnostics from the community getting married in the gurdwara and protest men marrying outside the community just as much as they protest girls marrying outside of the community

but when most of the protests are when a girl marries outside of the community

then its easy to understand in news articles of Sikhs protesting a girl marrying outside of the wedding why in the comment section you have

white guys and black guys make fun of some of the Sikh protestors for being extremely insecure low confidence for getting so jealous of a girl marrying outside of the community

if its about religion then they would be equally as angry an show the same attitude towards men marrying outside of the community an agnostics an atheists in the community getting married in front of the guru granth sahib

but if most of their objects are towards girls marrying outside of the community then then they may be acting out of insecurity an jealousy

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What's the actual point the op is making ??

1) Is it about the protests being right or wrong ??

2) or is it about 'why protests for out of faith grooms are higher than brides....according to his observations'' ??

my answer to 1).. would be Yes the protests have to be made for people to take notice.

2) does it really matter that this observation has been made ??.....ANAND KARAJ is SACRED...and it is up to US to preserve the Guru's words.

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luckysingh99 a better way to ask the question

why are the protestors far more likely to target females marrying outside the community vs males marrying outside the community

why are the protestors far more likely to target females marrying outside the community then agnostics and atheists getting married in the gurdwara

if each group was equally targeted then it would be easy to believe that these groups protest for religious reasons

but when they target just females then it makes ppl wonder do they protest cause of their own personal insecurities an then hide behind religion

to defend their actions

example in the united states the republican party has bin passing a voter id law claiming is to protect fraud

but the current voting system which is the voter registration program works great

the system works so well the odds of their being voter fraud are like 0.000001 percent

but what the voter id law does do is make it harder for poor people and Hispanic and afrcian americans to vote and these demographics usually vote democrat

it makes it harder for out of town college students to vote who usually vote democrat

republicans say it has nothing to do with suppressing the vote or corrupting the democratic system to win elections, the republican claims are they passed this law to protect the democratic process

but their is no problem with the democratic process what this law really does is hurt democrats and help republicans win when it comes to elections because it prevents many people who normally vote democrate from voting

so in reality its common sense to say the republicans passed this law to keep people who vote democrats from being able to vote making it easier for republicans to win an common sense tells us that the republicans are lieiing when they say they passed this law to protect the democratic system

now Sikh group attacks wedding functions mostly when its a female marrying outside the community

but they don't get as emotional when a male does it

common sense kind of says that it has more to do with the group feeling uneasy about a female marrying outside the community then males

if the group targeted male interfaith marriages as much as females then common sense would say this group does it to protect Sikh principles

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Are you able to substantiate that nine out of ten protests are Sikh female-non Sikh male interfaith Anand Karaj.

How many weddings in gurdwaras have been disrupted.Has there been any statistic analysis provided to prove that there have been a growing number of disruptions or has this been blown out of proportion by particular vested interests with particular agendas.

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I do sometimes worry about the self-loathing of some 'Punjabis'. They seem to have no self worth and in their zeal to appear 'modern' and what they think is 'western' they lose touch with the reality of the real world.

In the real world I, as a Sikh, cannot be married by a Christian priest in a Christian Church. Because I'm not a Christian the curch won't allow it. As of yet, I've yet to hear of any 'christian' on earth who has such an inferiority complex that he thinks I, or you, should be allowed. Possibly because they have enough common sense to realise that it would be sheer folly and a sham, not to mention a mockery of the religion, for a non-christian to pretend to be christian for a day and partake in christian vows.

In the real world I, as a Sikh, am banned from getting married in a Jewish Synagogue. Because I'm not a Jew they won't allow it. As of yet, I've never heard of any Jew on earth who has such self loathing and an inferiority complex that he or she thinks I, or YOU, should be allowed. Possibly because he or she has enough common sense to realise that it would be sheer folly and a sham, not to mention a mockery of the religion, for a non-Jew to pretend to be Jewish for a day and partake in Jewish vows.

So you see, these 'Punjabis' who want non-Sikhs to be allowed to pretend to be a Sikh and marry in a Gurdwara are not 'modern' and 'western' at all. For the 'modernists' and the 'westerners' have exactly the same rule as we Sikhs.

No, what these Punjabis are, are extremists with views that totally contradict with virtually every person of every faith in the entire universe. In other words, complete weirdos.

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Mehtab singh by TRYING to insult me you have shown how dumb an insecure you are

What if I agree that I am dumb and insecure? Will you stop posting nonsense questions on an hourly basis? Or daily basis? Or weekly basis? If you think I am so dumb and insecure why did you hit like?

You see how irritating one stupid question after another looks like? You do? Good, thank God! Finally!

And yes, I am ready to admit for your happiness that I am supposedly dumb and insecure, hoping that you stop it!

Ciscosingh let's say interfaith marriages are banned in gurdwaras

They are, its some Gyanis who still think its ok.

Then why arnt their as many protests when a man from the community marries outside the community

You should initiate the procession. We all will join you (atleast you will be away from the computer).

As well why arnt their protests when you have you have a couple getting married who don't know anything about sikhi an don't follow it

You should initiate the procession. We all will join you (atleast you will be away from the computer).

An are more likely to protest when a girl marries outside the community

We will stop protesting if a Sikh girl marries a non-Sikh once he has taken Amrit.

When will stop your nonsense?????

That is just one question you asked. Did you forget the rules? You have to ask atleast 14 questions in one post before anyone bothers to read it. Oh and all have to be stupid.

Try again! :D

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The reason that people,(Khalsa, don't think you'd understand what that is), would protest a Gurdwara interfaith marriage is because it's not the way. You just have to get a court marriage to be able to marry a non-Sikh.(We should go back to the old days when only 2 Amritdharis were allowed to marry from Anand Karaj, there's too much poison ideologies going on-site you being an example).

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