Jump to content

Anyone Know More About This - Birmingham Sikh Being Attacked By The Usual.


Recommended Posts

Typical cowards need 5 or 6 people behind them before they feel brave enough to take on 1 person. You never see these cowards never fight one on one. Fair play though Singh stood his ground.

This sort of incident clearly demonstrates why everyone should train for physical fitness and learn a combat art that takes account of fighting against multiple assailants rules driven sport arts like boxing, mma etc only generally cater for one on one situations which are not a true reflection of on street situations.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

All this demonstrates to me is what we've all become a human beings, we'll stand around as onlookers and won't even intervene, it's not about who's attacking who, it's not about someone's religion, it's about the fact that we, as a human race have sunk to a new low, all we care about is ourselves, our Guru's gave their live's standing up for the right's of other's yet we can't even intervene when someone's in trouble.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I've read a lot of the comments on FB. Yes it's sad that a lot of generalisations are being made.

Point is...


Please take every opportunity to learn a form of self defence.

Too many bright lights out there trying to get our attention. DON'T get distracted by the Maya and Kaljug.

Learn to defend and stand up for the Truth.

Be it a physical form or on a mental level. TRY and savour both and become a Singh that will always defend evil.

If any of us was walking past...regardless of caste, colour, creed etc - you need to stop this behaviour. Winds me up seeing this kind of stuff, but have some more courage to be Stronger.

No need to start fights or show attitude - just be Prepared.

I have no intention of inciting any hatred here - just want to make my point of knowing the difference between Attack and Defence.

I agree with Cisco and Kam - get up Brothers - Work hard and make it count if there's anyone in Trouble.

Bhul Chuk Maaf Ji

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Painful to watch that's all I can say.

Just out of curiosity, what is the Sikh attitude towards revenge?

And is it any different to the traditional Punjabi attitude towards revenge?

I mean if you were to seperate the religion and the culture of the region, would the two answers towards revenge be different?

Hope this question makes sense.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt
  • advertisement_alt

  • Topics

  • Posts

    • Does anyone know from historical written sources, if it is specified whether Singhs were allowed to keep their head covered when persecuted by the Mughals, during torture/execution?  Was it just on a case by case basis? For Guru Arjan Dev Ji, it seems head was allowed to be kept covered with Dastaar.   most of the photos I’ve seen Banda Singh Bahadur with head uncovered   @dallysingh101 ?
    • Proper Bezhti.... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64496456 Jasvir Singh: 'I'm a devout Sikh - and married to a man' Published 8 hours ago Share   Image caption, Jasvir and Nick on their wedding day By Aleem Maqbool Religion editor, BBC News   Jasvir Singh is one of the most prominent Sikh voices in British public life. He is also gay - a fact that he has kept mostly private until now. It's put him at odds with some members of his own community, but he says he now wants to speak up about his sexuality. Jasvir Singh lays out some photographs on the table in front of him and takes a deep breath. They are pictures of joyful moments from the day last summer when he married his husband, Nick. "I know that speaking about this is going to be highly controversial," he says. "I'm sure there will be lots of people out there who will be upset, annoyed, even angry at me. "But I've got nothing to hide and I know that I have got Waheguru [God] with me, as I have had Waheguru with me all the way." Jasvir is a family law barrister and the main Sikh contributor to Radio 4's Thought For The Day. He has just been awarded a CBE for his work bringing faith communities together and advocating for vulnerable groups. But through it all, he has lived with a swirl of speculation about his private life - often spilling over into attempts at intimidation - that he now wants to address head-on. "There is a very small element of the British Sikh community that makes itself loudly heard. From them I have received death threats for being gay, I have been accused on a TV station of being an infidel and I have even had individuals call me up and threaten to expose me." Though Jasvir says he has not tried to hide his sexual orientation, it is not something he has talked about publicly. Recently, however, Jasvir says he has been confronted by an unsurmountable obstacle that meant he could not live out his faith in the way in which he wanted and in the way others can. "My husband is white, British, and was not born into a Sikh family. But he understands my Sikhi (Sikhism) and he has respected and embraced that part of my life. We have said we want to have a family and want to bring our children up Sikh. "We spoke about the kind of wedding we wanted in great detail, but sadly there was no way of getting married in a gurdwara, even though in my interpretation of the Anand Karaj (the Sikh marriage ceremony), there is no reason for this." .... Jasvir and Nick have just returned from their honeymoon, during which they visited gurdwaras in Punjab and in other parts of India.  
    • https://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/13602-destruction-of-panjabi-education-system-post-annexation/
    • SO long ago, and have learnt so much since then. Plus PP has been translated a couple of times since . This article was ground-breaking (in terms of studying the unedited text):   https://www.scribd.com/document/50691250/Bhai-Vir-Singh-s-editing-of-Panth-Prakash-by-Dr-Harinder-Singh-Chopra-Dr-Surjit-Hans   
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use