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I think when such people get caught the best punishment for them that the judge should give is they should be made to do seva at the Gurdwara and they should be made to attend classes on Gurmat and Sikh scriptures for at least a year. This way the hate and ignorance will subside and who knows maybe Mahraj might even do kirpa on them.

Would you be saying that if a few more of our lot had been killed in the explosion?

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I think when such people get caught the best punishment for them that the judge should give is they should be made to do seva at the Gurdwara and they should be made to attend classes on Gurmat and Si

its war time with these half cut goat beardos

I think another aspect of being a warrior is having enough self-respect to value your independence and not becoming some sort of guileless tool for other people's agenda. In a world where plenty of

Would you be saying that if a few more of our lot had been killed in the explosion?

No, if some one gets killed then they need to be dealt with a severe punishment. when someone is killed or hurt severely due to one's ignorance and prejudice that changes everything.

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German police has confirmed the two who were responsible for the act were closely related to Daesh.

http://www.bild.de/regional/ruhrgebiet/explosion/anschlag-auf-sikh-hochzeit-polizei-nimmt-zwei-verdaechtige-fest-45476108.bild.html

Most of us would certainly like to know their intentions behind the attack.

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German police has confirmed the two who were responsible for the act were closely related to Daesh.

http://www.bild.de/regional/ruhrgebiet/explosion/anschlag-auf-sikh-hochzeit-polizei-nimmt-zwei-verdaechtige-fest-45476108.bild.html

Most of us would certainly like to know their intentions behind the attack.

could be because we gave panna to their enemy in Paris and Brussels... just history repeating ...Guru ji Helped Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb got tummy ache

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It's shocking that teenagers are committing such acts it really is getting intense in Europe. The question is why are these youths turning to terrorist groups. My own opinion is that these youth were most likely outcasts looking for a place to belong (Look at the past history of most isis recruits from the west) and chose to join ISIS.

Also why is there hardly no media coverage I mean if you search for this the only media doing extensive coverage is Indian media and I think they will use it further divide minorities in that country.

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Well wasnt expecting that! I dont thinl ive ever heard of Muslims attacking a Gurdwara in the West, not that Id put this past them.

Im willing to bet there will be some Sikhs who are so in love with muslims, that theyll try to say this is some conspiracy and the muslims are being framed.

Trouble is sikhs have so called friends called moslims and they believe the crap they tell them. Not realising they are the enemy within who are allowed to lie and deceive us

Sikhs should know the nature of izlam the best as our gurus were shaheed by them.

The vicious snake, only one leader right now with a backbone saying it as it is.

#MAGA

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Things is we need to wake our own up and make them strong and aware of their own heritage , if they have no concept of the depth and breadth of sikhi they will easily succumb to dawah and atheist spiel ...and never defend it from attack

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