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whats going on with UK nihungs these days?

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It's not all UK Nihangs.

There are some Nihangs near me (local) and they are decent.

This guy is just nihang for fame. I am suprised some proper Nihang doesn't come up to him and sort him out in public.

 

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35 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Um

I don't think killing is the answer for that.

Yeah I'll second that. Killing someone is a tad extreme.

This isn't a dictatorship.

 

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2 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

I'd like to read the remainder of the story. 

Click the link and then it will show more.

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3 minutes ago, NonExistant said:

Did you read what i said? I said that we should take a lesson out of Sant Maghar Singh and think about what we are doing to Sikhi.

I did.

It's just, well, a little difficult to take any moral lessons from an anecdote which advocates executing someone for a misdeed, which granted, goes against tenets of the faith, but in no way warrants a shoot on sight policy.

 

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15 minutes ago, NonExistant said:

Yeah you're right. The main lesson is that we should learn to protect ourselves from doing anti-gurmat actions and live in fear. If we live in fear, then we will never do anything like this.

 

I don't know if I'd word it like that. That sounds like Sharia Law.

Such scaremongering doesn't work.

How about teaching people to use their buddhi. Teaching them ithiaas. Reminding them of the high moral character and conduct that Sikhs upheld even in the worst of conditions.

And the comparison to Japanese soldiers and the way they treated Chinese and Korean women is not the same as what went down in France.

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