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Don't know about Muslims but we have an old christian man in our high street every other day shouting through a very loud microphone. He openly says how karma,reincarnation are false and how meditation can not help and how "Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation "      he calls everyone sinners and asks how many of us have committed adultery and fornication and bla bla bla     it's quite funny coz we have a really busy high street and he stands on a stool and shouts through a microphone haha.

Apart from few Muslims now then who decide to argue with him   everyone else just walks past. He also brings along a few old ladies to hand out leaflets.

 

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A few weeks ago we had some young black people marching through the high street with a massive cross telling everyone the usual "Jesus is the only way"  but I think they got told off by the police      

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My friend tells me that its true the dawahist muslims in  uk have stepped up dawah conversion stalls to be practically in your face outside shopping area's. Giving away "free qurans" the same is probably true with christians evangelists they are giving away free bibles and literature. Gotta hand it to them the Abrahamic cults have got a slick propaganda operation unlike dharmic faiths.

One has to wonder and ask themselves how do they fund this? the muslim dawahists probably get their funding from charity money they stole and get funding from middle east rich muslim financiers. While the christians probably from the vatican mega rich bank.

UK Sikhs have nothing apart from basics of sikhi (giving parchar literature  now and then) stalls and Sikh s.e.v.a charity basically free food for homeless (wasting the community resources without giving parchar) stalls.

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23 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

Anyone notice an increase in muslims setting up stalls on high streets and also particulalry outside subway stations?

What are they trying to do with these stalls. Gain converts? It seems like a blatent attempt to antagonize people by showing their unwelcome presence in the public. I have seen them trying to hand out korans to people. But most people seem to avoid them. 

Why do you find it antagonistic? 

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43 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Why do you find it antagonistic? 

It can come across that way. Ie someone with banners and a louder speaker. Saying things in islamic. Trying to convert. Especially with their background. As genie mentioned. They are becoming more in your face with it.These days they are trying to use recent converts to attract new followers. 

I would be offended if somone tried to give me a copy of a koran especially with the gandh that it contains. 

Christians are also doing it. But we know they are nowhere nearly as bad as muslims. 

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37 minutes ago, Big_Tera said:

It can come across that way. Ie someone with banners and a louder speaker. Saying things in islamic. Trying to convert. Especially with their background. As genie mentioned. They are becoming more in your face with it.These days they are trying to use recent converts to attract new followers. 

I would be offended if somone tried to give me a copy of a koran especially with the gandh that it contains. 

Christians are also doing it. But we know they are nowhere nearly as bad as muslims. 

Fair enough. I always have referred to it as quran sharif.. I'm not sure i would call any religious scripture that speaks of the divine as gandh 

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1 hour ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Fair enough. I always have referred to it as quran sharif.. I'm not sure i would call any religious scripture that speaks of the divine as gandh 

You also think that Hindu don't kill Sikhs! Go back to your Hindu lovers. 

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On 7/5/2018 at 2:54 AM, acsap said:

You also think that Hindu don't kill Sikhs! Go back to your Hindu lovers. 

AND you think sikhs are poor little innocent angels at the mercy of all and sundry. Do you even have a clue what is happening here in Panjab or near my city of Chandigarh? Drugs, Corruption, Muggings, farmers committing suicides, girls mimicking western patterns of sleeping around and boys playing little toy boys for the rich ugly middle aged two timing bitches <banned word filter activated> cheating their equally unscrupulous husbands behind their backs!  Panjab the land of Sikhi is a place where wives are doing dhandha to put food on the tables while their husbands drink and indulge in all kinds of sinister activities like taking drugs and paying for you <banned word filter activated>. Shocking. I am looking to go abroad away from this mess caused by the so called ‘sikhs’ of Panjab.

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19 hours ago, puzzled said:

Don't know about Muslims but we have an old christian man in our high street every other day shouting through a very loud microphone. He openly says how karma,reincarnation are false and how meditation can not help and how "Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation "      he calls everyone sinners and asks how many of us have committed adultery and fornication and bla bla bla     it's quite funny coz we have a really busy high street and he stands on a stool and shouts through a microphone haha.

Apart from few Muslims now then who decide to argue with him   everyone else just walks past. He also brings along a few old ladies to hand out leaflets.

 

somebody should quote him the john the baptist origin story where it is said the bible that he is Elijah  come again and that Jesus's whole ID   as the Christ  rests on that fact being true :


the prophetic fulfillment of John the Baptist as a reincarnation of Elijah the prophet is the clearest biblical statement of the reality of reincarnation. When Jesus began his ministry, many people wondered if Jesus was the reincarnation of one of the prophets. Some people wondered the same thing concerning John the Baptist. Even Jesus affirmed to his disciples that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of the prophet Elijah. The Bible reveals John had both the spirit and power of Elijah -- meaning his reincarnation. Skeptical objections to Elijah's reincarnation as John are debunked in this article. John and Elijah shared many similarities suggestive of reincarnation including appearance, diet, personality, relationships, life situations, ministry, locations they inhabited throughout in Israel, and karma. The evidence shows that if John was not the reincarnation of Elijah as prophecy foretold, then Jesus could not have been the Messiah as prophecy foretold. Elijah and Moses appeared transfigured with Christ at his first coming; and in the Book of Revelation, Elijah and Moses are implied to be reincarnated for Christ's second coming. 

Karma is the principle of "an eye for an eye" and "live by the sword, die by the sword." The assumption is if you live by the sword, and don't die by the sword, then you must die by the sword in some future lifetime. The law of karma and reincarnation can be found in the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, the Gospels, the Epistles of Paul, and the parables of Jesus. All Hebrew and Christian scriptures support karma and reincarnation: the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Christian Gnostic gospels, the Torah, the Biblical Apocrypha, the New Testament Apocrypha, the Kabbalah and Zohar. Reincarnation was widely believed by the people throughout the Roman Empire in Jesus' day, throughout Israel, and by people all around the world. The Bible teaches how "bad karma" can extend into multiple lifetimes -- to multiple generations. The Bible teaches how overcoming bad karma with good karma leads to eternal life and the end of the cycle of death and rebirth. The Bible also teaches how God's law of love, grace, and forgiveness can overcome bad karma.

 

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2 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

At least they are preaching something about God. What are the sikhs preaching inside gurdwaras and outside? They are preaching how to fight, take your karpanas out to threaten each other till their dastars end up on the floor. So disgusting to see adults conducting themselves in this fashion.  This is where the line gets drawn when it comes to green fruits with purple and blue vegetables. No one wants to be anyone’s lampshade if you ask me.

bit dramatic that Gromit ...

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3 hours ago, CHaamCHrick said:

AND you think sikhs are poor little innocent angels at the mercy of all and sundry. Do you even have a clue what is happening here in Panjab and near my city of Chandigarh? Drugs, Corruption, Muggings, farmers committing suicides, girls mimicking western patterns of sleeping around and boys playing little toy boys for the rich ugly middle aged two timing bitches <banned word filter activated> cheating the  husbands behind their backs!  Panjab is the place where wives are doing dhandha to put food on the tables while their husbands drink and indulge in all kinds of sinister activities like taking drugs and paying for you <banned word filter activated>. Shocking. I am looking to go abroad away from this mess caused by the so called ‘sikhs’ of Panjab.

sleeping around is not a "western pattern" people have been sleeping around for 1000s of years all over the planet. Also the west has only become sexually liberated in the last few decades. In the UK many single teen mothers had to give their babies away for adoption even back in the 60s 70s because having a baby before marriage was a social taboo back then. Sex before marriage and adultery has been taking place in Punjabi villages for a very very long time lol! its nothing new tbh. Pinds have always been full of dirty secrets lol.

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