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    • Shaheed Bibi Parmjeet Kaur¬†ūüôŹ¬† ¬† ¬† During operation Bluestar Bibi Ji refused to leave the side of Guru Granth Sahib ji and stood alongside¬†Guru Sahib like a guard, Bibi ji¬†was martyred on 5th June.¬† On Vaisakhi, April 13, 1978, thirteen Sikhs attained Shaheedi (martyrdom) whilst peacefully protesting against the fake Nirankari cult in Amritsar. The leading figure of these Sikhs was Bhai Fauja Singh. Bibi Amarjit Kaur, his wife became an influential figure after his martyrdom. Bibi Amarjit Kaur‚Äôs sister Bibi Paramjeet Kaur was present at Harmandir Sahib in 1984 during Operation Blue Star, but she refused to leave her Guru to save herself. She chose instead to remain alongside Guru Granth Sahib in a room of the complex, in an attempt to save any sacrilege occurring to her Guru . On the 5th June 1984 she was martyred doing so.
    • In Africa he used to call Black people Kafir.¬† He was a sicko¬† ¬†he used to get naked young men and women to jump into a swimming pool and then he used to observe and take notes.¬† ¬†
    • Okay, I get it. I thought the term had been borrowed from Christian missionaries, which didn't seem suitable in our case. It's an obvious subversive organisation sponsored by GOI, one of many.
    • Have you heard the audio recording of makhu and neki about Sri Dasme Patshahs Granth Sahib? ¬† Because they are part of the Sikh Missionary College, which is where the term comes from. Like how people how studied in taksals are called taksalis.
    • Flip me. That's grim. My mum told me that, when she was very young, someone in Punjab fed her family's dog something which had needles and glass in it. My grandfather brought the puppy over from what eventually became Pakistan after partition. It was very old in dog-years at the time of death but it died unnecessarily.¬†
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