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3 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Must read this thread: This is why we need to start being neutral...Hinduvsta or Islamists  are not friends never have and never will be. 

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https://www.dawn.com/news/1025160/day-3-the-sikhs-of-nankana-sahab

That's why it's hard to believe propaganda by missionaries based modern Khalistanis who  always try to show Islam in good light. In fact anytime Muslims do something wrong to Sikhs they always try to twist the story by making it into an RSS or Hindu conspiracy like they do with everything else. Harpreet Singh Makhu and Udoke are chief examples of such Khalistanis.

Taksali based Khalistanis are much much more reliable. They don't suck up to Muslims and neither do they have any Islamophilia in them. When you read old articles from the 80s by Khalistanis there was no unnecessary praising of Islam as we see today. Neither did Sant ji ever praise Islam or act Muslim like Udoke and his daughter who miss no chance to show off their Urdu speaking skills.

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I'v personally never got the rush or need to help and stand up for another community, iv just never felt the need, passion or interest to do that. So i really can't relate to sikhs who go out and start protesting and marching for other communities, where does this emotion come from?  i have no idea.  I mean you need the passion and emotional involvement to do something like that. A few yrs back we had the EDL in town protesting against a islamic center being built and loads of muslims went there to protest against them and some sikhs were also there with a banner saying "Sikhs against edl"   i personally couldnt give a crap that the edl are protesting against a islamic center    we also a few times have had pakis setting up stalls to collect money for kashmir and kashmiris and iv never given them money, not even spare change, i just cnt care enough or be emotionally engaged to actually put some money in the bucket for that cause.  Doesn't mean im heartless, i just dnt care and being honest with myself ... 

On the other hand i have helped many people regardless of race/religion that you meet everyday. if i see an old lady struggling to reach the top shelf at a store i go over and help, help ladies with pushchairs/babies down the stairs, help old people cross the road, financially helped friends/colleagues  etc  so im not totally heartless lol 

perhaps people who stand up for other communities can see similarities with the sikh struggle?  idnno ... 

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I think United Sikhs are vying with Khalsa Aid for which organisation is the most useless for the Panth. I still have Khalsa Aid in the lead as United Sikhs are at least doing something for the Afghan Sikhs. But then again you would think as an organisation involved in that issue they would be the last to want to act like servants of the Muslims. 

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Of all masjids they chose Jama Masjid which was built by Aurangzeb. How these moorkhs have twisted the meaning of seva to this foolishness

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image.png.21cb4c27b5b127e2dd5b4c736df039e6.pnguslim man has vandalised And attacked Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Gurdwara Derby  

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12 minutes ago, ChardikalaUK said:

It's all one way traffic.

Imagine if we put all of this effort into our own community.

it doesn't get the clout or political point, $$$$ 

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This is what happens when you are overwhelmed by muslim demographics unfortunately it only takes one spark, you think you living in peace and security with you friendly nice muslim neighbors and then all of a sudden some crazy power hungry outsider muslim molvi zealot rolls up in town starts to use quran and sunnah to justify their evil intentions on your non-muslim community and there starts the conflict and has done throught islams history of invasions, mass rapes, genocides and forced conversions. Same thing happened to yazidi's in iraqi and syria recently.

The experience of kashmiri Sikhs is almost the same as the genocide of afghan Sikhs. Only a few steps away from full on genocide of kashmiri and pakistani sikhs. Daily Sikhs are harassed, discriminated and mocked and told to cut their hair to change their religion if they don't they get attacked. Their daughters and sisters groomed and blackmailed to convert to islam. Even the head granthi of nankana sahibs daughter wasnt spared. And if we speak about this oppression we are called islamohobic. Nonsense they are the sikhphobic scum who are oppressing and attacking our community not other way around. We are allowed to talk about our community's oppression under their hands. The day Sikhs do that to their community they can talk about islamophobia.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4SCGes4rVo

 

Muhammad azar alam the indian punjabi muslim who made alam sena the black cat indian terrorist group responsible for murderous thousands of Sikh youths in the 90s was caught trying to groom and convert Sikh youths to islam not long ago.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chandigarh/Sikh-body-blames-former-DGP-of-conversion/articleshow/21147543.cms

 

 

 

 

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I have yet to see a Muslim charity, matter of fact, any sort of Muslim group assist Sikhs in any sort of way. Whether that may be through seva or even collecting food for langar. Yet, you have apne sanitizing an Aurangzeb built masjid. Collecting food for eid, also letting them conduct their own prayers within our gurdwaras! Who the hell does that?? What do we get in return? We get another gurdwara vandalized. How have the majority of the panth become so weak? We bend over backwards for a people who consider us as kafirs, all while ignoring our own people struggling.

Speaking of which, look at this bakwas from the National Sikh Youth Federation. Never want to admit that their so-called brothers in struggle would ever do such a thing: 

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Someones got to say it!        its always the quite ones that act with force when pushed.

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9 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

image.png.21cb4c27b5b127e2dd5b4c736df039e6.pnguslim man has vandalised And attacked Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Gurdwara Derby  

If you see in his hand he has a knife and also he looks afghan pasthun or pakistani pasthun he later on allegedly went and stabbed a polish guy near the gurdwara road.

So there seems to be a copycat jihadi isis connection here with the islamic genocidal attack on kabul gurdwara and afghan sikhs. The hand written note he left behind seemed to suggest because of what india is doing in kashmir he retaliated by attacking the Sikh gurdwara to send message to india.

The same thing a ISIS beast did he pre-justified the murders of afghan sikhs because of whats happening in kashmir by indian government. The jihadi minded muslims are justifying their attacks by mistakenly linking Sikhs with india they did the same in 1990s when they attacked Sikh gurdwara's in afghanistan and pakistan saying because one babri masjid was attacked many gurdwara's should be attacked too not just hindu mandirs.

 

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1 hour ago, dharamyudh said:

I have yet to see a Muslim charity, matter of fact, any sort of Muslim group assist Sikhs in any sort of way. Whether that may be through seva or even collecting food for langar. Yet, you have apne sanitizing an Aurangzeb built masjid. Collecting food for eid, also letting them conduct their own prayers within our gurdwaras! Who the hell does that?? What do we get in return? We get another gurdwara vandalized. How have the majority of the panth become so weak? We bend over backwards for a people who consider us as kafirs, all while ignoring our own people struggling.

Speaking of which, look at this bakwas from the National Sikh Youth Federation. Never want to admit that their so-called brothers in struggle would ever do such a thing: 

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I knew this would happen. Again we find some brain-dead fake Khalistanis twisting the story and trying create another fake Hindu conspiracy theory behind this attack like they did with the Nankana Sahib and Kabul Gurdwara attacks

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