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6 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Treating the injured prisoners of other forces well is the sign of any civilized people. It doesn't really return soldiers back to fight for the enemy so much as protect your forces from degrading themselves with poor behavior and secure a legacy even in the minds of your enemies what a civilized people you are. It does play well in history and help greatly with doplomacy once you're victorious. 

Genghis Khan didn't think like that and was pretty successful.  

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I was recently reading this account of Sikh conflicts during Sikh raj, and this one fundamentalist 'Syed' who'd kept instigating jeehads against the Sikhs (in NWFP area). Anyway, he was thorn in the Sikh side and they had to continually send forces to quell his 'rebellions'. In the end they quashed him. And do you know what the Sikhs did afterwards: They located his body on the field and then burnt it.   

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

I was recently reading this account of Sikh conflicts during Sikh raj, and this one fundamentalist 'Syed' who'd kept instigating jeehads against the Sikhs (in NWFP area). Anyway, he was thorn in the Sikh side and they had to continually send forces to quell his 'rebellions'. In the end they quashed him. And do you know what the Sikhs did afterwards: They located his body on the field and then burnt it.   

yep that will send a definite message to them that sikhs will send you to jahanum if you mess with them .

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

I was recently reading this account of Sikh conflicts during Sikh raj, and this one fundamentalist 'Syed' who'd kept instigating jeehads against the Sikhs (in NWFP area). Anyway, he was thorn in the Sikh side and they had to continually send forces to quell his 'rebellions'. In the end they quashed him. And do you know what the Sikhs did afterwards: They located his body on the field and then burnt it.   

That's what you do with trash. 

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On 8/1/2021 at 9:33 PM, dallysingh101 said:

Genghis Khan didn't think like that and was pretty successful.  

we follow Guru Gobind Singh not Genghis Khan.  Who do you follow?

the mongols ended up becoming buddhists in the end.

same with with the roman empire- it fell apart while Jesus's teachings flourished, even though it was based on non-violence.

in the end Dharma alway wins.

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11 hours ago, Guest guest said:

we follow Guru Gobind Singh not Genghis Khan.  Who do you follow?

the mongols ended up becoming buddhists in the end.

same with with the roman empire- it fell apart while Jesus's teachings flourished, even though it was based on non-violence.

in the end Dharma alway wins.

I think you missed my point, it was simply regarding the universally accepted definition of 'warrior' - not who I follow. My point was that they don't always follow strict moral codes (like sant-sipahis).  

I have no idea what happened to the Mongols, I know some of their descendants converted to islam and ended up ruling india.  

Dharam needs to be upheld. 

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On 8/8/2021 at 8:48 AM, dallysingh101 said:

I think you missed my point, it was simply regarding the universally accepted definition of 'warrior' - not who I follow. My point was that they don't always follow strict moral codes (like sant-sipahis).  

I have no idea what happened to the Mongols, I know some of their descendants converted to islam and ended up ruling india.  

Dharam needs to be upheld. 

not concerned with what 'they' do.  it has no relevance.  "ends justify the means" is not a sikh concept at all.  sadly can see that alot of hindus and western christians seem to think chicanery, machinations and brute violence      are acceptable, no doubt some 'sikhs' do too.  

the mongols are not the same as the mughals.  and the mughuls never 'ruled' India- all they did was try to control it with violence.  that failed in the end too.

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On 8/1/2021 at 9:32 PM, dallysingh101 said:

I've heard after the desecration of Harmandir Sahib by Abdali (or some wretched tonda), Sikhs slaughtered a bunch of sullay there, and used prisoners to clean up the defiled sarowar.  

imo those sikhs aught to be denounced

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On 8/1/2021 at 9:55 PM, dallysingh101 said:

I was recently reading this account of Sikh conflicts during Sikh raj, and this one fundamentalist 'Syed' who'd kept instigating jeehads against the Sikhs (in NWFP area). Anyway, he was thorn in the Sikh side and they had to continually send forces to quell his 'rebellions'. In the end they quashed him. And do you know what the Sikhs did afterwards: They located his body on the field and then burnt it.   

imo those sikhs and their actions should be denounced

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On 8/1/2021 at 6:08 PM, MisterrSingh said:

History... written... victors... etc.

Losers of wars are seldom provided the courtesy of constructing the narrative and terms of their defeat. If anything they're demonised and humiliated, and accused of doing the very feats they were at pains to avoid.

this doesn't seem true to me anywhere in the world.  Greeks, Romans (Virgil), Old Testament, our Sikh history, Tolstoy (Russia vs Napolean) even recent history like holocaust survivors and Germans and Japanese post war.

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On 8/13/2021 at 1:43 PM, Guest guest said:

imo those sikhs and their actions should be denounced

Maybe born in Sikh parivaar but not yet Sikh. We welcome all type of voices but there is always a line not to cross. Unfortunately, our folks are wearing blindfolds and crossing that line multiple times.  

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