Ranjeet01 Posted May 5 Report Share Posted May 5 45 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said: They also had a head start on their preaching and have known and interacted other abrahamics from a long time ago. So they've had more time to develop their techniques, and frankly as we know (or should!!) they aren't remotely averse to using underhand tactics like targeting the vulnerable or under-aged (especially females) or trying to use scare tactics when they feel they have numbers or a perceived upper hand. It must be said though, according to Jahangir's memoirs, In Guru Arjan Dev Ji's time, Sikhi parchaar was so strong even sullay were converting (hence jahangir's anger). Thing with sullahism is that it is what you outlined above, pure rule based, technical - it doesn't have soul like Sikhi. But we should note, even according to their own faith, most of them are going to go to hell. Another issue I think we have these days, is that our parchaar is too 'soft'. We are too scared to offend other people, when we have exchanges - even if they are the ones that instigate it. This needs to stop! Bhai Jagraj Singh ji reignited that trend for in-your-face parchaar, and this should continue. I distinctly recall in the 80s, when christian preachers would knock on doors to 'speak' to people (but really to convert them), sullay already had pamplets and tracts to refute all of the christian missionary activity. And they didn't hold back - questioning the authenticity of the bible, pointing out contradictions therein etc. etc. We should also mercilessly put the boot in when required, point out the pedo problems in their communities, show how they kill each other, and all the vile gundh they do behind the façade. But we need to make sure we have warriors ready too, because these lot like to try and undermine other people's beliefs, but cry and throw wobblies when someone does it to them and they can't answer the criticisms (which is easily done). They have hundreds of years to perfect their techniques. During Jahanghir's time, I imagine that the Muslims during that period were probably converted quite recently. So the indoctrination was not so embedded into them. Islam has different levels. One for the common Muslim, one for the scholars etc. There is gnostic, esoteric level that is available to the high level Muslims. It is basically belief in the occult. Bhai Jagraj Singh was quite a unique character/personality, quite charismatic. In his early career, he worked in sales and I imagine in his younger days, he probably had the gift of the gab. In sales/marketing terms, we have a superior product but we are not particularly good salesmen. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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