Just one more thing: Where exactly was the stall situated (so we can prepare our response for upcoming Nagar Kirtans).
Was it on somebody's front yard?
Was it on a sidewalk?
Or was it in a stall allocated by the Nagar Kirtan organizers?
Also, were there a lot of Sikhs perusing the books or talking to them? Or were they being ignored by our peeps?
Well, as I mentioned above, it's unclear what the specific situation was where they were located (sidewalk, private lawn, etc.). We may or may not be able to legally stop them from setting up a stall.
But, yeah, I agree the reason they target us is they perceive us as weak.
Even if we can't boot them via the police, we can swarm their stall with knowledgeable Sikhs. We should be prepared with a contingent of Sikhs to do parchar to Sikhs, and then also contingents to debate with any non-Sikhs that show up.
It's like an army attack. Army vs. army is a fair fight. Prepared Muslims vs the average unprepared Sikh is a slaughter. Anyway, the the knowledgeable Sikhs will debate the Muslims, while the average Sikhs can stand around and watch, and get enlightened instead of being bombarded with false factoids by the Muslims.
If they get the message that that's what's going to happen to them every nagar kirtan, then at some point, they'll stop showing up to nagar kirtans.
Another tack we can take is to make it clear to them that we have no problem with them following their own faith, but if they're going to try to convert Sikhs, then we'll return the favor with a stall every Friday at their mosque. I have a feeling they'll back off.
I saw with it my own eyes. It was a stall that said "love for all .. hatred for none"
.,they had books on the life of Mohammed and had 3 Muslim old uncle's with topis on. I was in a car accident about 2 months and honestly stayed at the Nagar kietan for like 1 hour.
It was the Delta mosque in tillsbury road. I really regret not approaching them, but he'll there was a brahmkumari stall as well on 128th.
Bro, please respond to this to say whether you saw this with your own eyes, or you just heard about it.
If the former, then where where exactly were the Ahmadiyas and Brahmkumaris situated? Sidewalk? A stall allocated by the nagar kirtan organizers? A private lawn? With permission, or without?
Also, on what street between what cross streets?