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Bhai Barjinder Singh Sangha (Brar Case 2012) has been permanently released today.

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40 minutes ago, monatosingh said:

Did they do their nitnem in jail

Veer, you'd have to ask him but don't see why not.

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On 26/09/2017 at 4:45 PM, monatosingh said:

I have a question, these Singhs are probably amritdhari so do they manage to get their paath done whilst in jail?

I’ve heard many of are uk jails are dominated by Muslims and many prisoners have converted to Islam solely to survive the hostile environments... I wouldn’t be suprised if they struggle to get such time to do path in such environments.... 

i feel sorry for them but do not support what they wanted to do.... 

an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind..

lets hope waheguru will forgive there mistakes regardless of intentions...

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7 hours ago, preetirani said:

I’ve heard many of are uk jails are dominated by Muslims and many prisoners have converted to Islam solely to survive the hostile environments... I wouldn’t be suprised if they struggle to get such time to do path in such environments.... 

i feel sorry for them but do not support what they wanted to do.... 

an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind..

lets hope waheguru will forgive there mistakes regardless of intentions...

you want to quote Gandhi to sikhs as a valid philosophy when that paedo <banned word filter activated> called Dasmesh pita ji a deluded rebel ? ...

try growing a spine and seeing the world for what it is non-friendly to sikhi ...or anything Godly or good and decide to fight for right and justice for the oppressed otherwise what good is your sikhi ?... we are all supposed to bring light to this dark world ...not hide our God given jot under a kambal and turn a blind eye

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16 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

you want to quote Gandhi to sikhs as a valid philosophy when that paedo <banned word filter activated> called Dasmesh pita ji a deluded rebel ? ...

try growing a spine and seeing the world for what it is non-friendly to sikhi ...or anything Godly or good and decide to fight for right and justice for the oppressed otherwise what good is your sikhi ?... we are all supposed to bring light to this dark world ...not hide our God given jot under a kambal and turn a blind eye

Hmm... so attempting to kill is the right way of bringing so called light to the world?

Intresting.....

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5 minutes ago, preetirani said:

Hmm... so attempting to kill is the right way of bringing so called light to the world?

Intresting.....

Errmm did it ever occur to you that those people tried to put out that light in the first place?

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3 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

Errmm did it ever occur to you that those people tried to put out that light in the first place?

They tried to so we should also do the same....

i suppose you simpathys with other religious extremists too then?

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1 hour ago, preetirani said:

They tried to so we should also do the same....

It's good for mind, body, and soul.

You should try it.

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6 hours ago, preetirani said:

They tried to so we should also do the same....

i suppose you simpathys with other religious extremists too then?

maybe you believe Gandhi's other gems like my sisters if you are being raped , don't fight or scream but remain placid and pray for your rapist...

fitte muh

Brar was responsible for supplying cigarettes beers and allowing his soldiers to rape women and children then kill them in the Harmandir Sahib Temple complex , maybe you want to send him a muffin basket with a note to say 'tut tut naughty boy shame shame'
he is responsible for torturing, killing and burning the bodies of OUR FAMILY ... it was never under orders but of a personal zeal

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4 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

maybe you believe Gandhi's other gems like my sisters if you are being raped , don't fight or scream but remain placid and pray for your rapist...

fitte muh

Brar was responsible for supplying cigarettes beers and allowing his soldiers to rape women and children then kill them in the Harmandir Sahib Temple complex , maybe you want to send him a muffin basket with a note to say 'tut tut naughty boy shame shame'
he is responsible for torturing, killing and burning the bodies of OUR FAMILY ... it was never under orders but of a personal zeal

Thanks for replying. I couldn't be bothered to reply to someone who thinks it's wrong to take away the life of an individual who is guilty of crimes against humanity.

She seems to think it's religious extremism to try and off one person who destroyed the most holy shrine of your faith and killed god knows how many of your fellow brothers and sisters.

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On 30/09/2017 at 9:04 PM, S4NGH said:

Was it an attack to kill brar or simply a message to him and india that we haven't forgotten? Brar and the media blew the minor scuffle way out of proportion. I don't think they intended on taking his life... And if they did, Maharaaj has other plans for him...

Please they.. They tried to slit his throat but were incompetent.. I think it is a stretch of the imagination to think that they were just anything more than  idiots 

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On 05/01/2018 at 11:46 PM, jkvlondon said:

you want to quote Gandhi to sikhs as a valid philosophy when that paedo <banned word filter activated> called Dasmesh pita ji a deluded rebel ? ...

try growing a spine and seeing the world for what it is non-friendly to sikhi ...or anything Godly or good and decide to fight for right and justice for the oppressed otherwise what good is your sikhi ?... we are all supposed to bring light to this dark world ...not hide our God given jot under a kambal and turn a blind eye

I'm no fan of gandhi but even less of a fan of nonsense.. Please provide some references to support your assertions.. 

To bring the light in to the world you first have to atleast try and speak the truth 

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9 hours ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Please they.. They tried to slit his throat but were incompetent.. I think it is a stretch of the imagination to think that they were just anything more than  idiots 

Unlike you of course?

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On 05/01/2018 at 2:13 PM, monatosingh said:

Did they do their nitnem in jail

Do you mean are they allowed Gutka Sahibs in prison, the answer is yes? Really, as a minimum, 7 Nitnem banian should be kanth. 

The act itself was an embarrassment, either that or something just does not stack up. Leaving the %^&*£$ fool with friction burns from blunt kirpans is like woah....just lost for words. 

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