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The incident underscores the precarious condition of minorities in Pakistan, who live under constant fear of persecution at the hands of the Muslim majority. It also shows that the Kartarpur corridor initiative by Pakistan was just a smokescreen, an attempt to create fissures between the Indian government and Indian Sikhs and to hide the abject conduct meted out to the minorities in Pakistan.

While Pakistan PM Imran Khan blathers about the perceived persecution of minorities in India and accuses the Indian government of being fascist and racist, his own country, Pakistan, treats its minorities as second-class citizens, depriving them of their basic rights and subjecting them to violence and brutality. It is to this end, that the Indian government enacted the Citizenship Amendment Act that intends to grant citizenship to persecuted minorities-Jains, Sikhs, Christians, Parsis, Buddhists and Hindus from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

 

https://www.opindia.com/2020/01/pakistan-muslim-mob-pelt-stones-gurudwara-nankana-sahib-say-wont-let-sikhs-live/

 

 

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https://www.dawn.com/news/1025160

 

And these greenbros want to give themselves medals for "opening" Kartarpur so that they can loot $20 per person jaziya from Indians.  Read the article thats linked - Sikhs being publicly beat up - for no reason, refused food and service by restaurants.  

 

That picture of the mosque "minaret" says it all.  The place where Guru Nanak was born, they need to build a mosque with a prayer floor that's "above" the gurudwara?  Petty stupid ignorant bigots. 

 

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And btw this is not the end of the issue

 

These people backed off cause there was intense media spotlight which forced pak authorities to act.

 

Once that focus shifts these Sikhs will be picked off one by one. They still have to live in this town at the end of the day.

 

What you will see is a series of murders which will be dismissed as crime related.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, G_B_ said:

And btw this is not the end of the issue

 

These people backed off cause there was intense media spotlight which forced pak authorities to act.

 

Once that focus shifts these Sikhs will be picked off one by one. They still have to live in this town at the end of the day.

 

What you will see is a series of murders which will be dismissed as crime related.

 

 

And you know the dimwit immy will come out as a hero for our retarded seculars 

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India is simply trying to deflect all the attention of this rather small matter in Pak from it's own CAA mess that has millions protesting in their own country. What happened was a a personal argument between two men that spilled over, that's all. No one died or anything like at all so India can relax. As this Pak Sikh gentlemen rightfully says India should worry about their own anti Muslim laws instead of poking their nose in to our affairs. Mamta Banerjee yesterday said so to that Modi answer to everything is "Pakistan".

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India is simply trying to deflect all the attention of this rather small matter in Pak from it's own CAA mess that has millions protesting in their own country. What happened was a a personal argument between two men that spilled over, that's all. No one died or anything like at all so India can relax. As this Pak Sikh gentlemen rightfully says India should worry about their own anti Muslim laws instead of poking their nose in to our affairs. Mamta Banerjee yesterday said so to that Modi answer to everything is "Pakistan".

Pakistan has problems. It would be wise for you citizens to acknowledge that. Girls from minority communities are getting kidnapped , getting married and converted. You have Baluchistan problem where people disappear.  Multiple  problems. The Hindus and Sikhs cant even get justice in your courts. 

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11 hours ago, Aiden said:

 

What happened was a a personal argument between two men that spilled over, that's all. No one died or anything like at all so India can relax. 

If a non-muslim had shouted "muslims, I am coming for you", and stones had been thrown at a mosque, would he get away with just an "apology" video on facebook?  In a 'country' where even an accusation of 'blasphemy' is enough to kill somebody or jail them for decades, where is the justice for this moron, and the rest of the mob?  

 

You are so bigoted that you can't even see the naked double standards and pure oppression.  Nankana Sahib is a holy place.  There was a whole mob shouting fanatic Islamic slogans there.  Not just one person.  And poor sikhs have to "forgive" them in the interests of survival.  

 

All you are concerned about, is the "bad publicity" that your country is getting.  Read this if you have balls that is - https://www.dawn.com/news/1025160

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The eateries in the entire bazaar that is frequented by the local Sikhs either plainly refuse to serve them or have separate cups and glasses for them. Kalyan Singh who has spent almost his entire here can even tell you which rehri wala will serve him and which won't.

A massive mosque is under construction just next to Gurudwara Janam Asthan. Its minaret is so tall that it could not be constructed the way minarets of most mosques are. So, it has a special design that enables the maulanas to snarl at this minuscule community from the heights of their hateful selves. The mosque is designed to dwarf the Gurudwara. A further element of insult, that is cast in concrete is that the prayer compound of the mosque is constructed on an unusually high platform, that is higher than the highest point of the prayer hall of the Gurudwara. So that the Muslims can remain a floor above. Does that make them nearer to God?

Kalyan Singh who is pursuing his doctorate at tge Punjab University had bruises on his hands and face the day I met him. He told me that while in a government office today, he was shoved and pushed to the ground by a stranger for nothing. "It happens many a times, people misbehave with us in public for the fun of it," he told me with a grim face. I am afraid that some must do it for a sawab as well.

 

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As a person from a Sikh background I've always been suspicious of muslims because of incidents like this.

 

One thing I have noticed is that Pakistanis seem to hate Hindus even more than Sikhs.

 

It must be to do with idol worship, shirk as they call it. Such pathetic people. Just let people worship however they want to.

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20 minutes ago, Ranvir said:

As a person from a Sikh background I've always been suspicious of muslims because of incidents like this.

 

One thing I have noticed is that Pakistanis seem to hate Hindus even more than Sikhs.

 

It must be to do with idol worship, shirk as they call it. Such pathetic people. Just let people worship however they want to.

Pakistanis do not have a monopoly on prejudice and bigotry - its a human condition, and well prevalent all over the sub-continent.  Problem is that in greenbro-stan, the prejudice is institutionalized legally and in society.  

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