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  1. I agree that the thread title is grossly misleading. You need to have better standard. Citing websites who are mainly apologetic to Islamic terrorism is not sensible either.
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  2. If you didn't know there was a government organisation comprising of Hindus called the "Black Cats", they would go around killing Hindus and rampaging about villages disguised as Sikhs. https://www.sikhfreedom.com/introduction-to-black-cats "When the freedom movement of Khalistan was at the peak, the Indian government adopted many immoral and insincere policies to suppress the movement. One of such policies was to malign the reputation of the Sikh fighters by forming groups of goons and criminals and sending them to the homes of the Sikhs to carry out immoral activities in disguise
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  3. Veer ji, who knows what sort of government propaganda he's been reading. He's just ignoring the fact that operation Blue-star and operation Wood-rose even took place.
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  4. http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Operation_Woodrose ""The main purpose of this Operation was to mop up all 20000 Amritdhari Sikhs, especially the young boys, from all villages of Punjab. During this mopping up operation the Army indiscrimi­nately picked up all Sikh boys and other Sikhs who had supported flowing beards and adorned Gatra, a small dag­ger, one of the five symbols prescribed by Guru Gobind Singh; It is preposterous that the Army branded in their official publication "Bat Cheet" all Amritdhari (Baptised)Sikhs as extremists and the Indian government led by Indira Gan-dhi had
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  5. "In the center of a busy Calcutta roundabout stands a 12-foot bronze statue of a celebrated freedom fighter, hanged by the British in 1909. The British called this man, and others in a violent nationalist movement trying to force the British from India, “gentleman terrorists” because of their education and high caste status." http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2018/01/historian-examines-indias-gentlemen-terrorists Does struggling for freedom make these men terrorists? As you can clearly see the people of India viewed these men as freedom fighters, while the oppressive British governmen
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  6. When circumstances demand sikhs by all means should use weapons, you sound like you haven't read dasam granth. How do you know those hindus were innocent. You are blindly believing the government propaganda of the time which painted those hindus as innocent even though they may not be. Kharkus are not terrorists. Period. You have no idea of the circumstances of the time so you can shut up. Thank you.
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  7. Yes, indeed. Even after our gurdwaras had been attacked and countless innocent Sikhs were killed we should have just sat there hoping the government would give us justice. Stop having an opinion on something without having decent knowledge on the subject, beforehand. We did many protests, etc. before 1984 but then Operation Blue Star happened. Operation Woodrose later took place. All options were exhausted, weapons were needed. You saying that shows that you completely lack a brain.
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