Failed Terrorist State of Pakistan: Idiotic Musings

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Kashmiri meltdown thread, posting here since these guys on this thread have Pakistani mindset only :

Cxotul sullahs have had a mental breakdown since yesterday, its hilarious how these piglet survive on the crums from the Indian state and then bite the hands that feed them. There's a reason why sullahs are disliked worlwide. They don't respect other's religion, culture, and tradition and calls them shirq, tries to impose their own on others, and indulges in everything dissociated with civilised human behaviour.

They cry that NIT Srinagar has so many settler Indians, lmao. Snowniggers get 50% local seat quota like any other state in India, if removed they'll be down to zero.

They earn from India, work in India, then abuse the same country instead of boycotting it. They can't.
They know if tht small patch of land becomes separate, all the essential goods and services will stop, and kashmir will compete with afghanistan, somalia and yemen in development and prosperity :lol:.
 

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I hope he watches his back. The Trashmiris have already posted his real name online and all it takes is one rabid jihadi sullah.
He needs to get the hell out of there as soon as possible. Maybe has to give JEE again and get into other institute. Otherwise its over for him. What was he thinking? Its Kashmir Valley. Hindus are shot down randomly by the Jihadis. And to expose the truth of Muhammad(police be upon him) should be the last thing to do unless you are backed up by a political party with a spine.
 

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Ahmedi themselves are non Muslim who think they have their own prophet other than Muhammad.
The notion that Guru Nanak was a Muslim mystic enjoys wide support in Paxtani Punjab & Sind . This isn't an isolated case. Refer the post immediately after the one you've quoted where Z.A.Bhutto used to participate in Gurbani paath in his hometown once in a year .

Guru Nanak had both - Hindu & Muslim desciples . He proposed a path which wasn't exclusively Hindu or Muslim borrowing heavily from both religions especially Hinduism in his sermons & preachings , a path which many Sufi mystics adopted to convert the Hindus there .
 

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Cxotul sullahs have had a mental breakdown since yesterday, its hilarious how these piglet survive on the crums from the Indian state and then bite the hands that feed them. There's a reason why sullahs are disliked worlwide. They don't respect other's religion, culture, and tradition and calls them shirq, tries to impose their own on others, and indulges in everything dissociated with civilised human behaviour.

They cry that NIT Srinagar has so many settler Indians, lmao. Snowniggers get 50% local seat quota like any other state in India, if removed they'll be down to zero.

They earn from India, work in India, then abuse the same country instead of boycotting it. They can't.
They know if tht small patch of land becomes separate, all the essential goods and services will stop, and kashmir will compete with afghanistan, somalia and yemen in development and prosperity :lol:.
yes....kashmir should be last place nd even lower than union territory to give any kind of government schemes nd investment. except for defence sector needs. there r many states where NIT, AIIMS, metro etc not present...but it already build in kashmir. kashmir number should be last in giving benefit. traitors should be treated brutally.
 

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The notion that Guru Nanak was a Muslim mystic enjoys wide support in Paxtani Punjab & Sind . This isn't an isolated case. Refer the post immediately after the one you've quoted where Z.A.Bhutto used to participate in Gurbani paath in his hometown once in a year .

Guru Nanak had both - Hindu & Muslim desciples . He proposed a path which wasn't exclusively Hindu or Muslim borrowing heavily from both religions especially Hinduism in his sermons & preachings , a path which many Sufi mystics adopted to convert the Hindus there .
can u tell us which "heavily" borrowing sikhism took from muslim??...coz sikhism teaching of praying nirgun brahm is also part of hinduism. just like sikhism, some sect in hinduism also reject some retuals. sikhism in sink of hinduism, just like jainism. although buddhism hv some opposite thinking (like rejecting vedas, aatma, gods etc) than hinduism. but mahayan buddhism is little closer to hinduism.
if sikhism took anything from muslim,,, they didnt become each other enemy. sikh gurus never says protect muslim, but they said protect hindus though. sikh was always born from hindu family in starting. even bigger son of hindu family, consider sikh. we show khalistani nd some punjabi language lover sikh, hv likeness with pakistani nd muslim for obvious reasons.
 
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can u tell us which "heavily" borrowing sikhism took from muslim??...coz sikhism teaching of praying nirgun brahm is also part of hinduism. just like sikhism, some sect in hinduism also reject some retuals. sikhism in sink of hinduism, just like jainism. although buddhism hv some opposite thinking (like rejecting vedas, aatma, gods etc) than hinduism. but mahayan buddhism is little closer to hinduism.
if sikhism took anything from muslim,,, they didnt become each other enemy. sikh gurus never says protect muslim, but they said protect hindus though. sikh was always born from hindu family in starting. even bigger son of hindu family, consider sikh. we show khalistani nd some punjabi language lover sikh, hv likeness with pakistani nd muslim for obvious reasons.
This is what Paxtani Punjab musalman & Sindhi Muslims believe about Guru Nanak.

https://www.alislam.org/articles/birth-of-sikhism/

Just to clarify , I'd take what's written in the linked article with a pinch of salt but that's what the Paxtani muslims believe & by the looks of it a section of Sikhs have started accepting this strand of thought too .

& This is what Wikipedia says

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_Sikhism

The concept of Nirguna Brahmana by the time of Guru Nanak was mostly confined to a few sects like Kabirpanthis. Although a lot of the Bhakti movement sants preached about it invariably they did not emphasize giving up idolatry . In fact most of their desciples were idol worshippers . Ditto for their stance on caste .

You'd have to come down to the 19th century for another such movement like the Arya Samaj to impact Sanatan Dharma & gain as many adherents as Sikhi. Yet where is the Arya Samaj today & how many followers do they command ? Ditto for Kabirpanthis or the other iconoclastic sects in Sanatan Dharma . It's only Sikhi which has prevailed somewhat . And they believe their rejection of idolatry & caste ( although casteism is very much prevalent in Sikhi ) comes from Islamic influences just as inter dining & other minor rituals & traditions like belief in a universal book.
 

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This is what Paxtani Punjab musalman & Sindhi Muslims believe about Guru Nanak.

https://www.alislam.org/articles/birth-of-sikhism/

Just to clarify , I'd take what's written in the linked article with a pinch of salt but that's what the Paxtani muslims believe & by the looks of it a section of Sikhs have started accepting this strand of thought too .

& This is what Wikipedia says

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_Sikhism

The concept of Nirguna Brahmana by the time of Guru Nanak was mostly confined to a few sects like Kabirpanthis. Although a lot of the Bhakti movement sants preached about it invariably they did not emphasize giving up idolatry . In fact most of their desciples were idol worshippers . Ditto for their stance on caste .

You'd have to come down to the 19th century for another such movement like the Arya Samaj to impact Sanatan Dharma & gain as many adherents as Sikhi. Yet where is the Arya Samaj today & how many followers do they command ? Ditto for Kabirpanthis or the other iconoclastic sects in Sanatan Dharma . It's only Sikhi which has prevailed somewhat . And they believe their rejection of idolatry & caste ( although casteism is very much prevalent in Sikhi ) comes from Islamic influences just as inter dining & other minor rituals & traditions like belief in a universal book.
Sikhism was totally different in 1800s till 1890s it had more sects and wide variety of sub belief untill purification movements started by Jatt Sikhs first step was dethroning udasins from gurudwaras later on surviving sub sects were targeted at later stages if you see namdhari Sikh their views are totally different from Jatt Sikhs so are kamoh and many more. Jatt Sikhs developed as supermicist model among Sikhism which was very open contrary to today's scinarios. In 1890s after that a lot of people reverted back to Hinduism
 

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