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Do we resemble Alexander or Christ in our deeds. A tribute to the people of Punjab

Discussion in 'History of Sikhism' started by hps62, Aug 12, 2006.

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    Punjabis and sikhs in particular have for some unknown reason always earned congrulation form outsiders rather than its own people

    " guess ghar ki murgi dal barabar "



    Just read few lines and decided to share it with you all:---


    1 ) To quote Alexander the great In a letter to his mother he wrote:--

    "I am involved in the land of a leonine and brave people, where every foot of the ground is like a well of steel, confronting my soldier. You have brought only one son into the world, but everyone in this land can be called an Alexander” ( wikepedia ).

    and as per British preacher after witnessing the Guru ka bagh massacre :--


    2 ) Father Andrews, a Christian missionary brought over during the British Raj in a concerted attempt to spread Christianism, witnessed the event. He cried when he saw the cruelties being inflicted on the unarmed, hymn-singing Sikhs and declared:
    "I see hundreds of Christs being crucified every day"



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