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(Literally the word Sikh means a student or learner) A Sikh is a member of a religious order founded by Guru Nanak Ji in the 15th century. He is a believer in one 'God' and a keeper of His 'IMAGE'. To say that SIKHISM is a branch of Hinduism is as much correct or incorrect as to say that Christianity is a branch of Judaism.
Sikhs are believers in peace. They believe in 1 God(WAHEGURU)and believe that there is only 1 God, just many names.
Sikhism teaches no religion is wrong. they are all right in their own ways.

Regions with significant populations;
• India
• United Kingdom
• Canada
• New Zealand
• United States
• Australia
• Pakistan
• Middle East
• East Africa
• Association of Southeast Asian Nations
• European Union.

Due to the turbans Sikhs wear, people in Western countries have sometimes confused Sikhs with Middle Eastern men or Muslims. This has affected Sikhs in times of conflict with elements of the Middle East. For example, during the Iranian hostage crisis when the government of Iran held Americans hostages in its own country, some people in Western countries misunderstood the Sikh turban as a turban worn by some Middle Eastern men, they did not understand it is also worn in India. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, some people associated Sikhs with terrorists or members of the Taliban. A few days after the attack, Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Sikh man, was gunned down by a person who thought that the victim had ties to Al-Qaeda. They are also seen as PAKI's by a great population of miss-understud people who seem to think that Sikhs originate from Pakistan when in actuall facts they originate from India and therefore aren't Paki's. CNN suggests that there has been an increase in hate-crimes against innocent Sikh people in the United States and the UK due to dum, retarded and racist bastards who shall die after great pain and anguish in the lowest pits of hell and suffer significent amounts of affliction, agony, anguish, anxiety, bitterness, despondency, distress, grief, heartache, hurt, malaise, misery, rack, sadness, shock, suffering, torment, torture, travail, tribulation, woe, worry, wretchedness.

Sikhs fought in both World Wars, such as, fighting in disproportionately large numbers, approximately 10 fold, in both World War One and World War Two for the allies in the liberation of Europe and displaying exceptional bravery and heroism. This resulted in them winning one of the highest per capital number of Victoria crosses for bravery, heroism and fearlessness. they faught for those same racist white bastards who now live peacefully. without us sikhs, you people would have been living as german Nazis, most of you suffering and enduring great amounts of torture.
BE GREATFUL IN THE MOST SUPREME WAY TO US SIKHS, WHO FOUGHT TO SAVE YOUR LIVES, SO YOU WHITE AMERICANS, BRITISH AND EUROPEANS COULD LIVE HAPPY AND PEACEFUL LIVES!

SIKH: without us sikhs, who white people would no longer exist as you are.

WHITE PERSON: oh thank you so much your majesty. i wash your pure feet and drink the holy water. i am ever so greatful of you and your fellow, brave, indomitable Sikhs who fought for us coward white people. THANK YOU!
by Punjabi Soorma April 05, 2007

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