Solid Sikh-Muslim unity broken by Brahminists to rule India

This refers to the Letter of a Sikh brother Balwant Singh Bohoru (DV May 1, 2010, p.15). He expresses animosity, hatred and suspicion against Islam and Muslims. More shocking is he considers the Editor of DV an enemy of Sikhs, minorities and Dalits.
In an earlier Letter in DV, he had raised many issues that represent misconceptions and distortions which are typical of malicious anti-Islam propaganda of the Christian Orientalists. Such propaganda is directed to create Islamophobia (i.e. fear of Islam) in the minds of non-Muslims. I thank Brother Balwant for expressing the issue which are so many. For lack of space, it is not possible to deal with each of the issue in depth. I take this opportunity to present my ideas about the nature of Sikh-Muslim misunderstandings.


Abdul Mugni of Patna University, Bihar, has written a book on Aurangzeb Alamgir. The Brahminic-racist terrorist party, RSS, had demanded a ban on this book and they succeeded in banning it. Jamate-Islami has published its Urdu version and it is available with its publishing wing Markazi Maktaba Islami.

In the book, Prof. Mugni says:

“The British, and then later the racist Aryan Hindus took advantage of the animosity between the Sikhs and the Muslims and they exploited the situation to the full. The British and the Aryan Hindu historians exaggerated the wrongs committed by the Muslim rulers of India against the Sikhs, and they invented many more lies of wrongs supposedly committed by the Muslim rulers against the Sikhs.


The enemies of humanity succeeded through the policy of divide and rule.

Prof. Mugni has made it clear that Sikhism was primarily a revolt against the Aryan Hindus and the casteism (which is a form of racism) and a protest against the superstitions and idol-worship of Brahminism that blindfolds the indigenous people of India to the Brahminical oppression and exploitation.

It was mainly the Brahmins and the other upper caste Aryans that hatched a conspiracy against the Sikhs and the Sikh leaders.

Certain Muslim officials of the Muslim rulers proved instruments in the invisible hands of the Brahmins in carrying out of this conspiracy. Muslim feudal lords, officials and governors depended on upper caste Aryans and their cooperation for tax collection, and for the smooth running of the administrative system. The Muslim high-officers were manipulated by the Brahmins.


The banning of Prof. Mugni’s book proves that the Brahminic racists are the guilty party. Why they are not allowing the Indian masses to know the Muslim version of the history? There could be various interpretations of a given history based on facts.

The right to freedom of speech and expression is a myth in India. This right and also the other human rights remain only on paper in India and they are not actualised in reality.

The traditions of cooperation, friendship and mutual respect between Sikhs and Muslims are much older, stronger, and deeper than the misunderstandings and baseless hatred. Here I am providing a few historical facts with the hope that they will contribute positively for the dialogue between the Sikhs and Muslims.


Guru Nanak (1469-1538), the founder of Sikhism, a religion with abut 5 million followers, was born a Kshatriya in rural Punjab in North India at a time when India was ruled by the Muslim kings.

Guru Nanak was inspired and influenced by the sufi movement that had given rise to Bhakti movement among Hindu “low castes” and the sudra castes. All these great reformers, poets, such as Meera Bai, Kabir, Surdas, Purandara Das, Namdev etc. were people of great talent and the product of Bhakti movement, which was directly influenced sufi movement.

The message of these reformers was almost always the same. To love god is to love all human beings equally and without discrimination. God has not created human beings into high or low status, or, in a pure state or in an impure state. It is the evil that man commits make him impure.

Kabir Das was the son of a Muslim julaha (the weaver) of Benaras and a close friend and associate of Guru Nanak in his mission to fight the caste system and untouchability that Brahminism had created. They both rejected the Vedas and all the Brahminic concepts including avatar and the varnashrama.

Nanak was deeply impressed by Islam specially Tawheed (i.e. oneness of god) and Akhuwat (brotherhood of all the believers on the basis of equality). Nanak took his concept of god from Islam. 


Nanak and Kabeer together travelled a good part of Indian subcontinent to preach and spread their beliefs. On one occasion in the event of a war Nanak presented himself before the Muslim emperor, Babar, and lodged a complaint against the atrocities of war and presented a list of demands for relief works. Babar honoured him by offering a seat beside him and accepted all of his demands.

A Sikh IAS officer, Sher Singh, was proposed for the highest award in the Muslim word, the Faisal Award, (1994) for writing the book, Babar — The Secular King. But the W. Bengal Govt. opposed it.

Nanak went to Makkah and Madina, then to Iraq to understand in-depth the nature of conflict and skirmish that existed between the ulemas and the sufis and to gain a deeper understanding of Islam. After returning home he rested for a while, then again he undertook a journey to Tibet to meet the Budhist monks to study Budhism and to understand the similarities between the egalitarian religions. It is reported that he died on his way to Tibet.


Mian Meer was another Muslim sufi saint, a great admirer and sympthiser of Sikhs. Baba Fareed, the Muslim sufi saint, is also revered and loved by our Sikh brethren.

On the eve of the Indo-Pak partition (1947), racist Hindus instigated Sikhs to kill Muslims migrating to Pakistan. Tens of thousands Muslims were slaughtered.

Muslims are ready to forgive our Sikh brothers for this single act that Sikhs are not a racist people. And also for the reason that the Sikh-Muslim animosity was fully engineered by the racist Hindus. I strongly endorse and support the line of our Editor, who wants to strength every jati and every community and also to strengthen the identity and culture of every jati and community in order to destroy the hold and the power of Brahminism.

As the issue of the unity of the Bahujans (the indigenous peoples and communities of India) is concerned, we should first achieve Bahujan unity. The unity of Bahujans is a must condition if we want to succeed in our endeavour.

Not a single community should be left out. All the Indian communities who are victims of Brahminism — such as Dalits, Muslims, Tribals, Sikhs and Christians should be brought together. Under no circumstance, we should criticise each other.

Every jati and every “minority” draws strength from each other’s strength against Aryan serpents.

Today, a war is being waged against Islam in the name of “war on terrorism”.

Brahminists thrive by making brothers fight brothers
The very foundation stone of the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine of the Sikhs at Amritsar, was laid by a famous Muslim saint, Baba Farid. To that extent the Sikhs and Muslims were united against Brahminism.

Jinnah’s offer to Sikhs: Guru Nanak was born in a village near Lahore (now in Pakistan). Sikhs from India and outside are welcomed in thousands and feasted by the Pakistan govt. every year.

There is very little difference between Sufism and Bhakti movement which is a product of Sufism.

Guru Nanak not only visited Macca but travelled to Iraq and visited many Muslim holy places.

M.A. Jinnah offered the Sikhs an exclusive and a constitutionally protected area within Pakistan but the Brahminical agent, Master Tara Singh, rejected the offer and the Sikhs are today paying a heavy price for the folly of Master Tara Singh,

The “Blue Star” was launched killing thousands of Sikhs in the year 1982 and the Sikhs recruitment to army, once dominated by the brave sardarjis, is almost stopped, along with that of Muslims.

Brahminists made the Sikhs fight Muslims. And once that is over they cut Sikhs to size and impoverished Punjab itself. Today they are instigating the Punjabi Dalits against Sikhs. Brahminism thrives by making brothers fight brothers — EDITOR.



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