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Submitted by surj (United Kingdom), Aug 19, 2007 at 20:25

Jai Hind, Nameste,

Are you not aware that Sikhs borrowed heavily from Islam dogma in the creation of their creed.

If you recon that, Then I am sure you would enlighten us by giving the source of info you have? May be you can give some verses from Grunth Sahib and your Quran which are borrowed from Islam? Are you sure you are not mixing your facts with what Islam has heavily borrowed good things from Bible and Tora? and evil added in by Mohammed.

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