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People need to wake up. This is the 21st century. We are not living how our Guru's once lived. We are so lucky to be safe and have all the necessities of life. The sword is not our God. The Guru Granth Sahib is not our God. No person living is our Guru. We carry the light of God within us all. Our first Guru has taught us that. God is everywhere, in each living being. This act of "Jhatka" is a barbaric act done by a sect of Sikhs who have no idea what our first guru preached. He tried to lead us away from rituals, away from praying to statues/objects, away from being cruel to ourselves and others. He taught us to love all. Whether Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian, Jew. He taught us to love all living things, human and non-human. So these people who kill these poor innocent animals are doing it as a ritual, which our first Guru has told us to steer away from. This is not an argument of eating meat or not eating meat. That is a completely different argument and topic. But what this is about is ritual practices. These people believe that they are pleasing God by killing an innocent animal and rubbing it's blood on weaponry. These kind of rituals took place thousands of years ago when humans were not as educated as they are now. They still take place in some parts of Africa, again due to lack of education. These people are not Sikhs. They are cruel and barbaric and uneducated. I hope and pray for these people and may God help them.