• India warns travelers of “pro-Khalistan” hate crimes in Canada https://tnc.news/2022/09/23/india-hate-crimes/ via @truenorthcentre
    India warns travelers of “pro-Khalistan” hate crimes in Canada https://tnc.news/2022/09/23/india-hate-crimes/ via @truenorthcentre
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    India warns travellers of “pro-Khalistan” hate crimes in Canada
    On Friday, India’s external affairs ministry warned that “sectarian violence” and anti-Indian sentiments are on the rise in Canada. 
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  • it's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at.
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    it's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at. https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
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  • It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at.
    https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
    It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at. https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
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  • It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at.
    https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
    It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at. https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
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  • It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at.
    https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
    It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at. https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
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  • It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at.
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    It's impossible to trace the journey of Guru Nanak and Sikhism without crossing the border. The Sikh guru was born in 1469 and was then part of the undivided India. He traveled the region, spreading his teachings of love and tolerance. Many centuries later, the land was partitioned, but signs of the guru can still be found on both sides of the border. Every year, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Pakistan allows a small number of pilgrims from India to visit Gurudwara Nankana Sahib, the shrine at his place of birth. But that isn't the only one—while one gurudwara has his hand imprints, the other is a place he took refuge at. https://assets.cntraveller.in/photos/60ba154de1b212c19a817872/master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/GettyImages-167283628-866x694.jpg
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  • https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/09/23/vp-harris-gop-agenda-about-taking-away-the-individual-right-to-make-private-decisions/

    Look who's talking about taking rights, the queen of lockdowns, vaccine mandates, mask mandates, vaccination card mandates, travel Bans, etc, etc.
    https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/09/23/vp-harris-gop-agenda-about-taking-away-the-individual-right-to-make-private-decisions/ Look who's talking about taking rights, the queen of lockdowns, vaccine mandates, mask mandates, vaccination card mandates, travel Bans, etc, etc.
    WWW.BREITBART.COM
    VP Harris: GOP Agenda About 'Taking Away the Individual Right to Make Private Decisions'
    Vice President Kamala Harris said Thursday to Vice News that Republicans' agenda was about "taking away the individual right to make private decisions for themselves." | Clips
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  • Documentary on #ProjectLookingGlass [Part 3]

    Part Three: The DCTP, CERN, A.I. and the Path to a Positive Future

    #TimeTravel #TimeTechnology #UFOs #UAPs #AlienContact #Aliens #Disclosure #AI #CERN #TheGreatReset

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/P1DQO3kpNxXP/
    Documentary on #ProjectLookingGlass [Part 3] Part Three: The DCTP, CERN, A.I. and the Path to a Positive Future #TimeTravel #TimeTechnology #UFOs #UAPs #AlienContact #Aliens #Disclosure #AI #CERN #TheGreatReset https://www.bitchute.com/video/P1DQO3kpNxXP/
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    The Bible says that there will be famines, pestilences, wars, and rumours of wars IN THESE TIMES - are you prepared?

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    And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these are the beginning of sorrows.

    Matthew 24:6-8

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    https://youtu.be/J7QqSYBUhmY

    #God #JesusIsLord #Christianity #Christian #BibleProphecy #Riots #Protests #Lawlessness #Arson #Looting #CivilWar #Anarchy #Patriots #Militia #Insurrection #Trump #Women4Trump #BackTheBlue #Election #StopTheSteal #GameStop #Maga #Potus #Bindingprecedent #Oped #Mask #Constitution #Coronavirus #COVID #COVID-19 #COVID19 #Corona #Virus #Liberty #Fauci #Biden #Law #Government #Lockdown #Vaccine #Constitution #AOC #Republican #Democrat #Communism #Socialism #Capitalism #Texas #California #NewYork #Governor #President #Senator #Congress #DC #GatewayPundit #RedState #WhiteHouse #Freedom #Breitbart #Orthodox #EasternOrthodox #FlatEarth #666 #MarkOfTheBeast #Angels #Demons #UFO #UAP #Frenfinder #Anime #VideoGames #Gaming #News #Israel #Jews #palestine #War #Russia #Catholic #RomanCatholic #TradCatholics #Eucharist #Rosary #Saints #Pope #Pride #LGBTQ #LGBT #Androgynous #Epicene #BLM #Antifa #ARA #Witchcraft #Spells #Magick #Magic #Witch #Sorcery #Astrology #Tarot #Zodiac #Wiccan #Pagan #Alter #Esoteric #Heathen #Yoga #Satanism #Occult #Weddings #Marriage #Divorce #Divorced #Remarriage #Datingadvice #Singles #Couples #Relationships #Wine #Winelover #Beer #Nightlife #Booze #Cocktails #Clubbing #Tourism #Travel #Vacation #Bar #Casino #Gambling #Vegas #Lasvegas #Cruise #Drugs #Cannabis #Dance #Party #Celebration #Music #Famine #FoodShortage #CivilWar #War #WW3 #WWIII #FoodRiots #FoodRationing #Pestilence #Tribulation
    ---------- The Bible says that there will be famines, pestilences, wars, and rumours of wars IN THESE TIMES - are you prepared? ---------- And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. Matthew 24:6-8 ---------- https://youtu.be/J7QqSYBUhmY #God #JesusIsLord #Christianity #Christian #BibleProphecy #Riots #Protests #Lawlessness #Arson #Looting #CivilWar #Anarchy #Patriots #Militia #Insurrection #Trump #Women4Trump #BackTheBlue #Election #StopTheSteal #GameStop #Maga #Potus #Bindingprecedent #Oped #Mask #Constitution #Coronavirus #COVID #COVID-19 #COVID19 #Corona #Virus #Liberty #Fauci #Biden #Law #Government #Lockdown #Vaccine #Constitution #AOC #Republican #Democrat #Communism #Socialism #Capitalism #Texas #California #NewYork #Governor #President #Senator #Congress #DC #GatewayPundit #RedState #WhiteHouse #Freedom #Breitbart #Orthodox #EasternOrthodox #FlatEarth #666 #MarkOfTheBeast #Angels #Demons #UFO #UAP #Frenfinder #Anime #VideoGames #Gaming #News #Israel #Jews #palestine #War #Russia #Catholic #RomanCatholic #TradCatholics #Eucharist #Rosary #Saints #Pope #Pride #LGBTQ #LGBT #Androgynous #Epicene #BLM #Antifa #ARA #Witchcraft #Spells #Magick #Magic #Witch #Sorcery #Astrology #Tarot #Zodiac #Wiccan #Pagan #Alter #Esoteric #Heathen #Yoga #Satanism #Occult #Weddings #Marriage #Divorce #Divorced #Remarriage #Datingadvice #Singles #Couples #Relationships #Wine #Winelover #Beer #Nightlife #Booze #Cocktails #Clubbing #Tourism #Travel #Vacation #Bar #Casino #Gambling #Vegas #Lasvegas #Cruise #Drugs #Cannabis #Dance #Party #Celebration #Music #Famine #FoodShortage #CivilWar #War #WW3 #WWIII #FoodRiots #FoodRationing #Pestilence #Tribulation
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  • Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur.
    Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, also called Kartarpur Sahib, is a gurdwara in Kartarpur, located in Shakargarh, Narowal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1][2] It is built on the historic site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, settled and assembled the Sikh community after his missionary travels (updates to Haridwar, Mecca-Medina, Lanka, Baghdad, Kashmir and Nepal[3][4]) and lived for 18 years until his death in 1539.[5] It is one of the holiest sites in Sikhism, alongside the Golden Temple in Amritsar and Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib.[6][7]
    The Gurdwara is also notable for its location near the border between Pakistan and India. The shrine is visible from the Indian side of the border.[8] Indian Sikhs gather in large numbers on bluffs to perform darshan, or sacred viewing of the site, from the Indian side of the border.[9] The Kartarpur Corridor was opened by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on 9 November 2019, the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and just days before the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. This historic moment officially allowed Indian Sikh pilgrims rare visa-free access to the site in Pakistan.[10][11] It is also claimed to be the largest gurdwara in the world.[
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d0/Kartarpur_Guru_Nanak.jpg/220px-Kartarpur_Guru_Nanak.jpg
    Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, also called Kartarpur Sahib, is a gurdwara in Kartarpur, located in Shakargarh, Narowal District, in the Punjab province of Pakistan.[1][2] It is built on the historic site where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, settled and assembled the Sikh community after his missionary travels (updates to Haridwar, Mecca-Medina, Lanka, Baghdad, Kashmir and Nepal[3][4]) and lived for 18 years until his death in 1539.[5] It is one of the holiest sites in Sikhism, alongside the Golden Temple in Amritsar and Gurdwara Janam Asthan in Nankana Sahib.[6][7] The Gurdwara is also notable for its location near the border between Pakistan and India. The shrine is visible from the Indian side of the border.[8] Indian Sikhs gather in large numbers on bluffs to perform darshan, or sacred viewing of the site, from the Indian side of the border.[9] The Kartarpur Corridor was opened by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on 9 November 2019, the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and just days before the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. This historic moment officially allowed Indian Sikh pilgrims rare visa-free access to the site in Pakistan.[10][11] It is also claimed to be the largest gurdwara in the world.[ https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d0/Kartarpur_Guru_Nanak.jpg/220px-Kartarpur_Guru_Nanak.jpg
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