Narayanjot Kaur (aka Antonia D’Onofrio) was contacted at her university by someone (precisely at 3:28 pm DST-US or 15.28 -4 GMT) and the conversation lasted 13 minutes. A quick check by the campus security department indicated that the caller had blocked his phone number. For anyone contemplating further conversations please keep these caveats in mind.
Contacting someone at her place of work to state that her position on Dasam Granth has hurt your religious sentiments is childish and ineffective.
Alleging to be “Rupinder Singh” from the “UK” with ties to British Nihangs and “connections” to Budda Dal, yet refusing to give an email address or phone number, is pure cowardice.
Quoting the Quran to prove that the self-righteousness of Sikhs is more worthy than the self-righteousness of Muslims is a sign of bizarre thought processes.
Claiming one must read Dasam Granth in the original, and expecting someone to believe you have so done, just because you say you did, is raw comedy.
Claiming to have seen an ” original bir ” of Dasam Granth, in the possession of Nirmalas, that few have seen, means you don’t realize that secret evidence is not evidence of anything, least of all evidence that Dasam Granth is the banee of anyone.
Stating that the blog kaurkhalsraj is “enticing racial hatred” is a threat.
Justifying threats of violence and name-calling found on many Sikh forums as acceptable behavior means that you live on the margins of civilization.
Rejecting several offers by a co-admin to present your views at Sikh Philosophy network is self-defeating.
Continually referring to Professor Darshan Singh as Darshan “Lal” is sad testimony to the poverty of your ability to debate issues.
Promising to be in touch in the future, then ending the call abruptly, is puerile, presumptuous and crude.