„After Guru Arjun Deva had been tortured and done to death by Jahangir, he [Ahmad Sirhindi] wrote in letter No. 193 that “the execution of the accursed kafir of Gobindwal is an important achievement and is the cause of the great defeat of the Hindus.”“

—  Gurū Arjan, Sita Ram Goel: Muslim Separatism - Causes and Consequences.
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