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I do not believe Sikhism contains elements of either avodah zarah or problematic Shituf. Sikhism is a strict monotheism (Ek Onkar - One God) based on the teachings of the 11 Gurus (10 human teachers, one textual, the Guru Grath Sahib). It was started around 1500 CE by Guru Nanak in the Punjab part of India. For baptized (ordained/confirmed) Sikhs (male ...


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Yes, but not because the Mitzvos Bnei Noach apply to Jews. The Sheva Mitzvos are not to (1) eat a limb from live animal, (2) commit idolatry, (3) murder, (4) commit adultery, (5) steal, (6) have a city without a court system, or (7) "bless" (curse) Hashem. (1) Eating a limb from a live animal is prohibited by the Mitzvah of Shechitah. (2-4) Idolatry, ...



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