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Religion books Swearing an oath on religious book in court makes a mockery of religion, spiritual leaders have said. The Network of Sikh Organisations warned that official advice saying Sikhs can swear on a holy book is inappropriate and said that the "business of oath taking serves only to trivialise religion and is rooted in deep superstition". They called the advice "regrettable" and said Sikhism "rejects all forms of superstition", adding: "We take the view that a truly religious person would be inclined to tell the truth irrespective of an oath.
This is an extract from the holy book the Guru Granth Sahib, which cannot be used in court because to do so is "highly offensive and hurtful to Sikhs", the guidance says. Alternatively, it says, they can affirm without swearing on a holy book.
The guidance was produced following consultation with the Sikh Council UK. Some Christians also do not swear on a holy book because of a passage in the New Testament in which Jesus instructs his followers during the Sermon on the Mount to "make no oath at all".
In James the Bible also says: "swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yes be yes; and your no, no; lest you fall into condemnation. Religious Jews would not take an oath but would make an affirmation on the Hebrew Bible, the Board of Jewish Deputies, said, because they are instructed not to make oaths except "in the most dire of circumstances".
In a judge presiding over the trial of a man accused of robbing a kebab house in Birkenhead, Merseyside, stopped his trial after it emerged that the kebab house manager, a Muslim, had sworn his oath on a Bible instead of a Koran.
The judge later admitted he had made a mistake because the man had knowingly chosen to swear his oath on the Bible, and it was therefore valid. A spokesman for Sikh Council UK said: "There is no historical practice or tradition of swearing oaths on religious scriptures and texts in the Sikh faith. As stated, it did consult the Sikh Council UK for this section.
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