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Question about prayer in Mosque/Gurdwara

Hi, sorry if this isn’t the right place to ask this, and please direct me to the correct place if so!

I understand that it is forbidden for Jews to enter a Christian Church and pray due to the presence of idols and the division of the trinity.

However I’ve read that Jews may go into a Mosque and even pray even if there are symbols, because there isn’t an actual depiction of Mohammed, and because it is monotheistic the space is in the correct spirit of things “directed to the right place”. https://aish.com/visiting-a-mosque/

I’d like to know if this is also true of a Sikh Gurdwara, which is also a space for monotheistic prayer, directed towards Waheguru, the singular wondrous enlightner. There are symbols same as a mosque but no depictions of Waheguru, also same as a mosque.

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