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Bitter Cherries! Lying for the West

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Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 28, 2011 at 19:13

Another crowing (I mean clowning) glory for Dhimmi. He displays his ignorance comment by comment... To fill the gap .... a quick lie here and there. Fear not.... I do not miss much! Even if I do say so myself.

No it is not the word Suleiman is a loan word from Syriac Slyman and not Hebrew Shlomo

So what about a reference? Given in the past you have countless simply made up stuff... more ficiton?

The Arabic version of the name corresponds to the biblical King Solomon the Wise. And which dictionary gives the origin of Suleiman?

I predict now ... you will not answer back to this... as you have NEVER to date been able to do it.

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Sohanallah the word Suleiman has nothing to do with the root SLM! But so is the word salalim so what?

Well ... what a ridiculous thing to say... so what? The so what is confusion of Dr. Pipes - mixing up how the root S L M works to make point which in my opinion is wrong.

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>Words like aslama or islam - are another kettle of fish - these are direct derived nouns from the root.

Really? Mr Einstein do you know what the word F3L really mean?

Another silly meaningless reply. Totally unconnected to the point. You are not convincing anyone of your knowledge with HOT AIR.

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>They fall into set patterns.

Then our dear Amin is quoting another wannabe Arab instead of checking let us say Lisan al-3Arab

No wonder that you believe that an Arbian warlord spoke to an Arabian Allah via an angel

You cannot even read a word of Lisan Ul Arab.... and the writer of that dictionary was a Muslim. Here you also show lack of Arabic knowledge ..... of Arabic Verbs

Given that you do not eve have the concept of Verb Conjugation .... this is a bit adavanced for you. Learn that then I'll shows you what Jazr and Wazn of Verbs means.

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ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is al-salam and he is ignorant because there is no root called al-salam and shame on him for uttering this nonsense and shame on you for repeating this nonsense

Really? Hand Wehr Pg 425.... Salam is the Masadar of the root SLM - else you tell me the classification of the word Salam? Considering you disagree with mine.

ISLAM - is from the root SLM. Why is it that you make up lies on the most idiotic things.... read the full article of Dr. Pipes EVEN that is against your untruth. Bad slippage.

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An Arabic word for "receipt" (a piece of paper showing you've paid for something) is "istilaam", another term with origins in the verbal root [s-l-m].

PP is wrong as the word receipt means wasl and not istilaam

The word istilaam means receiving and not receipt

Bad lie! Pg 426 of Hans Wehr and 99 of Al Mawrid... ? Why they do not agree with you?

Again ... You will simply repeat your lie like the word Haqiqatan - perfectly mentioned in the dictionary... ha ha ha ha.

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... there is no root called Salam there is a root called SLM now do you get it?

Salam is Masdar of SA LI MA - most Arab grammarians (Basra group) consider Masdar to be the source for the Verb (ref: Miat Amil - by Abdul Qahir Jurjani)

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>That is different than saying "the word ISLAM=PEACE". What that quote says is: Islam comes from root word of As-Salamu. And that is correct.

So our dear Amin is saying that islam and salam come from the same root SLM

Congratulations our dear Amin you got it at last

You have to take the biscuit as the most stupidest and hate filled person EVER! Just above in the same comment u deny that ISLAM comes from SALAM - now you are agreeing? WTF!

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The word ISLAM does come from root of SALAM. Any root based dictionary will verify this.

No it does not

Ha ha - read the above. It does. Hans Wehr pg 425 ....

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An Arabic word for "receipt" (a piece of paper showing you've paid for something) is "istilaam", another term with origins in the verbal root [s-l-m].

PP is wrong as the word receipt means wasl and not istilaam

The word istilaam means receiving and not receipt

You keep repeating the bile ...... pg 426 of Hans and pg 99 of Al Mawrid.

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>Again as I have shown words are assigned many meaning as the time progresses.

Wrong again. The Qur'an and the masora stabilized many words so istilaam of Muhammad is still istilaam today and makkar (Oh Allah calls himself makkar or he who deceives) is still makkar today

Ha ha again the deceit ..... and ignorance. All languages progress.... one example the word mudawwana to mean blog. ... etc. Technology is an excellent of how words take on extra connotations. True generally for all language.

Try at least to look up what the science of linguistics is... I know Noam Chomsky is an American genius of the field ... but....

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of this word of the word is "to receive, get, obtain, take possession, acceptance" - it is derived noun of the verb form Iftial (VIII).

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is ifti3al and the word in question would be O glorious graduate of wahhabi central YASTALIM or he receives is from Form VIII which is YAFTA3IL and not your bogus ifti3al

Ha ha ... well done - this time you looked up something and not denied that I did not know what I was talking about.... even if you do pretend Iftial is bogus.

YASTALIM or he receives is from Form VIII which is YAFTA3IL and not your bogus ifti3al

Just learn how Jazr and Wazn work in Arabic

Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semitic_root - a place to start. F 'A L is used as the base pattern. Virtually all Arab grammarians use the masdar rather than the verb - to describe the patter set. For that reason it does not matter which verb - the base patter is always same. Under IFTIAL:

words like: Ijtinab, Ajtanaba Yajtanibu - and etc

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Oh your Arab masters do not use what we kuffar call verb patterns or Forms

Your Arab masters have no clue about verb patters or forms and their strating point is the present tense of the verb pattern /form or starting with F3L

So if Arabs do not know Arabic .... who does. It is after all their language. And the above is the most ridiculous comment of the whole post. No one uses the present tense as starting point. How can you possilbe know of this ..... as you do not even know that VERBS CONJUGATE! ha ha ha .....

Are u still saying Inna is used to determine the gender and plurality of an Arabic verb? Ha ha

Stick to insults.... Arabic is beyond you.

Submitting....

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