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Charades of Dhimmi

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in response to reader comment: Our dear Amin needs to stick to Urdu

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Dec 3, 2011 at 20:32

You have done this before... outright not telling the truth.

Now how come you did not know that there is no Arabic language root called as-salamu?

Because there is a root called as-salamu. Plain lying would get you no where.

Again you do not have any knowledge of Arabic. That is why best stick to insulting me. And counting bogus welfare checks....

You have done this charade previously. And I won..... but this is so pathetic and childish.

Page 99 of Al- Mawrid and Pg 426 of Hans Wher. Istilaam means receipt.

Enough said.

And what does receipt means for those not able in their English:

noun

1.

a written acknowledgment of having received, or taken into one's possession, a specified amount of money, goods, etc.

2.

receipts, the amount or quantity received.

3.

the act of receiving or the state of being received.

4.

something that is received.

5.

Archaic . recipe.

Dictionary.com

Or Istilaam tassalum means akhadha or he receives (this is grammatical aspect) and do you know what this means/ It means that istilaam means receiving and tassalum is the act of receiving

Try reading what RECEIPT actually means.... then you would know why Istilaam means receipt. Or by looking in dictionary.

Try not to make up stuff.... you know fully well you do not know what you are talking about. This silly non-sense of making up things when you do not know what you are talking about .... saving face .... when damage is too far gone..... nah it wont work.

You have no clue about Arabic. Try learning verb conjugation first....

Submitting....

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