Reader comment on item: Ankara at War
Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 8, 2012 at 20:43
Try sticking to this:
"So can you tell us our dear Amin who lives among kuffar what does the word isal mean and what does the word wasl mean"
Simple: All one has to do is look in book dictioanry or google or almaany:
Hans Wehr: Pg1073:
Many meanings give for Wasl - Junction, juncture, connection, union, summary, voucher receipt . . . to name a few
Isaal - on the next page - joining connecting. . . . to . . . . receipt, voucher.
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You open too many channels of lies. Let us wrap up all your old lies. . . and put them to bed.
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