Avoidance & Lies
Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 10, 2012 at 18:01
"Our dear Amin al-tablighee is realizing that the word receipt in Arabic means receipt and the word istilam means receiving and the word istislam means surrendering as in"
It is a poor effort to demonise me by childish name calling. And the above is an utter lie. "Istislam" was NEVER under debate . . . and attempting to make that an issue is another fallacious & idiotic attempt.
So is pretending THAT Istilaam DOES NOT mean Receipt. It is simply IDIOTIC. . . . given how many dictionaries say other wise.
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"and if you were smart enough you would have noticed that I use Arabic/Arabic dictionary as there is no reason for me or for you to let us say consult an Urdu/English dictionary for the meaning of an Urdu word when you have Urdu/Urdu dictionary and if you do not get this much then you need to go and read some real books about translations"
Another lie! I have NEVER posted a link or reference of an Arabic Urdu dictionary. There is nothing wrong with it. . . other than - there are no Urdu speakers here. Hence Arabic English.
And the link you posted DOES NOT OPEN.
And when have you posted or mentioned Arabic/Arabic dictionary?
Almmany OBVIOUSLY doesn't count . . . . as it is COMPLETELY against you.
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"So one more time: the word wasl and isal means receipt and the word istilam means receiving and do me a favor learn first how do translating works"
So why do . . .
Al Marid, Babylon, Hans Wher, Google, Almaany. . . and what not
See why it that you cannot answer this ?
Why did you EVEN choose to lie about this?
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"So you tell us how come islam is not called Istislam?"
Meaningless rubbish . either stick to above or go away Not more nonsense from you.
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