Avoidance ... 2
Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 11, 2012 at 19:51
This is how silly this is . . . .
You know FULL well you are wrong . . . and lying. First you claim HW is wrong . . . at the end you claim - where did you say these dictioanries are wrong.
Then why is it they all say clealry. . . . that Istilaam means
Where are your references. . . . you had one al-maany.com - which quite clealry diagreed with you.
Then you said Wortabet - which conveniently is a short dictionary and does not list the word Istilaam.
All this versus - Google, Babel, Almaan, Hans Wher, Al Mawrid . . . . they all say Istilaam means receipt.
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"For the readers; tablighee twists and turns never end so read and enjoy"
An attempt to demonize - that is all!
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"Now enter half knowledge by our dear Amin al-tablighee I wrote in response to the fact that HW dictionary tells us that the word istilam means paper receipt which is far from the truth"
Notice the Childish . . . name calling of "al-tablighee" - if you claim to be so inteillgent. . . what is the need for this? It is an utter lie.
It is NOT Just one dictioanry . . . it is several. So you who does not even know how Arabic verbs conjugate and etc . . . are saying that all these dictioanries are wrong . . . and you are right?
Which version of Araibc - you own private version?
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"And what is absud is that our dear Amin al-tablighee is quoting dictionary.com to define meaning of the Arabic word for receipt"
Another poor lie. I quoted Dictioanry.com to the meaning of "Reciept - not for the Arabic word.
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"It is a mistake because in Arabic the word paper receipt means wasl or isal and not istilam as the word istilam means (the act) of receiving and not paper receipt now do you get it?"
Then why is it . . . that many many dicitoanries do not agree with your claims? You want me to believe YOU over dicitonaries .. . . over what authority?
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"I even told our dear Amin who tells us that he owns a small business called a Brand Agency"
Oh god - you really are an Idiot. Brand Agency - is the BUSINESS TYPE - it is what the BUSINESS DOES!
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what ever that is that in accounting 101 a real business means "Receiving of a money paper receipt" which in Arabic would be Isal or wasl al-istilam or the paper receipt of the (act of) receiving but did he get it? Not really"
Which had NOTHING to do with anything. It was absolutely meaningless . .. . oh and what were you referncing to . .. yep! English.
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It is quiet obvious you have NO REFRENCES . . . when asked - you delibrately give none and aviod. The ONLY one you have managed is almaany.com - which as it turned out is opposite to what you claim . . . and Wortabet - which conveniently does not give the meaning of the word Istilaam.
Then you attempt to claim . . . one should believe dictioanries over you! height or being ridiculous.
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Really? I wrote that? where?
Where did i say that al-Marid is incorrect?
Hans Wher -
Where did i say that all of HW is incorrect?
And where did i say that all of Google translate is incorrect? Some of it is good and some is really bad
But again you believe that an Arabia warlord and caravan raider spoke to an Arabian deity then you are bound to believe anything right? We kuffar do not
Al Maany -
Really? I said that? where? as a matter of fact el-maany is good but its limits are your masters the Arabs are stuck with the book of Allah and no one would dare to tell us that let us say the word tur is not an Arabic word or even admit that it is a Syriac word and this is why I look up and see what al-Tabari says about foreign words because there is no academic honesty among the Arabs anymore
Then why is it that all these dictionaries SAY the exact opposite to you!
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