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in response to reader comment: Our dear Amin is quoting an English language dictionary as a reference for the meaning of an Arabic word! Go figure

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Nov 14, 2012 at 21:48

"Our dear Amin who lives among kuffar got caught with his pants down"

Ah . . . . I do pity you .. . who makes up lies about words in a dictioanry . . . and which idiotic gives out a source then falls flat - as the exact same source - turns out to to expose him:

إفادة بالاستلام ، علم استلام مالية Loan receipt إقرار بدين ، إيصال استلام قرض مالية Receipt إيصال ، استلام ، مخالصة ، إيراد مالية Receipt إيصال إبراء الذمة ، إيصال ، استلام مالية Dock receipt إيصال استلام البضائع على الرصيف مالية Dock warrant إيصال استلام بضائع بالجمارك مالية dock receipt إيصال استلام بضاعة على رصيف الميناء مالية  

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Why is it tat you do not have an answer for this . . . why is this dictioanry like others - equating Istilaam and Isaal to be - synonymous!

Why is it you repeatedly cannot answer this . . .

Why is it that . . . you find an excuse EVERY TIME. . . by bringing up other issues. . . different words. . . which don't even concern this . . .

Now you attempt to divert away . . . bring bringing other nonsense. . . nope. This was an easy and stupid lie.

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"Hello: You are quoting an English language dictionary to explain the meaning of an Arabic word! That is stupid"

Yet RECEIPT is NOT an Arabic word. It is An ENglish word . . . this is what I defined . . . And I never claimed I was defining an Arabic word. Noether did YOU ask me to define an Arabic word.

See - you EVEN lie about this . . .

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"we are talking about the meaning not of an Urdu word or an English word but the meaning of an Arabic word and that is PAPER RECEIPT and it means wasl or isal and not your bogus istilam"

But it isn't my Istilaam - He he . . . I never said it . . . YOU made an issue - a LIE about it . . . I checked in Dictioanries . . . and exposed your lie.

Have you got an answer . . .NOPE - just some nonsensical BS.

Who lies about words from a dictionary? Why such EASY Lies? And why repeat it?

INTERESTING: Reference to "RECEIPT" would equal to the same thing - whatever the language

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"And yes the word receipt in English can mean recipe, receipt or even receiving but not in Arabic as recipe means wasfa and receipt means isal or wasl and receiving means istilam"

Conveniently - has nothing to do with Istilaam!

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"Oh and stay tuned for Allah's big time mistake revisited ina hadhan la-sahiran (sic)"

Nope - deal with this . . .

Why have you gone all quiet on presenting any evidence . . . ? Why this want to change subject?

Your lies are up!

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Try reading this:

اِسْتِلام ( الجذر: سلم - المجال: عــام ) : تَسَلُّم

eating
- taking food for nourishment
- obtaining; fetching; earning; holding; gaining or understanding
- obtaining, taking in, getting
- action of receiving or being received
- the collecting from a number of people or places or gathering together
- a recipe
- amount of money received; fact or action of receiving or being received into person's hands or possession
- act of taking on a position, etc

http://www.almaany.com/home.php?page=1&language=arabic&word=%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%AA%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%85&lang_name=English&type_word=2&dspl=0

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