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And speaking of sail-less ships and teaching wannabe Arabs how to use an Arabic or a Syriac dictionary

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 16, 2012 at 11:11

You know our dear Amin who has no shame it is really stupid to use an English language dictionary to tell us what an Arabic word means right? It is also stupid to tell us what is and is not a Syriac word right? And it is really stupid to tell us that the word istilam means paper receipt when it is not right? It is really stupid when you tell us that you earned not one but three degrees an 'ancient" Arabic then you seem to be unaware of the fact that the word receipt means isal or wasl and to not know that the word bastard in Arabic means ibn harram

Now this time it is even worse: So you me ask you a question: Is the Qranic word Bism one or two words? Hint: It is one word

What does it mean? Hint: To find the meaning in a dictionary you look for the root

So what is the root of the word? Hint: you look for the SM (the very old semitic root for name and we are not looking for the word sem or poison) and not ISM and even HW directs you to where to look so for wannabe arabs like you if you look under Ism you will find on page 17B that it tells you: SEE SM. et voila you will not find it in HW under the A's but under the S's so with your poor education because you will not find it under the A's this means that there is no such word right? But it exists and you will find it on page 427A UNDER the S's and not under the A's right? And you know why is the root here not ISM any guesses? Hint: Because the Arabs use the real semitic root here

How about the letter B in both Arabic or Syriac if it is before such root SM? Hint: it would mean IN (the)....of and for this see page 38A in HW

Now are the words B'ism (Arabic for in the name of) and Bishm (in Syriac for in the name of) one or two words? You tell me! Hint: One word. And where would you find the word Bism in HW you tell me?

Now go and tell one of your Arab masters is the word Bism is two words and they will laugh at you

Why the delusions you tell me

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