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Rocket science that is barabic, shebrew, shiryiac and $25k dollars and my Hindu ancestors not forgetting "Muslim" dictionaries

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in response to reader comment: Hinds and Badawi's Arabic dictionary see Istilam page 427 and the word Wasl page 942 and you need to stick to Urdu our dear Jamil

Submitted by Jamil (United Kingdom), Mar 6, 2015 at 16:43

You know our dear Jamil whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam

If you can give me the names of these "Hindu" ancestors of mine along with the dates that were brutalised then I will set that aside and come sit with you so that we can both mourn them.

and who lives among kuffar that pay the cost of your social benefits

25 of your precious dollars in thousands (I'll donate to this forum) if you can prove this. Deal?

here is from Hinds and Badawi Egyptian Arabic dictionary (and Egyptian Arabic is really the most important and dominant form of Arabic) and Badawi's mother tongue is Arabic and this is what they tell us about the meaning of the words Istilam and Wasl

No, no. You have quoted another Muslim and this is almost scandalous as you have previously said Muslims are un and poorly educated.

1. Page 427:

Istalam استلم to receive (they provide an example) el-rayyis bi yistilim talabat el-zabayyin (the waiter RECEIVES the order of the customers)

Then the authors tell us that the verbal noun for Istalam استلام is and you guessed Istilam which means that the word Istilam means RECEIVING

This is all great fascinating and ground breaking research for which you do deserve the Nobel Prize, however, lets get back onto topic; that istilaam means receipt.

As for Ibn Warraq and Luxenberg you see our dear Jamil Pakistanis and Muslim Indians like you need not apply because I still have to meet a tablighee who is fluent in Arabic and Syriac and Hebrew (oh I forgot that you were learing Hebrew right?) and has great knowledge of the history of the late antique period and the early medieval period in the Middle East

Yes, because Arabic, Syriac, Hewbrew and not forgetting Greek are rock sciences? I think not. You see these people have made some interesting claims along with the capo de capi, none other than the devil himself: John Wansbrough and you people in your deluded mind think you have all the answers but you'll see very soon that is not true and all that you really are is a bunch of conspiracy theorists.

But you still can post a review either here at danielpipes.org with Dr. Pipes permission or you can post it at Amazon.com and I can assure you that you will be making a fool of yourself as you always do

Leave islam and be free

WIll do.

For the readers: tablighess the likes of our dear Amin I mean Jamil do not care about the truth and this is why I have no respect for him

We will see very soon and you will be need to be on your best form.

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