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And speaking of real Arabic/Arabic dictionaries and helping our dear Amin and his Grand Poobah

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in response to reader comment: Lets sit down and analyse these "dictionaries" and try not to laugh at this mess

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 14, 2015 at 11:38

... we kuffar are still waiting so did you contact the editors of the Grand Grammarian (what a stupid remark) Hans Wehr and the word Istilam to ask them what is meant by the word receipt in the case of the word Istilam! Let me guess you did not because you realized that you are ignorant

So while we are waiting here are links to the following four Arabic/Arabic dictionaries

1. معجم اللغة العربية المعاصرة and this is modern spoken Arabic the language of the falafel man

2. مختار الصحاح

3. المعجم الوسيط

4. الصحاح في اللغة

And as a bonus

5. لسان العرب

And here is a link to the meaning of the word وصل or Wasl in the above dictionaries

http://www.maajim.com/dictionary/%D9%88%D8%B5%D9%84

If you can read Arabic so can you tell us what the word Wasl means as these 5 dictionaries? Hint: you cannot read Arabic right?

And here is the meaning of the word استلام from the same 5 dictionaries

http://www.maajim.com/dictionary/%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%AA%D9%84%D9%85

And let me teach you something here your Arab masters start in most cases with the form of the word in its masculine form and in its present tense. In this case the editors are using the past tense of the masculine form of the word and this is why you will find it under استلم (and this is why you mentioned that I might be confusing the word Istalam with the word Istilam but this proved to me that you have no clue about the Arabic language root system right?) so tell us proud kuffar what these 5 dictionaries tell us

EVERYTHING and no editing

So you see our dear Amin if I want to check the meaning of the Urdu word Bakhwas (and this is what you are all about) I need to check an Urdu/Urdu dictionary right? The same thing applies to Arabic right?

And here is why you are a poorly educated man

1. You told us that the Grand Grammarian (that is a stupid remark) wrote that the word Istilam means receipt (and you omitted the other 3 meanings of the word as per your Grand Poobah

2. Therefore it must be true

This is flawed thinking and poor education

Sir, here in the kafir west our starting point is where is the evidence?

I feel sorry for you

Now tell me how come your Allah is silent about your Hindu and Buddhist ancestors? And why did your ancestors convert to islam? was it because of the sword? Or were they bribed in-order to convert as it says in Q9:60? so which one was it?

Oh I;m not done with you

Now as I say to lost tablighees like you it is your turn to make a fool of yourself! Go! (oh Go? now you know what it means)

Leave Islam and be free

Submitting....

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