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Ignorance and delusions revisited

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in response to reader comment: Another $25k challenge and yes I am getting tired of offering this and why have you not won anything so far, could it be that you are a hater + a jaahil + an islamaphobe?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 3, 2015 at 13:23

Our dear Jamil whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by Islam and who lives among kuffar and he wants to donate this "forum" $25 to be paid by British kuffar aka tax payers and who has no shame and the funny thing is he does not speak read or write Arabic becuase if he does then he would have known that the Arabic word for receipt is WASL or Isal and he would have known that the word Istilam means RECEVING and not receipt but again once delusional always delusional then he tells us that the Grand Grammarian (what a stupid remark) Hans Wehr wrote that the word istialm in Arabic means receipt therefore the word receipt in Arabic must be Istilam and I call this poor uncritical education instead of asking if this is indeed correct then where is the evidence

But again anyone that believes that al-shatan chases comets and ants speak Arabic and the earth is flat as the Qur'an says then he must believe any nonsense

Here are the problems with all of this

1. The Arabic word for receipt is Wasl or Isal as I proved to him from Arabic Arabic dictionaries

2. The Arabic word Istilam means receiving as I rpoved to him from Arabic Arabic dictionaries

3. The term Wasl Istilam means THE RECEIPT OF RECEVING

I'm not the one who is saying that and it is what Arabic dictionaries tell us

And our dear did not tell us that the Grand Poobah aka the Grand Grammarian (which was a stupid remark) Hans Wehr also provides three other meanings for the word istilam so why did you not tell the readers ? I call this dishonest

And to add insult to injury he has no clue what is an Arabic English dictionary and what is an Arabic Arabic dictionary and this did not stop him from making a fool of himself

In-order to help him because he is clueless I told him to write to Hans Wehr's editors and ask them to define the word receipt and to provide him with supportive evidence or isnad that would prove that the word istilam really means receipt and my guess he will never do that because he knows that he will be making a fool of himself

I also proved to him that googletranslate is a very poor source of Arabic to English translation may be in the future it would become a better tool but there are many mistakes as in the case of Receipt and the word Bastard

I feel sorry for you but once delusional always delusional and you will run away but you will back under a diffrent name uttering the same nonsense. Do it and make a fool of yourself again

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