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in response to reader comment: ISLAM and SALAM are linked

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 27, 2011 at 14:17

Our dear Amin so what did we learn from your post this time? Nothing as usual

Oh I forgot you did not seem to know that istilaam means receiving and not receipt

>This word originates from Suleiman. And Suleiman is Arabic version of Solomon.

No it is not the word Suleiman is a loan word from Syriac Slyman and not Hebrew Shlomo

Why do you not check these words before posting this nonsense

Hint: Dictionary

You need to stick to Urdu our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam

>Originally the word is of Hebrew origin.

No it is not. It is from Syriac to Arabic

>It is completely unconnected to the root S L M - in the way I S L A M is not.

Sohanallah the word Suleiman has nothing to do with the root SLM! But so is the word salalim so what?

>Words like aslama or islam - are another kettle of fish - these are direct derived nouns from the root.

Really? Mr Einstein do you know what the word F3L really mean?

>They fall into set patterns.

Then our dear Amin is quoting another wannabe Arab instead of checking let us say Lisan al-3Arab

No wonder that you believe that an Arbian warlord spoke to an Arabian Allah via an angel

Oct. 19, 2005 update: CAIR's Ahmed Bedier speaking at the League of Women Voters of Manatee County's monthly Hot Topic luncheon yesterday said (according to Carl Mario Nudi of the Bradenton Herald in Florida) that Islam

comes from the root word of "As-Salamu," or "peace."

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is al-salam and he is ignorant because there is no root called al-salam and shame on him for uttering this nonsense and shame on you for repeating this nonsense

>Assuming the newspaper account to be sound, then CAIR is guilty of one more inaccuracy.

The sordid CAIR

>The above quote (as mentioned above by Dr Pipes) is correct. The word Islam DOES come from the root of SALAM.

... there is no root called Salam there is a root called SLM now do you get it?

>That is different than saying "the word ISLAM=PEACE". What that quote says is: Islam comes from root word of As-Salamu. And that is correct.

So our dear Amin is saying that islam and salam come from the same root SLM

Congratulations our dear Amin you got it at last

And the word istislam (surrendering) and the word istilam (reveiving) come from the same root SLM so the words salam istislam istilam and islam have nothing in common except a common root SLM right our dear Amin O glorious graduate of wahhabi central?

The word ISLAM does come from root of SALAM. Any root based dictionary will verify this.

No it does not

Hello: there is no root called salam and you tell us that you earned a majisteer in Arabic? why the delusions?


An Arabic word for "receipt" (a piece of paper showing you've paid for something) is "istilaam", another term with origins in the verbal root [s-l-m].

PP is wrong as the word receipt means wasl and not istilaam

The word istilaam means receiving and not receipt

>Again as I have shown words are assigned many meaning as the time progresses.

Wrong again. The Qur'an and the masora stabilized many words so istilaam of Muhammad is still istilaam today and makkar (Oh Allah calls himself makkar or he who deceives) is still makkar today

>Primary meaning

Primary meaning! Sohanallah

of this word of the word is "to receive, get, obtain, take possession, acceptance" - it is derived noun of the verb form Iftial (VIII).

ROTFL Pakistani Arabic it is ifti3al and the word in question would be O glorious graduate of wahhabi central YASTALIM or he receives is from Form VIII which is YAFTA3IL and not your bogus ifti3al

Oh your Arab masters do not use what we kuffar call verb patterns or Forms

Your Arab masters have no clue about verb patters or forms and their strating point is the present tense of the verb pattern /form or starting with F3L

Now you tell us why the delusions?


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