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Our dear Amin needs to stick to Urdu

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in response to reader comment: Another embarassment ...

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 3, 2011 at 08:18

Our dear Amin I'm still waiting for my ticket on al-buraq so i can fly to London so you and I can converse in Arabic

Now how come you did not know that there is no Arabic language root called as-salamu? you tell us

Oh and here is another reference for the word wasl from Elias Collegiate Dictionary Arabic-English or قموس الياس الجامعي عربي انجليزي and you can check page 809A and let me see

وصل Receipt voucher or اقرار كتابي بالاستلام

Our dear PP is saying that istilam means a paper receipt which is wrong right our dear Amin whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam? now let me translate this Arabic for you O glorious graduate of wahhabi central

اقرار qarar means statement

كتابي kitabi means WRITTEN

بالاستلام bi al-ISTILAM means with the RECEiVING

وصل and this is indeed what a wasl or receipt or voucher is right our dear Amin?otherwise it would have been called al-istilaam and that is it right our dear Amin?

That is what our dear PP is talking about and how come the most used Arabic English dictionary by your Arab masters in colleges does not tell us here that a paper receipt means only ISTILAAM? do you know why? because wasl means receipt and istilaam means receiving

Oh there is more if we turn to page 319B

استلام تسلّم اخذ

Or Istilaam tassalum means akhadha or he receives (this is grammatical aspect) and do you know what this means/ It means that istilaam means receiving and tassalum is the act of receiving

Why the delusions? you tell us


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