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Our dear Amin needs to stick to Urdu part deux

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in response to reader comment: Another embarassment ...

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 4, 2011 at 10:33

Our dear Amin could you tell us readers how come you did not seem to know that there is no Arabic language root called as-salamu (sic) O glrorious graduate of wahhabi central with not just one but three imaginary degrees in Arabic!

Oh as for the word receipt now let us check Badawi and Hinds dictionary of Egyptian Arabic the language of Sheikh el-Azhar and the major language that stems from Arabic and that is Egyptian Arabic and we now trun to page 942A and let us read it

وصل wasl (paper) receipt

This is indeed what our dear PP was talking about right our dear Amin?

Oh there is more in page 943A you will find another form of the word wasl and that is isal or paper receipt and let us read

إيصال 'isaal receipt

I do not see any istilaam here right our dear Amin?

And this is the language spoken by 80M of your masters the Arabs

Oh there is more now let us turn to page 427B and read

استلم istalam to receive

And guess what is the verbal noun or receiving? you guess it and it is

استلام or istilaam (vn)

So is a paper receipt a verbal noun or a noun O glorious graduate of wahhabi central?

Oh there is more the word

تسلّم or tasallum is a verbal noun or receipt/the act of receiving

so is a paper receipt a verbal noun O glorious graduate of wahhabi central?

Oh Egyptian Arabic? In this case the meaning of these words are the same as you would find in a dictionary of modern Arabic

I urge you to leave islam and get a grip on reality


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