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Dhimmi - you make me look Good!

Reader comment on item: Arabist Snobs
in response to reader comment: Quranic disasters and the words of the basmala are loan words from Syriac

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Dec 14, 2011 at 15:04

Our dear Amin ? ...so how come you did not know that the word wasl means paper receipt?

Hang - so how do you know I did no not know that wasl means receipt?

The word receipt is Arabic has several words for it. So why have made this an issue? And why can you not answer that Istilaam also means receipt.... as it is in the dictionary?

Pg 99 in Al Mawrid and Pg 426 in has Wehr - also was was NEVER the issue. You decided to lie over the fact that Istilaam as mentioned by Pied Piper means receipt.

And it was me who pointed out that the primary meaning of the word is to receive.

Did you think you could wait a bit - then repeat the bile and the lies?

Who do you think you convince with these lies?


Rest is you previous rubbish - I have already answered these.

And as I recall you ran away from them debates...... he he - but after a bit have decided to post them again.

Hence losing the BURDEN of all those questions that you are UNABLE to answer. First try to answer the above.... he he ha ha ha ha


Best keep to the petty insults eh.... and keep the lies coming. They just make me look good.


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