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We kuffar quote the Islamic literary sources because of وشهد شاهد من اهلها and you need to stick to Urdu our dear Amin

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 6, 2015 at 10:16

Our dear Jamil I mean Amin is wondering why do we kuffar read and quote Kutub al-Turath al-Islami well the answer is clear and it is وشهد شاهد من اهلها we kuffar only tell your likes what your Arab masters tell us about the religion and the languge of the Arabs only and this is why it is all about وشهد شاهد من اهلها

Oh وشهد شاهد من اهلها? I do not translate Arabic for wannabe Arabs like you

Then I wrote

"Mr and you must pardon me ignorant S-L-M is a root not a word otherwise peace and Islam and surrender and submit and receive (not your bogus receipt) would all mean Islam"

Huh? Over the years your lying has strengthened and not weakened.

Well it seems that you have no clue about what is really الجذر اللغوي and you tell us that you have not one but there degrees in the Arabic language why the delusions?

Oh الجذر اللغوي! you know my mantra by now I do not translate Arabic for wannabe Arabs

For the readers الجذر اللغوي really means the root system in the language (In this case the Arabic language) where we would have in almost all cases a root of three letters (like the root of a tree) and then from the root we have the branches so from the root S L M we have many branches that have nothing in common except a common root

As has you stupidity.

The stupid is he who tells us that he earned not one but three degrees in the Arabic language and in the meantime he has no clue about what is الجذر اللغوي

Why the delusions tell me

SLM is not just a root but a word too...

Do not make a fool of yourself so what would you find in Ibn Manzur's dictionary about the root S L M? Here is a link if you can read Arabic which i doubt very much


So can you explain to us kuffar what does Ibn Manzur tell us about the root S L M?

Let me guess you have no clue

in fact it is two separate words both mean the same. However the verbal root [Masadr] is al-Salam meaning peace.

Is this what you find in Ibn Manzur? Hint: Not even close

How dare pontificate about a language that you clearly cannot speak read or write

Oh dear... what bogus receipt? What are you talking about?

Again once delusional always delusional


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