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Our dear İLKER KURT is Quoting "Corrupted" Books! أمان ربي أمان

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in response to reader comment: ṣallā ʿalā: to bless someone

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 17, 2023 at 07:51

Our dear İLKER KURT al-Tablighee wrote this gem:

>It is proved in ancient Semitic languages that the word salāt means to bless. For example, the part where Pharaoh said וברכתם גם־אתי "bless me (tabrīk)" to Moses and Aaron is recorded in the Aramaic Torah as וצלו אף עלי "bless me (salāt)". Actually, there are many more examples, but there is no need to lengthen them.

Dear Readers: Our dear İLKER KURT is quoting "corrupted" books written in Hebrew and Aramaic several hindered years before his so called was born, in-order to prove that the an Arabic word يصلي or "He Prays" really mean: يبارك or "He is blessing." امان ربي امان! I call this: Not very smart.

Do you see why your post is ridiculous?

Mr. genius, if you want to know the meaning of an Arabic word you check the meaning in an Arabic/Arabic dictionary not by checking the meaning of the word only in a Hebrew or an Aramaic text with total disregard to Arabic dictionaries.

More disasters for you? You are a careless reader and if you would have read my original post you would have read that your Arab masters define the word يصلي as:

صَلَّى • (ṣallā) II, non-past يُصَلِّي‎‎ (yuṣallī)

1. to pray, to worship
2. to perform the salat
3. to bless someone; construed with عَلَى

Arab would tell you that the word يصلي only means: He prays.

However, because the Allah "prays upon the prophet" is a disaster and this is why they tell us that if the word على follows the word يصلي the meaning of the word يصلي becomes: Bless

This is a big fat lie and it is what your Arab masters call: تبرير or Tabrir which is an old trick invented by Muslims to address disasters in their books

Dear readers: The Arabic word Yusali means he prays.

Oh there is more?

>Actually, there are many more examples, but there is no need to lengthen them.

Give us more examples and if you do not then you are and you must pardon me a liar.

Last, is it true that the Turks murdered 1.3 million Armenians, 2 million Greeks, 700,000 Syraic speakers and thousands on Yazidis in the early 20th century?


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