My argument is that Baathism isn't fundamentally Islamic. You argue the latter.
No, I argue Ba'athism is inherently Islamic, and that inherence cannot be ignored.
ingliz wrote:Aflaq repeatedly stressed the spiritual and organic relationship between Arabism and Islam.
inherent ≠ fundamental
There is a difference.
Note inherent just means a thing existing in something as an attribute. Saying that thing is fundamental to that something is an altogether more emphatic statement, with the emphasis being on the primacy of the attribute.
The confusion arises because you refuse to read the primary sources and instead base your argument on a 'wiki' article.