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Allah The Original name of God


Allah is the name of the one true God in the Arabic language.

Allah is the god of both Christians and Jews, as well as Muslims.
Christians and Jews who speak Arabic use the name "Allah" to refer to God.


✡ Old Testment ("Torah")

● English Bible
"In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth"
[Genesis 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Fee al-badi' khalaqa ☞Allahu as-Samaawaat wa al-Ard"
[Genesis 1:1] Arabic


† New Testment ("Gospel")

● English Bible
"James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ"
[James 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Ya'qub abdu ☞Allah wal rabu yasu' al massih"
[James 1:1]

☪ Final Testment (Quran)

● English Quran
"In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Most Merciful"
[Quran 1:1]

○ Arabic Quran
"Besmi ☞Allah al-rahman al- rahim"
[Quran 1:1]


Allah or 'Alah' is the very same name used by Jesus Christ in the language he spoke (Aramaic). Likewise, the name for God in the language of Moses (Hebrew) is written with the very same letters and pronounced almost the same.

➫Hebrew [the language of Moses]
Eloh
Elef - Lamed - He


“Let that day be darkness; let not God [Eloh] regard it from above, neither let the light shine upon it”
[Job 3:4]

➫Aramaic [the language of Jesus]
Alah
Alef - Lamed - He

Aramaic Bible
“shma’ Israyel, Marya Allahan, Marya Had hu.”
[Mark 12:29]

English Bible
"Hear, O Israel: The Lord God, the Lord is One.”
[Mark 12:29]


➫Arabic [the language of Muhammad]
Allah
Alef - Lam - Lam - He

Arabic Quran
Allahu la ilaha ila hwa al-hayyu al-qayyum
[Quran 3:2]

Engish Quran
God, There is no god but He, the Living, the Eternal
[Quran 3:2]

■ Allah in the Arabic language is the greatest and most inclusive of the Names of God. It is a word of rich meaning, denoting the one and only God and ascribing no partners to Him.

■ Allah is the special name of God and is the most precious name because it is not a descriptive name like the other Ninety-nine names of Allah, but the name of God's own presence.

■ It is impossible to alter the word in Arabic unlike in English; such as creating a plural form (gods), or changing genders to (godess).

■ Although commonly referred to as a "He", the word "Allah" in Arabic is absolutly unique as it is genderless. The use of "He" is only employed because, just like in English, it would be disrespectful to refer the Almighty Creator as an "It."

■ The word Allah is absolutely unique in the Arabic language and is not just thought of as a name for God, but as the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah.


Say, [O believers], "We have believed in God and what has been revealed to us and what has been revealed to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the Descendants and what was given to Moses and Jesus and what was given to the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and we are Muslims [in submission] to Him. [Quran 2:136]

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Allah The Original name of God


Allah is the name of the one true God in the Arabic language.

Allah is the god of both Christians and Jews, as well as Muslims.
Christians and Jews who speak Arabic use the name "Allah" to refer to God.


✡ Old Testment ("Torah")

● English Bible
"In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth"
[Genesis 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Fee al-badi' khalaqa ☞Allahu as-Samaawaat wa al-Ard"
[Genesis 1:1] Arabic


† New Testment ("Gospel")

● English Bible
"James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ"
[James 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Ya'qub abdu ☞Allah wal rabu yasu' al massih"
[James 1:1]

☪ Final Testment (Quran)

● English Quran
"In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Most Merciful"
[Quran 1:1]

○ Arabic Quran
"Besmi ☞Allah al-rahman al- rahim"
[Quran 1:1]


Allah or 'Alah' is the very same name used by Jesus Christ in the language he spoke (Aramaic). Likewise, the name for God in the language of Moses (Hebrew) is written with the very same letters and pronounced almost the same.

➫Hebrew [the language of Moses]
Eloh
Elef - Lamed - He


“Let that day be darkness; let not God [Eloh] regard it from above, neither let the light shine upon it”
[Job 3:4]

➫Aramaic [the language of Jesus]
Alah
Alef - Lamed - He

Aramaic Bible
“shma’ Israyel, Marya Allahan, Marya Had hu.”
[Mark 12:29]

English Bible
"Hear, O Israel: The Lord God, the Lord is One.”
[Mark 12:29]


➫Arabic [the language of Muhammad]
Allah
Alef - Lam - Lam - He

Arabic Quran
Allahu la ilaha ila hwa al-hayyu al-qayyum
[Quran 3:2]

Engish Quran
God, There is no god but He, the Living, the Eternal
[Quran 3:2]

■ Allah in the Arabic language is the greatest and most inclusive of the Names of God. It is a word of rich meaning, denoting the one and only God and ascribing no partners to Him.

■ Allah is the special name of God and is the most precious name because it is not a descriptive name like the other Ninety-nine names of Allah, but the name of God's own presence.

■ It is impossible to alter the word in Arabic unlike in English; such as creating a plural form (gods), or changing genders to (godess).

■ Although commonly referred to as a "He", the word "Allah" in Arabic is absolutly unique as it is genderless. The use of "He" is only employed because, just like in English, it would be disrespectful to refer the Almighty Creator as an "It."

■ The word Allah is absolutely unique in the Arabic language and is not just thought of as a name for God, but as the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah.


Say, [O believers], "We have believed in God and what has been revealed to us and what has been revealed to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the Descendants and what was given to Moses and Jesus and what was given to the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and we are Muslims [in submission] to Him. [Quran 2:136]

alllah

(1) 

Allah The Original name of God


Allah is the name of the one true God in the Arabic language.

Allah is the god of both Christians and Jews, as well as Muslims.
Christians and Jews who speak Arabic use the name "Allah" to refer to God.


✡ Old Testment ("Torah")

● English Bible
"In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth"
[Genesis 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Fee al-badi' khalaqa ☞Allahu as-Samaawaat wa al-Ard"
[Genesis 1:1] Arabic


† New Testment ("Gospel")

● English Bible
"James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ"
[James 1:1]

○ Arabic Bible
"Ya'qub abdu ☞Allah wal rabu yasu' al massih"
[James 1:1]

☪ Final Testment (Quran)

● English Quran
"In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Most Merciful"
[Quran 1:1]

○ Arabic Quran
"Besmi ☞Allah al-rahman al- rahim"
[Quran 1:1]


Allah or 'Alah' is the very same name used by Jesus Christ in the language he spoke (Aramaic). Likewise, the name for God in the language of Moses (Hebrew) is written with the very same letters and pronounced almost the same.

➫Hebrew [the language of Moses]
Eloh
Elef - Lamed - He


“Let that day be darkness; let not God [Eloh] regard it from above, neither let the light shine upon it”
[Job 3:4]

➫Aramaic [the language of Jesus]
Alah
Alef - Lamed - He

Aramaic Bible
“shma’ Israyel, Marya Allahan, Marya Had hu.”
[Mark 12:29]

English Bible
"Hear, O Israel: The Lord God, the Lord is One.”
[Mark 12:29]


➫Arabic [the language of Muhammad]
Allah
Alef - Lam - Lam - He

Arabic Quran
Allahu la ilaha ila hwa al-hayyu al-qayyum
[Quran 3:2]

Engish Quran
God, There is no god but He, the Living, the Eternal
[Quran 3:2]

■ Allah in the Arabic language is the greatest and most inclusive of the Names of God. It is a word of rich meaning, denoting the one and only God and ascribing no partners to Him.

■ Allah is the special name of God and is the most precious name because it is not a descriptive name like the other Ninety-nine names of Allah, but the name of God's own presence.

■ It is impossible to alter the word in Arabic unlike in English; such as creating a plural form (gods), or changing genders to (godess).

■ Although commonly referred to as a "He", the word "Allah" in Arabic is absolutly unique as it is genderless. The use of "He" is only employed because, just like in English, it would be disrespectful to refer the Almighty Creator as an "It."

■ The word Allah is absolutely unique in the Arabic language and is not just thought of as a name for God, but as the personal name of the One true God. Nothing else can be called Allah.


Say, [O believers], "We have believed in God and what has been revealed to us and what has been revealed to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the Descendants and what was given to Moses and Jesus and what was given to the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and we are Muslims [in submission] to Him. [Quran 2:136]