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The classic Arabic word for God.

Also, in the original Christian Bibles, God is referred to as Allah. In old Hebrew, the word 'Elohim' refers to God (holding similarity to the Arabic word 'Allahum' meaning 'God is'.
No, you ignorant fuckhead, Allah is not exclusive to Islam. Allah is supposed to be the same god as in Judiasm and Christianity.
viết bởi Hassan 16 Tháng hai, 2005
Allah doesn't mean "God" as perceived by ignorant people. It means "The God" (emphasis on "The", a definite article in English, thus emphasizing that "He is The only God". The word "lah" may be translated as god (Emphasis on small care "g").
Allah = ("The" God)
lah = god
viết bởi Gaali Expert 26 Tháng mười hai, 2015
Allah is the moon god which was worshiped by the pagans in ancient Arabia. It is one of many disguises of satan. The word itself means "the god" in Arabic. However there were many gods being worshiped by the pagans and allah was considered the highest of the 360 gods being worshiped in Mecca at that time. The moon plays a significant role in islam because of the use of a lunar islamic calendar used to determine the date for ramadan. In classic monotheistic theology the lunar sphere is the domain of satan. The star and crescent are also symbols used by free masons and illuminate as the muslim brotherhood was founded by a free mason named Hassan al Banna . Banna was a devout admirer and supporter of Hitler in the 1930s as Hitler's regime was setting up concentration camps for the Jews.
Allah is the ruler of Babylon. Bab illa literally means door to allah
viết bởi Dog McGruff 19 Tháng sáu, 2016
Owner of a twitter account named: @tanriyiz. An atheist gag writer that criticising both believers and nonbelievers (mostly nonbelievers) in a funny way.
"kula tam "yürü" diyeceğiz, ama bir bakıyorsun ki takmış kulaklığı; allekta movit movit... sonra da vay efendim; allah beni sevmiyi -.-"
viết bởi hallederiz 03 Tháng ba, 2016
An entity, the existence of which cannot be proven.
Followers of Allah claim to be worshipping a being which is invisible, omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent.
The claim is a dubious one since muslims rely on documentary evidence which is of debateable and dubious origin. Their holy book is no more a credible source than, for example, a shakespeare play. Shakespeare claimed to have been writing historical narrative but much of the evidence was from a single source and/or heresay.
In as much as their "faith" prescribes a certain moral outlook there is little doubt in western eyes that it offends western sensibilities. They call for much which is socially consensual within the adult population to be eradicated by stoning to death exponents of any oppositional view.
Muslims worship Allah and most, if not all, muslims demand the execution of people who engage in adulterous relationships, those whose sexuality is bisexual or homosexual etc etc etc.
They claim this is the will of god but infact it is merely politics borne of a hatred of any political or social setup beside their own narrow viewpoint.
Considering that Allah cannot be proven to exist either muslims are mentally ill, or they are simply displaying the audacity of an arrogant political mindset, one which is using pious values as a weapon to achieve power
Allah is no more real than a 2 kilometre high, nuclear powered, inflatable sex doll.
viết bởi dick the perv 31 Tháng một, 2008
Allah is the name of God in Arabic, It used by Muslims. Allah is the creator of this world, Allah is not a human and so does not have any children and is not a male or female.

All the racist and ignorant comments criticizing Muslims of being terrorists are wrong, you cannot judge a whole nation on media lies, do not judge Muslims you have no right, and if you ever actually read the Quran you will realize that Islam is a religion about peace.
Who do Muslims believe in?
Allah
viết bởi Hazel900 23 Tháng một, 2012
Really, many people claim that Allah is just an Arabian term for God. Actually, it is. But it's not that simple, see? The dictionaries are all about different meanings. So: Common meaning in this time in non-arabic countries is that it reffers to the Moslim God, who IS different - at least the moslim's view is really different from Christians' and Jews'! Christians believe, that Jesus is God, Jews don't take Him at all, Moslims don't take him as God but just as one of the prophets. So - the Christians' God is not the same as Moslims' - He is Jesus, who sacrificed and resurrected - I am not Jew but I think their view of God is really different, too.
Allah! What I've done to deserve this?
viết bởi Leilita 05 Tháng chín, 2008
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