Difference between revisions of "Allah"

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[[Image:Allah.png|thumb|right|200px|"Allah" in simple [[Arabic language|Arabic]] calligraphy. As with many religions, an image depicting God is strictly forbidden.]]
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The word '''Allah''' (الله) is the [[Arabic]] term for [[God]] and also believed to be related to the Hebrew term [[Elohim]].
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In [[Islam]], Allah is the essential personal name of God and comprises all His Beautiful Names (the [[99 Names of God]]). When Allah is said, the One, the Supreme Being, the Creator, the Owner, the Sustainer, the All-Powerful, the All-Knowing, the All-Encompassing, whose Names and Attributes are manifested in creation, comes to mind. This term also refers to His absolute Oneness as well as His having no internal defect or external partner.
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In [[Arabic]], the name is composed of four letters, ا ل ل ه (or Alif Lam Lam Ha) which when brought together make الله. [[Arab]] [[Christians]] believe that Allah consists of the Father, Son and Spirit, that together constitutes complete Allah.
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== Christianity and Judaism ==
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The word Allah is used by Arab Christians throughout the Middle East, it is also used by Arabic Jews mostly residing in Yemen.
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== Takbeer (Glorification of God) ==
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Takbeer (تَكْبِير) (Glorification of God), is the common way Muslims give glory to God, the wording it self is Allahu-Akbar "الله أكبر" and translates to God is greater. It is a very common practice in Islam and is essential to the Islamic call of prayer ([[Athan]]).
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Revision as of 23:39, 15 June 2009

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