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Is "Allah" credibly the Arabic version of "Alaha?"
Hi David,

Linguistically speaking, the Arabic word "Allah" is the exact same as Aramaic "Alaha", Hebrew "Eloh" and English "God."

Arabian Christians and Jews did before Islam, and do today, use "Allah" the same way as the English use "God."

Contrary to popular belief, "Allah" is not an Islamic term. It was around a long time before the emergence of that sect.

If you go to any Arabian church service (the Maronites in Lebanon, or the Orthodox in Jerusalem for instance) - you'll hear "Allah" throughout the liturgy, in prayers, and even in their copies of the bible.

Take care,


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Re: Is "Allah" credibly the Arabic version of "Alaha?" - by Paul Younan - 01-23-2015, 12:53 AM

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