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ALLAH in Different Religious Scriptures

ALLAH in Different Religious Scriptures

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Published by Syed Arbab Ahmed
ALLAH in Different Religious Scriptures, like in “Allah” in Bible,"Allah" in Sikhism, “Allah” in Hindu Scriptures,a. "Allah" in Rigveda Book 2 Hymn I verse II,b. Allo Upanishad.
ALLAH in Different Religious Scriptures, like in “Allah” in Bible,"Allah" in Sikhism, “Allah” in Hindu Scriptures,a. "Allah" in Rigveda Book 2 Hymn I verse II,b. Allo Upanishad.

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ALLAH creator of JESUS = it's claimed that Jesus spokeAramaic, which the Aramaic word for "god" in the Aramaicbible is "aalaaha" & "aalaaha" which is the deterioratedform of ALLAH it is deteriorated bcoz of the corruptions of BIBLE did by idiot CHRISTIANS <:-P :D
I did find an "alla" that was declared to be a goddess by the Sumerians (14th BCE).Again u can see that "alla" IS THE DETERIORATED WORD & MEANING OFALLAH, that is why ALLAH send his last prophet as MUHAMMAD to correct thechanges made by some foooooools.So it proved that ALLAH is the name of true GOD ALMIGHTY but idiots likeCHRISTIANS and JEWS changed it for their personal gains
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Almost all the major religious scriptures of the world contain the word "Allah" as one of the names of God. “Allah” in BibleElohim El, Elah, AlahIn the Bible, God is very often referred to as ‘Elohim’ in the Hebrew language. The ‘im’ inthe ending is a plural of honour and God is referred to as ‘El’ or ‘Elah’ in the English Biblewith commentary, edited by reverend C. I. Scofield. ‘Elah’ is alternatively spelled as ‘Alah’.The difference in spelling is only of a single ‘L’. Muslims spell Allah as ‘Allah’ while theReverend has spelled it as Alah and they pronounce it as ‘Elah’. Muslims pronounce it asAllah. Hebrew and Arabic are sister languages therefore we say it should be pronouncedas ‘Allah’ and not as ‘Elah’.Jesus (pbuh) cried out Allah Allah when he was put on the crossIt is mentioned in the New Testament in the Gospel of Mathew, 27:46as well as Gospel of Mark,15:34when Jesus (pbuh) was put on the cross.Jesus cried with a loud voice saying "E’-Li, E’-Li la’-ma sa-bach’-tha- ni?" that is to say,‘My God, My God why hast Thou Forsaken Me?’ Does this sound like Jehovah! Jehovah!why has thou forsaken me? Does it sound like Abba Abba? The answer is ‘No’. Hebrewand Arabic are sister languages and if you translate "E’-Li, E’-Li la’-ma sa-bach’-tha- ni"into Arabic it is ‘Allah Allah lama tarak tani’ does it sound similar?This statement of Jesus (pbuh), "E’-Li, E’-Li la’-ma sa-bach’-tha- ni" is preserved in itsoriginal Hebrew in each and every of its translation which is available in more than 2000different languages of the world and in each and every of them, "Allah" is present.& tell me
"Eli, Eli, lama sabachtani?" My God, my God, why have you forsakenme?" 
as inMatthew 27:46, or I said , it is
"Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachtani?" My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” 
as inMark 15:34.If Jesus (pbuh) was MAAZ ALLAH God then who he was asking forsake? 
EliOR Eloi =R also the deteriorated form of word for God which is ALLAH.Since Holy Bible is unfortunately corrupted, I have so many substantial  proves of it.
Pray to God it means he was not God himself, so kick trinity before it's too late.U justadmit that Jesus (pbuh) prayed to Allah, it means Allah is faaaaaaaaaaaaaar more superior 
 
and faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar more powerful then Jesus (pbuh) which is his prophet.Imagine God forced unwilling Jesus (pbuh) to die for their sins, it means God was brutalwith Jesus (pbuh)? u as usual degraded God.ISLAM MADE U SPEECHLESS SINCE I PROVED THAT JESUS (pbuh) WASPRAYING TO ALLAH ON CROSS according to your Holy Bible.
Almost all the major religious scriptures of the world contain the word "Allah" asone of the names of God.a. Elohim El, Elah, Alah:--In the Bible, God is very often referred to as ‘Elohim’ in the Hebrew language. The‘im’ in the ending is a plural of honour and God is referred to as ‘El’ or ‘Elah’ in theEnglish Bible with commentary, edited by reverend C. I. Scofield. ‘Elah’ isalternatively spelled as ‘Alah’. The difference in spelling is only of a single ‘L’.Muslims spell Allah as ‘Allah’ while the Reverend has spelled it as Alah and theypronounce it as ‘Elah’. Muslims pronounce it as Allah. Hebrew and Arabic are sisterlanguages therefore we say it should be pronounced as ‘Allah’ and not as ‘Elah’.When I was in school, I was taught ‘D, O’ is do, ‘T, O’ is to. What is ‘G, O’ It is ‘go’and not ‘gu’. ‘N, U, T’ is nut, ‘C, U, T’ cut; ‘B, U, T’ is but, what is ‘P, U, T’? Not‘pat’ but it is ‘put’. If you ask "Why?" The answer is "It is their language". If Ihave to pass I have to say ‘P, U, T’ is ‘put’ and not ‘pat’. Similarly the rightpronunciation for A, L, L, A, H, is Allah.b. Jesus (pbuh) cried out Allah Allah when he was put on the crossIt is mentioned in the New Testament in the Gospel of Mathew, chapter 27 verse 46as well as Gospel of Mark, chapter 15 verse 34 when Jesus (pbuh) was put on thecross.Jesus cried with a loud voice saying "E’-Li, E’-Li la’-ma sa-bach’-tha-ni?" that is tosay, ‘My God, My God why hast Thou Forsaken Me?’ Does this sound like Jehovah!Jehovah! why has thou forsaken me? Does it sound like Abba Abba? The answer is‘No’. Hebrew and Arabic are sister languages and if you translate "E’-Li, E’-Lila’-ma sa-bach’-tha-ni" into Arabic it is ‘Allah Allah lama tarak tani’ does it soundsimilar?This statement of Jesus (pbuh), "E’-Li, E’-Li la’-ma sa-bach’-tha-ni" is preserved inits original Hebrew in each and every of its translation which is available in morethan 2000 different languages of the world and in each and every of them, "Allah" ispresent.

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