The WordAllahIn The Arabic Bible
Abd ar-Rahmân Robert Squires
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Just a few examples for those who are still in doubt . . .
The images below, with the exception of the first image, were taken directly from
in Arabic. Referred to in Arabic asal-Kitâb al-Muqadis
(i.e. ,The HolyBook), this is the scripture which is used by Arabic-speaking Christians (of whichthere are still about 15 to 20 million in the Middle East). So that those unfamiliar withArabic script have something to compare these images with, the first image below is averse from the Qur'ân - which is the Muslim scripture. In the images, the Arabic word
is underlined inredso that it can be easily identified. Upon comparing theimages, one should be able to clearly see that the word
appears in both theQur'ânic
Arabic Bible images. Indeed, the word
appears throughout Arabictranslations of the Bible, since it is simply the Arabic name for Almighty God.
, the examples below will help quell the doubts of those who have beenduped into believing that
Muslims worship a different god
- either by the hostilemedia or by Christian missionary propaganda. We hope that this serves as enoughdocumentation for those who still have doubts about this. We could think of no otherway to prove this point, except to encourage everyone to do further critical and open-minded research on their own. Please, don't forget to compare the images
. . .
[Qu'ran 1:1 - English translation]
"In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful."
[Qur'ân 1:1 - Arabic transliteration]