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is Allah God?

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Submitted by Abdullah Ramla (Singapore), Apr 1, 2009 at 05:05

According to the book of Quran, Allah was the one that created all things of this earth:

Quran 2:29, "It is He that who hath created for you all things that are on earth".

God has been defined in the Webster dictionary to be "the Being perfect in power, wisdom & goodness who is worshipped as creator & ruler of the universe.

As shown in Quran 2:29 that Allah is a creator of this world and God has been defined in Webster dictionnary to be the creator. Thus, Allah, indeed, is God by nature.

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