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Actually Plato, "Allah" of Islam is not Yahweh of Bible

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Submitted by Devasahayam (United States), Sep 1, 2009 at 19:42

The term "Allah" as used in Arabic comes from the statement "Alah bamah...."; in Hebrew, the term "alah" means "I will", the one place it is used (in Isaiah) the phrase is an exclamation of pride by Old Nick (the word "bamah" means "height"--in English the complete statement is "I will climb above the Most High...").

In other words, the Muslims' Allah is none other than Old Nick

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