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Allah or God or Bagwan all are mean same

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Submitted by Azhar (United Kingdom), Oct 15, 2007 at 21:09

Allah or God or Bagwan or any other words used for that authority who create the whole universe including all living things. But Allah is the name used by Allah in his book Quran. We being muslim believe that the whole universe and all the objevts inside it are created by the Allah and the whole this system is run by the Will of the Allah. This same is believe by christians and Hindus. Whatever is the name used by any religion, or by any name you called Allah or God the meaning is the same.

Allah is the only authority who create this system and who run this without the help of any body. Allah has no father and no son. He is alone. Allah has the unlimited powers. Allah when ever want can destroy the whole universe and whenever he wants he can create the universe again as it was before and for this job He need no help and he can do all this by just saying do and any task will done.

If the God concept other religion is the same as try to described in the above paragraph then the Allah and the God is the same other wise not.

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