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Ungrateful servants of Allah: Your only a rebel in his kingdom!

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Submitted by Nura (United States), Oct 13, 2008 at 15:47

Your knowledge on the historic names of Gods is as bad as your grammar. Baal is an ancient Babylonian/Assyrian God. Jews worshiped this deity when they were enslaved by the Babylonians thousands of years before Islam arrived. Get your facts straight.

Ancient Arab peoples worshipped many Gods, that this why the prophet (PBUH) came and since then they have been a monotheistic people.

Now he has no name in Islam aS THE WORD aLLAH WAS iLAH named Ar-RaHMAN, THE MOST MERCIFUL. aLLAH WAS A WORD OF THE hINDU STOLEN by the most merciful prophet from the Hindus.

What are you talking about? Elah is the Aramaic name for God! There are derivatives in Arabic and Hebrew that has forms of this name including Allah, Ilah, which is in Arabic. It is important to note that Arab Christians and well as some Jews call God Allah, further proof that this name derived from ancient scriptural notations of God, the almighty.

Furthermore, Ar-Rahman (the most compassionate), is only an ATTRIBUTE of Allah. He actually is called many names according to his attributes which is 99.

Ar-Rahman

1

The All-Compassionate

Ar-Rahim

2

The All-Merciful

Al-Malik

3

The Absolute Ruler

Al-Quddus

4

The Pure One

As-Salam

5

The Source of Peace

Al-Mu'min

6

The Inspirer of Faith

Al-Muhaymin

7

The Guardian

Al-'Aziz

8

The Victorious

Al-Jabbar

9

The Compeller

Al-Mutakabbir

10

The Greatest

Al-Khaliq

11

The Creator

Al-Bari'

12

The Maker of Order

Al-Musawwir

13

The Shaper of Beauty

Al-Ghaffar

14

The Forgiving

Al-Qahhar

15

The Subduer

Al-Wahhab

16

The Giver of All

Ar-Razzaq

17

The Sustainer

Al-Fattah

18

The Opener

Al-'Alim

19

The Knower of All

Al-Qabid

20

The Constrictor

Al-Basit

21

The Reliever

Al-Khafid

22

The Abaser

Ar-Rafi'

23

The Exalter

Al-Mu'izz

24

The Bestower of Honors

Al-Mudhill

25

The Humiliator

As-Sami

26

The Hearer of All

Al-Basir

27

The Seer of All

Al-Hakam

28

The Judge

Al-'Adl

29

The Just

Al-Latif

30

The Subtle One

Al-Khabir

31

The All-Aware

Al-Halim

32

The Forebearing

Al-'Azim

33

The Magnificent

Al-Ghafur

34

The Forgiver and Hider of Faults

Ash-Shakur

35

The Rewarder of Thankfulness

Al-'Ali

36

The Highest

Al-Kabir

37

The Greatest

Al-Hafiz

38

The Preserver

Al-Muqit

39

The Nourisher

Al-Hasib

40

The Accounter

Al-Jalil

41

The Mighty

Al-Karim

42

The Generous

Ar-Raqib

43

The Watchful One

Al-Mujib

44

The Responder to Prayer

Al-Wasi'

45

The All-Comprehending

Al-Hakim

46

The Perfectly Wise

Al-Wadud

47

The Loving One

Al-Majíd

48

The Majestic One

Al-Ba'ith

49

The Resurrector

Ash-Shahid

50

The Witness

Al-h Haqq

51

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