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ALLAH IS ALWAYS THE NAME OF GOD BUT

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Submitted by ABDULATIF (Philippines), Jan 3, 2010 at 17:32

Allah is always the name of God but you can not give discription/definition of Allah not base from the Qur'an.It must be always Qur'an. If not from the Qur'an it will contradict because non Muslims sometime describe Allah in different way as similar as how they give discription of God, sometime God can be son of God whereas in Islam do not.Jesus (PBUH) called his God Eli meaning my God) it sounds similar to Allah,maybe because of difficulty of language accent,they translated of Allah into Eli (Aelleah) and it revolves to Eli.

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