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Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: Stan Goodman, Muhammad's history

Submitted by Ibrahim Ali (United Kingdom), Nov 30, 2006 at 09:08

Infidel Jesus spoked the language of Aramaic and this how Jesus would have said God:

ALAAHAA - - - - God

Allah" in Arabic is pronounced as "Al-lawh" or "Al-lah" depending on the sentence that it is used in. In Arabic, the sound of the word "Allah" could be thicker (Allawh) or thinner (Allah) depending on the sentence.

The Aramaic word "hhla (read from right to left)", which is transliterated as "elahh" which means "GOD" is pronounced as "El-aw" as show above.

The Hebew word "Elohim" is the plural of "Elowah", which is derived from the Aramaic word "Alaha", or "Elahh"; the same as the Arabic word "Allah" or "Allawh" in pronunciation.

If we pronounce the words "Allah" in Arabic and "Elahh (pronounced as 'El-aw')" in Aramaic, then we would hear almost the same exact word.

So did Jesus worship a Moon God? Do today' s Christains Arabs worship a Moon God.

Ibrahim

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