Date: Fri, 04 May 01
To: "SHARIIF ABDULRAHMAN" ,
Subject: [zanzinet] Re: [God in
Arabic is Allah or Rab?]
Assalamun alaikum Shariif
The word "elahh" which is
Aramaic and used in the Hebrew bible.
Allah in the Bible
429 'elleh (Aramaic) (ale'-leh);
corresponding to 428:
***. 'eloahh. See 433.
'elahh (Aramaic) (el-aw');
corresponding to 433; God:
KJV-- God, god.
433 'elowahh (el-o'-ah;
rarely (shortened) 'eloahh
(el-o'-ah); probably prolonged (emphat.) from
a deity or the Deity:
KJV-- God, god. See 430.
430 'elohiym (el-o-heem');
plural of 433; gods in the
ordinary sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus,
especially with the article) of the supreme God;
occasionally applied by way of
deference to magistrates; and sometimes as a superlative:
KJV-- angels, X exceeding, God
(gods)- dess, -ly), X (very) great,
judges, X mighty.
Several points to learn:
1. "elahh" is the way the word
"hhla" (spelled from right to left as it is Aramaic) is
2. The words "Elahh", "hhla
(read from right to left)" and "Allah" all have the "h"
letter and pronunciation in them.
.3 - "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 Aramaic word "hla (read from right to left)", which is
transliterated as "elah" which
means "oak" is pronounced as "Ay-law" also as shown above.
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 Hebew word "Elohim" is the plural of "Elowah", which is
derived from the Aramaic word "Alaha", or "Elahh"; the same
as the Arabic word
or "Allawh" in pronunciation.
If we pronounce the words
"Allah" in Arabic and "Elahh (pronounced as
in Aramaic, then we would hear almost the same exact word.
From the above, it was noticed
that the word "elahh" does exist in the Hebrew bible and it
means the above-stated definitions. Its phonetic spelling is
100% identical to that of the Arabic "ilah/elah" and its
meanings do include the same "god" meaning.
In Islam and according to the
Arabic bible and sincere Arab Christians,
God has one name
only and it is "ALLAH".
is the name of God, it has no derivatives and no definitive
Even Jesus himself used the word
Allah in Aramaic; the language Jesus spoke while he preached
the words of GOD Almighty. Go to below this site and find
out how they call God as Allah:
ALAAHAA - - - - God
EESHO - - - - Jesus
MSHEEKHAA - - - - Christ
MSHEEKHOOTAA - - - -
MARRYAA - - - - Lord
Most Recent Discoveries:
Recently Father Pecerillo, a
famous Franciscan Archeologist, found more than twenty
churches in Madaba at the south of Jordan. From the Forth
Century he found houses in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and
Palestine with this inscription in Arabic :"Bismi Allah al-Rahman
al-Raheem" which shows that even people before Islam used
this Holy name, "Allah", for GOD Almighty,
which proves that
the name of GOD Almighty in the Noble Quran, "Allah", is the
correct one. This also proves to us that the Bible is not
There are still
missing pieces in it that disprove trinity.