The Origin of the word “ALLAH” (God)

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Were there Jewish and Christian Arabs before Islam?

In the city of Madina in what we call today “Saudi Arabia”, there were three main religions:  Idol worshiping, Judaism and Christianity.  The name of the Jewish leader who also was the Highest Priest in Madina before Islam came was “Abdallah Bin-Saba”.  His Arabic name was not “AbdElohim Bin-Saba” or “AbdElloi Bin-Saba” or “AbdGOD Bin-Saba”.  The reason why his first name was “Abdallah” is because the Arab Jews in Madina used the word “Allah” for GOD in their Holy Scriptures.   The word “Allah” did indeed exist in the Arabic Talmud and the other Jewish Holy Scriptures.

Also, the Christians’ Arabic Bible at that time used the word “Allah” for GOD.  Even today’s Christians’ Arabic Bibles use the word “Allah” for GOD.   Today in the Middle East, Christians sometimes name their kids “Abdallah”.  Also there are Christian families who’s last names is “Abdallah”.

In today’s Arabic Bible, the word “Allah” is used for both the Old Testament and the New Testament.

Most Recent Archological Discoveries:

Recently Father Pecerillo, a famous Franciscan Archeologist, found more than twenty churches in Madaba at the south of Jordan. From the Forth Century we 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 all found.  There are still missing pieces in it that disprove trinity.

Further discoveries from an Arabic Roman Catholic web site at http://www.al-bushra.org/arbhrtg/arbxtn04.htm:

Recently also, Father Pecerillo, a famous Franciscan Archeologist, found from the Forth Century (200 years before Islam) houses in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine with this inscription in Arabic :”Bismi Allah al-Rahman al-Raheem” which means in Arabic “In the name of ALLAH, the Most Merciful and the Most Gracious”, which again proves that His Holy name existed before Islam and it also proves the True Oneness of Allah Almighty and refutes Trinity. 

Here is an analysis to the Arabic words above:

Bismi – Ism = name. Bism = In name, because “Bi” = in.  Bismi = In the name of, because the “i” at the end of the word must be added because of the “Bi” addition.  When we added “Bi” to the word “Ism”, then the “i” must also be added to the end of “Bism” if and only if the word “Bism” is followed by another word, which makes it become all one word “Bismi” which means “In the name of”.

Allah – Allah is the name of Allah Almighty.  Bismi Allah sounds as “bismillah”, but two seperate words.  “Bismi” is one seperate word and “Allah” is another seperate word.

Al-Rahman – Al = the.  Rahman = merciful.   Rahman is derived from Rahmah, which means mercy.  Al-Rahman is one word.   It is not like English two words “the merciful”.  No, in Arabic, “the” is combined with the word both are written as one word; “Al-Rahman”.

Al-Raheem – Al = the. Raheem = gracious.  Al-Raheem = the gracious.  Again, Al-Raheem is written as one Arabic word, and not two.

“Bismi Allah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem” = “In the name of Allah the Most Merciful and the Most Gracious”.

Here is how the four Arabic words “Bismi Allah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem” written in Arabic:

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

🌷Peace on you= Assalamu Alaykom🌷

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