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The word "Allah" as the name of GOD in the Book of Ezra in the Aramaic Bible:

The following was sent to me by brother Tera Tak Adamar; may Allah Almighty always be pleased with him.

Christians themselves not aware that 'Allah' is actually the God of every prophet, the proof is Old Testament itself. In Aramaic God is 'Elah', in Hebrew is 'Eloah' whereas in Arabic is 'Allah', these 3 are actually related to each other. The different in pronounciation is only on slang.

 

I have found the interesting proof from Christian's source to prove
this. Please read:

AllahinOT.jpg (30012 bytes)

 

This passage is taken from Vine's Complete Exposition Dictionary by W.E. Vine, Merrill F.Unger, William White, Jr., Thomas Nelson Publishers, Nashville, TN, 1996.

This book also has mentioned that Ezra and prophet Daniel were called their God as "Elah". The passage above is more than enough to encounter back the allegation made by some Christians about Allah=Enlil.

 

 

 

 

 

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