40 Arabic Words



  • 2012-04-27T17:59:57

I am alef tav the alpha and omega, the first and the last. No matter the language there is only one truth. Ignorance is not bliss. Ignorance is lost. Find the truth.

  • 2012-04-27T16:13:38

Joe that is an excellent belief. Mostly true, brilliantly put. I have believed that god and religion are lost to time , and played their part in raising the human race, and with all the new discoveries we have enough evidence to prove this. Belief is a good thing , it puts us in our place, but allah and islam ruth ? For bosons sake ! U know wat im gonna say - keep the hand chopping woman killing child raping terrorists off here. It is toxic . And is the reason for most headlines, death, war, crime in this world. It is amcient , and shud be left behind. We can lead ourselves. We dont need the promise of dozens of virgins to be good in this life. Islamification is a real threat to us all.

  • 2012-04-27T14:56:48

I dont believe we need religion in our lives at all, we all have a moral compass which has become innate in pretty much all humans (partly through the help of religion). But in this day and age, your want for good and to practice good deeds is what drove you to religion, not the other way round. There is definitely a need for a unification of like minded, moral inspired people, but I dont think you need to believe in a god to achieve that. I know the spirituality aspect of religion also has a big part to play for people, but I feel that that is a manifestation of the small glimpses we are able to achieve or comprehend, of the scale of the universe and our place in it, which is truly humbling, as we are at the mercy of a far greater cosmological events. I feel spirituality also comes from the understanding that all things in the universe are connected, its all made from the same materials and ultimately, we are the manifestation of the universe becoming aware of itself! (think about that one for a min, I think its a beautiful thought). I dont want to offend anybody with this post but just feel that religion has served its place in raising human kind in its infancy, but now its time to take into account all the new things we have learnt, along with old, and unify the people who are striving for good in the name of humans and for ALL of human kind! The less seperation we have the better! HUMAN KIND, UNITE!

  • 2012-04-27T12:28:02

God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.” And he said, “Say this to the people of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you.’”.

  • 2012-04-27T12:02:53

Carole Douglas Carole, His name, His real name is NOT known. God is a generic term that needs more description; God of Abraham, God of Issac, and such. Because His Name was so Holy, it was not spoken or written fully, meaning letters would be left out. That is the reason we don't know His name and call Him GOD. Even Yahew or Jesus for that matter are NOT the correct names because of the Latin translations screwed up the names from original Hebrew and Greek transcripts.

  • 2012-04-27T08:25:55

thanks bro

  • 2012-04-27T07:46:03

衍宜 maybe Jamie just dont get it yet. I was a jamie b4. Jamie is learning. Go on Jam :) Well i used to be an Islam hater. But then i know God is Love. LOL. He doent teach me to hate people. Even He says hate the sin not the sinner. LOL. Love your enemy. 1st no make sense to me. but as i grow up in my faith, i know hate is nothing but sin. to hate is sin. well thats my perspective. instead of hate, its better to forgive. Right? <3 Just rumbling. :D

  • 2012-04-27T07:45:28

Please see my explanations of the word in other comments on this video.

  • 2012-04-27T07:13:51

Jaime L. Alviola, do you call יהוה "God"? If you do, you have no business saying that the Indonesians are wrong to call יהוה "Allah".

  • 2012-04-27T07:02:52

Pete Dayton I never claimed a Muslim calls Allah God the Father. I'm saying CHRISTIANS who speak languages which use "Allah" to mean God, e.g. Arabic, Iban, etc. call God the Father "Allah", just like Christians who speak English call Him "God".

  • 2012-04-27T06:09:58

Jaime L. Alviola Yes, I certainly do believe that the one true and living God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is honored and glorified if you call him Allah if you worship Him in spirit and in truth. If you don't believe that, then YOU must NOT call YHWH "God" either! After all, that word is used to refer to all sorts of pagan deities, and in fact the roots of the word are Germanic pagan. At least the roots of the word "Allah" is Semitic and referring to the one true Creator.

  • 2012-04-27T05:25:13

Jaime L. Alviola LOL. im not the one who mislead. I mean most of Islam raised up mislead to hate Christian. I was born Christian. Allah is God. God is also YHWH. We call Jesus as Jesus. God Father as Allah. But we dont spell it the way our friends Islam spell Allah. So, As i said before, you are not about how to say God in what language. U have to read the comments below. It explain what Allah means. :) ThankGod for so many languanges. :) Let me copy paste Linda Ann Bowen's comment below: "Alah is the arabic word for God. some Christians use this word in the Arabic translation of the Bible". so its just about translation. <3

  • 2012-04-27T03:35:47

Jaime L. Alviola & Allen Warren, so I urge you to stop denigrating your brothers and sisters in Christ who speak Arabic, Malay, Iban, etc. for the term they use to refer to God -- a term which has more legitimacy than the word "God" you use!

  • 2012-04-27T03:31:03

Allen Warren & Jaime L. Alviola, in addition to that, the moon wasn't even adopted as a symbol for Islam until long after Muhammad. It wasn't until the Ottoman Empire that the crescent moon and star became affiliated with the Muslim world. When the Turks conquered Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1453, they adopted the city's existing flag and symbol. Legend holds that the founder of the Ottoman Empire, Osman, had a dream in which the crescent moon stretched from one end of the earth to the other. Taking this as a good omen, he chose to keep the crescent and make it the symbol of his dynasty.

  • 2012-04-27T03:28:24

Jaime L. Alviola and Allen Warren, did you even read what I wrote? I already conclusively proved by going back to the Hebrew .

  • 2012-04-27T03:25:39

Carole Douglas, actually He said "כי אני יהוה אלהיך מחזיק ימינך האמר לך אל־תירא אני עזרתיך׃ ס" Elohim and Yahweh are both words He used, not "God". "God" is merely the English word used to translate "Elohim". Likewise, Arabic-speaking, Malay-speaking, Iban-speaking, and other Christians use "Allah" to translate "Elohim". And as I pointed out above, "Allah" is actually a cognate of "Elohim" so if you are willing to accept calling Elohim "God", you have no basis to reject calling Elohim "Allah".

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