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I used to run a blog in Arabic called “Nour Alakl” and ran a satirical Facebook page under the pseudonym “Allah.”
Allah seems unlikely to enter into a “personal” relationship with Muslims, who readily submit to the divine will.
Indeed, does Francis, or any Christian, genuinely accept that God is God, whether his name be Allah or God?
A white single mother to a seven-year-old son, she works (or worked) at the local mall, and only recently got into Allah.
When we asked about where the ammunition in the Korengal came from, all that Zalwar Khan ever said was, “They came from Allah.”Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley|Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Allah had turned the hearts of the great white men and rescued his chosen people in the hour of imminent danger.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
How she didn't turn turtle is known only to Allah and Maturin; and One is great and the other's a damned fine sailor.Jaffery|William J. Locke
Men say I am reckless in danger, as though tempting Allah to write my name in the book of doom.
And the prince called Allah to witness that their troubles were at an end; that three years should see them masters of all Islam.
Sef built it for his fair ones and poets to roam, and think themselves in Allah's paradise.
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Cultural definitions for Allah
The name for God, the Supreme Being, in the Arabic language; the common name for God in Islam.