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Hebrew has something like a You Don’t Stop Riding When You Get Old You Get Old When You Stop Riding Shirt dozen names for the specific deity YHWH (Jehovah). It’s like native English-speaking Jews say, God. We mean our Jewish God (Hashem). Just don’t, and I want to make this perfectly clear, ever say Jehova. Which of course makes sense because the God of the Jews, the Christians, and the Muslims are all the exact same God. Not just a similar monotheistic creator God but literally the exact same god worshipped by Abraham the theological, literal, and genetic father of all three faiths. I’m assuming that you meanwhile speaking in Arabic in everyday conversation, not when reciting prayers.
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Funny though, You Don’t Stop Riding When You Get Old You Get Old When You Stop Riding Shirt Jesus more than likely spoke Aramaic outside of the Temple and synagogues, and so would have used Alpha (which is linguistically related to the Arabic Allah, and both are related to the Hebrew Elohim). Christians (and some Jews) who have conniption fits over saying Allah is just plain ignorant. And Spaniards say “Ojala!” as an exclamation as a remnant of the Moorish occupation. It’s all the same God anyway. When referring to pagan gods do Arabs say Egyptian Allahs or Norse. Except with Egyptian/Norse being the Arabic word also obviously.