Very often one will hear the Arabic word "Allaah" being used in regards to Islaam. The word "Allaah" is simply the Arabic word for Almighty God, and is the same word used by Arabic speaking Christians and Jews. If one were to pick up an Arabic translation of the Bible, one would see the word "Allaah" being use where the word "God" is used in English. Actually, the Arabic word for Almighty God, "Allaah", is quite similar to the word for God in other Semitic languages - for example, the Hebrew word for God is "Elah". For various reasons, some non-Muslims mistakenly believe that Muslims worship a different God than the God of Moses and Abraham and Jesus. This is certainly not the case, since the Pure Monotheism of Islaam calls all people to the worship of the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and all of the other prophets.
* Allah is one and has no partners at all
* No being or object is worthy to be worshipped except Allah
* Allah judges everyone based on their own deeds and everyone is accountable for his/her own actions
The Most High:
* Allah is over His creation separated from his creatures
* Allah is incomparably more merciful to His creation than a mother to her baby
* Allah has no rivals
* The Creator and Sustainer
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