The absolute greatest misinterpretations that numerous non-Muslims have about Islam have to do with “ALLAH”.
For different reasons, numerous individuals have come to accept that Muslims revere an unexpected God in comparison to Christians and Jews. This is absolutely bogus, since “ALLAH” is essentially that Arabic word for “God” – and there is just a single God. Muslims adore the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus – harmony arrive all. Be that as it may, it is absolutely evident that Jews, Christians and Muslims all have various ideas of Almighty God.
For instance, Muslims – like Jews – dismiss the Christians convictions of the Trinity and the Divine Incarnation.As a matter of first importance, it is essential to take note of that “ALLAH” is a similar word that Arabic-expressing Christians and Jews use for God. In the event that you get an Arabic Bible, you will see “ALLAH” being utilized where “God” is utilized in English. This is on the grounds that “ALLAH” is the main word in the Arabic language proportionate to the English word “God”.
Also, “ALLAH” CANNOT be made plural or given a sexual orientation, which goes connected at the hip with the Islamic idea of God. If we somehow happened to utilize the name God, it very well may be made into plurals and given sexual orientation, for example god’s, goddess, and so on.
The Aramaic word “El”, which is the word for God in the Language that Jesus (pbuh) utilized and talked, is surely progressively comparable in sound to “ALLAH” than the English word “God”. This additionally remains constant for the different Hebrew words for God, which are “El” and “Elah”, and the plural structure “Elohim”. The purpose behind these likenesses is that Aramaic, Hebrew and Arabic are on the whole Semitic dialects (Sister Languages), with regular birthplaces.
Making an interpretation of the Bible into English, the Hebrew word “El” is deciphered differently as “God”, “god” and “holy messenger”! This uncertain language permits various interpreters, in light of their assumptions, to make an interpretation of the word to accommodate their own perspectives. The Arabic Word “ALLAH” then again presents no such trouble, since it is just utilized for The Almighty God alone.
The Arabic word “ALLAH” additionally contains a profound strict message because of its root importance and birthplace. This is on the grounds that it comes from the Arabic action word ta’allaha (or alaha), which signifies “to be adored”. In this way in Arabic, “ALLAH” signifies “The One who merits all love”. This, more or less, is the Pure Monotheistic (one) message of Islam.