Allah is a derogative of Elohim which was also written as Ala'him by the Kabalists in their "gemantria" and "Themura" from which derives Allah. The meaning in both words is the same and both refer to the one true god.<quoted text>
But show me where the name Allah for God is in scripture or the Holy Bible? I can't find it.
As Jews are not allowed to utter the devine name Yah'weh or Jehovah (yeh'vah) the term Elohim or Ala'him would have been used by Jesus. It was this word that was mistakenly adopted by the Arabs as being the name of god and hence we have allah.
So Allah does appear in the Jewish/Christian bible, usually in those places were the word Lord appears in the old testament for which Hebrew scribes would have used the tetragram for Yah'weh that was pronounced Elo'him or Ala'him by the Jewish/early Christian readers at the synagogues.