Who Is Allah?

Who Is Allah?

There are 252860 comments on the The Brussels Journal story from Aug 24, 2007, titled Who Is Allah?. In it, The Brussels Journal reports that:

“Allah is a very beautiful word for God. Shouldn't we all say that from now on we will name God Allah? [...] What does God care what we call him?”

From the desk of Soeren Kern on Fri, 2007-08-24 11:56 Europeans love to mock the salience of religion in American society. via The Brussels Journal

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Brussels Journal.

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#171020 Apr 7, 2013
bmz wrote:
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It shows how ignorant you are, Mahmood. Arabs were meticulous. They are the ones, who educated the Turks and many others.
There you go again writing a foolish and a junk post. Will write tomorrow.
All you write is lies.
Muhammad was the transgressor.
Muhammad was mad man possessed by jinn devils.
Lie Muslim Lie!
That is all you do Muslim.
I PUT IT ALL PUT THERE.
Muhammad said Black man is what Satan looks like.
Is Muhammad truthful Muslim, does the Black man look like Satan ?

FROM IBN ISHAQ'S "SIRAT RASULALLAH", translated as, "THE LIFE OF MUHAMMAD" by A. Guillaume, page 243.

"I have heard that it was of him that the apostle said, "Whoever wants to see Satan let him take a look at Nabtal b. al-Harith!" He was a sturdy black man with long flowing hair, inflamed eyes, and dark ruddy cheeks. He used to come and talk to the apostle and listen to him and then carry what he had said to the hypocrites. It was he who said: "Muhammad is all ears: if anyone tells him anything he believes it." God sent down concerning him: "And of them are those who annoy the prophet and say he is all ears, Say: Good ears for you. He believes in God and trusts the believers and is a mercy for those of you who believe; and those who annoy the apostle of God for them there is a painful punishment." (Sura 9:61)

COMMENT
Muhammad knew many people who were against him, some of them were tough, proven warriors. But of all the people, Muhammad picked out a peculiar looking black man and said that Satan looked like him! Muhammad said that Satan looks like a Negro! Certainly there were unusual looking Arab men in the area, but Muhammad picked out a black man as the image of Satan. Why?

QUESTIONS
Why would God allow Satan to put his words in Muhammad's mouth, and then make light of it? Shouldn't someone speaking the word of God be held accountable?

1) How is yawning from Satan?

2) How can Satan be everywhere touching new-born infants?

3) If Satan can be physical or spiritual, why did he allow Abu Huraira and Muhammad to capture him?

4) Why did Muhammad say Satan looks like a black man?

CONCLUSION

The Hadith clearly portrays the workings of Muhammad's mind. He accepted superstitions, myths, and made bizarre declarations whenever he had to say something about an event, or something he didn't understand.

Muhammad said that Satan's cunning was weak, but Satan tricked Muhammad into teaching and performing idol worship, and Satan was partly responsible for the harsh Muslim defeat at Uhud. These contradictions delineate Muhammad's ever changing ideas.

Muhammad was a very superstitious man. These statements prove that Muhammad was not listening to God, but to the machinations of his mind. Islam is partly built upon the Hadith; Islam is part superstition.

Muhammad was possessed.
He was guided by jinn devils.
He so feared the pagan moon god Allah that he worshiped as a child that all other religions became demons in the eyes and mind of Muhammad.
Muhammad became obsessed with wanting to kill non-Muslims to please his jinn devil god Allah.
He relied on superstition instilled into him by his mother as a child.
http://religionresearchinstitute.org/Mohammad ...
bmz

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#171021 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>They were Jews translating their own Scripture.
You bull-shit Muslim.
Muhammad was nothing more than a rapist, robber, Murder and a liar.
That is Horse Shit, Shamma. Stop bullshitting!

The Jews never translated their Scripture into any language back then. Why would they do that?
Hebrew was their own language. Why would they want to understand it through another absurd language, which was not scriptural?

It is like foreign idiots and bloody fools telling Arabs to read and understand Qur'aan in Greek.
That is why Christianity is messed up and you have a silly and an absurd triune God, which is of course a Bull Shit..

Others were translating their Scripture in a non-scriptural and a poor language known as Greek. Through courtesy of that language, Yeshua became a hilarious name, Jesus.

I have to go to bed, so you carry on babbling and blabbering.
uhuh

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#171022 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
Qur'an 67:20 "Who is he that will send an army to assist you besides Al-Rahman?"
So why choose this name? Muslim scholars have no viable explanation as to why Muhammad called his Lord Al-Rahman. And Yahweh is neither Ar-Rahman nor Allah.
do you know that
following the blessing after meal (birkat ha-mazon), Jews recite the "Ha-Rachaman/Al-Rahman " supplication?

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#171023 Apr 7, 2013
uhuh wrote:
<quoted text>
do you know that
following the blessing after meal (birkat ha-mazon), Jews recite the "Ha-Rachaman/Al-Rahman " supplication?
You are wrong uhuh! The Jewish word is ar-Rahman, not Al-Rahman.

Birkat Ha-Mazon: Grace After Meals
One of the most important prayers in Judaism, one of the very few that the Bible commands us to recite, is never recited during synagogueservices. That prayer is birkat ha-mazon, grace after meals.

In Deuteronomy 8:10, we are commanded that when we eat and are satisfied, we must bless the L-rd, our G-d. This commandment is fulfilled by reciting the birkat ha-mazon (blessing of the food) after each meal. Reciting birkat ha-mazon is commonly referred to as bentsching, from the Yiddish word meaning "to bless." Although the word "bentsch" can refer to the recitation of any berakhah, it is almost always used to refer to reciting birkat ha-mazon.

Grace after meals is recited in addition to the various berakhot over food recited before meals.

Birkat ha-mazon actually consists of four blessings, three of which were composed around the time of Ezra and the Great Assembly and a fourth which was added after the destruction of the Temple. These blessings are:
1.Birkat Hazan (the blessing for providing food), which thanks G-d for giving food to the world,
2.Birkat Ha-Aretz (the blessing for the land), which thanks G-d for bringing us forth from the land of Egypt, for making His covenant with us, and for giving us the land of Israel as an inheritance,
3.Birkat Yerushalayim (the blessing for Jerusalem), which prays for the rebuilding of Jerusalem and the coming of the mashiach; and
4.Birkat Ha-Tov v'Ha-Maytiv (the blessing for being good and doing good), was added after the destruction of the Temple, although it existed before that time. It emphasizes the goodness of G-d's work, that G-d is good and does good.

In addition to these four blessings, the full birkat ha-mazon incorporates some psalms and additional blessings for various special occasions (holidays, guests, etc.)

Muhammad was not a Jew uhuh.
Muhammad killed Jews for rejecting Muhammad as a prophet from God.

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#171024 Apr 7, 2013
bmz wrote:
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That is Horse Shit, Shamma. Stop bullshitting!
The Jews never translated their Scripture into any language back then. Why would they do that?
Hebrew was their own language. Why would they want to understand it through another absurd language, which was not scriptural?
It is like foreign idiots and bloody fools telling Arabs to read and understand Qur'aan in Greek.
That is why Christianity is messed up and you have a silly and an absurd triune God, which is of course a Bull Shit..
Others were translating their Scripture in a non-scriptural and a poor language known as Greek. Through courtesy of that language, Yeshua became a hilarious name, Jesus.
I have to go to bed, so you carry on babbling and blabbering.
Peter, John, Andrew, and the rest of the disciple Jesus picked to become disciples were all Jews.
They could read and write in the language of the Jews.

Muhammad screwed up your mind BMZ.

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#171025 Apr 7, 2013
uhuh wrote:
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you've copied from.. Religion Research Institute, whose VISION: the study of ancient manuscripts to enlighten every Muslim
the article's major source is "Halabieh", i.e. Sirah al-Halabiyyah by Ali Burhanuddin al-Halabi, from the 15th century
..ancient manuscript indeed
Do you reject that source?
And do you have a source other than that source that proves my source wrong?
If you have bring it forward?
The history of the ancient Arab world and its gods are well documented on the internet.
The Hadiths, and Quran give testimony to Muhammad's involvement in the occult worship of jinns as the Quran it self testify that Allah is the creator of jinns.

The Quran Allah god is the only god that takes claim for creating jinns, since jinns are not mentioned in the Holy Bible.

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#171026 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong uhuh! The Jewish word is ar-Rahman, not Al-Rahman.
The word is racham - three letter word root - r,ch,m

Same root as in Arabic

means mercy, merciful

In Arabic- the compassionate

UhUh is correct

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#171027 Apr 7, 2013
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_male_rachamim

"El male rachamim" is a funeral prayer used by the Ashkenazi Jewish community. The chazzan recites it, for the ascension of the souls of the dead, during the funeral, going up to the grave of the departed, remembrance days, and other occasions on which the memory of the dead is recalled.

"God, full of mercy, who dwells in the heights....."

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#171028 Apr 7, 2013
bmz wrote:
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There you are. At least you tried, but Colonna, the clueless fool did not quote anything.
The caravan is mentioned as "Ghaira zaatis-shaukath" in 8:7-8, so one party was the armed enemy
and the other unarmed was the caravan.
And this had happened at Badr.
Abu Sufiyan, the smart ass quickly took his caravan and ran away. When he was asked why was he running away and where was his honour, he replied, "My honour is on the back of my camels". This is also from your sources. lol!
After the battle was over and your brothers and wakeels, the Meccan pagans were humbled, the Muslims divided the spoils of the battle. This was the first spoil they had gained and the Surah was titled "Spoils" which means Anfaal in Arabic. 
You should ask, if you do not know, instead of making junk comments, Mahmood.
You need to read the entire Qur'aan. You have read only cherry-picked verses brought up by the ignorant fools, Christian polemicists and other bloody fools.
Good night
This shows dumb you are.

How do you know what happened in the battle of Badr if you stated that Quran is the supreme source and rejecting therefore and by your words all the other sources? And don't forget that Quran is pretty vague in its content that you are left with nothing but extra quranic sources.

That's where you enter in contradiction.

This is the reason why you keep corrisponding to Skeptic for years, when you write a contradiction, nonsense ect he's blind. You make your game and he makes his game.

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#171029 Apr 7, 2013
This shows how dumb you are.

How do you know what happened in the battle of Badr if you stated that Quran is the supreme source and rejecting therefore and by your words all the other sources? And don't forget that Quran is pretty vague in its content that you are left with nothing but extra quranic sources. LOL

Yes, that's where you enter in contradiction.

This is the reason why you keep corrisponding to Skeptic for years, when you write a contradiction, nonsense ect he's blind. You make your game and he makes his game.
Alex123 WM

London, UK

#171030 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong uhuh! The Jewish word is ar-Rahman, not Al-Rahman.
Birkat Ha-Mazon: Grace After Meals..........
LOL....dear ignorant SKEPTIC...hang up your boots and gloves!!

Surat Ar-Ra&#293;m&#257;n (The Beneficent)- &#1587;&#1608;&#15 85;&#1577; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1605;& #1606;

&#1576;&#1587;&#16 05; &#1575;&#1604;&#16 04;&#1607; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1605;& #1606; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1610;& #1605;

55:1

The Most Merciful

The Beneficent...TheBeneficient Allah...

AR-RAHMAN is the name of this BEAUTIFUL chapter....
Ar rahman...allamal Qur'an.....khalaqal insan....allamal bayan...ashamsu wal Qamaru bi husban...
(my instant transliteration will never do justice this to this Surat)
You are missing out on a lot SKEPTIC
Alex123 WM

London, UK

#171031 Apr 7, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: well their is your muslem idea of a messiah, the christians ideal of a messiah, the jewish idea of a messiah. and then their is G-D'S Idea of TheMosheeach. and none of this worlds ideas of a messiah, is in agreement with G-D'S Idea of this.
probably not a good idea, to bad mouth any idea of a messiah. because you just never truly know, who is your next door neighbor. and just might be hiding, behind some fake name.
You may be right there rabbee..
Peace.

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#171032 Apr 7, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
The word is racham - three letter word root - r,ch,m
Same root as in Arabic
means mercy, merciful
In Arabic- the compassionate
UhUh is correct
This is the context of the word Ar-Haman- Al-Rahman was used in my post that uhuh quoted as being the Jewish God.
Read this post carefully before you comment again.

"With the Lord's divine authority firmly established, we return to "The Kingdom" surah. Qur'an 67:20 "Who is he that will send an army to assist you besides Ar-Rahman? The unbelievers are lost in delusion." Another motivation, another teaching is revealed. Ar-Rahman is a militaristic god with an army. Jihad would soon become Islam's most recognizable attribute, the means the messenger would use to abuse his adversaries.

As we discovered earlier, Ar-Rahman was a pagan rock idol with a House like Allah's. The two gods vied for attention. And it's clear that Allah was slighted in the early going. Not only hasn't he been mentioned thus far, he wouldn't find his way into Islam for quite some time. It's not a very nice way to treat the Lord of the House. So why choose this name?

Muslim scholars have no viable explanation as to why Muhammad called his Lord Ar-Rahman. The best they can do is say that god has many names and that Ar-Rahman became one of their god's attributes. But that's nonsense. Ar-Rahman was the name of a pagan deity, one much better known - at least outside the tiny village of Mecca - than Allah. He was an idol - not an attribute. Further, all of the initial religiosity contained in the early revelations mirrors the religion of the Hanifs - the followers of Ar-Rahman.

There are serious problems associated with the prophet choosing to name his spirit Ar-Rahman. When Muhammad ultimately migrated from the shallow doctrinal pool of the Hanifs to the unimaginably deep reservoir of the Jews, he was forced to claim that his Lord was their Lord - the Biblical God, Yahweh. Otherwise, why were all the characters and stories so similar? But that was problematic. Although Muhammad didn't know it, the God of the Bible had a name - Yahweh. He didn't know because the Jews were afraid to say it for fear of blasphemy. And since he was illiterate, Muhammad couldn't read any of the 6,868 times YHWH, or Yahweh, was written in their Scriptures. Just like our Bible translations today, when the Hebrew word says "Yahweh," God's personal name, we read and say "the Lord." But Joe is not Jim. Moses is not Muhammad. And Yahweh is neither Ar-Rahman nor Allah.

Ar-Rahman was an idol of a pagan religious group known as the Hanifs.
Muhammad used that idol as his God before he came up with the name Allah as a God.

So you are Saying Frijoles that the pagan Ar-Rahman idol is the Jewish God that Jews worship.

Just to let you know what you stuck your nose into.

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#171033 Apr 7, 2013
This is the context of the word Ar-Haman- Al-Rahman was used in my post that uhuh quoted as being the Jewish God.
Read this post carefully before you comment again.

"With the Lord's divine authority firmly established, we return to "The Kingdom" surah. Qur'an 67:20 "Who is he that will send an army to assist you besides Ar-Rahman? The unbelievers are lost in delusion." Another motivation, another teaching is revealed. Ar-Rahman is a militaristic god with an army. Jihad would soon become Islam's most recognizable attribute, the means the messenger would use to abuse his adversaries.

As we discovered earlier, Ar-Rahman was a pagan rock idol with a House like Allah's. The two gods vied for attention. And it's clear that Allah was slighted in the early going. Not only hasn't he been mentioned thus far, he wouldn't find his way into Islam for quite some time. It's not a very nice way to treat the Lord of the House. So why choose this name?

Muslim scholars have no viable explanation as to why Muhammad called his Lord Ar-Rahman. The best they can do is say that god has many names and that Ar-Rahman became one of their god's attributes. But that's nonsense. Ar-Rahman was the name of a pagan deity, one much better known - at least outside the tiny village of Mecca - than Allah. He was an idol - not an attribute. Further, all of the initial religiosity contained in the early revelations mirrors the religion of the Hanifs - the followers of Ar-Rahman.

There are serious problems associated with the prophet choosing to name his spirit Ar-Rahman. When Muhammad ultimately migrated from the shallow doctrinal pool of the Hanifs to the unimaginably deep reservoir of the Jews, he was forced to claim that his Lord was their Lord - the Biblical God, Yahweh. Otherwise, why were all the characters and stories so similar? But that was problematic. Although Muhammad didn't know it, the God of the Bible had a name - Yahweh. He didn't know because the Jews were afraid to say it for fear of blasphemy. And since he was illiterate, Muhammad couldn't read any of the 6,868 times YHWH, or Yahweh, was written in their Scriptures. Just like our Bible translations today, when the Hebrew word says "Yahweh," God's personal name, we read and say "the Lord." But Joe is not Jim. Moses is not Muhammad. And Yahweh is neither Ar-Rahman nor Allah.

Ar-Rahman was an idol of a pagan religious group known as the Hanifs.
Muhammad used that idol as his God before he came up with the name Allah as a God.

So you are Saying Frijoles that the pagan Ar-Rahman idol is the Jewish God that Jews worship.

Just to let you know what you stuck your nose into.
http://religionresearchinstitute.org/Mohammad ...

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#171034 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>This is the context of the word Ar-Haman- Al-Rahman was used in my post that uhuh quoted as being the Jewish God.
Read this post carefully before you comment again.
"With the Lord's divine authority firmly established, we return to "The Kingdom" surah. Qur'an 67:20 "Who is he that will send an army to assist you besides Ar-Rahman? The unbelievers are lost in delusion." Another motivation, another teaching is revealed. Ar-Rahman is a militaristic god with an army. Jihad would soon become Islam's most recognizable attribute, the means the messenger would use to abuse his adversaries.
As we discovered earlier, Ar-Rahman was a pagan rock idol with a House like Allah's. The two gods vied for attention. And it's clear that Allah was slighted in the early going. Not only hasn't he been mentioned thus far, he wouldn't find his way into Islam for quite some time. It's not a very nice way to treat the Lord of the House. So why choose this name?
Muslim scholars have no viable explanation as to why Muhammad called his Lord Ar-Rahman. The best they can do is say that god has many names and that Ar-Rahman became one of their god's attributes. But that's nonsense. Ar-Rahman was the name of a pagan deity, one much better known - at least outside the tiny village of Mecca - than Allah. He was an idol - not an attribute. Further, all of the initial religiosity contained in the early revelations mirrors the religion of the Hanifs - the followers of Ar-Rahman.
There are serious problems associated with the prophet choosing to name his spirit Ar-Rahman. When Muhammad ultimately migrated from the shallow doctrinal pool of the Hanifs to the unimaginably deep reservoir of the Jews, he was forced to claim that his Lord was their Lord - the Biblical God, Yahweh. Otherwise, why were all the characters and stories so similar? But that was problematic. Although Muhammad didn't know it, the God of the Bible had a name - Yahweh. He didn't know because the Jews were afraid to say it for fear of blasphemy. And since he was illiterate, Muhammad couldn't read any of the 6,868 times YHWH, or Yahweh, was written in their Scriptures. Just like our Bible translations today, when the Hebrew word says "Yahweh," God's personal name, we read and say "the Lord." But Joe is not Jim. Moses is not Muhammad. And Yahweh is neither Ar-Rahman nor Allah.
Ar-Rahman was an idol of a pagan religious group known as the Hanifs.
Muhammad used that idol as his God before he came up with the name Allah as a God.
So you are Saying Frijoles that the pagan Ar-Rahman idol is the Jewish God that Jews worship.
Just to let you know what you stuck your nose into.
Idiot

What I am saying is that Arabic speakers have a nickname for God in the same way that Hebrew speakers have. The nickname is R-kh-m, which, depending on the syntax, means the Compassionate one

I wouldnt expect you to know this being that you are culturally illiterate, which was why I posted all of that for you

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#171035 Apr 7, 2013
Alex123 WM wrote:
<quoted text>

You are missing out on a lot SKEPTIC
Just dont get him started on what echad or AD means...

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#171036 Apr 7, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Idiot
What I am saying is that Arabic speakers have a nickname for God in the same way that Hebrew speakers have. The nickname is R-kh-m, which, depending on the syntax, means the Compassionate one
I wouldnt expect you to know this being that you are culturally illiterate, which was why I posted all of that for you
You post that Jews worship pagan Hanifs idols.
That's what uhuh was referring too.
You nose is too big for your face.
You keep sticking it in the wrong places.

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#171037 Apr 7, 2013
Alex123 WM wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL....dear ignorant SKEPTIC...hang up your boots and gloves!!
Surat Ar-Ra&#293;m&#257;n (The Beneficent)- &#1587;&#1608;&#15 85;&#1577; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1605;& #1606;
&#1576;&#1587;&#16 05; &#1575;&#1604;&#16 04;&#1607; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1605;& #1606; &#1575;&#1604;&#15 85;&#1581;&#1610;& #1605;
55:1
The Most Merciful
The Beneficent...TheBeneficient Allah...
AR-RAHMAN is the name of this BEAUTIFUL chapter....
Ar rahman...allamal Qur'an.....khalaqal insan....allamal bayan...ashamsu wal Qamaru bi husban...
(my instant transliteration will never do justice this to this Surat)
You are missing out on a lot SKEPTIC
Your speaking of the Hanif's pagan idol that Muhammad borrowed those names from.

Muhammad liked them because they offered free sex, and raping little girls.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Eric

La Grange Park, IL

#171038 Apr 7, 2013
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>You post that Jews worship pagan Hanifs idols.
That's what uhuh was referring too.
You nose is too big for your face.
You keep sticking it in the wrong places.
Do you believe the following passages? If so, are you worshiping a pagan rock god?

The L-RD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my G-d, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower.

You deserted the Rock, who fathered you; you forgot the G-d who gave you birth.

For who is G-d besides the L-RD? And who is the Rock except our G-d?

The L-RD lives! Praise be to my Rock! Exalted be G-d my Savior!

May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, L-RD, my Rock and my Redeemer.

Of David. To you, L-RD, I call; you are my Rock, do not turn a deaf ear to me. For if you remain silent, I will be like those who go down to the pit.

Of David. Praise be to the L-RD my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle

In each, the word Rock is used as a reference to the mono-theistic G-d of Abraham. Just like Frijoles said.

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#171039 Apr 7, 2013
Yeah Skeptic, show us more of your stupidity
Shamma wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong uhuh! The Jewish word is ar-Rahman, not Al-Rahman.
uhuh wrote:
<quoted text>
do you know that
following the blessing after meal (birkat ha-mazon), Jews recite the "Ha-Rachaman/Al-Rahman " supplication?

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