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Effect of Quran’s Teaching on Islamic Monotheism

The alleged problem, which is pointed out by anti Islamic missionaries, is the most hilarious pieces which were written by the pagans. One of the all time favorite is “another silly claim of theirs”. Live Quran Teaching has reflected the Islamic Monotheism in Arabic language.

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Islamophobes have used the vast Arabic language against the Quran. This topic can take on many pages and there are complete books on the Arabic language but the Arabic Islamophobes know nothing about Arabic language. There are many different words in Arabic for lion and camel. According to Islamic missionaries, various meanings of al-Samad result in many different views and this is a problematic area.

The Quran is strictly against the pagan beliefs and strict language is used against them. It is insulting to say that Islamic resources are Pagan. Pilgrimage is found by the Islamophobes in the Hajj, fasting and prayers. The Biblical prophets also need to be pagan, if Islam lies in the pagan category. Attempts have been made by Polytheist Pagans to find paganism in Islam. Another attempt has been made below:

The Islamic expression Allahu Akbar (“Allah is greater”), Muslims take out the meaning that Allah is greater than everything, as a result it smacks down the pagan influence. Allahu Akbar to the Meccan Pagan means means that Allah is greater than all the Gods in the historic settings. In Arabic “Ilah” is represented from the word God and for “The God” Arabic word is “Allah”. It is mostly used by Arabic speaking Christians, Jews and Muslims. In Greek (Matthew 27:46) God is called by his name.

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