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InshALLAH & DEO volente (GOD willing)

ʾIn shāʾ ALLAH (Arabic: إن شاء الله‎, is the Arabic language expression for “GOD willing” or “if GOD wills”. The phrase comes from a Quranic passages which states that believers have to use it when speaking about future events.[Quran 18, 23-24] The phrase is commonly used by Muslims, Arab Christians, and Arabic-speakers of other religions, to  Full Article…


ٱللَّه God

ALLAH (الله) is the Name of God/GOD in Arabic language, used for the monoteistic faith (GOD of Abraham) of Islam. The triliteral root hamza lām hā (أ ل ه) occurs 2851 times in the Quran, in three derived forms: 147 times as the noun ilāh (إِلَٰه) 2699 times as the proper noun ALLAH (ٱللَّه) five  Full Article…