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Jan 9, 2015 by John

Allahu akbar is proabably the best known and least understood phrase in Islam, at least by Westerners that like to pretend they are partners with the “religion of peace.” Most people seem to think that it is religious praise or the equivalent of “thank God”.

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Jan 9, 2015 by John

Allahu akbar is proabably the best known and least understood phrase in Islam, at least by Westerners that like to pretend they are partners with the “religion of peace.” Most people seem to think that it is religious praise or the equivalent of “thank God”. RINO Senator John McCain said as much while criticizing Fox News in the 2013 clip below:

Senator McCain is perhaps the poster child for this ignorance of equating Allahu Akbar with simple praise. However, the phrase in Islam for thanking Allah is Al-ḥamdu lillāh (Arabic: الحمد لله‎). Al is the definite article “the”. Hamdu means the “feeling of gratitude.” Li-l-lāh means belonging to Allah.

Alternately, Allahu Akbar has a very different meaning. If it was simply Allah is great, the word would be Kebir which means great. Instead, Allahu Akbar…

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