Who is Allah


. Some of The biggest misconceptions that many non-Muslims have about Islam have to do with the word “ALLAH”.

For various reasons, many people have come to believe that Muslims worship a different God than Christians and Jews. This is totally false, since “ALLAH” is simply that Arabic word for “God” – and there is only One God. Muslims worship the God of Noah, Abraham, Moses, David and Jesus – peace be upon them all. However, it is certainly true that Jews, Christians and Muslims all have different concepts of Almighty God.

For example, Muslims – like Jews – reject the Christians beliefs of the Trinity and the Divine Incarnation.
First of all, it is important to note that “ALLAH” is the same word that Arabic-speaking Christians and Jews use for God. If you pick up an Arabic Bible, you will see the word “ALLAH” being used where “God” is used in English. This is because “ALLAH” is the only word in the Arabic language equivalent to the English word “God”.
Additionally, the word “ALLAH” CANNOT be made plural or given a gender, which goes hand in hand with the Islamic concept of God. If we were to use the name God, it can be made into plurals and given gender, i.e. god’s, goddess, etc.
The Aramaic word “El”, which is the word for God in the Language that Jesus (pbuh) used and spoke, is certainly more similar in sound to the word “ALLAH” than the English word “God”. This also holds true for the various Hebrew words for God, which are “El” and “Elah”, and the plural form “Elohim”. The reason for these similarities is that Aramaic, Hebrew and Arabic are all Semitic languages (Sister Languages), with common origins.
Translating the Bible into English, the Hebrew word “El” is translated variously as “God”, “god” and “angel”! This imprecise language allows different translators, based on their preconceived notions, to translate the word to fit their own views. The Arabic Word “ALLAH” on the other hand presents no such difficulty, since it is only used for The Almighty God alone.
The Arabic word “ALLAH” also contains a deep religious message due to its root meaning and origin. This is because it stems from the Arabic verb ta’allaha (or alaha), which means “to be worshipped”. Thus in Arabic, the word “ALLAH” means “The One who deserves all worship”. This, in a nutshell, is the Pure Monotheistic (one) message of Islam.

Why to help others??

Helping people is important because it’s good to do good deeds for others.” “It’s good to help because it makes you feel good about yourself.” “Because it will make you seem like a better person and have others have a better outlook on you.” “Because if you help someone in need they feel the need to help other…

7 Scientific Benefits of Helping

volunteering Others saves your time, money, or energy to help others doesn’t just make the world better—it also makes youbetter. Studies indicate that the very act of giving back to the community boosts your happiness, health, and sense of well-being. Here are seven scientific benefits of lending a hand to those in need.


Want to extend your lifespan? Think about regularly assisting at a soup kitchen or coaching a basketball team at an at-risk high school. Research has shown that these kinds of activities can improve health in ways that can length your lifespan—volunteers show an improved ability to manage stress and stave off disease as well as reduced rates of depression and an increased sense of life satisfaction—when they were performed on a regular basis. This might be because volunteering alleviates loneliness and enhances our social lives—factors that can significantly affect our long-term health.


When one person performs a good deed, it causes a chain reaction of other altruistic acts. One study found that people are more likely to perform feats of generosity after observing another do the same. This effect can ripple throughout the community, inspiring dozens of individuals to make a difference.


One team of sociologists tracked 2000 people over a five-year period and found that Americans who described themselves as “very happy” volunteered at least 5.8 hours per month. This heightened sense of well-being might be the byproduct of being more physically active as a result of volunteering, or because it makes us more socially active. Researchers also think that giving back might give individuals a mental boost by providing them with a neurochemical sense of reward.


According to one study, people who suffered from chronic pain tried working as peer volunteers. As a result, they experienced a reduction in their own symptoms.


If you’re at risk for heart problems, your doctor has probably told you to cut back on red meat or the hours at your stressful job. However, you should also consider adding something to your routine: a regular volunteer schedule. One piece of research showed that older individuals who volunteered for at least 200 hours a year decreased their risk of hypertension by a whopping 40 percent. This could possibly be because they were provided with more social opportunities, which help relieve loneliness and the stress that often accompanies it.


According to sociologists, teenagers who volunteer have better grades and self-image.


Looking for more meaning in your day-to-day existence? Studies show that volunteering enhances an individual’s overall sense of purpose and identity—particularly if they no longer hold a life-defining role like “worker” or “parent.”

List of Famous Muslims👳

A list of famous Muslims.

Muhammad (570 – 632) Considered by Muslims to be a messenger and prophet from God. He founded the religion

of Islam by receiving revelations from God – which form the verses of the Qu’ran. Muhammad also unified various Meccan tribes.

Saladin (1137-1193) was the first Sultan of Egypt and Syria. Saladin is best known for leading the Islamic opposition to the Christian Crusades. In 1187, he led the Muslim armies to recapture Palestine. His chivalrous behaviour was said to have gained the respect of King Richard I.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876 – 1948) was the founder of Pakistan. He served as leader of the All-India Muslim League from 1913 to Pakistan’s independence in 1947. He served as Pakistan’s first Governor-General before his death in 1948.

Muhammad Ali(1947 – 2016) was a professional heavyweight boxer – considered the greatest champion in the history of sport. His refusal to fight in Vietnam made him polarising figure in the 1970s. At the age of 22, he changed his name and joined the Nation of Islam. He later converted to Sunni Islam and later Sufism. Since his retirement, he has become a symbol of religious freedom, racial justice and standing for your principles.


Mo Farrah (1983 – ) Somali born British runner. Farah has won double Olympic gold in the 5000m and 10,000m. He is a devout Muslim and active supporter of the Muslim Writers Awards.

Shirin Ebadi ( 1947 – ) an Iranian lawyer, Ebadi has fought for democracy, women’s rights and has defended many political dissidents in her native Iran. She was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 2003 for her contribution and courage to defending human rights.

Malcolm X (1925-1965 ) was an African-American Muslim Minister, who was an influential figure in the Nation of Islam and later his own Organisation of Afro-American unity. He proposed black self-determination and split with other civil rights leaders who adopted integration.


Cat Stevens / Yusuf Islam (1948 – ) is a British singer and songwriter, who had a successful pop career before converting to Islam in 1978. He changed his name to Yusuf Islam and has spent more time contributing to humanitarian projects.

Rumi (1207 – 1273) Persian poet and Sufi mystic. Some 6,000 of his verses are closely related to the Quran and he frequently mentions the Holy Book in his poetry.

Abu Jafar Muhammad (900- 971) was a Muslim astronomer and Mathematician from Persia. He worked on many astronomical instruments which were very useful for later scientists.

Yasser Arafat (1929-2004) was leader of the Palestinian Liberation Army (PLO) who represented Palestinians displaced by the creation of Israel. For many years he fought the state of Isreal. Towards the end of his life, he entered into negotiations with Israel, to seek an end to the decade’s long conflict.


what is life???

this is the question always put almost all the people in wonder…

now i am going to tell all those people what is life?


the meaning of life is whatever we choose .The meaning of life is not only to exist ,to survie but to move ahead, to achieve something, to go up, to conquer this world

بلھے شاہ

بلھے شاہ کا اصل نام عبد اللہ شاہ ہے۔[1]آپ رحمۃ اللہ تعالیٰ علیہ 3 مارچ 1680ء (1091ھ) میں مغلیہ سلطنت کے عروج میں اوچ گیلانیاں میں پیدا ہو ئے۔[2]۔ کچھ عرصہ یہاں رہنے کے بعد قصور کے قریب پانڈومیں منتقل ہو گئے۔ان کے والد سخی شاہ محمد درویش مسجد کے امام تھے اور مدرسے میں بچوں کو پڑھاتے تھے۔ بلّہے شاہ نے والد سے ابتدائی تعلیم حاصل کی۔ بعد قصور جا کر قرآن، حدیث، فقہ اور منطق میں اعلی حاصل کی۔ قرآن[1]آپ رحمۃ اللہ تعالیٰ علیہ 3 مارچ 1680ء (1091ھ) میں مغلیہ سلطنت کے عروج میں اوچ گیلانیاں میں پیدا ہو ئے۔[2]۔ کچھ عرصہ یہاں رہنے کے بعد قصور کے قریب پانڈومیں منتقل ہو گئے۔ان کے والد سخی شاہ محمد درویش مسجد کے امام تھے اور مدرسے میں بچوں کو پڑھاتے تھے۔ بلّہے شاہ نے والد سے ابتدائی تعلیم حاصل کی۔ بعد قصور جا کر قرآن، حدیث، فقہ اور منطق میں اعلی حاصل کی۔ قرآن
اظرہ کے علاوہ گلستان بوستان بھی پڑھی اور منطق، نحو، معانی، کنز قدوری،شرح وقایہ، سبقاء اور بحراطبواة بھی پڑھا۔ شطاریہ خیالات سے بھی مستفید ہو ئے۔ ایک خاص سطح تک حصولِ علم کے بعد ان پر انکشاف ہوا کہ دنیا بھر کے علم کو حاصل کر کے بھی انسان کا دل مطمئن نہیں ہوسکتا۔ سکونِ قلب کے لیے صرف اللہ کا تصور ہی کافی ہے۔ اسے اپنی ایک کافی میں یوں بیان کیا۔علموں بس کر او یار۔اکّو الف تیرے درکار وہ خود سیّد زادے تھے لیکن انہوں نے شاہ عنایت کے ہاتھ پر بیعت کی جو ذات کے آرائیں تھے اس طرح بلّہے شاہ نے ذات پات، فرقے اور عقیدے کے سب بندھن توڑ کر صلح کل کا راستہ اپنایآمیز رشتہ ان کی مابعد الطبیعیات سے پیدا ہوا تھا۔ وہ پکے وحدت الو جودی تھے، اس لیے ہر شے کو مظہر خدا جانتے تھے۔ مرشد کے لیے انسان کامل کا درجہ رکھتے تھے۔ مصلحت اندیشی اور مطابقت پذیری کبھی بھی ان کی ذات کا حصہ نہ بن سکی۔ ظاہر پسندی پر تنقید و طنز ہمہ وقت ان کی شاعری کا پسندیدہ جزو رہی۔ ان کی شاعری میں شرع اور عشق ہمیشہ متصادم نظر آتے ہیں اور ان کی ہمدردیاں ہمیشہ عشق کے ساتھ ہوتی ہیں۔ ان کے کام میں عشق ایک ایسی زبردست قوت بن کر سامنے آتا ہے جس کے آگے شرع بند نہیں باندھ سکتی۔ بلّہے شاہ کو ملاّ کے تصورِ دین سے سخت نفرت ہوچکی تھی۔ عربی فارسی میں عالم ہونے کے باوجود انہوں نے پنجابی کو ذریعۂ اظہار بنایا تاکہ عوام سے رابطے میں آسکیں۔ ۔

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