noun: Muslim name for the one and only God
Allah (English pronunciation: is the Arabic word for God (literally 'the God', as the initial "Al-" is the definite article). It is used mainly by Muslims to refer to God in Islam, Arab Christians, and often, albeit not exclusively, by Bahas, Arabic-speakers, Indonesian, Malaysian and Maltese Christians, and Mizrahi Jews. Wikipedia, Allah
Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth
"This is the true ideal, the true aspiration, the highest goal - to understand and experience the Reality behind and within all things giving them their individual being.
You may call the Reality - God, Allah, Jehovah, Infinite Intelligence, Divine Mind or Divine Consciousness or the Tao. All these names mean the SOURCE of your BEING - your CREATIVE ORIGINS.
YOU CAN HAVE NO HIGHER ASPIRATION THAN THIS - to understand and experience the Reality behind and within all things - giving, maintaining and sustaining all individual being.
This was the goal presented to you by every enlightened Teacher who has come to earth." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 4, page 9]
Theodosius Atallah Hann
"I am a Palestinian Christian. We also say: "Allah Akbar" which normally hear from a Muslim, as well as: "Inshaa Allah", "Ma Shaa Allah" and "Alhamdulillah" ... This is simply because Arabic is our language, and Arabic word for "God" and "Allah" whether you are a Christian or a Muslim." [Theodosius Atallah Hann, Archbishop of Sebastia for the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem]