Anonymous asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 9 months ago

Allah has 99 names and he call himself "we" is it just coincidence?

“Verily WE created man from a product of wet earth; then placed him as a drop (of seed) in a safe lodging; then WE fashioned the drop into a clot, then WE fashioned the clot into a little lump, then WE fashioned the little lump into bones, then clothed the bones with flesh, and then produced it another creation. So blessed be Allah, the Best of CREATORS!” [23:12-14]

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  • 9 months ago

    That's a traditional quirk of the English language called the "Royal We." Ancient European rulers often referred to themselves in the plural. It had nothing to do with religion and may have been because kings usually had a court of lesser nobles.

    • tom9 months agoReport

      make up something better than this.

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  • 9 months ago

    the moon god, allah, had 99 names and they are the same as the muslim god,allah.

  • Mintee
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    you are saying "we" in english... if you know classical arabic.. there is a pronoun reserved for the grandest majestic being possible of reverence we can give Allah.. there actually is no pure translation to another language, so the translaters, just chose "we".. doesnt mean plural or more than one..

    • tom9 months agoReport

      why do you just make things up and believe non-muslims are so stupid they believe you.

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    No, he sometimes needs royal "we" arabic gramma excuses to proceed his evil acts.

    Allah's 100th name is hidden, which is Al-shaitan the greatest deceiver of mankind.

    He and shaitan are one as anything programmer created within program can't exists if programmer didn't program it on purpose, Freewill excuse allows certain freewill but within limit of the creator's characteristic. If someone other than Allah created evil and evil beings disrupt his creation then he is above Allah because he created something Allah didn't desire at first place.

    Remember Allah swt knowingly create Iblis, Jinns, and Dajjal willingly meaning = on purpose because Allah is also evil and good.

    Allah is the point and the singularity.

    He is the dot which started all.

    Allah is the giver of sickness and the medicine.

    • Kin
      Lv 6
      9 months agoReport

      Screw you, coward liar shaitan

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  • 9 months ago

    Because GOD creates things from various of HIS Holy Names , ie; The Beneficence , The Merciful .

    HE creates Human with HIS Beneficence and bestow them with HIS Merciful, by HIS only religion of Islam, for their straight way of lives, to be successful both in this world and the hereafter.

    That is why HE said WE.

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  • Kin
    Lv 6
    9 months ago

    No, it is NOT coincidence. Those are the Holy Wise Uncreated Words of Allah. Allah is Al-Malik, the True King of kings and sometimes uses the royal form of We when referring to Himself in singular pronoun.

    Second when you see, "So blessed be Allah, the Best of Creators!' I think it means no one is a more perfect creator than Allah and Allah is the Best Creator of creators. Creators who cannot and can never create something with perfection and cannot prove of such perfection or cannot manifest such perfection to the creation and because they themselves are imperfect.

    Only Allah can prove such perfection and can manifest His perfection, in His creation and my Allah has. And Allah is Most Perfect, Most Exalted.

    The beauty of our world is a manifestation of the Beauty of Allah because Allah Himself is Most Beautiful and the Beautiful Names, Asma Al-Husna belongs to Allah; Allah is Al-Jamil, the One who is Most Beautiful and beyond human comprehension and Allah loves beauty.

    Some people are oblivious to the Signs of God and the Beauty of God. Some people deny and reject the perfection of God.

    Allah, may be He be exalted, said,

    "Man's initial impression of amazement with regard to the awesome sights in the universe, as a result of Allah's supreme artistry, followed by his in-depth study of what is viable thereof, is meant to lead man to an unwavering spiritual awakening, thus prompting all his spiritual and mental faculties to assertively declare: "...Our Lord not for naught hast thou created {all} this! Glory to Thee! Give us Salvation from the Chastisement of the Fire"

    - {Ahlu 'Imran, 'Family of Imran', 3:191}.

    It is for this that the whole of Allah's creation has been designed and created according to the highest heavenly standard of splendor and order impossible to be ever emulated by anyone.

    He is the Wonderment, the One to be in awe of and I am in awe of Him, of His Holy Wise Powerful, Truthful, Pure, Un-created Words. The Most Beautiful and Most Perfect.

    My Allah is Al-Jabbar, the Irresistible. The One who irresistibly restores all of creation to soundness and sufficiency. Al-Jabbar is One of the Beautiful Names of Allah, Asma Al-Husna.

    The One who repairs, reforms and completes. The One who irresistibly compels things to be set aright. The One who compels each and everything according to divine will, yet is never compelled.

    The One who is high, above all creation and utterly irresistible.

    He described Himself as loving beauty and many beautiful qualities He has revealed to mankind. He has clearly revealed to mankind who He is through His Holy, Wise, Truthful, Living Book and through His signs and through His messengers.

    Allah has distinguished Himself clearly about just who He is and how He stands out and about His Oneness especially through His Beautiful Qualities, Beautiful Names, Asma Al-Husna and many other Beautiful Qualities that are rarely mentioned.

    There is nothing in existence but beauty, for God created the cosmos only in the image of His Infinite, Massive Beauty. Hence, all cosmos with all its objects and events is beautiful.

    Allah says, "Such is the Creation of Allah: now show Me what is there that others besides Him have created..." - {Luqman 31:11}.

    "...{Such is} the artistry of Allah, Who disposes of all things in perfect order..." - {Al-Naml, the Ant, 27:88}.

    "He Who created all things in the best way and He began the creation of man from clay" {al-Sajdah 32:7}.

    Allah says in the Quran: "There is nothing like Him, and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer' {al-Shura 42:11}."

    Also: "On the earth are Signs for those of assured Faith; as also in your own selves: will yet not then see?" {al-Dhariyat, 'Scattering Winds', 51:20 - 21}.

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  • 9 months ago

    It's called the royal We. And just to clear your confusion, the very verse that says God has many names refer to Him in the singular pronoun.

    "The most beautiful names belong to Allah: so call on HIM by them..." Koran(7:180).

    This shouldn't confuse anyone who reads the Koran. It's so clear, in fact no Muslim denomination disputes it, and they dispute a lot of things.

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