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Allahu Akbar

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However, this is untrue. "Allahu Akbar" does not mean "God is great" as claimed. It actually means "[[Allah]] is greater." Greater than what? You may ask. The fact that it's a 'war cry' for the Jihadis (more recently including Major [[Murder Has A Religion|Nidal Malik Hasan]]) should give you a clue to this. Let's examine the use of this phrase in [[Islam and Scripture|scripture]], and the use of these words in their original Arabic.
This is absolutely wrong. Muslims shout this when they are in great distress as well, or being attacked themselves. It translates to "God is great(er)" but really it's like saying "Thank God/Praise God."

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