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Allahu Akbar

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====Lane's Lexicon and Other Sources====
Lane's Lexicon, the most revered and scholarly dictionary of the Arabic language, confirms the majority view is that "Allahu Akbar" refer refers to Allah being "greater". Unlike in its early years, so does [[Wikipedia]], stating the phrase literally means "God is greater". But is usually translated "God is [the] Greatest," or "God is Great".<ref>{{cite web |url=|title= Takbir|publisher= Wikipedia|author= |date= accessed August 4, 2013|archiveurl=|deadurl=no}}</ref> Similarly, Pierre Tristam, the [[Lebanon|Lebanese]]-[[United States|American]] Guide states, although most often translated as "god is great," Allahu Akbar is Arabic for "god is greater," or "god is greatest."<ref>{{cite web|url=|title= Allahu Akbar|publisher= Middle East Issues (|author= Pierre Tristam|date= accessed August 4, 2013|archiveurl=|deadurl=no}}</ref> Many news sources and other web resources are now also beginning to use the more correct translation.
====Used in Context by Muhammad====

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