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Allah

Allah, also known as God, was the one true deity of Islam and the only deity rightfully worthy of praise. (AUDIO: Escape Room)

"Allahu Akbar", translated as "God is great", were the dying words of Federique Moshe-Rabaan. (PROSE: Lucifer Rising)

According to Zeynep, people would say "inshallah", meaning "trust in the will of Allah", before walking out into traffic without looking. (AUDIO: Fall to Earth)

Colin Colchester-Price invoked His name when his life was in danger. (AUDIO: A Kill to a View)

The Thousand and Second Night was an allegory for the history of the Great Houses and had Allah stand in for the founder of the the Spiral Politic. It also alluded to Compassion, referring to someone who "was a city and woman both and the embodiment of Allah's mercy". (PROSE: Head of State)

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