More Fun With Python
When this little nugget of lunacy caught my attention, it inspired me to write a response that I feel is worthy of languishing virtually unnoticed in more than one place, so here it is.
Joaquin, "Allahu" has to mean "Allah", not God. The Muslim chant, which is what this is from, is to Allah, not God.
["Andy, the word "Allahu" means in Arab "God". It comes from: Al-lâh. "Al" means "the" and "ilah" means "god""]
Joaquin, I have an open mind about this, but Muslims chant to "Allahu" and they're not chanting to "God", but to "Allah".
Andy Schlafly , Conservapedia 51 Comments [11/24/2009 12:57:46 PM]
(In the voices of the Python "Pepperpots".)
What's on the Telly?
It looks to be a pogrom.
I can see that! ... What's it about?
Some sod by the name of Amos Shitfly or something's gone and started a dispute about the name of God.
What, again? ... God's not a name anyway, it's a title.
No it isn't, that's just Hebrew for "who am". The real name's a secret.
... Maybe it's Herbert.
It's not Herbert!
It could be, how would you know if it's a secret?
It's NOT Herbert!
(TV announcer) And now it's time for the internecine violence on your TV set to explode....
How'd he know that?
(announcer) It was the only logical outcome.
- Apologies to all at Python Ltd.