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Allah is the Arabic word for ‘God’. All Arabs refer to God as Allah, even if they don’t identify as Muslim.
Prophet Muhammad is God’s final Messenger. He is directly descended from Prophet Abraham and Ishmael. Prior to his appointment as Messenger, he was well-known across the Arabian peninsula for his character, honesty and manners.
The Quran is the holy book of Islam. It is the direct word of God and has remained unchanged since its revelation in 610 CE.
Shariah is a broad term that refers to moral and religious law. Literally, the Arabic word means a path to be followed.
No, Islam is not exclusive to one race, tribe or nation. In fact, the majority of Muslims are not Arab.