Man sees Allah’s name on a chapatti.

It’s not just Christians who find Jesus or the Virgin Mary on pieces of toast – a Muslim man from Bradford in England has found the arabic script for Allah, the Muslim God, on a chapatti.

He showed it to his stunned family and since then neighbours and members of the Muslim community have flocked to view it. All agree that the markings on the food appear to spell out the holy name.

Mr Iqbal said: “It was definitely an unusual event. A lot of religious leaders have come to check it and they have confirmed that it is very clearly the name of Allah in Arabic.

“In every other respect it is just a normal chapatti. This has never happened before. We left it as it is, it has gone a bit hard now but it is still clearly visible.”

24 thoughts on “Man sees Allah’s name on a chapatti.

  1. Yesterday I saw His Noodly Appendage in a dish of spaghetti. It’s a miracle I tell ya. Ramen

  2. I wonder why the religous care if they see symbolism – it doesn’t meen anything or change anything, and I doubt the real deal would throw it’s support behind specific dodgy human theories as if to say “this is the one”, I’d also wonder why an omnipotent god should care what people on earth think or do

  3. As an admittedly lapsed Lebanese Maronite Christian, I am rather annoyed by the inaccuracy of this statement:

    “Allah, the Muslim God”

  4. I’d only believe this if the message was in big bold clear writing along the lines of “This is a message from God – boo!” and it was contained within at least 20 items from different sources – and it all happened simultaneously.

  5. That still wouldn’t convince me

    Then again a god or prohpet could walk up to me in the street, provide a perfectly rational (and bullet proof) arguement to prove who they are, then procede to beat the crap out of me to illustrate their point further (if rationality doesnt work, surely violence will) and i still wouldn’t believe them. Then again this conversation has happened before, some of those crazy street folk can be quite persuasive when sober.

  6. To paraphrase something from I forgot where:

    I can believe that controlling aliens exist.

    You could convince me that a creator exists.

    Nothing will convince me that the god of any religion exists.

  7. To paraphrase something from I forgot where:

    I can believe that controlling aliens exist.

    You could convince me that a creator exists.

    Nothing will convince me that the god of any religion exists.

    How do you distinguish between a creator and a god? Especially when the definition of god is just “creator”, for example the god of deism?

    Incidently how does one distinguish between the Islamo-christian god and a Raelian-alien? The islamo-christian god satisfies the criteria of being an extra-universal, naturally occuring entity which has created our space-time contiuum. So assuming the fundies are absolutely correct about everything, in what sense is god not an alien? Taking it one step further, what is the difference between a creationist and a Raelian?

  8. According to Chubus on another blog (TRA), Raelians do anal. But, then again, that may not be a specific critia. According to most evidence about the Greek and Roman gods . . .  snake

  9. How do you distinguish between a creator and a god? Especially when the definition of god is just “creator”, for example the god of deism?

    I took that as more that organized religions are absurd and full of contradictions.

  10. I think of the god concept as like a governer (if he had any involvement with us), it’s not necessary that the god is also the creator, especially in polytheism. It’s not even necessary (even in monotheism) that an original creator still exists, much like the original tribespeople that established a country – where you can potentially have one god/president, but they’re not the founder

  11. How do you distinguish between a creator and a god? Especially when the definition of god is just “creator”, for example the god of deism?

    By not being fundamentalist about an off-the-cuff remark.

  12. I wonder WHICH name of God was on the chappatti, and whether he’s still searching for the other one’s.

    Julian, what is your avatar? Some sort of First Person RPG character?

    A rodent with a nightclub lightstick?

    It looks funky, but I can’t figure it out!

  13. Whoops, sorry for the mistreatment of the apostrophe. Then again, there are always more where that one came from.

  14. Its Desann, the primary antagonist of Jedi Outcast. So yes, it is a First Person RPG character.

    And that nightclub lightstick is a lightsaber.

  15. I had a Muslim friend that showed me a website devoted to signs of Allah.  All I saw was a bunch of coincidental, over-photo-shopped shit…

  16. god does exist just look at the nature around you how complex and specific everything is how complex all creatures are. For example just look at cows how they produce milk for humans, this si there purpose and they have been put there look how nourishing it is to the human body. this is just one example there are thousands more truely this has accurately been made by the almighty allah. its an amazing system, systems don’t come by chance allah has created em you cant say this creation just evolved etc becuz thats just illogical.

  17. Allah also created homosexuals? Allah also created George W. Bush? Where is the logic in that???  snake

  18. why all muslims see allah and muhammed name every where in nature. they see it in arabic always why not in english, chinese, hindi etc.they are sick. they want to show these fake and natural things to infidelsto convert them to islam. i hate muslims and allah.

  19. Allah is a god. He’s the only one who can be worshipped. He was the creator of the entire universe. To prove god’s existence, I want to ask all atheists a question that how this universe came into being? They will reply that that was due to a force; a power. That force or that power was known as god. This solar system is a very brief example. Scientists say that just a little bit difference in the gravitational force can destroy the whole solar system. This means this system is in very systematic method but can it be itself? No, one is running this network and he’s the god; Allah the almighty.  Every person wants some teacher, guardian, protector and big boss to whom he can trust and to whom he can pray and to whom he can act as obedient. God’s that one.

  20. Look, someone claiming to speak for all Shia Muslims uses shitty logic to try and prove God exists and fails.

    Shia Muslims wrote:

    To prove god’s existence, I want to ask all atheists a question that how this universe came into being? They will reply that that was due to a force; a power. That force or that power was known as god.

    Nice strawman, but most atheists I know wouldn’t claim the universe came into being due to a force or power. Many would say they don’t know and it doesn’t matter. Others will refer to the Big Bang Theory which requires no God(s). But even if you were to find an atheist who would claim it was due to a force or power it doesn’t necessarily follow that said force or power must be a God(s). It’s entirely possible it’s the result of natural processes related to String Theory or some other system we haven’t figured out yet.

    In short, your conclusion that “must’ve been God” is not supported by anything you’ve said so far. Try again.

    This solar system is a very brief example. Scientists say that just a little bit difference in the gravitational force can destroy the whole solar system. This means this system is in very systematic method but can it be itself?

    It absolutely can as is obvious by the fact that it is. We have a pretty good understanding of how and why the solar system works. There’s nothing supernatural about it.

    No, one is running this network and he’s the god; Allah the almighty.  Every person wants some teacher, guardian, protector and big boss to whom he can trust and to whom he can pray and to whom he can act as obedient. God’s that one.

    Again, nothing you claim here is supported by anything you’ve said. I don’t want or need anything in the way of a teacher, guardian, big boss, etc. to pray to or obey so just by myself I refute your claim otherwise.

    Do you really think this was a good argument? If that’s the best you can come up with for the existence of God, well, perhaps you may want to study up a bit more.

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