What is the meaning of Aloha Snackbar?

What is the meaning of Aloha Snackbar?

Question: What is the meaning of Aloha Snackbar?

Answer: “Aloha Snackbar” is a pun or parental-friendly version of yelling “Allahu Akbar.”

Usually, Allahu Akbar is related to Islamic culture which means “Allah is the Greatest!”

However, it is more often showed in media portraying radical jihadists yelling “Allahu Akbar,” and it’s accompanied by something is about to blow up, firing weapons, or executing, etc.

Aloha Snackbar is made by non-Islamic people (particularly the West) to either mock or substitute Allahu Akbar to avoid much attention.

Allahu akbar (God is the greatest, Arabic) is often pronounced as “Aloha snack bar” on the internet and mostly on youtube videos which have explosions, bombings, elements of surprise.

It became popular because reportedly terrorists (ISIS) say “Allahu Akbar” before beheading hostages and human bombings.

Somehow it was found funny and the community started mocking ISIS by using this phrase as a meme along with the song “Salil al sawarim” and named it “unexpected Jihad”, where a normal video turns into an explosion suddenly.

 Aloha Snackbar
Aloha Snackbar

What is the meaning of Aloha Snackbar?

‘Aloha Snackbar’ is a parody of ‘Allahu akbar’, which is an exclamation used by surviving perpetrators of Islam-related violence.

The phrase Allahu akbar itself means God is great.

It’s just stereotyped by many to be sort of a tagline dialogue for terrorists.

What on earth does Aloha Snackbar mean?

I must commend you, either you have no knowledge of Islam or you have placed an extremely clear question.

either way as a Christian evangelist in our local Muslim community you have given me a great laugh. Thank you.

“Aloha Snackbar” really…… sounds like you just arrived in Hawaii and got a snack bar at the hotel reception instead of the traditional cocktail of choice.

Never the less I see the answer has been given. However, I would like to add.

Muslim apologist Zakir Naik likes to use the sounds like phrase when trying to justify Muhammad been prophesied in the Bible.

what he does is take an Arabic word and finds a Hebrew word that sounds the same and uses this word with the Arabic meaning. Following this methodology………

In Hebrew “Akbar” sounds the same as in Arabic and even spelled the same.

However ever it in Hebrew, it means “Mouse” so effectively according to Zakir Naik “Allah is a Mouse”.

What does “Aloha Snackbar” mean, and is it an insult?

Allah Akbar simply means “The God is Great or Greatest”

However, your pun reminds me of a theme dr Zakir Naik often uses when trying to force Islam into the Biblical text.

He defaults to the sounds like methodology. The Arabic word Muhammadium is found in the Hebrew Bible and are pronounced the same, yet have two different meaning.

In Hebrew it means wonderful. Because Muslims claim Muhammad is wonderful and it sounds like his name this must be a reference to Muhammad in the old testament.

Using this same methodology “Akbar” in Hebrew is pronounced exactly the same as in Arabic but means “Mouse” therefore when Muslims shout their War Cry “Allah Akbar” they are in fact saying Allah is a Mouse.

Not well received by Muslims but highlights their error of their Scholar perfectly.

None the less if I ever do go to Hawaii and here “Aloha Snackbar” I will assume the welcoming cocktails are finished and the candy is offered it its place.

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Allahu Akhbar is the call to prayer from Mosques, meaning god is great and is also used when Islamic acts of terror are carried out.

Strictly speaking, Aloha is a greeting, so Aloha Snackbar is just literally a welcoming eating place.

the name may be an innocent pun, but I would suppose that there is an element of humor in it, as Americans have been on the receiving end of Islamic violence, and would be well aware of the Allahu Akhbar being shrieked prior to flying a plane into a building, for instance.

As Doug points out, the call is easy to modify in an insulting way, substituting words like quick bar, which I have seen, and the German Furcht bar (horrible) as ways of deriding the fanatical attitude of “God is great, let’s blow up a few women and children in a market place” since it is civilians who are the main target of such people.

Personally, I think that it is necessary to bring some humor into the topic of excessive religious zeal when it becomes so violent and destructive.

“Allahu Akbar” is an Arabic word which means Allah is Greatest. This word is used by Muslims to praise Allah SWT.

This word is also used by some terrorists (not belong to Islam) before an explosion or heading off someone.

Because terrorists use this word, that’s why it became popular as the word of terrorists (however there is no reality in this as it is a normal word which contains the praise of Allah SWT).

In response to terrorists, some of the extremists made a parody of this word as “Aloha Snackbar”.

Is it an Insult?

I will say surely Yes.

You have the right to disagree or differ the opinion about anything but not in an insulting way.

This parody hurts a lot especially the Muslims.

I consider humanity as a great religion. If anyone is not a follower of a religion, he must follow the religion of humanity.

And humanity doesn’t allow anyone to insult, attack or hurt someone.

Is Aloha Snackbar the most widely used in-game greeting?

Quick answer: no.

Long answer: people greet how they want to greet, some people are (no offense) idiotic enough to come up with a lame greeting like the one posed in your question.

But then again, loads of people like to use it. (as you might have seen already, I don’t, I despise people that use it) But seeing a lot of people use such a greeting is in no way reason to think it’s (one of) the most used greetings in gaming.

There are MILLIONS of gamers worldwide, that all have their greeting, some say the word I will not write out of dignity, some just say “yo” or a good old fashioned “hai” and/or any of its creative other forms (example: hi, hay, hey, hey).

It’s just like agreeing to something, some say “oke” while others say “ok” or “sure”.

Is it the most used greeting in gaming? I’m pretty sure it isn’t even close to that.

If you ask me I’ll be betting on a simple hi to be the most used greeting in gaming.

In addition: it depends on the audience of the game. I don’t play CS:

GO, I hate it.


But friends of mine do, and of what they tell me, I can tell the general demographic of SC:

GO players are a group of 12 to 14 years old, once again, no offense intended to any CSGO player.

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Those ‘kids‘ tend to take up things they’ve hears a few times, probably the reason I hear that everyone is cursing in Russian on that game.

I play a lot of World of Warcraft and to be fair, the general demographic is an adult one.

I have NEVER seen anyone say “the word” (which I still refuse to type) on WoW.

Neither on any other game, I play regularly (Battlefield 3, Guild Wars 2, Star Wars:

The Old Republic, and/or games like Starcraft 2 AND even smite).

On top of all of this: it depends on the people you meet.

I’ve never seen anyone use it in the games I play, but maybe there are LOADS of people that do, but I just don’t see it/mee them (luckily).

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