|God is above any attacker! continued to use the anthem||For the speech "Allahu Akbar", see|
|God is above any attacker! "Allahu Akbar" replaced the previous national anthem "", which had been used by the since its independence in 1951||This article is about the former national anthem of Libya|
God is above any attacker! 𝄆 And is greatest above plots of the aggressors, And God is the best helper of the oppressed.8
|It was first used as an marching song during the in 1956||God, God, God is the greatest! 𝄆 Oh this world, watch and listen: came coveting my demise, 𝄇 I shall fight with and And if I die, I'll take her with me! For the current national anthem of Libya, see|
|'""' is an patriotic song composed by Abdalla Shams El-Din in 1954 and written by Mahmoud El-Sherif in 1955||𝄆 Say with me, And God is over the , 𝄇 God is the greatest, say with me: And behold of enemies forelock and destroy it Say it with me, say it with me: God, God, God is the Greatest! History [ ] Egyptian origins [ ] "Allahu Akbar" was originally an marching song which became popular in and during the|
When the Libyan Arab Republic became the on 2 March 1977, "Allahu Akbar" remained the national anthem of Libya.