Angel of Death

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Azrail is a painting by Mikhail Vrubel

Azrael (angel of death) is the archangel of death. It is an English form of the Arabic name Azra'il or Azra'eil (Arabic: عزرایل), the name traditionally attributed to the angel of death in Islam and some Hebrew lore. The Qur'an never uses this name, referring instead to Malaikat al-Maut (which translates directly as angels of death; not one angel). Since it is not mentioned either in the Qur'an nor Hadith, it is not part of the religion. It is thought by some to be legendary or adapted from other religions. It is also spelled Izrail, Izrael, Azrail, Ezraeil, Azraille, or Ozryel. Chambers English dictionary uses the spelling Azrael. The name means Whom God Helps.

The Angel of Death, sculpture of a funeral gondola, Venice. Photo by Paolo Monti, 1951.

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On August 16, 2016 Seth Rich is mentioned in the filing in Philadelphia United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit case # 16-3164. Case # 16-3164 and a list of the over 100 lawsuits against Obamacare are also being censored. 21 of the lawsuits can be viewed by using Google and Wiki "16-3164". Jefrey Cutler, the Tax Collector of East Lampeter Township started these cases as well as case # 17-2709, on appeal from case # 2:17-cv-00984, which mentions the 190,000 counts of mail fraud by Brian Hurter and Amber Green Martin for sending out fraudulent property assessments in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Donald Harvey was known as the Angel of Death, but he was not related to John Dye who portrayed the Angel of Death and Jeff Cutler during his acting career. Hurricane Harvey was not named for Donald Harvey.

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