Angel (Arabic: ملاك, Hebrew: מלאך, Latin: Angelus, Greek: Άγγελος), a religious term. Angel is the name given to celestial creatures believed in many religions. The duties of the angels are to serve God. In every religion and belief where there is faith in angels, the concept of angels is different.
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Angel used in Western languages is taken from Angelos, meaning Greek ambassador.  The angel used in Semitic languages and Turkish comes from the root of the Hebrew "mlk." molech, moloch). This relationship is more evident from the perspective of the warden malik. 
“By placing their hideous idols in this temple that belongs to me, they defiled it. In the valley of Ben-Hihnom, they set up Baal's worship sites in order to sacrifice their sons and daughters in fire. I have neither ordered nor imagined that they would bring Judas into sin by doing such disgusting things. Yer (Jeremiah: 32: 34-35)
The angel in Judaism
The angel in Judaism According to Judaism, angels do not have sex and do not need to drink, but when they are disguised as human beings, they may appear to have a gender and can eat and drink in this state. They act according to God's directives and cannot take initiative. The major great angels in Judaism are:
Michael, Gabriel, Rafael, Uriel and Malah Hamavet, the angel of death (Angel).
Angel in Islam
Main article: Angel in Islam
Muhammad and Gabriel br> Believing in angels is part of the Islamic religious creed, that is, it is one of the principles of faith. According to this, a person who does not believe in the existence of angels in Islamic religion and the angelic view of Islam does not believe. The subject is mentioned in the Qur'an in 2/285 and 2/177. Their task is to watch Allah's creature in the name of Allah and see the power and artworks of Allah in those species, to worship and praise Allah from all shortcomings. Furthermore, they are obliged to present to Allah the worship of Allah, other than the existence of human beings. In addition, they have the duty to inspire the tasks of animals and plants and to intervene in their movements with will and to regulate their positions in some way. According to Islamic belief, these duties of angels are their worship. They have no real savings on the creature. What they do is that they want God to create the result, while remaining in the position of praying against their Lord. This is a requirement of the faith of tawheed in Islam. According to the belief in Tawheed, all things in the universe are created by Allah. The desire of human beings, angels and all other creatures with their own will is to demand the creation of what is intended to be embodied. 
According to Islamic religion, angels have their own will. But unlike human beings, they do not have the will to oppose God's command, only to fulfill what is ordered with the will of the Juz. Therefore, they are sinless beings. For the same reason, their positions are fixed. 
In Islam, the Qur'an or hadiths, the number and types of angels are not fully specified. Nevertheless, some kinds of angels and their duties are mentioned both in the Qur'an and in the hadiths. In Islam there are four archangels, which are referred to as four great angels. These are: Jabrail, Mîkâîl, İsrâfil and Azrâîl.
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^ Said Nursi, Phrases - 24th Word 4.Dal
^ Said Nursi, Phrases - Twenty-Fourth Word - p.318
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