A man from East Lancashire has claimed he can see the word ‘Allah’ written in Arabic on the back of his hand during the holy month of Ramadan.

The man, who did not wish to be named, said it had reaffirmed his faith.

He said: “Do you need more proof that Allah exists in all of us?”

In this picture, the pattern of the veins on the back of the man’s hand appears to replicate the word ‘Allah’ in Arabic.

Lancashire Telegraph: Allah, written in ArabicAllah, written in Arabic (Image: Pixabay)

The phenomenon was said to be even more ‘miraculous’ as it happened during the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims fast from sunset to sunrise.

‘Miracles’ such as these are common with people seeing the words ‘Allah’ and ‘Muhammad’ written in the shape of tree branches and cloud formations.

More common is when fruits such as aubergines and tomatoes are cut open to reveal the ‘Kalima’ or the declaration of faith.

This occurred in Blackburn when a man saw Allah inscribed in a sharon fruit last year, and the same occurrence happened again in January when it was found in a kiwi fruit.

Others believe these are simple coincidences that people of all religions and backgrounds can choose to see whatever they feel which helps to ascertain their faith.

Ramadan will end on either April 20 or 21, as Eid brings to an end a month of fasting for Muslims all over the world.