- Sikhs believe in harmony between the religions and that all names and forms of God represent the one, divine, inscrutable and unknowable reality.
- In their prayer, Sikhs address God as Hari, which simply means Lord.
- The Guru Granth Sahib (the holy book of Gurmat, Sikhism) has strophes from Kabir.
- Kabir often addresses Allah in his prayers.
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No they are not in any way affiliated with Muslims or Islam whose god is Allah. Rather they believe in a central tenet called "Ik Onkar" or "One God."