Disclaimer: I am a believer in the Heavenly Father and in His son Yashua (Jesus). Religion has distorted many things and so we are divided. I am not a Jehovah Witness and this post was not made to stir up conflict or arouse anger.
First of all understand that Jehovah Witnesses have their own Bibles.
This religion was founded by Charles Tazell Russel, a 33rd Degree Mason.
Charles Tazell Russell
Jehovah Witness refer to the Heavenly Father as Jehovah. This is said to be the true name of the Most High. They also refer to the Heavenly Father as Yahweh. The name Yahweh was taken from the Egyptian name Huhi, which means The Force of Creative Will. Egyptian Tetragramms are read from right to left (like Chinese writing). Reading it from right to left you get IHUH. The I is always interchangable with the Y and the U is always interchangeable with the W. With that you end up with the word YHWH. YHWH is the Hebrew Tetragrammaton for Jehovah.
The word Tetragrammaton is a Greek word meaning a name with four letters. The name Jehovah is said to be the lost name of the Most High. The Holy Scriptures has many names for the Most High such as EL, EL ROI, ELOHE, SHADAI, ADONAI, EL ELYON and RAKHUWM . Proverbs ch 30 verse 4 slightly states that nobody really knows the name of the Most High but take into account that Proverbs is found in the old Testament. It state:
Who hath ascended up into heaven, or descended? who hath gathered the wind in his fists? who hath bound the waters in a garment? who hath established all the ends of the earth? what is his name, and what is his son’s name, if thou canst tell?
So if no body really knows the name of the Most High how can one be a Jehovah witness if the name Jehovah might not be the name of the Most High? The root word for Allah when properly written is Al Ilahu, which becomes in many places Lahu or Lihu for Him. The pronoun is used for the word ‘He’ which is Huwa when applied to a person or Divine Being in the Semitic Languages. The word Huwa is prefixed with the word Yaa as in Yaa Ahmad which is Oh Ahmad.
When the word Yaa is added to Huwa, you get Yaa Huwa meaning ‘Oh He Who Is, Or Exist’. Yaa Huwa is the ancient Ugaric, down to Semitic, then to Syretic languages which brings out the tonation Yahuwa or Jehovah.
Game from the Script: Al Qur’an
Reminder: The Creator is Universal not confined to a book