InShaAllah (Arabic: إنشاء الله, ʾin shāʾallāhu; pronounced [ʔɪn ʃaːʔ ɑɫˈlɑh]), also in sha Allah or insha'Allah, is the Arabic language expression for "God willing" or "if God wills". The phrase is commonly used by Muslims, Arab Christians, and Arabic-speakers of other religions to refer to events that one hopes will happen in the future. It expresses the belief that nothing happens unless God wills it and that God's will supersedes human will.
A similar expression exists in Maltese: jekk Alla jrid (if God wills it). Maltese is descended from Siculo-Arabic, the Arabic dialect that developed in Sicily and later in Malta between the end of the 9th century and the end of the 12th century.
Also in Spanish and Portuguese languages the expressions ojalá (Spanish) and oxalá (Portuguese) come from the Arabic expression inshaAllah.