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The "monotheistic tradition" of the Jews was stolen by the Muslims, like everything else.

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Submitted by DrRJP (United States), Apr 10, 2008 at 23:06

Not satisfied with co-opting their religion, and rewriting their history, the Muslims are now claiming that all of the Jewish patriarchs and prophets are really Islamic, not Jewish.

It does not matter what Muslims call their god, it never was, and will never be the God of Israel in any way, shape, or form.

End of story.

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