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The sovereign is God Al-Mighty

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Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Nov 30, 2011 at 02:54

As I told you before the pentatuech that is the five books of Moses what we call the Torah is not the same as the prophets stories in the Naviim, the two sections of the bible are different. what is called Torah we know it is from God (but a corrupted words of God by the Jews)

Tanakh, Naviim, Ketuvim are all worldly books not heavenly books, and should not even be considered to be divine.

As we have the Quran is God's words and Sunnah is Muhammad's words and deeds, we do differentiate between the two, we follow both, but we know what is God's and what is Muhammad's unlike you, your book is a mixture, you don't know what are God's words and what are others words.

The Quran adn Muhammad's Sunnah never say to kill women and children - it even said that in wars, battles, the Muslims should not kill any priest praying in his church, or any Jew praying in his synagogue, or kill any woman, child, animal, cut trees. - this is definately not in Judeo-Christian teachings

You refer to God as ordering you to kill men, women, children not even a single person alive except virgin women. This is never in Islam mentioned. in fact when God wants to destroy a village, he does it by himself. like he did with Noah people, like he did with Lot people, Thamud people(their prophet was Saleh), 'Ad People (Their prophet was Eber), any great divastation, God does it by himself does not allow the people to do it. God sends birds, sand winds, stones, rain, floods, hurricanes, volcanoes, earthquakes....etc

except in the case of the Children of Israel, he punished them severely in Egypt and in Sinai, (but He did not obliterate them). so for God to order the children of Israel to obliterate over the face of earth the innocent, I very much doubt it.

Unfortunately you don't still understand that God and Jesus are two different entities, one is heavenly and divine , the other is worldly that God created of flesh and he is NOT divine. he is simply a prophet like other prophets,

Did you know the Enoch was raised to heavens before he died, he has no tomb whatsoever on earth, he was raised to heavens like Jesus was raised to heavens.

You still do not understand that many prophets had miracles, Noah, Enoch, Abraham, Moses, Jonah, David, Solomon, Joseph, Job, Zechariah, Ezra, Eber, Saleh, Joshua, Ezekiel, Jesus and Muhammad (not in order), it does not mean they are Gods

We respect and love Jesus very much, but he is not God, God is the only authority in the universe. God on the day of ressurection will allow whoever He wishes to speak to speak. even Jesus will not speak unless God allows him to speak. The overall sovereign is God, none beside Him whatsoever.

He is the Al-Might, nothing is like him he never begot or begotten

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