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Allah cannot eat food and cannot have a son and on being omnipotent! What a disaster

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in response to reader comment: DHIMMI NO MORE GONNA BE A MUSLIM AND DOES NOT KNOW TAJWEED

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 11, 2012 at 15:02

so let us see Allah cannot eat food right our dear Ben Othman and he cannot have a son right O paragon of wisdom

If so then congratulations our dear Ben Othman al-tablighee but your Allah cannot be omnipotent which means that he cannot be a deity and as if we kuffar did not know

Allah is not omnipotent! What a disaster

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