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where does the Quran refer to Allah as Trinity?

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Submitted by David Tukpedare (Ghana), Apr 30, 2017 at 15:09

The main problem I have with my Muslim friend is Trinity. He believes in God And also in Jesus but for Trinity, he says it is abomination to say that Allah is three. He always quote Surah 4:171 and Surah 3:64 to back his point. Please I really need the quotation about Trinity in the Quran and more facts to convince him.

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