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The Qur'an says Allah is one of so who are the other Gods?

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in response to reader comment: Allah is the arabic word for God and Allah is the God of the Abrahamic faiths

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 4, 2017 at 10:06

Our dear zbeech who cannot read Arabic wrote this little gem

> Allah means the One God.

Really? Then why would your Allah says in Surat al-Ikhlas: قل هو الله احد

Or say Allah is one of!

So who are the other Gods besides Allah? What a disaster

Oh and al-Tabari comes to the help and tell us that احد يعني واحد or Ahad (one of) means Wahid (one) What a disaster al-Tabari is fixing Allah's poor Arabic!

So who are the other Gods our dear zbeech and while we are at it where can we find the word توحيد or Tawheed in the Qur'an it does not even exist and what does the word توحيد mean? Hint: Unification What a disaster

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