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"Allah" is not GOD

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Submitted by warren raymond (Australia), Sep 22, 2006 at 21:23

One thing wrong with this: "Allah" is not God. Allah, from 'Al-Ilha'- the pagan Moon-god, is not the same god that Christians and Jews worship. Mohammed's Allah is a vengeful blood-god, and if you really immerse yourself into Koran and Sunnah you will find that Allah actually resembles the Satan of the bible... Islamo-Christians in Mohammedan countries use "Allah' when praying to their god, but this is more a concession to the Mohammedan rule, because they are 'Dhimmi's' and will do anything to appease the mob, that constantly seeks excuses to attack them in the way Allah commands them to wage jihad against unbelievers and Jews...

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