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Allah is not God

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Submitted by mijaba (United States), Jan 17, 2008 at 14:07

Allah is Allah. God is God. Look no further than the inspired word of each. There could not be two more different entities.

Christians became martyrs when they did not renounce God. Muslims become martyrs by killing others.

If you are muslim, and NOT in jihad, you aren't musliming hard enough, and the jihadists will kill you too. There's going to be a point at which you MUST decide, and if you still don't have the stomach for INTENTIONALLY killing innocent people, you should probably convert.

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