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But it seems that he has a family

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 18, 2008 at 11:44

Our dear Nura rabina yunawar 3aqlaha al-sagheer wrote

>The problem with the trinity is that God does not have FAMILY.

Well let me see: We infidels believe that our parents create us. Right darling? But Muslims believe that Allah is the one that created them. Right darling? Therefore I must concl;ude that Allah is really your big daddy oh and yo mama too

So congratulations darling but it seems that Allah has a family and you are the son of Allah oh I forgot you are really a Jewish woman from Ohio

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