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Allah is also the arabic name for God for some Christians

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Submitted by Keith Williams (United States), Nov 21, 2008 at 23:24

Hi Infidel,

Are you one of those guys like dhimmi who are going around he trying to debunk all religions starting with Islam then shifting over to try to debunk Christianity and all other religions?

There are millions of Christians that call God by Allah. There are more Arab Christians in the U.S. than Arab Muslims. Do you know that you are offending not only all Muslims but all Christians who call God by the name of Allah? God and Allah are the names of God in English and Arabic and that is what kman was saying to us.

peace

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