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Allah is NOT God

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Submitted by Paul Edmondson (United States), Jun 29, 2005 at 15:19

To please Allah and be sure of Paradise, one must kill infidels.

To please God, one must sacrifice themself to the Lord of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Jesus said I and God are One. Even the name of Jesus means salvation.

Therefore, Allah want to murder me, an infidel, but God wants me to give my soul to Him through the blood of Jesus to enter into Paradise.

God said You shall not murder, yet Allah encourages murder.

God and Allah are opposites. I know what entity is opposite of God, and it isn't God Himself!
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