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Allah ≠ God (Yehweh)

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?

Submitted by Funk Soul Bruhva (Thailand), Jun 29, 2005 at 23:31

Well, there are just a few things that seem to indicate there is a difference:

Yehweh Saves -- Allah curses (Qur'an 4:47, Qur'an 33:64, Ishaq:518,Ishaq:572, Tabari IX:60, etc)

Yehweh sent his Son to die for our sins -- Allah expects you to martyr yourself for him (Qur'an 33:22, Qur'an 4:74 )

Yehweh forgives his detractors -- Allah hates and threatens his detractors (Ishaq:572, Ishaq:208, Bukhari:V2B24N555, etc)

Yehweh has no need to lie -- "Allah is the best of schemers/deceivers" (Qur'an 8:30, Qur'an 4:142)

Yehweh wants relationship -- Allah wants slaves in Islam, submission (Qur'an 3:19, Qur'an 9.52, Qur'an 33:36, Qur'an 87:10)

Yehweh/Yehshua heals -- Allah tortures (Qur'an 68:44, Qur'an 73:11, Qur'an 88:1)

Yehweh desires peace -- Allah is obsessed with war (jihad) (Qur'an 2:216, Qur'an 9:111, Bukhari:V4B52N50, Muslim:C40B20N4676, etc)

Yehweh loves all mankind -- Allah hates Jews and doesnt think much of Blacks (Qur'an 9:29, Qur'an 2:61, Qur'an 2:64, Tabari II:11, etc)

Yehweh makes his own judgements -- Allah needs the help of muslims to pass judgement (Qur'an 33:60, Bukhari:V4B52N260, Tabari VIII:130, Qur'an 66:9, etc)

These assertions are readily verifyable in the Quran and Hadith.

Can you see the vast chasm of difference between them?
We do not worship the same God by any stretch of the imagination.
Bukhari:V4B52N260 "The Prophet said, ‘If a Muslim discards his religion, kill him.'"

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