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Abraham of the Bible is not Ibrahim of the Qur'an and other sordid matters

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in response to reader comment: Of course the god of Abraham is the god of Abraham

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 21, 2017 at 07:07

Our dear Lachlan who lives among kuffar wrote:

>Muslims worship the god of Abraham

Mashallah! "Muslims worship the God of Abraham" So the God of the Muslims is the ethnic God of the Jews?

Wa Minkum Nastafeed.

But wait! Let us ask the Jewish readers: Dear Jewish readers Did Abraham travel to a place called Mecca or may be Bacca and build a pagan shrine called al-Ka'ba? Let me guess the answer is no

Dear Jewish readers: Was a certain Ismael the subject of the sacrifice? The answer is no

Dear Jewish readers Did God send a slaughtered ram or sheep as a dhabhun azim or great sacrifice? Truly bizarre but the answer is no

Dear Jewish readers: Was Azzar the father of Abraham as we are told by Muslims? The answer is no

You see our dear Lachlan Abraham as well as Jesus as well as Mary of the OT and NT have nothing in common with Ibrahim 'Issa and Mariam of the book of Allah

>If you think that descriptions of that deity in the Koran is different from that in the Old Testament, then compare the ruthless god of Genesis and Exodus to the loving god of the gospels.

So our dear Lachlan is saying that the so called God of the Qur'an is violent and ruthless like the God of the OT! Not my words I'm only paraphrasing So your Allah is violent right our dear Lachlan?

>By your logic, the Old Testament god is different from the New Testament god.

Why not? Your Allah does the same eg: Allah says: La Ikrah Fi al-Deen and the same so called God tells his followers in Ayat al-Sayf to Iqtoloo al-Mushrikeen right? Your Allah cannot make up his mind why is that our dear Lachlan al-Tablighee? Oh it must be the darn funny and bizarre al-Nasikh wa al-Mansukh

What a disaster Allah cannot make up his mind

>You do refer to "defining" your god,

gobbledygook

>so I suppose you can create whatever concept you like.

What concept?

> However, that means you are not trying to describe some absolute truth,

There is absolute truth our dear Lachlan? So when Abul Qasim aka Quthm aka Muhammad claimed that he flew on a winged Mule to visit a mosque that did not exist was it "absolute truth" or a big fat lie?

Enlighten us big time kuffars

> but are just stating arbitrary opinions.

BTW if the word Allah means God then what is the name of your God? Enlighten us!

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