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Submitted by Don (United States), Aug 19, 2005 at 01:21

The Jewish and Christian idea of a God who is relational make it much easier for two to dialogue with one another. Islam teaches that one cannot have a personal relationship with Allah...and the Quranic god is much more trancendant and does not appear to be anything like the God of the Bible that Jews and Christians worship.

But I do think the the moderate Muslim community has a chance to enter into a trialogue with Jews and Christians. Cooperation and understanding is always the best path for everyone.
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