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Allah & God Are Different

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Submitted by William (United States), Sep 29, 2005 at 16:55

Recently I read two books. If you read these you will have footnotes to historical texts about Allah, Mohammad, Jesus & God. If you have other resources that are footnoted to sources other than what you have been told or that you think, let me know, after you read these two books.

"Who Is This Allah," by G.J. O. Moshay, Dorchester House Publications, 1995
"The Islamic Invasion: Confronting the World's Fastest Growing Religion," by Robert Morey, Harvest House Publishers, 1960 through 1992.

From these and many other books, it appears that Allah is a pre-700 Meccan idol that Mohammad decided was God. Allah is cruel; God is Love. Allah recommends, according to Mohammad, killing Christians and Jews when it suits him and his followers. God recommends turning the other cheek, loving your enemies, all according to Jesus. And the contrasts go on and on. How could
Allah and God be the same if these recommendations are both true. You can choose the diety you want to believe from these. One will send you to hell forever, the other will give eternal life.
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