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Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?

Submitted by Seher Cemre Aytekin (Turkey), Oct 2, 2005 at 07:41

There are no three or more worlds.One world we live in and one God we believe in.
Each follower/reader is obliged to find Allah in himself/herself before passing away,in the world.In this age people have to purify their beliefs from a lot of unnecessary symbols or other people's comments.You cannot come to truth with false ways.
One's belief is noone's business.It is an act done between each person and Allah in a timeless place.So in this world everyone is a debtor.
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