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Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: Christians to Islam. Challenge this

Submitted by Richard Lion heart (United States), Apr 27, 2006 at 20:20

You made several statements in your comment which are simply untrue. Let me refute them point by point.

Muslims don't worship the same god as Jews and Christians. Jews and Christians worship the true God of the Bible who's Yaweh. Muslims worship allah who is nothing but an old arabian pagan moon god. Back then it was known as al-illah, allah is a joining of the two words. The only thing Muhammed did was forbidding the worship of the other idols so allah the moon god could be the only idol to receive worship.

Muhammad is not a prophet. All his actions and all that he preached stand in stark contradiction with the teachings of Jesus. Jesus though us to love and forgive, Muhammed on the other hand preached hatred. During his lifetime he married a child, massacred people and committed countless other dispicable acts. Muhammed is the complete opposite of Jesus. Jesus died for the sins of mankind, while Muhammed ordered his followers to murder those who reject his message.

Muslims keep saying that the Bible is corrupted, yet never present any evidence to back up such ludicrous claims. The Bible is a collection of the writings of the all the prophets and apostles of God. The Bible as chronology, prophecy and accuracy which I can't say for the Koran. The Bible is the word of God and will always be. The Koran on the other hand is a collection of fairy tales, myths mixed with plagarized passages from the bible. The Koran is so full of absurdities and contradictions that it could not possibly be the word of God. God would never say things like the sun sets in a murky spring. The Creator of the Universe would never say things like the stars are made to shoot at demons. so don't associate this non sense with God. I won't even talk about the hadith because it's even worse.


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