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Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: If the Trinity does not exist, neither do any of you!!

Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Sep 30, 2006 at 16:29

Here are my comments;

How can the orders of God or Word can be alive? It doesn't make sense to me.

Any entity exist only for short period of time. Nothing can be a part of God. Whatever created by God can exist as long as God wishes. Any created entity can't decide on her/his/its the time span. It is determined by God. This is what we Muslim believe. We don't make any enttity comparable with God. We fear from Allah.

Being father or mother has to do with humans to continue their existance due to limited amount of time. It has nothing to do with God.

why is it that on you Holiest places you have an image of the crescent moon?

The symbol was belong to Ottoman Empire, showing the mosque built by Ottomans. It is not possible to see the symbol on the mosques which are built before the rule of the Ottomans. For example you can't find the symbol in Kaabe.

You don't read Quran, do you? Quran says Mary was virgin. Are you suprised?

ofcourse Muslims do not conisder them prophets as Muhammed is supposed to be the only prophet

We accept all messenger including Jesus.

Don't worry too much about if our messenger is in peace or not. God will consider beloved messenger.



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