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Allah and Jehova are not the same God

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Submitted by Joe Sebastiano (Canada), Nov 3, 2006 at 13:54

The Arabs were worshipping the Moon god called "Allaj" and this Allah had two daughters too,whom were also being worshipped by the pagan arabs. When Mohamed started his new religion, He wanted to attract Jews and Christians to his religion. So he told them that his God is the same god as the God of Jews and Christians.This was only a trap. Even now,just go to any Muslim and ask "are you worshipping "Jehova God?",they will say "no chance".We worship only Allah".!!. So where is the question of all the three religions worshipping the same God?

The Muslims say Christians worship three different gods , yet say they are all one god and just give you an example of 1+1+1=3.. But they fail to understand the concept of Trinity mentioned in the Bible. In their own Muslim Koran, it is stated that Jesus is WORD of Allah (Kaleemullah).The Holy Spirit is called the active force of Allah(Ruhullah). So Jesus is God's mouthpiece,and Holy Spirit is his activating force

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