THE GOD OF THE MUSLIMS IS A FALSE GOD
The god of the Muslims is a false god, because he spoke words which conflict with the words that the true God had spoken before, which are written in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament).
For example: the false god of the Muslims said, in Koran (Quran) 22:36, that it is allowed to eat the camel, when the true God had said before, in Leviticus 11:4, that it is forbidden to eat the camel.
Another example: the false god of the Muslims said, in Koran (Qur’an) 62:9, that the holy day is the sixth day of the week, when the true God had said before, in Exodus 20:8-11, that the holy day is the seventh day of the week.
This proves that the god of the Muslims is a false god.
In the Koran (Quran), the god of the Muslims said that he is the true God, the creator of the universe, but this is not true, because what he spoke shows clearly that he is not the true God, the creator or the universe.
The true God is the God of the Jews, as we see in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament).
Yahveh bless you.
João Paulo Fernandes Pontes (Hebrew name: Yochanan Ben Yosef).
Published in 14 de fevereiro de 2012.
Updated in June 10, 2017.