[quote="JharekCarnelian, post:8, topic:276653"]
From the Catechism:-
841 The Church's relationship with the Muslims. "The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator, in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind's judge on the last day."
In addition your views regarding the faith of our fellow Christians in the middle east and elsewhere who use the term Allah when praying are misguided. You should investigate the linguistic roots of the term Allah and in particular you may find the Aramic term for God which is rather similar to be of interest.
Additionally, unless you happen to be an Irish citizen or live in the UK as I do at the moment we are not from the same nation. I am aware it is easy given the background of many members here to assume all forum users are US citizens but that is far from been the case.
Do Muslims who "acknowledge the creator" worship the triune God you and I do? NO. Is Jesus just an apostle of God as Islam claims? No. The church is wrong to align itself with Isalm as the same God. If you mean to say Aramaic, the language that Jesus spoke, show me the word Allah in scripture. I have done the study. And again, even if you want to hold to Allah just meaning god in Arabic, who was that name (Allah) ascribed to? Not the God of Abraham who reveals himself in three persons that Islam denies. You have fallen down the slippery slope. The "we're all one" approach is contrary to scripture. If there is one true God (John 17:3) then every other god is a false god, including Satan.