Yes. It is.
Just as it is possible to determine who is the current President of the United States without asking “what do people say or think about him?”
If you want to know who he is, go to the White House, open the door and look (ok, it’s not that simple with security, but the point stands).
The fact that different people have different opinions of him does not cause him to become multiple persons.
Look here. This is simple common sense. A five year old can understand it.
Just because 2 or more people say things about a person that conflict with each other, that does NOT mean that the person splits and becomes 2 or more people. Again, any five year old can understand this.
All you keep doing, every single time you post, is to repeat the fallacy that if different people say different things, then the God is multiplied.
Obviously simple logic isn’t going to work, so I have to try a different approach:
Do some research already. Look into this. Don’t just sit back and say “I don’t like what Moslems today preach, therefore they can’t believe in the God of Abraham” which is, after all, exactly what you’re doing.
Look into actual reliable sources—not fear mongering, not ignorant babbling on personal internet blogs, not some idiot on the internet quoting hate speech from 1,000 years ago.
Look at the Vatican’s own website, specifically the Pontifical Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue. See what they have to say about this topic. Note how the word “God” is ALWAYS used in the singular. Note how there is never any talk about “the God of Islam compared to the God of Christianity.”
Do you really think that the Holy See itself misunderstands the situation; they they’re wrong about Islam and you know better?
Read the documents of the dialogue between Catholics and Muslims. Actually read them. Take the time to educate yourself on the subject rather than just making rash and unfounded assumptions. Is that too much to ask?
Read the documents and notice that both sides always speak about that ONE God. Both sides do not merely acknowledge but take as a given that we worship the same God of Abraham.
Anyone who knows even basic facts about Islam (facts, not just hate-filled polemics) knows that Islam regards Jews and Christians as “People of the Book” who are considered to have a different status than other religions—exactly because Islam claims that Christians and Moslems worship the same God.
No Muslim would ever dare deny that his God is the same God as the Christians and the same God as the Jews because that would be going against the very core beliefs of the Koran.
Try actually learning something about the subject before claiming that the people who DO know it are wrong. Please.