Gamal, I’m accustomed to the Old English in the KJ Bible, but reading English translations of the Quran requires almost mental gymnastics to understand the way the prose is written as in the chapter ‘The Believers’ you cite in your comment.
Nevertheless, with the gist of the writing, I see Allah is Aramaic for God, like Dieu is God in French, and the same God having the same attributes, characteristics and requirements as God in the Jewish-Christian Bible.
The Quran exalts Jesus while Judaism disparages him. Christianity hasn’t got that figures out yet.
In this discussion upstream I wrote there will be endless disputations over Scripture whether it be from the Jewish Tanach, the Christian part of the Bible and the Quran.
I dispute this in ‘The Believers’ Chapter, 23:91, Never did Allah take to Himself a son, and never was there with him any (other) god– in that case would each god have certainly taken away what he created, and some of them would certainly have overpowered others; glory be to Allah above what they describe!
As a Believer, I believe this insight of John, ‘He came unto his own, and his own received him not.
But as many as received him, to them he gave POWER TO BECOME the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:
Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
Those who join with him, become the Sons of God on Earth where the saving works have to be done, and the Earth Angels I mention upstream in this thread, before the Wrath of God acted out by men destroys this World.
That’s the theology of Christ the Saviour, needed before it happens.