When you break down Louis Farrakhan’s message here, it’s a very common one put forth by Muslims. Specifically, that message is that Jews, Christians, and Muslims all worship the same God; that’s what Farrakhan is trying to say here.
Again, if that were true, Mr. Farrakhan would have to agree in the Holy Trinity, as well as the Christian belief that Jesus is the Son of God. Since Farrakhan is a Muslim, he does not believe in either of those things.
Isn’t it amazing how Jews and Christians do not accept Muhammad as being part of their faith but Muslims insist on claiming Jewish and Christian figures for themselves, only after changing the Bible to do so? This is very similar to what Muslims did in Jerusalem; they claimed the city was theirs while forbidding non-Muslims access to Mecca.
Via The Blaze: