Islamic authorities in Malaysia on Thursday seized 321 Bibles from a Christian group because they used the word Allah to refer to God
Ah, so it appears that even Muslims acknowledge that their "Allah" is not the same god as the Judeo-Christian "Yahweh" or "God."
Permit me to quote from The Ambassador's Guide to Islam" by Alan Shlemon, published by Stand to Reason
Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God?
... Simply put, Allah and Yahweh are identical if they share the same essential properties. If everything true about Allah is equally true about Yahweh, then they're the same God. Even someone familiar with basic theology can see the God of Islam and the God of Christianity are not the same. For example, Allah is unitarian, unknowable and transcendent (separate from his creation). Yahweh, on the other hand, is trinitarian and knowable. And even though Yahweh is transcendent, He is also immanent (present within His creation).
These differences aren't merely incidental, but are central to each religion's conception of God. For example, Allah's unitarian nature means he is a perfect unity of only one person. Yahweh is Trinitarian, one God yet three persons. The difference is so significant that Christians consider it heresy to deny God's Trinitarian nature and Muslims consider it blasphemy to affirm it.
Another differences pertains to Jesus, who the Bible teaches is God. Because of Jesus' divine status, Christians worship him. Muslims do not. If they did, they would commit shirk*, the sin of polytheism.
There is no way to reconcile the Muslim and the Christian characterizations of God. The Bible's claims about God are blasphemous to Muslims. The God of the Qur'an is heretical to Christians. Muslims and Christians don't worship the same God.
*Shirk is to attribute divinity to someone other than Allah, akin to polytheism. It's an unpardonable crime that guarantees eternity in hell.
The skeptic is never for real. There he stands, cocktail in hand, left arm draped languorously on one end of the mantelpiece, telling you that he can't be sure of anything, not even of his own existence. I'll give you my secret method of demolishing universal skepticism in four words. Whisper to him: "Your fly is open." If he thinks knowledge is so all-fired impossible, why does he always look? — James Sire (from, The Universe Next Door)