It is a Drishtantoist question. Drishtantoism, established by Shobuj Taposh, follows the equation: God + Allah = there is nothing, though theist and atheist will/may say that the equation is the crop of bizarre thought and God+ Allah= 0 respectively. To say mathematically, God + God = 2God (If Allah = God), or Allah + Allah = 2Allah (If God = Allah), and to say synthetically it might be ‘God + Allah = Gallohad’. But Allah cannot be God. It is believed that Allah has sent The Quran, and God has sent the Bible. If the Quran and the Bible are not the same matter, God is not equal to Allah. So God + Allah = there is nothing (‘nothing’ not amounting to 0). Moreover, because of being a number, the sum total of the two may not be 0. Again God ≠ Allah. Because all the Christians do not regard the Quran, do not believe Allah; and hence do not maintain the Eid festivals. In reverse order, all the Muslims do not regard the Bible, do not believe God; and hence do not maintain the Christmas Day. For this, Drishtantoism doesn’t give importance to any divine/Godly matter.
God + Allah = there is nothing. Is the equation right or true?