But the sounds of the W in English is ambiguous, thus the proper letter would be V, the rest of the letter of the word YHVH is acceptable.<quoted text>
The original is in Hebrew, there is no W, H, V, or Y in Hebrew. Is it?
So depending upon pronunciation some people write it YHWH, now you have come up with YHVH, how can I answer it?
Elohim is written with plural of respect, the word is El or Eil whose plural of respect is Elohim.
Allah is actually Al Ilah....El, or Eil and Ilah sound like same.
That is why no Jewish prophet would ever object to Allah or think that some one was speaking about a different God than their own.
I was not discussing that the slighty different pronuncation of the word god in Hebrew and Arabic is the proof that they are two different deity. So don't bring this argument with me. But if I have to express my opinion both of you can have the same word for god, but this doesn't mean you worship the same god, despite the efforts of Muhammad who tried to plagiarize the hebrew deity.