The Correct Answer Is: FALSE
Exodus 3:15: "Moreover God said to Moses, "Thus you shall say to the children of Israel: 'The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is My name forever, and this is My memorial to all generations.'"
If you're reading a hardcopy of the Bible, or one from your tablet, most likely the word 'Lord' is in all-caps in Exodus 3:15. This signifies the place where the name of God exists in the Hebrew: YHWH. Since there were no vowels in the Hebrew language, we are not entirely certain how the name of God in verse 15 should be written had vowels existed, but most people conclude that it should be written as Yahweh (pronounced Ya-way). In English, YHWH has sometimes been translated as Jehovah, with the 'Y' being changed to a 'J', the 'W' changed to a 'V' and the vowels 'E', 'O' and 'A' being inserted in between each consonant. Both names are acceptable as Yahweh is likely closer to the Hebrew, but Jehovah would be God's name translated into English (like when Yeshua is translated into English as Joshua or Jesus). The name itself means the 'self-existent' or 'eternal' one. His name is not Allah, and he is never referred to this way in the Bible. Now, some Muslims like to point out that 'Allah' in Arabic simply means 'the God' and that Arabic Christians call the God of the Bible 'allah', so therefore both Christians and Muslims are worshipping the same God but calling him by a different name. However, such is not true. If you read the Quran, the religious text of Islam, and then read the Bible, you will quickly notice that they do not talk about the same God because they are not the same. Thus if Arabic Christians use the word 'allah' to refer to the God of the Bible, they're using that word the same way English speakers use 'God' to talk about the God of the Bible: as a way to talk about the concept of deity because that's what those words mean in the dictionary. They're not using 'allah' as the name of God though, or equating the God of the Bible with the god of Islam, for Allah is not God's name as revealed in the Bible and the god of Islam is not the God of the Bible.