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Allah a pagan God.

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Submitted by John (India), Apr 4, 2009 at 12:45

Hi,
Undisclosed from U.S. saying that in the Arabic the word Allah refers God. I am not rejecting it. He was unable to answer the problem which is raised by me. He generally saying that its a lie. He is not specified how it be a lie. In the history of Arabs it is clearly stating that there was a lot of pagan Gods in the Kaaba including Goddess Hubel, Al-Ilah and 3 daughters of Allah. These Gods were worshiped by Arabs. If it is lie, please let me know the truth.

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