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Dear John

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: Allah a pagan God.

Submitted by mo (United Kingdom), Jan 10, 2010 at 04:36

Dear John,

YOu very well know that Crescent does not have anything to do with Islam. It was political symbol of Ottoman Turks. They used it a symbol as opposed to cross used by crusaders. Before them it was not used in muslim archetecture. You cannot see crescent in mosques in saudi arabia.

Ancient people of arabia would have worshipped a moon God called Al-Ilah, which simply means God. Allah has defined himself what he is in Quran and that is what we believe. Millions of Christian believe that Jesus as son on Allah. Would that mean that muslim worship father of christian god. It is an act of ultimate blasphemy for muslims.

Ok, if Allah was really an arabian moon god, why did you write that blashemy in your bible which you claim that it is literally the word of god. Millions of bible in arabic and other eastern languages says that Jesus was on the only begotten son of Allah ( the arabian moon god). Would that mean that you can write any blasphemy in your bible to attract people into it. In that caseiIf you prosyletise devil worshippers you would not hesitate to change your bible to tell that Jesus was son of devil ( God forbid as Jesus is mightly prophet of God). Did you then celebrate the ?victory of christians in Malasia for getting the right to worship arabian moon god as their own god. When will get sanity to stop these sort of blasphemies.


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