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the symbol of crescent moon belongs to Turks

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Submitted by Nuray (Kyrgyzstan), Apr 10, 2006 at 11:53

The symbol of crescent moon wasn't used during the life time of Muhammed (peace upon him).
It is the symbol of Ottoman Empire governed by Turks. The symbol has been used since 11th century. Therefore, it is not possible to see the symbol of crescent moon at Kaaba.

Before Islam pagan Arabs used to worship sun. Muslims don't pray during the sunset and sun rise.

Islam, Christianity and Judaism have common traditions. Their origin is Middle East and they believe in the same God, Allah. But both books of Christianity and Judaism are corrupted. Christianity is affected by Byzantine Paganism. Divine nature of Jesus proves that. Pagan Paul iis the inventor of Christianity. But Muhammed (peace upon him) is the messenger and the slave of Allah, He has no divine nature. He didn't claim that He was the son of Allah. All muslims are not children of Allah but slaves of Allah.
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