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Re: "Allah" is not GOD

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God?
in response to reader comment: "Allah" is not GOD

Submitted by Tahir Muhammad (United States), Sep 27, 2006 at 11:38

I find it quite puzzling that you can say that Allah is the pagan moon god. If we as muslims worship only one god, then why would this god be a pagan god. The word pagan means that a people observe a polytheistic religion or belief. I ask you... If Islam is a monotheistic religion how can we believe in two gods or any other diety but him (i.e. the sun goddess ascribed to him by whomever)?

I hope that it would be safe to assume that you have not read a Qur'an seeing as how you can say that, "Allah actually resembles the Satan of the bible...". Also, the "sunnah" are things that we as muslims may choose to follow in that they are not compulsory for us to do. Therefore, in regards to your statement, "...,and if you really immerse yourself into Koran and Sunnah you will find that Allah actually resembles the Satan of the bible...", i find that you should do some more research on the basis for the use of the name "Allah" and perhaps do some more research on Qur'an and Sunnah. ( I wrote this comment not to attack you in anyway. I only want you to do more research on such a topic before you make an accusation or follow the knowledge of someone else who is trying to spread information such as this. if I have offended you I apologize.)


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