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Submitted by maria nossan (Norway), Mar 12, 2007 at 15:11

allah originates from the ancient bedouin peoples. He is the god of the moon, hence the crescent on islamic flags. I dont wish to be offensive to anyone but to my knowledge the Americans landed on the moon and I dont recall the astronauts having said they were invited to afternoon tea with allah. Maybe he just moved planets, although I find it rather strange that he moved house without informing his devoted followers. Maybe he had to do a 'moonlight flit'

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