Allah Does Not Exist

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frankie
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Allah Does Not Exist

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Muslims tell us they worship Allah, the same God Jews and Christian's worship.

On further research this proves to be untrue as the word Allah is a contraction of two words Al Ilah meaning "the god" aka Allah.

The word Allah is therefore a TITLE for a god, not the word meaning God in Arabic, the word for God in Arabic is Ilah,not Allah.

The pre Islamic Arabs worshiped 360 gods at the Kaaba, one for each day of the year.

Each pagan tribe had their own particular god, Mohammed's tribe the Quraish worshipped Hubal, the chief/greatest god of the Kaaba,its title was Al Ilah "the god" also known as Allah.

Mohammed was already a slave of Allah denoted by his name Abdullah, as were his pagan father and grandfather before him.

This is the god which became the god of Islam, it has no connection whatsoever with the God of the Bible whose NAME is given in letters YHWH,and has a different nature, and gives diametrically opposing teachings to those of the Islamic Allah.

Mohammed kept his familiar pre Islamic pagan rituals, all Muslims continue to perform today, each Muslim then is as much a pagan and slave of Allah as Mohammed was before them, clearly indicating again their god Allah is not and never has been the God of the Bible, as YHWH condemns paganism, not condones it.

The claim Allah is the one true god is proven to be untrue by Mohammed's family history and Muslims actions of celebrating and performing pre Islamic pagan rituals which their prophet did before them.

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"Religion in pre-Islamic Arabia was a mix of polytheism, Christianity, Judaism, and Iranian religions. Arab polytheism, the dominant belief system, was based on the belief in deities and other supernatural beings such as djinn. Gods and goddesses were worshipped at local shrines, such as the Kaaba in Mecca. Some scholars postulate that Allah may have been one of the gods of the Meccan religion to whom the shrine was dedicated, although it seems he had little relevance in the religion. Many of the physical descriptions of the pre-Islamic gods are traced to idols, especially near the Kaaba, which is believed to have contained up to 360 of them.

Polytheism in Pre-Islamic Arabia
Before the rise of Islam, most Bedouin tribes practiced polytheism, most often in the form of animism. Animists believe that non-human entities (animals, plants, and inanimate objects or phenomena) possess a spiritual essence. Totemism and idolatry, or worship of totems or idols representing natural phenomena, were also common religious practices in the pre-Islamic world. Idols were housed in the Kaaba, an ancient sanctuary in the city of Mecca. The site housed about 360 idols and attracted worshippers from all over Arabia. According to the holy Muslim text the Quran, Ibrahim, together with his son Ishmael, raised the foundations of a house and began work on the Kaaba around 2130 BCE.

The chief god in pre-Islamic Arabia was Hubal, the Syrian god of the moon. The three daughters of Hubal were the chief goddesses of Meccan Arabian mythology: Allāt, Al-‘Uzzá, and Manāt. Allāt was the goddess associated with the underworld. Al-‘Uzzá, “The Mightiest One” or “The Strong,” was a fertility goddess, and she was called upon for protection and victory before war. Manāt was the goddess of fate; the Book of Idols describes her as the most ancient of all these idols. The Book of Idols describes gods and rites of Arabian religion, but criticizes the idolatry of pre-Islamic religion"
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Re: Allah Does Not Exist

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frankie wrote:
Wed Apr 06, 2022 11:19 am

The word Allah is therefore a TITLE for a god, not the word meaning God in Arabic, the word for God in Arabic is Ilah,not Allah.
I believe you Frankie, but I wish Muslims would believe you.
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Re: Allah Does Not Exist

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Muslims believe that there is only one God, Allah. (and his partner in crime, Muhammad).
They also say Allahu akbar, meaning Allah is greater.
Greater than what? See the contradiction?
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