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Allah? A moon god? (Lies again)

Allah? A moon god? (Lies again)

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Published by: Jason Galvan (Abu Noah Ibrahim Ibn Mikaal) on Nov 26, 2008
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Allah? A Moon-god? (Lies Again)
Contributed by www.GodAllah.comTuesday, 08 July 2008Last Updated Tuesday, 08 July 2008
 Truth - AT LAST -Quran proves:"Allah" is NOT a 'moon-god"Refuting book "Moon-god Called Allah"- by Dr.Robert Morey (another liar) From www.GodAllah.com The real question here should be:"Why do they keep lying?" "Lies"(click here to find out) EXPERT(?) ON ISLAM - SAYS -"Muslims Worship A'moon-god' called "Allah"Is it True?Is there proof?"Now read for yourself the real truth: 
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"And from among His Signs are the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. Do not bow down (prostrate) to thesun nor to the moon, but only bow down (prostrate) to "Allah" Who created them, if you (really) worship Him."[Holy Quran 41:37]The Christian acquaintance who sent me a copy of Morey's booklet also sent me five questions related to this subject. Iwill attempt to answer them below:Question 1:What is the significance of the crescent moon in Islam?Answer:The crescent moon and star often seen on mosques and Islamic archecture is actually a symbol of the last rulers oftheMuslims called the Ottoman Empire.The Qur'ân answers this question before you asked it. Read this verse: "They ask you about the new moons. Say: These are signs to mark fixed periods of time for mankind and for thepilgrimage."[Holy Quran 2:189]Question 2:Why does Islam follow a lunar calendar?Answer:Jewish and early Christians also followed the lunar calendar as do many farmers even today. There are some verypractical reasons for this. However, Islam makes it clear there is no worship of the moon, only that we use the moonsshape and position to determine the months and occassions. In both the Bible and the Qur'ân religious festivals areregulated by the lunar calendar. Jews and Muslims have kept to these regulations which they believe to be from God.Modern dayChristianity follows thesolar calendar because it was instituted by the Roman emporer Constantine at thecouncil of Nicaea in 325 A.D.Question 3:Why is the feast of Ramadan marked by the appearance of the crescent moon?Answer:
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I think you mean the fast of Ramadan. God commanded Muslims in the Qur'ân to fast from dawn to sunset during themonth called Ramadan (see Qur'ân 2:185, 187). The beginning and end of the month is determined by the crescent(2:189) based on the instruction of God's Messenger, on whom be peace.Why this method and not another is not for us to say but for God and His Messenger to prescribe. However, I find it anefficient method. It is a universally applicable method, and it allows for Ramadan to move through all the seasons. Thisallows believers to have the pleasure of worshipping God by fasting in all the various seasons: one year in the summer,some years later in the winter.Question 4:Why does the Quran place the Sabeans on the same level with Jews and Christians when scholars have clearly proventhat the Sabeans were involved in the moon cult?Answer:TheQuran nothas placed the Sabeans on the same level with Jews and Christians. Perhaps you have in mind thefollowing verse: "Those who believe and those who are Jews and Christians and Sabians, whoever believes in "Allah" and the Last Dayand do righteous good deeds shall have their reward with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve."[Holy Quran 2:62; also 5:69]This verse, however, does not place the Sabeans on the same level as the Jews and Christians except in a particularcontext. The verse speaks of four distinct communities, and offers all four the opportunity to fear not nor grieve if onlythey would believe in "Allah" and the Last Day and do right. The four communities are: The Believers (i.e., the Muslims)The JewsThe ChristiansThe Sabeans While they are all offered the same opportunity for improvement, nothing, is said in this verse about the validity of theexisting faiths of these four communities. Otherwise the Jews and Christians who are criticized in the Quran for theirdeviations will not be placed on the same level with the believers. The matter becomes clear when you realise thatbelievers here does not mean saved persons but those who ostensibly belong to the community of Muslims. They, aswell as the other three groups, must do the following to be saved: believe in "Allah" , believe in the Last Day, and doright. Doing right, according to the Quran, includes following every teaching of Muhammad.Question 5:
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