PROOF Allah is NOT a Moon-God

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ISLAM NEWSROOM DATLINE - March 1, 2015 Sunday

Christians Claim Muslims Worship a "moon-god"?
Why Lie?
(Find out what they are saying and what the proof really is)

American Muslim advocate, Yusuf Estes, brings insight to the much disussed topics of Islam in today's world. This article about "moon-god of Islam" is a must read for both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Sheik Yusuf says - "Dr Morey's Book "Moon God Called Allah" has been - EXPOSED!"

Anyone who accuses Muslims of worshiping the moon (or anything in the creation) has not read the Quran, nor do they have the slightest concept of what Muslims believe about Almighty God - Allah.

Read . . .

Allah says in the Quran, in chapter 41, verse 37 -

Quran Al Fussilat chapter 41 verse 37

"Allah" is the perfect word to describe the "God" of Islam (and other monotheistic faiths as well)

Grammatically, the word for "god" in Arabic is NOT "Allah" it is "elah" and the word "Allah" is the actual Name of God - and it is derived from the same root (meaning the object of worship).

Now I know this will surprise many people and even some Muslims who have been making the claim "Allah" and "God" are essentially one and the same.

First of all the Arabic language, is a semitic language (related to Hebrew and Aramaic) and is powerfully expressive, having thousands of roots from which to build upon.

The root for "god" in semitic languages begins very simple: "EL" The word "Elohim" (Old Testament Hebrew) appears to be the same as the word in Arabic "Allahumma." The word "Eloi" (New Testament Aramaic) appears to be similar in meaning to "Allahi" (Arabic: 'My Allah').

Belief in God - (Aqeedah) The Guideline Muslims follow:

  • Eliminate any anthropomorphism (human qualities) from their conception of Allah. His attributes are not like human attributes, despite similar labels or appellations.
  • Have unwavering faith in exactly what Allah and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) described Allah to be, no more, no less.
  • Eradicate any hope or desire of learning or knowing the modality of His names and attributes.
  • Belief totally in all the names and attributes of Allah; one cannot believe in some and disbelieve the others.
  • We cannot accept the names of Allah without their associated attributes, i.e. one cannot say He is Al-Hayy - 'The Living' and then say that He is without life.
  • Similarity in names (or meanings) does not imply similarity in what is being described (referents). As a robotic arm differs from a human arm, so the "hand" of Allah is nothing like a human hand, His speech is nothing like human speech, etc.
  • Certain words might be ambiguous or vague in meaning, and could be susceptible to misinterpretation. For this reason, only those meanings that are in accordance with what is specified by Allah and His Prophet, peace be upon him, are acceptable.
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