Is Allah Satan?


Is Allah really God?


Is Allah the God of the Bible, or is Allah the moon god of ancient pagan Arabia?

While “Allah” could refer to God literally, the Allah of Islam is the moon god of ancient pagan Arabia.

The Arabic word for “god” is “ilah”, while “al” is the Arabic for “the”. Therefore, “Allah” combines “al” with “ilah” and removes the “i”, to literally means, “the god”.

But much like “YHWH/Yahweh/Jehovah” is the personal name of the God of the Bible, “Allah” was also the personal name given to the moon god, the highest of the 360 pagan idols worshipped in Mecca, Muhammad’s home town. Why do we see the moon symbol on top of mosques? Because Islam worships a moon god.

Is Allah, “The Light,” Really Satan?

“And the great dragon was thrown down, the serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was thrown down to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.”

Rev 12:9


“How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, shining star, son of the morning! Have you been thrown down, you who destroyed the nations of the world. For you said to yourself ‘I will ascend to heaven and set my throne above God’s stars. I will preside on the mountain of the god’s far away in the north. I will climb to the highest heavens and be like the most high,’  But you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit. Those who see you stare at you, they ponder your fate: “Is this the man who shook the earth and made kingdoms tremble, is this the one who destroyed the world and made it into a wilderness? Is this the king who demolished the world’s greatest cities and had no mercy on his prisoners?”

Isaiah 14:12-17

“And no wonder! For Satan himself transformed himself into an angel of light.”

2 Corinthians 11:14

Revelations 9:1 says “I saw a star fallen from heaven to the earth. To him was given the key to the bottomless pit.”

Revelations 9:1

(VERSES)In Quran, 24:35-36, it says “Allah is the light of the heavens and the earth; a likeness of his light is as a niche in which is a lamp, the lamp is in a glass and the glass is as it were a brightly shining star.”

Quran 24:35-36

This is in the section of the Quran titled “Light.”

The Bible describes Satan as a light fallen from heaven and the Quran describes Allah as a light and a brightly shining star, the same description of Satan in the Bible. Satan is described as wanting to ascend to heaven being higher than God and Muhammed supposedly “ascended” to seven heavens. Yeah, according to him there are seven heavens and when he reached the last one he met god/Allah and was given rule over angels, sins (man) and jins (demons) in the whole world.

The Bible describes perfectly Satan and it matches up with the Qu’ran description of Allah. There are several verses in the Qu’Ran that describe Allah with names that are attributes of Satan.

Allah is not God.  Originally known as the Moon god Hubaal (Ha Baal in Hebrew), Muhammad carved this deity in his own image. Like his creator, Allah is a narcissist.  Muhammad  defined  Allah as:



khairul mâkerin, (the best deceiver)  3:54,

al mutakabbir (the proud one, the haughty one) 59:23 ,

al jabbâr (the compeller, the oppressor, the tyrant) 59:23,

al qahhâr (the subduer)  13:16, 14:48, 38:65, 39:4, 40:16 ,

al khâfid (the abaser) 95:5,

al mudhell (the humiliator) 3:26,

al mumit (the death giver) 3:156, 7:158, 15:23, 57:2,

al muntaqim (the avenger) 32:22, 43:41, 44:16,

al mua’khkhir (the delayer) 71:4 and

ad-dârr (the harmer, the afflicter) 6:17.

These are satanic attributes. Write more here


Is Allah Mentioned in the Bible?

Put “Linked In” verses I used here.

Most people don’t realize it but, yes, Allah is mentioned in the Bible. In the beginning, mankind spoke one language and that language was Hebrew.

The LORD God said to the serpent (Satan), “Because you have done this, cursed (Alah) are you more than all cattle, And more than every beast of the field; On your belly you will go, And dust you will eat All the days of your life; And I will put enmity Between you and the woman And between your seed and her seed (Jesus Christ); He shall bruise you on the head, And you shall bruise him on the heel.”

Genesis 3:14-15

Allah is mentioned several times in the Bible, the first time is in Genesis 3:14-15 in the verse above. Of course, the Bible has been translated into many languages. Originally, in Hebrew, ALLAH means CURSE. So, when you read curse in the Bible, in most cases, it was originally Allah. There are some variations of this that have other meanings.

A lot of people today think that Allah, the god of Islam is the same God that is in the Bible. That is the way I used to believe, that is, until I dove in to do the research for this book. The Name of the God of Israel is YHVH (Yahweh) and has been proven to be the real God. Allah has been proven to be an idol, a moon god, that Muhammad CHOSE for worship by the Muslims. In all honesty, if you read this book with an open mind and want to know what the truth really is, you will find that Allah is really Satan disguised as what he has always wanted to be, a god that is worshiped.

Again I lifted my eyes and saw, and behold, a flying scroll!  And he said to me, “What do you see?” I answered, “I see a flying scroll. Its length is twenty cubits, and its width ten cubits.”[a]And he said to me, “This is the curse (Allah) that is going out over the whole land; for according to what it says on one side, every thief will be banished, and according to what it says on the other, everyone who swears falsely will be banished. 4 The LORD Almighty declares, ‘I will send it out, and it will enter the house of the thief and the house of anyone who swears falsely by my name. It will remain in that house and destroy it completely, both its timbers and its stones.”

Zechariah 5:1-4

In Zechariah 5:1-4 God speaks about the “Curse” which will go over the whole earth. In Hebrew, as mentioned earlier, the Hebrew word for “Curse” is Alah. There is no doubt that the word for “a Curse” in Hebrew is Alah. If you look at a nuclear warhead, it could be described as a “Flying Scroll,” especially considering how someone would have described it over 2,000years ago.

Look at what is happening in the world today. Watch the news, Read the newspaper, view the internet. If you do any of those things, it is impossible not to see Islam (and Allah) spreading out all over the whole Earth, just as prophesied in Zechariah above.

It should now make perfect sense why the people who wear the Mark of the Beast – the Mark of Islam as a badge on their foreheads   or arms are “Cursed” to destruction. Because the name “Allah” is that Curse.

What is also very interesting is that the Hebrew letters of the words “alah” and the Arabic letters of Allah are exactly the same, except for pronunciation marks above the main letters and an extra “L.”

Quite amazing – the Hebrew word “curse” and the Arabic word “Allah” don’t just sound the same, with the exception of an extra “L”, THEY ARE THE SAME.


(ˈprɒf ɪt)

1. a person who speaks for God or a deity, or by divine inspiration.
2. (in the Old Testament)
Was it Gabriel or Satan?


When Muhammad first began receiving revelation he thought to be from Allah, it was the angel Gabriel who brought Allah’s message to him. Or so at least that’s what Muhammad thought. But was it actually Gabriel?


Let’s see what Muhammad’s initial encounter with Gabriel was like, and discover what emotional state this encounter left Muhammad. Two traditions (hadith) provide essentially the same story with slight variances.


Sahih Muslim, Book 1, Hadith 301


There came to him the angel and said: Recite, to which he replied: I am not lettered. He took hold of me [the Apostle said] and pressed me, till I was hard pressed; thereafter he let me off and said: Recite. I said: I am not lettered. He then again took hold of me and pressed me for the second time till I was hard pressed and then let me off and said: Recite, to which I replied: I am not lettered. He took hold of me and pressed me for the third time, till I was hard pressed and then let me go and said: Recite in the name of your Lord Who created, created man from a clot of blood. Recite. And your most bountiful Lord is He Who taught the use of pen, taught man what he knew not (al-Qur’an, xcvi. 1-4). Then the Prophet returned therewith, his heart was trembling, and he went to Khadija and said: Wrap me up, wrap me up! So they wrapped him till the fear had left him. He then said to Khadija: O Khadija! what has happened to me? and he informed her of the happening, saying: I fear for myself.


Bukhari, Book 1, Volume 1, Hadith 3


The angel came to him and asked him to read. The Prophet replied, “I do not know how to read.


The Prophet added, “The angel caught me (forcefully) and pressed me so hard that I could not bear it any more. He then released me and again asked me to read and I replied, ‘I do not know how to read.’ Thereupon he caught me again and pressed me a second time till I could not bear it any more. He then released me and again asked me to read but again I replied, ‘I do not know how to read (or what shall I read)?’ Thereupon he caught me for the third time and pressed me, and then released me and said, ‘Read in the name of your Lord, who has created (all that exists) has created man from a clot. Read! And your Lord is the Most Generous.” (96.1, 96.2, 96.3) Then Allah’s Apostle returned with the Inspiration and with his heart beating severely. Then he went to Khadija bint Khuwailid and said, “Cover me! Cover me!” They covered him till his fear was over and after that he told her everything that had happened and said, “I fear that something may happen to me.”

Two questions arise from Muhammad’s encounter with Gabriel. Why did a visitation with a messenger from God leave Muhammad in a state of panic and complete fear? Why would a messenger from God physically assault Muhammad?


Let’s contrast Muhammad’s encounter with Gabriel to biblical encounters with Gabriel to see if there are any similarities or differences.


Daniel had an encounter with Gabriel, who was showing him a vision of end times. In Daniel 8:15-17 we read:


When I, Daniel, had seen the vision, I sought to understand it. And behold, there stood before me one having the appearance of a man. And I heard a man’s voice between the banks of the Ulai, and it called, “Gabriel, make this man understand the vision.” So he came near where I stood. And when he came, I was frightened and fell on my face. But he said to me, “Understand, O son of man, that the vision is for the time of the end.


Notice Daniel was initially frightened and fell on his face. But immediately Gabriel spoke words of comfort to ease Daniel’s fears and to help him understand what he was seeing. And Gabriel did not attack Daniel physically in order to make him understand.



We see two encounters with Gabriel in the New Testament. The first is found in Luke 1:13 where Gabriel announces to Zacharias and Elizabeth the coming birth of John the Baptist.


But the angel said to him, “Do not be afraid, Zacharias, for your prayer is heard; and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John.


Another very similar encounter is documented a few verses later in Luke 1:26-30 when Gabriel announces the coming birth of Jesus to Joseph and Mary.


Now in the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee named Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. And having come in, the angel said to her, “Rejoice, highly favored one, the Lord is with you; blessed are you among women!” But when she saw him, she was troubled at his saying, and considered what manner of greeting this was. Then the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bring forth a Son, and shall call His name Jesus.


In both of these encounters recorded in Luke we see something markedly different than the encounter Muhammad experienced. Rather than leaving Elizabeth and Mary in a state of fear, Gabriel assured and comforted them by telling them “Do not be afraid.” And again Gabriel did not physically assault either Elizabeth or Mary in order to make his point.


Are we seeing an entirely different Gabriel than the one who visited Muhammad? Or asked another way, did Muhammad actually encounter Gabriel, or was it an imposter posing as Gabriel? What sort of being would instill in Muhammad a feeling of dread and utter fear? What sort of being would assault Muhammad physically?


The answer can be found in the earliest biography of Muhammad, written a mere 130 years after his death.


Ibn Ishaq records Muhammad was concerned he might be demonically possessed. He was so disturbed by this possibility that three times he threatened to commit suicide by jumping off the mountain side, and three times he was stopped by someone claiming to be Gabriel.


So I read it, and he departed from me. And I awoke from my sleep, and it was as though these words were written on my heart. Now none of God’s creatures was more hateful to me than an (ecstatic) poet or a man possessed: I could not even look at them. I thought, Woe is me poet or possessed—Never shall Quraysh say this of me! I will go to the top of the mountain and throw myself down that I may kill myself and gain rest. So I went forth to do so and then when I was midway on the mountain, I heard a voice from heaven saying, “O Muhammad! thou art the apostle of God and I am Gabriel.” I raised my head towards heaven to see (who was speaking), and lo, Gabriel in the form of a man with feet astride the horizon, saying, “O Muhammad! thou art the apostle of God and I am Gabriel.” I stood gazing at him, and that turned me from my purpose moving neither forward nor backward; then I began to turn my face away from him, but towards whatever region of the sky I looked, I saw him as before. And I continued standing there, neither advancing nor turning back, until Khadlja sent her messengers in search of me and they gained the high ground above Mecca and returned to her while I was standing in the same place; then he parted from me and I from him, returning to my family. And I came to Khadija and sat by her thigh and drew close to her. She said, “O Abii’l-Qasim,2 where hast thou been ? By God, I sent my messen­gers in search of thee, and they reached the high ground above Mecca and returned to me.” I said to her, “Woe is me poet or possessed.”


Was Muhammad inspired by a demon rather than God?


The Qur’an stands in opposition to nearly every Biblical doctrine. According to the Qur’an, Jesus was not crucified, did not rise from the dead to conquer death, man is saved on the basis of doing more good than bad, Jesus was not God but merely a prophet and not even the most significant prophet, God does not love everyone unconditionally, and the list goes on. Who would have authored a book that stands against everything God said in the Bible?


According to the Bible, it is Satan who stands in opposition to everything God said. In the Garden of Eden, he caused Eve to become confused and succumb to temptation by questioning God: “Has God really said …”. At the start of Jesus’ ministry, Satan tempted Jesus in the same way. Satan was cast out of heaven for an issue of pride, wanting to be like God himself. For that rebellion against God, he and a third of the angelic host were cast down to earth, where Satan now tries to mislead as many as possible from following God.


The Qur’an stands in opposition to God. Satan operates in opposition to God. Muhammad thought he might have encountered a demonic spirit. Does anyone notice a connection here?


Yes, I believe Muhammad likely was influenced by demonic forces. I believe the Qur’an is inspired by Satan himself. I do not believe Muhammad was visited by the angel Gabriel of the Bible but by Satan masquerading as Gabriel. The puzzle pieces all fit together. This is the only logical conclusion, given the evidence.


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