"Allah" just means "god" today, but before Mohammed
"Allah" was the moon god, Al Lah, that was worshipped in Mecca. It seems
suspicious that mosques have a crescent representing the moon on the top of
their roofs. Also, Muslims don't face heaven when they worship Allah --
they face the building called the Qa'aba. Here's the charmed plaques in the Qa'aba:
Outside the Qa'aba at one of the corners is a round, cylindrical rock held in place by a
voluptuous metal frame. When the Qa'aba was a Hindu shrine, this was
called a Lingum, an idol representing Vishnu. Many of these idols are
found in India. In Hindu tradition, wherever there is a Lingum there needs
to be a Ganga, a flowing source of "holy" water. Since Arabia is
a desert, they had to choose a well. The Zam Zam well was chosen.
Later it was found to be contaminated with arsenic and bacteria. How
appropriate for water representing the polluted Ganges River!
Witchcraft is rampant among Muslims. Here's some info on Islamic curses:
Praying five times a day empowers the demons they have. Going into a season of fasting prayers during Ramadan give the demons extra empowerment. If Christians only pray twice a week, they don't stand a chance against these demons. We must pray more frequently and wisely than that.
Unbelievers are considered "Khaffr" -- liars to whom it is acceptable to lie to (to act like a khaffr to). Thus we can't trust what they have to say and they won't trust anything we have to say. So it is up to the true God to speak to them.
To expedite that, we need to:
edited: April 21, 2017 orderofsaintpatrick.org/boogaloo/hog1.htm