By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
While several western blogs reported the case of ISIS beheading several men for “cursing God,” they err since the official ruling by ISIS which was announced in Middle Eastern sources stated that these executions were carried out for “Sabi Rabul-Alameen,” in English “for cursing The Lord of the Worlds”.
Westerners do not understand that the title of Allah in Islam is always descried as “Malek-rab-Al-A’lameen” which means “The Lord of the worlds” that is, as defined in Islam, the Lord of this world, and the Lord of the underworld:
“O Allah, the Lord of the seven heavens and whatever it shadows. Lord of the two worlds and whatever it is carrying. Lord of the wind and wherever it goes. Lord of the devils and whoever is unguided. I ask you all the good blessings in this country and the best of its people and the best of whatever it has. I seek refuge from all the evils of this country, the worst of its people and the worst of what it has.” (1)
To translate this to the generic God is inaccurate since westerners do not believe that God is “Lord of the two world,” “lord of the devils” and such.
If it was true that Allah is the generic name in Arabic for God, why the does Allah seems to have already been described by God in the Bible as:
“The god of this world who has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel” (II Corinthians 4:4).
“Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out” ( John 12:31).
“The god of this world,” and the “Angel of the bottomless pit” (underworld) (Revelation 9:11) is none other than the devil.
While I doubt that the Almighty would demand a retraction depicting Muslims killing folks for cursing Him, they need to learn a little theology. Mohammed definitely connected to the Lord of the Air and the god of demons as this Allah.
Another example of this Allah can be found from the Christian Scripture from the casting of Lucifer, the rebellious ‘angel of light’ out of heaven, along with his fallen angels, has a similar account in the Qur’an, with a slight adjustment—this angel is given the title of deity ‘the Holy Spirit’ in Islam and is commissioned to dispatch the host of angels down to earth commencing the advent of Islam and the new revelations of the Qur’an:
“Say, The Holy Spirit has brought it (the Qur’an) down from your Lord, truthfully, to assure those who believe, and to provide a beacon and good news for all who submit” (Qur’an 16:102).
Not surprisingly the one to dispatch this “Holy Spirit” to earth is none other than the lord of this world: “This (Qur’an) is a revelation from the Lord of the worlds” (Qur’an 26:192).
Upon my detailed investigation of Lucifer in the Bible, it always ended up matching all the attributes given to Allah in the Qur’an—if Lucifer is described in the Bible as an angel, he seems to fit the angel Mohammed encountered—if Lucifer claims to be God, so does Mohammed ’s angel claim attributes that belong to deity, for he is as Islam describes, “indivisible from Allah” who is breathed through Allah into all the living, becoming the agent of creation.
To top this all, even the Biblical account of Lucifer being cast out of heaven, seems to have an account in the Qur’an—considered the holiest event in Islam:
“We have sent it down to thee in the Night of Destiny, what do you know of this ‘Night of Destiny?’ The Night of Destiny is better than a thousand months. In it, the angelic hosts descend along with the [Holy] Spirit by command of their Lord [Allah], Peace shall it be until the rising of the Dawn (Morning Star)” (Qur’an 97:1-5).
Such blasphemies litter Mohammed ’s revelations. Muslims rarely question as to who is this “spirit” angel, the leader of this “descending angelic host.” How, and why does he “descend to earth,” and what is this “rising of this Morning Star?” Why is Allah “their Lord,” proclaimed as the “Lord of these angels”? How could this angelic spirit be given a name of deity “the Holy Spirit”?
Keep in mind, these men were somewhat fortunate, since if the executed blasphemers of the devil Allah were not considered Muslim, their heads would have to be sliced through motion of the blade back and forth as explained in this mosque:
(1) Remembering Allah the way the Prophet did, DaralislaamLive.com, December 2, 2007