1700 B.C.: 'Alla' god of 'violence and revolution'
A research article posted on the website of terrorist-turned-Christian Walid Shoebat contends the oldest known references to the Islamic deity Allah are not in Arabian records but in Babylonian artifacts.
Ancient tablets describe â€śAllaâ€ť as a deity of â€śviolence and revolution.â€ť
â€śThis link sheds new light since for many years we have been hearing various ideas on where Allah came from. Christian and Muslim scholars â€“ as well as secular professors â€“ presented numerous arguments on just who Allah really is,â€ť wrote Ted Shoebat, the son of Walid Shoebat.
In his heavily footnoted project, he writes that historians have suggested Islamâ€™s beginnings are found in the Persian religion Zoroastrianism, while others, including Christian writers, argue Allah was a moon-god in Babylon....