Muslims in the Arctic Circle were not included in Allah’s thinking when the Qu’ran was written
“Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble.” James 2:19 (KJV)
Muslims like to attempt to make the case that their god, Allah, is the same as the God of the Bible. They say that Allah is ‘all-knowing‘, and is the creator of all things. The word ‘Allah’ comes from the compound Arabic word, al-ilah. Al is the definite article “the” and ilah is an Arabic word for “god”, i.e. the god. Rather than being the Name of the Creator, Allah is a purely Arabic word which refers to god or gods in the generic sense. Allah was the Moon God of antiquity long before Mohammad came on the scene.
So with that in mind, the ‘all-knowing’ Allah has a pretty big problem with his ‘impossible command’
In 2017, the Muslim month of Ramadan will begin the evening of Friday, May 26, and will end the evening of Sunday, June 25. Allah in the Qu’ran gives commands to Muslim believers around the world, as we read here: