We have destroyed Islam not with just one immoral word of imperfection – not with one teaching of moral depravity but with a 4,000 teachings of evil. So the question is who wrote the Quran and what are the origins of Allah.?
Allah was actually the chief of the 360 gods in the Kaaba. Allah was the name of a god whom the Arabs worshipped many centuries before Prophet Muhammad was born. Among the pagan Arabs this term "Allah" denoted the chief god of their pantheon, the Kaaba, with its three hundred and sixty idols. The word Allah was derived from al-ilah. Arab Bedouins and pagans were already worshiping Allah at the Ka'ba in Mecca long before Mohammed came. Thus, Islam also owes the term "Allah" to the heathen Arabs.
Prophet Muhammad made the Arab pagans to believe that the same Allah (they worship) was talking with him in the Cave of Hira or Hera
Mountain (which is not really a mountain at all!). He asked them to worship only the Allah (the one God) and discard the remaining gods in the Ka'aba. Thus, Islam owned the Allah of Heathen Arabs as their own deity.
Qur'an: Holy Qur'an was created mostly by copying from Old Testament. Look at the very tenor of Allah in these two holy books. You will be pleasantly surprised by the similarities. Many verses in Qur'an can be traced back to the Old Testament. Many Arab heretic-folklore stories and myths were incorporated in Qur'an. Many verses also can be traced back their origin from the book of Zoroastrian. When asked how those stories of Bible and Zoroastrian book came in the Qur'an, the common answers are-"no, no, Islam did not copy from others. Actually, Bible, book of Zoroastrian also came from the same Allah. Only thing is, Jews, Christians and others had distorted the original scriptures sent to them by Allah, hence, Allah has sent them again (as fresh) to Prophet Muhammad through archangel Jibrail, which is the Qur'an. Therefore, Qur'an is the only authentic holy book and all other holy books are distorted and should be discarded by all means." Thus, Islam made the Qur'an the final book from Allah by synthesizing it from the various existing holy books and by incorporating all those folklores, stories, and Arabian myths. Here also Islam made the other people's holy book as their own holy book by the same Islamic formula.
Muhammad connived to claim himself to be the Last Prophet. He never saw or met anyone at the small hill of Hira or Hera
Mountain. Muhammad fabricated stories/teachings and then passed those for Allah's word.
Muhammad did not author the Quran. Not even Muhammad’s Allah authored it. Making Allah the author of the Quran, is the prime lie perpetrated on mankind for more than a millennium. The major part of the Qur'an was actually either composed by or inspired and written by a number of individuals. The most notable among them were:
Qays - an ancient poet of Arabia who died a few decades before Muhammad's birth
Zayd b. Amr b. Naufal - an 'apostate' of his time who preached and propagated Hanifism
Labid - another poet
Hasan b. Thabit - the official poet of Muhammad
Salman, the Persian - Muhammad's confidante' and an advisor
Bahira - a Nestoraian Christian monk of the Syrian church
Jabr - a Christian neighbour of Muhammad
Qumta - a Christian slave
Khadijah - Muhammad's first wife
Waraqa - Khadijah's cousin brother
Ubay b. Ka'b - Muhammad's secretary and a Qur'an scribe
There were other parties involved too. They were:
Aisha - Muhammad's child bride
Abdallah b. Salam b. al-Harith - a Jewish convert to Islam
Mukhyariq - a Rabbi and another Jewish convert to Islam
It was not Allah who wrote the Qur'an. Although Muhammad created many of its teachings - the Qur'an is not the creation of a single entity or a lone person. There were several parties involved in the composition, scribing, amending, inserting and deleting the Qur'anic verses. The most important personalities involved in the creation of the Qur'an were: Imrul
Qays, Zayd b. Amr, Hasan b. Thabit, Salman, Bahira, ibn
Qumta, Waraqa and Ubayy b. Ka'b. Muhammad himself was involved in the make-up of a limited number of verses, but the most influential person who motivated Muhammad in the invention of Islam and the opus of the Qur'an was, perhaps, Zayd b. Amr, who preached 'Hanifism'. Muhammad later metamorphosed Zayd's 'Hanifism' into Islam. Therefore, the assertion that Islam is not a new religion stands to be true. However, the important finding is that the Qur'an is definitely not the words of Allah - it is a human-made scripture which Muhammad simply passed up as Allah's final words to mankind. Another important aspect of this essay is that among the ancient religions that the writers of the Qur'an incorporated in it, perhaps, the practices of the Sabeans is crucial. In fact, the rituals of 5 prayers and the 30 days fasting (the two among the five pillars of Islam) were actually adapted from the Sabeans. Qur'an, thus, is a compilation of various religious books that existed during Muhammad's time. Muhammad, not Allah, simply adopted, picked and chose from various sources and created the Qur'an. While many parties contributed to the Qur'an, Muhammad became its chief editor - to say it plainly.
As documented above and throughout this book - Islam was invented by Muhammad - an evil totalitarian. Having created his own version of God – Allah (the ANTI GOD)- Muhammad and Allah being one and the same, morphed into "Allah and His Messenger" and then – “ Messanger and his Allah.” Muhammad became God and God became Muhammad.