Satanic Verses, Goddess names in the Koran; Slide 14

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Al-Lat (Goddess),   al-Uzza (Power)

Manat (Fate)

The Satanic Verses

 

Have ye seen Allat and ‘Uzza, And another, the third [goddess], Manat?

[Words of Satan:]  These are the exalted intermediaries whose intercession is to be hoped for.

                             –Koran 53: 19-20

Satanic Verses
Muslim scholars admit there are Goddesses in the Koran.

The story is, Satan tricked Mohammed into putting those verses in the Koran. But Allah
sent a new revelation allowing Mohammed to leave the verses in but correct
the mistake. Which Mohammed did, by calling them quote, “angels whom pagans
ignorantly think are goddesses.” Because Satan tricked Mohammed into putting
Goddess names in the Koran, those verses are called the Satanic Verses – inspired by Satan. Geez. Talk about demonizing
anything sacred feminine!

You may remember the novel Satanic Verses by Salmon Rushdie, that
got him condemned to die by the Muslim world…

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