It is interesting that not only does the Koran initiate with the proclamation that “allah” is Lord of the devils, in the opening sura…but take a look at how the Koran ends…
Say: "I seek refuge from the people's lord, the people’s king, the people’s god, from the evil whisperer, the devil, whom he whispers in the people's heart, from the jinn and the people. (114.1-6)
Sura 114 lists-out the things that the writer seeks refuge from:
• From the people’s lord
• From the people’s king
• From the people’s god (lower case…“allah”)
• From the evil whisperer, the devil
• From the jinn (demons)
• And from the people, themselves
The writer of this piece is literally screaming-out for help.
All of the things listed in this ayah are the evil things from which refuge is sought.
All of these things pertain to the devil “allah”, his demons, and the unfortunate souls who are deceived by them.
In short, the author who penned this appropriate ending to the Koran, makes it perfectly clear that he wants no part of the false pagan Arabic god “allah”.
Muslims should listen to what their book of faith is telling them…