The Bible Reveals The Exact Name Of The God Of The Antichrist

Day by day, we see ancient biblical prophesy revealed and coming to pass. Now more than ever, we know that not only is Islam ushering in the predicted end times, it is directly pointed out in scripture nearly a millennium before the religion of peace ever reared its ugly head.
Although it doesn’t take a theologian to understand that Muhammadanism is warring with Christianity and is therefore the Antichrist cult that is harbingered to butcher the world and establish hell on earth, but there’s so much more tucked away in scripture that has now had the veil pulled back for those who faithfully inquire.
As they have done numerous times before, has once again paired their hunger for the Word of God with their passion to speak out against Islam, and it has rendered information that is not only chilling for both Christians and non-believers, but it is so accurate a warning that the world needs to heed before there are no chances left.
According to Shoebat, the name of the god of the Antichrist is not only described in the Old Testament, he is called out by name:
“But he shall worship the god Maozim in his place: and a god whom his fathers knew not, he shall worship with gold, and silver, and precious stones, and things of great price” (Daniel 11:38, The Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible).

In this version, Maozim (Maoz) is referred to as a heathen god whose name means “fortress” or “stronghold.” Shoebat makes the connection of this ancient Hebrew word with a common Arabic title of the god of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad — Al-Mu’izz, which means “stronghold” or “fortress.”
However, Daniel exposes much more than just the name of the Antichrist’s false god. In fact, the last passage of Daniel 11, the “king who exalts himself” is described. It is here that we witness a clear definition of the beast, and the connection with Muhammad and his succeeding Caliphs is inescapable:
“The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt and magnify himself above every god and will say unheard-of things against the God of gods. He will be successful until the time of wrath is completed, for what has been determined must take place. He will show no regard for the gods of his ancestors or for the one desired by women, nor will he regard any god, but will exalt himself above them all.”

The king is said to disregard the gods of his ancestors, which is exactly what Muhammad did when he declared himself messenger of Allah in the 7th century. The warrior prophet shunned the polytheistic ideologies of the pagans and the monotheistic worship of Jews and Christians for his own newly introduced Allah.
As he welcomed or terrorized followers into submission of this new Antichrist cult, he instructed what would be the first aspects of Sharia law, which included guidelines and legislation on the brutal treatment of women of which he also showed “no regard for.” Upon expansion, the Septuagint rendering is “and to the desire of women he will not have respect, because in everything he shall be exalted.” If this doesn’t provide a clear description of the revered in Islam, nothing does.
“Instead of them, he will honor a god of fortresses; a god unknown to his ancestors he will honor with gold and silver, with precious stones and costly gifts.”

Again we see the reference to the “fortress,” one who was never known or worshiped by his ancestors. However, even though this Antichrist king will most likely pay tribute to Allah, Muhammad wasn’t the first to identify this sadistic god by name.

Ancient Babylonian stone tablets from 1700 B.C. reveal the first known reference to a god named “Alla.”

Kenneth J. Thomas elucidates upon Shoebat’s find that the earliest mention of Allah’s divinity is in the “Epic of Atrahasis,” an incription in Babylonian stone tablets during 1700 B.C. The writing reveals the pagan god “Alla” as the god of “violence and revolution.” Just as the earliest Old Testament chapters teach, the jealous Alla persuaded other supernatural beings to overthrow the divine ruler:
Then Alla made his voice heard and spoke to the gods his brothers, ‘Come! Let us carry Elil, the counselor of gods, the warrior, from his dwelling. Now, cry battle! Let us mix fight with battle!’ The gods listened to his speech, set fire to their tools, put aside their spades for fire, their loads for the fire-god, they flared up. (Atrahasis, tablet i, OBV i, i-ii, trans. Stephanie Dalley, in her Myths from Mesopotamia, p. 10, underline mine.)
(One interesting note: Enlil in Mesopotamian myths is the god who was said to have grown weary of the noise made by humans and brought down a worldwide flood to get rid of them, a flood which was said to be survived by one man, Utnapishtim, and his family, who were spared because they had a boat loaded with animals and food. Some scholars see a connection to the biblical story of Noah.)

Shoebat concludes that the earliest following of Alla migrated to Mesopotamia, eventually making their way into the southern Arabian Peninsula.
Although we can trace the secularism of Islam and it’s violent inheritance back before the calculating prophet himself, the future of Islam is more dangerous than it’s several major uprisings ever have been. As the reborn Ottoman Empire has begun raising the Caliphate upon the backs of ISIS, so will the Caliph, or king, issue the destruction of the rest of the world.

Whether you believe in the truth written in the Bible or not, there are certain unmistakable, historical details that have warned us for centuries of the imminent war that will befall us as a result of the Islamization and subsequent takeover of the West.