Several archeological evidence states that Allah was actually a moon god. During Pre-Islamic times when the arabs worshipped many gods “Allah” was the moon god. Another strong evidence is that they also found crescent moon and star symbol on the old Moon God Statues that might also mean that Islam worships that god. Is this true? search for “moon god” in google and you will understand my question
If there is such evidence that you can provide us with then we can consider your argument more academically, as such what you have posited, as of yet, is baseless. Assuming that the Arabs believed in some Moon-God they called Allah it should be taken as a point of fact that this bears no weight to the Islamic concept of Allah, which is the word for God in Arabic. So the fact that you have not provided any evidence coupled with obvious nature of belief in the One God of Islam versus the pagan beliefs, it would be safe to say the argument in of itself is of no real academic consequence. The crescent and the star came about long after Islam was established in the 7th century so this claim is anachronistic. Islam does not worship as it is a religion, rather it is the followers of Islam, the Muslims, that worship the Almighty Creator of the Universe and all that is in it including the moon. Thus it would be absurd, to say the least, making such a suggestion. If you feel that this reply is not adequate enough then please provide us with your objections and their supporting evidences so that we may analyze them and reply back to you as best we can.