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The two main points of scrutiny under which your arguments fail are the
Euthyphro dilemma and the problem of evil.
The Euthyphro dilemma: Is
it moral because Allah says it is moral or, it is moral so Allah
commands it? If it is moral because Allah commands it then it is not
objective but rather the subjective preference of an entity. If Allah
commands it because it is moral then Allah is not the source of morality
which would mean not only that we can and should question moral
commands (which we do anyway via interpretation and fatwa) but that we
should seek the actual source of morality and the alleged Word of Allah
should never be more than a suggestion.
The problem of evil: If
Allah is existent omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent (or
omni-benevolent) then suffering and evil cannot exist. Suffering
exists. Evil exists. Therefore, Allah is not what he is claimed to be.
To relieve Allah of the blame of suffering and evil is to claim that
the omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent Creator of all made a mistake
and didn't (or couldn't) fix it. Therefore, Allah is still not what he
is claimed to be.
If you value truth over belief you will stop
deceiving yourself. And if you truly value morality you will stop
deceiving others with paradoxical beliefs which can't possibly be true.