If Allah is god he should have characteristics which are completely different to Shaytan (Satan), we should be confused between the two as they should be vastly contrasted to one another. Here in one verse found in Surah Al-Ma’idah it says that Satan causes animosity and hatred, that’s nothing new we know that Satan is hateful. Other details are he does this also through intoxicants (ie. alcohol, wine) and gambling.
Again this is not too surprising as Christians also believe these things are sinful and Satan loves causing people to fall into these sinful practices. But what if in the same chapter the Qur’ān says Allah does the same thing as Satan? In verse 5:14 the Qur’ān says that Allah causes animosity and hatred until the day of resurrection.
In the book of Job Satan came before the LORD, he wanted to prove to God that Job (a man who loves God) would reject Him if Satan caused problems in Job’s life.
Satan caused Job to lose all of his sons and his daughters causing them to die in a freak “accident”, he also took away all of Job’s cattle oxen, sheep and camels. The second wave of attacks on Job was Satan caused Job to get boils all over his body, this even caused a problem between Job and his wife. His wife told Job to curse God and die but Job never dared to do such a thing.
If you notice Satan causes pain, hatred and heartache all things Allah causes in the Qur’ān. There’s no doubt that the two are the same person the devil.
If Allah does the same as Satan then what’s the purpose of Satan? Unless Allah is Satan then it all makes sense because Allah is the one doing all the hating. Islam is a religion which makes no sense once a person uses the mental capacity God gave them. This is why so many people are leaving Islam the moment they themselves look into these issues for themselves.
Let’s pray that many more Muslims will come to faith in Jesus Christ for salvation, and will leave the cult of Islam for good never to look back ever again.
 The Satan’s role is to accuse and prosecute people for their transgressions. The title is derived from a term meaning “obstruction” (Numbers 22:32) or “opposition” (1 Samuel 29:4). The Satan seeks to trip up human beings and then report on their missteps; but he is also the contrarian, who contradicts the opinions of God.