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Iblis, in Islamic tradition is the chief of the fallen angels, consigned to perdition for refusing to worship Adam at the command of his Creator, and who gratified his revenge by seducing Adam and Eve from innocency.<ref>{{Nuttall|Eblis}}</ref>
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'''Iblis''', in [[Islam]]ic tradition is the chief of the fallen [[angel]]s, consigned to perdition for refusing to [[worship]] [[Adam]] at the command of his Creator, and who gratified his revenge by seducing [[Adam and Eve]] from innocence.<ref>{{Nuttall|Eblis}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:20, 9 November 2008

Iblis, in Islamic tradition is the chief of the fallen angels, consigned to perdition for refusing to worship Adam at the command of his Creator, and who gratified his revenge by seducing Adam and Eve from innocence.[1]

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  1. Nuttall Encyclopedia of General Knowledge, article on Eblis originally published in 1907 written by Reverend James Wood