Allah and Apollo are similar sounding names and ١ّللَه appears to have an article, but without the initial ١ّل, it produces لَه that doesn't mean anything, thus part of the word not a prefix. In Hebrew script, ١ّللَه would be אללה and is comparable to Απόλλων, the terminal ה exchanges with ν, the double λ is intact and π exchanges with the glottal א.
They are four consonents in Απόλλων, ΠΛΛΝ, thus wouldn't this be a tetragrammaton. cf. ١ّللَه.
During Hajj, pilgrims must walk around the Kabaa seven times counterclockwise and Mecca clearly modelled after the Temple of Apollo in Delphi and the Kabba itself represents an ὀμφαλός (Navel), sacred to Apollo.
The heights that overlook Mecca, Mount Arafat. The word عَرَفَات came from the Greek, ὄροφος,
ὀρόφους Φοίβου, i.e. Phoebus roof, Temple of Apollo.
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