Further, along with the moon god Sin/Hubal, whose symbol is a crescent moon obviously enough, the black meteorite, which is still worshipped in the Kaa'ba as in old pre-Islamic pagan Mecca, shows another Assyrio-Babylonian goddess who was worshipped there and that is the goddess Ishtar. Note how the container that holds the black meteorite is formed in the shape of a womans vagina. Why should this be? Well, Ishtars attributes were fertility, love, war & sex, so the shape of container seems fitting for this purpose.
So with Sin & Ishtar we see the roots of the true gods & goddesses who influenced Mohammed when he formed Islam not only from cherry picking all pre-existing monotheistic religions of the day, but also the older pagan ones too.
BTW: The symbol of Ishtar is the star, so where have we seen both the crescent moon (for Sin) & the star (Ishtar) used before to symbolise something?