The word devil is supposed to be an adversary and GOD EQUALS GOOD, well disposed towards one and not the adversary. That is not my concern, Jeaus answered the question way back by saying "Who was his neighbor" in the parable of "The Good Samsaritan". What I do not understand is what the Islam and apparently the Yazidis say/Believe, that is that "The Peacock Angel " was condemned to hell for Pride since he refused, mind you the angel is referred to as an "H", a male, while angels are neigher male or female and that he refused to do God's bidding, although Angels are not supposed to have free will and can therefore not refuse to do anything God told them/tells them to do.
Moreover, Adam, the first "Man" was made of clay, even though God then breathed Life into him and , well yutned him (Adam) into living flesh and blood.
Now Adam was obviously a graven image the likeness of God in heaven above and in the 10 commandments, it is written "Thou shalt not make unto thyself any graven image or the likeness of anything that is Heaven above or in the arth below or in the Waters under the Earth, thou shalt not bow down to them or serve them"
REMEMBER that ADAM was a graven image to begin with, and therefore it was forbidden to bow down and worsship it, now was he to be served.
So, in principel, since Moses is said to have been given the 10 commandments by God on Mount Sinai, how can NPT bpwing down and serving have been such a crime that This Peacock Angel should be damned to Hell?
We must definitely be missing something here because the Angel was actually obeying Godd. THis is a serious concern om my part and I am not trying to be flippant, but do not all these religions/sects illogical on those Points? If what they have as doctrines for their Faiths are to be beleived.
Besides is not forcing Little Girls and boys into perversion and corruption evil? Causing unnecessary pain and suffering while laughing , evil? consider these things and then ask yourselves, who is "my neighbor" nd as a Young forced into sexualcaptivity and so on, ask, from her perspective, "Who is my adversary"