In all the history of Islam, where is the moon represented with upwards points?
When we see the clock above the tomb of Mohammad, we think: It looks like the horns of a bull! We do not understand why there are horns on top of the clock.
Muslims do not like the Saud tower clock, because Mohammad and Moses both said: Do not worship the cow. The moon is holy in Islam, and all islamic flags have an upright moon, never looking like horns.
Did the Saudi architects make a mistake to put the moon sideways? Is it an unholy sign, to put horns on top of a minaret? Was there condemnation from Imams?