What type of proof is there that they are fallen angels? The entire Bible can be looked at as one encounter after another with ET's.
Scripture states no one can see God.
Exodus 33:20 quotes god as saying, 'You cannot see My face, for no man can see Me and live!'
Yet, Gen. 17:1 says that God appeared to Abraham, and if you read the account, god was in the flesh.
Exodus 24:10 says the Israelites 'saw the God of Israel,' and Exodus 24:11 says that 'they saw God.'
Both can not be true. I have serious doubts about Abraham's encounter. I don't know who or what he spoke with, but I don't believe it was god.
As you know Abraham was the patriarch of most religions, if whom or what he encountered was not god, then all religions are false.
Nobody should point fingers and label what can not be understood as fallen angels.
As far as the Torah, If you don't know what the oral tradition is, and you don't know how people understand it, you can't just quote something.
All these people quoting the Koran, quoting the Bible—don't necessarily know how it is understood by the religion.
It's not meant to be taken literally.
An example of this is a verse in the Jewish bible an Eye for an Eye.
There isn't any traditional Jewish scholar, any traditional Jewish group that thought it should be taken literally.
It meant the value of an eye for an eye, but other people, other groups took it literally. That's a distortion of what the Torah meant, yet people read that and say, 'Wow, that's barbaric. or wow, that should be part of our law.