It doesn't directly, but El is the basis for the Old Testament god. Anthropological and historical evidence support that the Jews venerated a local tribal deity, whom they believed was the "best god." Keep in mind, in ancient Mesopotamian culture: duels between competing gods/city-states was a normal activity. However, Yahweh later was elevated to "god of gods," and then to a universal deity. El was most likely adapted and merged with the worship of Yahweh due to the many conquests in the area from Babylonians, Assyrians, and Chaldeans (Neo-Babylonians: Babylon & Medea alliance).
It is interesting that you, once again, ignored the other comments. I will keep praying for you, and that you may learn to calm your anger.
In Peace & Christ's Love,
"First, they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win."-- Mahatma Gandhi
Peace & Blessings,