Jews did not worship the G-D Molech, and were specifically instructed not to associate, or emulate those who do. That also goes with the worship of Baal.
You are confusing us with the Amonites, Phoenicians and the main body of Canaanites who were pagans. Molech was their pagan god.
In fact, the Torah teaches that the test of Avrohom binding Issac was a lesson not just in obeying Hand trusting in HaShem, but also an instruction that awakened Avrohoms heart-through his emotions that life was sacred and that HaShem forbid sacrificing children.
Avrohom went on to teach this to the Hebrews- the Jews. And he was able to teach it from his heart- as he learned from the pain he felt when he was commanded to bind Issac.
This was one of the Mitzvot that separated the Jew from the pagan.
“Thou shalt not give of thy seed to cause to pass through the fire for Moloch.” Leviticus 18:10
Again, attend a Hebrew school and learn the Hebrew- correctly- then you will understand the scriptures.
The Jews did not revise their scriptures. There was no need to. This was HaShem’s word. What is there to argue? You’re going to argue with G-D????
The many, many artifacts found, and especially the old scrolls- like the Dead Sea scrolls and many others, prove this most readily. The desert and the knowledge of preservation allowed our artifacts and scriptures to be remarkably preserved. You can see them displayed in Jerusalem, Israel.
Better learn your scriptures and read your tanakh. Jer 32:35; Jer 37:30-31