So... what's this comic book all about?
is the fastest growing religious movement in the United States and Europe. It is especially
enticing to the young black children in
the inner city areas of the United States, where the Nation of Islam is luring young black men and
women into the 7th century pagan Arab religious cult that comprises Islam. How
can concerned citizens combat the rise of Islam? Simply by telling the truth
about Islam -- and we mean all the
truth about Islam -- in a way that our
young people can easily understand it.
Mohammed's Believe It or Else!, author
and illustrator Abdullah Aziz takes the actual teachings of Mohammed from the
Qur'an and the Hadith (the "inspired" commentary on the Qur'an) and illustrates
them in a comic book. Here are some examples of the startling teachings of
Jews were turned into monkeys for breaking the
Sabbath (page 2).
The "seal of prophethood" for Mohammed was a mole on
his back (page 5
and page 6).
Allah made a group of boys sleep for 309 years (page
7 and page 8).
A Muslim is not allowed to have a dog or cat (page
9 and page 10).
Satan sleeps in the nose overnight (page
A Muslim may not play chess (page
A non-Muslim has seven intestines (page
If you pray with your eyes lifted to heaven, they
will be snatched away (page 12).
Mohammed forgot parts of the Qur'an (page
Mohammed taught that the sun sets into a muddy pond
at night (page 13).
Mohammed had head lice (page
- Mohammed commanded his followers to drink camel urine (page
- Mohammed's food would shout praise to Allah as he ate (page
Satan pees into the ears of those who sleep while
praying (page 17).
Allah won't hear your prayers if you have bad breath
Hell is populated mostly by women (page
18 and page 19).
There is no assurance of salvation in Islam (page
Mohammed was terrified of solar eclipses (page
Mohammed was a white man, not a black man (page
20 and page 21).
Mohammad married a 6-year-old and had sex with her
when she was nine years old (page
21 and page 22).
Mohammed was a racist who referred to black people
as "raisin heads" (page 22).
It is our hope
that by exposing the truth of actual teachings of Mohammed, the Qur'an and
the Hadith, our young people will not be lured away to embrace a false
prophet, a false religion, and its teachings of hate and violence towards
those who will not "accept Islam."