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"Mohammed's Believe It or Else?" by Aboullah Azaz

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Submitted by Janet Ann (Canada), Feb 8, 2006 at 13:29

The comic book, "Mohammed's Believe It or Else!", written my a moslem, Aboullah Aziz, IRREVERENTLY depicts mohammed. Another example of the double standard regarding the present situation that has arisen by the cartoons printed in a Danish newspaper. However, more importantly, the contents of this comic reveals how hatred concerning all things/people not islamic are implanted in the minds of the very young ..... especially the Jews.

http://islamcomicbook.com/
Mohammed's Believe It or Else!
By Aboullah Aziz
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