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

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 11, 2006 at 13:31

Dear Janet Ann, you wrote :

>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.

Mohammed's Believe It or Else!
By Aboullah Aziz

I am not sure if I have understood you well, but this wonderful booklet you're referring to with contempt of an Eurabian censor should be attached to any copy of the Quran -be it handwritten or printed - all over the globe and made a mandatory reading in any single Muslim household !

It's the best "tafsir" (interpretation) of the Holy Quran and hadith I have come across so far. Why are you silent on its excellent scholarly merits ? Each cartoon is copiously borne out by the most accurate quotes from the most reliable sources. It has been translated into so many languages including Farsi and Urdu . Soon no doubt it will be translated into the language of the prophet himself (pbuh).

Contrary to what you say it's no hatred but a detached scholarly Muse of Apollo that has painted those rare tableaux vivants from Arabia Felix for all of us to enjoy.

With best wishes,

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