The Illustrated Mohammad

Apparently we won’t be seeing many if any more pictures of Mohammad from Charlie Hebdo.

But wouldn’t it be better to see them in the context of crucial information about the Islamic threat anyway?

For that, refer to the illustrations in the highly recommended It’s All About Muhammad by F. W. Burleigh…

  • Martin B

    Every infidel needs to know what Mohammedans don’t want infidels to know about Mohammed.

  • Rosenmops

    Is it any surprise that Muzz are so screwed up? They worship a violent war lord who delighted in torture , murder and rape.

  • Brett_McS

    I think Robert Spencer is correct that Mo is a fictional character. But that means that everything the character did which modern people consider bad (lying, marrying a 6 year old, slaughtering whole villiages, etc, etc) is something that must have been considered laudable or at least acceptable by the authors in the early Arab empire. And I think that is true – child marriage was a thing, and lying and violence have always been a part of Arab culture (which is why it has remained so backward).

    The problem is that by making this fictional character the centre of their religion they have set these attitudes in stone rather than allow the culture to grow out of them.

    • Alain

      Spot on.

  • Cue fire-bombings.

    • Rosenmops

      I hope the author has body guards.

  • eMan14

    Anyone going to write “Mo For Dhimmies?”

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    Great illustrations by F.W. Burleigh, but, there is no specific Koran verse or Hadith number given on the individual illustrations.

    It’s one thing to say that Muhammad lusted after his daughter-in-law and abolished the concept of adoption, but, it’s another thing to say specifically that chapter 33, verse 37 of the Koran abolished the concept of adoption.

    If you leave Muslims room to argue, they will, and there is truly nothing to argue about when someone says Muhammad was a pile of shit and the ‘religion’ that he invented is social poison.