This comic book was produced by the Turkish Diyanet, or Ministry for Religious Affairs. You can read the comic book (in Turkish) right here.
Suicide is a grave sin, but in Islam it is not. Yet here you can see the utter hypocristy of Islam and her leaders, a hypocrisy which was modeled on the biggest hyopcrite of them all, Muhammad. President Erdogan encourages Turkish children to fight his wars “for the sake of Islam,” which is really about turning Turkey back into the Ottoman Empire, with President Erdogan as the new Sultan and Caliph. He could become one of the most powerful men alive today, and achieve it all at the lives of the average, poor, pious Turk who truly believes that Islam is right and is trying to live a pious and good life.
This is both spiritual and political- the spiritual evils of Islam emerging as part of Islam’s political struggle for global, temporal domination.
This is both a tragedy of Shakespearian proportions, and it should make anybody mad as hell and ready to do whatever is necessary to stop the Turkish menace from rearing its ugly head again.
From Russia Today:
A colorful cartoon titled “may god bless our martyrs, may their graves be full with holy light” features dialogues between parents and children that promotes an idea of religious martyrdom. In one box of the comics, a father says to his son:“How good it is to be a martyr…” He also adds that martyrdom gives a person an opportunity “to gain the right to go to heaven.”
In another box from the comics, a girl can be seen saying “I wish I could be a martyr.” “If you desire enough, Allah will give you that opportunity,” the mother in the box replies to the girl.
A statement near the last picture reads: “Our prophet says: a martyr feels the pain of dying as much as you feel pain when being pinched.”
Another statement attributed to Prophet Mohammed says: “A martyr would love to go back to the real world and be martyr 10 times more after the honoring and prestige they receive in the heaven.”
Psychologist and professor Dr. Serdar Degirmencioglu harshly criticized the latest issue of the Diyanet’s “Child Magazine” featuring the controversial comics, but said that introducing children into the ideas of radical Islam has long been part of the Turkish government’s policy.
“They want to use the drawings to transfer the message of martyrdom to children because they think it will be more attractive,” he said in an interview with the Turkish Evrensel newspaper adding that the idea of martyrdom promoted by the government describes it as a “painless death and a promise of heaven.”
“Religiosity has, in recent years, turned into a literal political tool. They do not even hide it. The Ministry of Religion was provided more money than several other ministries combined and continues intensive work for religious children,” he added.