"Beautiful" Death Hadith
"Beautiful" Punishments Hadith
Islamic Meme Lies About Art Work
Horrible Hadith Chain Letter
What Is Wrong With Me
Valentine's Day Furor
This hoax is aimed at Muslims and it claims scientists discovered proof that Muhammad split the moon and then put it back together. The photos are not of the supposed moonsplit miracle, but of a rille, which is a geological feature found on the moon, in many different places. The chain letter is wrong in its claim that belt of rocks were found that prove the split. There are no belts of rocks either.
"No Mohammad/Mekkah" False Cola Logo Chains Target Muslims Too.
You've probably heard of the stupid memes that tell you Coke/Pepsi is taking some reference to God off their cans.
What the likes of Snopes and ilk don't bother telling you is that Christians are not the only ones this annoying sort of meme is targetting.
The Muslim version of this chain is discussed here, and it claims that the Coke/Pepsi logo, when put up to a mirror, says "No Mohammad No Mekkah" in Arabic!
What? Lol, I don't think so! Heck, those products aren't even made by an Arabic company for gosh sake!
So, whatever your religious persuasion, should you see an email or re-share of an alarmist coke/pepsi meme that tells you cola is trying to kill your religion, just trash it and tell everyone it's bull.
Other chain letters I've seen re-shared by Muslims:
5 Simple rules To Be Happy
10 Stupid Questions And Answers
Being A Mother
Dead Cow/Mule Raffle Joke Meme
NSFW Dot Come Names Meme
Free Screen Cleaners
Gotta Love This - Stinky Meme Flowers
Hideaway Painting Misrepresented as North Pole Sunset
Idiots Calling 911
Jake Matthews 911 story
Kennedy and Lincoln
Muslims React To One-eyed Mother Glurge
An Islamic blog reposted a "World Shame" animal rights chain letter and one of those ugly malicious racist rumours about Tommy Hilfiger. All of which are false!