At the beginning of the 20th century, the Paris-based Czech artist Frantisek Kupka published some furious pictorial attacks against a prevailing mixture of unrestrained greed for profit, of militarism and imperialism; an explosive, which was mostly religious legitimized. His commented cycle “Religions” appeared in 1904 in the magazine “Assiette au beurre”.

Zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts publizierte der in Paris lebende tschechische Künstler Frantisek Kupka in Magazinen wie “Assiette au beurre”, “Le Canard Sauvage” und “Cocorico” einige furiose bildnerische Attacken gegen eine explosive Gemengelage aus ungehemmter Profitgier, Militarismus und Imperialismus, die überwiegend religiös legitimiert wurde. Seine kommentierte Bildfolge “Religions” war 1904 erschienen.

Allah is Allah and Muhammad his Prophet. He knew how to secure his existence by promising all pleasures to those who die while eliminating the infidels …