Sadiqu al-Mousllie sees humor as a good way to fight growing anti-Islam sentiment in Germany.
He lives in Braunschweig, in western Germany. Earlier this month, he decided to go downtown and hold up a sign that read, "I am a Moslem. What would you like to know?"
"This is a bridge of communication," the Syrian-born German says. "Some people dared to ask, some others not, so we went to them and give them some chocolate and a say of our prophet to know what Muslims are thinking about."
Mousllie, 44, says he hopes to do it every other week.