Neil Armstrong, the first man to land on the moon passed away at 82 as a CHRISTIAN

In Uncategorized on October 6, 2012 at 4:10 am

Neil Armstrong, the first man to land on the moon passed away at 82 as a CHRISTIAN


July 14,1983

Mr. Phil Parshall Director
Asian Research Center
International Christian
Fellowship 29524 Bobrich
Livonia, Michigan 48152

Dear Mr. Parshall:

Mr. Armstrong has asked me to reply to your letter and
to thank you for the courtesy of your inquiry.

The reports of his conversion to Islam and of hearing
the voice of Adzan on the moon and elsewhere are all

Several publications in Malaysia, Indonesia and other
countries have published these reports without verifi-
cation. We apologize for any inconvenience that this
incompetent journalism may have caused you.

Subsequently, Mr. Armstrong agreed to participate in a
telephone interview, reiterating his reaction to these
stories. I am enclosing copies of the United States
State Department’s communications prior to and after
that interview.


Vivian White
Administrative Aide

Neil_Armstrong, the first man to land on the moon passed away at age 82 on 25th August 2012 as a Christian.

From Morocco, Egypt, Indonesia to Malaysia, it is commonly believed that Neil Armstrong heard the Azan (Muslim prayer) on the moon which he could not understand and when he later visited Egypt, he heard the same sound and then realized it was Azan he heard on the moon, he immediately converted to Islam and was engaged in the full-time propagation of the Muslim faith in Lebanon!

Few of us may heard of this ridiculous claim, the claim is still circulated via junk e-mails and YouTube such as:

During his visit to 2005 Global Leadership Forum at KLCC, then 75 years old Neil Armstrong ” denied he had heard the Muslim call to prayer on the moon and had converted to Islam. ” This was reported in The Star.

Here is the official confirmation sent to all US Diplomatic and consular post confirming that Neil Armstrong did not convert to Islam:

In 1983, through Asian Research Center International Christian Fellowship, he, then residing in Lebanon, Ohio, USA issued an official statement confirming he had not converted to Islam or heard Azan on the moon.

Now, the sequel to Neil Armstrong’s famous quote “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” should be:

“One man’s small mistake, one big joke for mankind!”

Neil Alden Armstrong was an American astronaut, test pilot, aerospace engineer, university professor and United States Naval Aviator. He was the first person to walk on the Moon. Wikipedia
Died: August 25, 2012, Columbus
Born: August 5, 1930, Wapakoneta
Children: Eric Armstrong, Mark Armstrong, Karen Armstrong
Education: University of Southern California (1970), Purdue University (1947–1955), Blume High School (1947)
Spouse: Carol Held Knight (m. 1994), Janet Shearon (m. 1956–1994)
Parents: Stephen Armstrong, Viola Armstrong

How Neil Armstrong Became a Muslim Live Star Productions,


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