He suggests you hand them out to everyone, but especially to police officers and public officials.
"If someone is alarmed by the leaflet, the best thing the person handing them out can say is, 'If you're really concerned about this leaflet, give it to a police officer.' If the police start getting many copies of these leaflets from 'concerned citizens' we just might start getting through to those in power."
The leaflet can be shared online and there are many excellent links in it.
You can print or download the PDF file of the leaflet here: Behead Those Who...
A message from Charles Martel:
Islam causes terrorism no more than smoking causes cancer. Many people who smoke will not get cancer. And there are many other things that cause cancer other than smoking.
Perhaps you think this illustration is unfair. We are told that Muhammad said and did some good things. Let's assume that's true. Can we find out the truth about anyone by only look at the good things they've said and done?
If you do look at Muhammad, be sure not to just look at the good things he said and did, look at the questionable things as well. This is important because time and time again Muslim's are told by Islamic leaders and their most respected religious texts, to follow Muhammad's teaching and example. The following is a good place to start: http://youtu.be/5bB08L0VoAw
Charles the Hammer said: Someone recently wrote to me saying the leaflet was too big and because it was too big people wouldn't read it. I can understand how they might get that impression because it does look big when it is viewed as a spread. I wrote back with the following:
"The first and most important step in trying to get people to read anything is the attention step. It does not matter how accurate the information is if people do not read at least some of it.
So I highly recommend folding the leaflet in half, so that potential readers see either the title or the picture. Once they see either, the leaflet has definitely got their attention. Whether or not they read it then is up to them."