The African Martyr is a satirical, tragic play that condemns every form of religious terrorism. The play reveals the number of lives destroyed throughout the world in the name of God. This play, therefore, becomes a piece that discourages hatred connected to religious differences. The author of this work is balanced in the presentation of his play. His objective is to inform readers that all of mankind originates from a loving Creator, who also expects man to show love to one another. This is a drama that presents an African boy, Ben, who suddenly discovers that there are unnatural hidden forces holding humanity hostage. Out of his love and unquenchable passion for adventure, he takes the responsibility of liberating the world, beginning with his college campus. Says the author, "What moved me to write this drama was the level of bloodshed in the name of God. I grew up to discover that the world has been divided by religion. Not simply that this division is restricted to the different ways by which human beings approach God, but the division has remained the outlet by which humans create terror. I therefore think that this drama will reshape human?s thinking towards their neighbor."